With its head office in the Victorian gold-rush city of Ballarat, Gekko is an award-winning company specialising in designing and manufacturing low-energy, low-footprint modular gold processing plants.
Ecuador’s newly appointed Vice Minister of Mines, Fernando L. Benalcazar, had told delegates at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne that his country has put plans in motion to aggressively grow mining from 1.55 per cent of GDP to 4 per cent of GDP by 2021.
What does the glamour of motor racing, renewables and mining have in common? According to Antofagasta’s Chief Executive Officer Ivan Arriagada, quite a bit.
The absence of an effective global mineral data exchange and cumbersome Government bureaucracies for managing tenement rights as two examples of how mining is still stuck in models that have their roots in the nineteenth century according to Grant Lenaarts, CEO of Mineral Assurance – an Australian start-up keen to bringing the power of blockchain to the global mining industry.
The gold price has remained relatively stable at around US $1200 and $1400 an ounce since 2013, so why is the GDX Index, which measures the performance of the largest gold producers, currently down 70 per cent?
Northern Star Resources Executive Chairman Bill Beament has capped of a remarkable period of success for the company by being awarded the Mines and Money Legend in Mining at the International Mines and Resources Conference in Melbourne.
Goldcorp’s Borden project is set to transform the mining industry by replacing all diesel mobile equipment with Electric Vehicles, to deliver environmental, health and safety and economic benefits.
While Australia heads to another election cycle grappling with energy and climate policy, the one solution with serious potential to meet our high baseload power needs with zero emissions is being ignored.
The resources sector is fundamental to Australia’s economic prosperity according to Fortescue Metals Group CEO Elizabeth Gaines during a presentation at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne today.
Gaston Carrion, talent and organisation lead for Accenture’s resources practice in Australia and New Zealand, told IMARC 2018 delegates that as the use of autonomous vehicles and other advanced technologies increases, the profile of the future mining workforce could change by up to 80% by 2024.
30 October 2018 – With $350 billion to spend in the next five years, China’s One Belt One Road – the massive push for a new ‘Silk Road’ – offers huge opportunities for the Australian resources […]
A new investment mandate for the Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund (NAIF) is helping more major projects get off the ground sooner, according to NAIF Executive Director Peter Ross.
With $350 billion to spend in the next five years, China’s One Belt One Road – the massive push for a new ‘Silk Road’ – offers huge opportunities for the Australian resources sector.
Mining needs to embrace its role as an agent of change for good – and tell the story of how it does this better – if it wants to continue to compete for investment dollars and talent in the future, according to International Council of Mining and Metals CEO Tom Butler.
While automation is often seen as a silver bullets that can solve a range of mining’s problems, for Roy Hill’s Christine Eriksen automation is actually a holistic approach with the majority of the time, effort and funds to be invested in changing in the people working with the technology on the frontline.
Within the highly competitive and capital-intensive mining sector, crowdsourced technology-driven solutions to some of the industry's most challenging problems are being unearthed.
The global mining sector’s comeback signalled great expectations—improved employment, wages and economic wealth. However, the windfall will be short lived according to Peter Bryant, managing partner of Chicago-based strategic growth firm Clareo.
“In the last 20 years, we have seen remarkable growth in the resources sector. We have double the number of people working in mining today than we did before the mining boom. The mining sector regularly contributes over $20 billion in corporate taxation, second to only financial services and it is our biggest export industry accounting for 57 per cent of our exports as a nation.
Automation has the power to blur the lines between Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) and responsibilities from one area of the business to another.
Scania Australia revealed the new XT mining and construction range next-generation trucks at Melbourne’s International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) today, giving the industry the first opportunity to examine the extra-tough truck in the metal.
To be considered an ethical, investors must weigh up the development impact, sustainability and profitability in equal portion according to Namrata Thapar.
Miners must prepare their workforce today, to meet the demands of tomorrow’s digital age, or risk future growth and innovation.
While average realised prices have been strong for the most recent fiscal year, BHP’s Chief Commercial Officer, Arnoud Balhuizen has warned to not get too caught up with the numbers alone.
Software solutions are inspiring strategic partnerships between the mining industry and education providers as they collaborate to support skills growth across Victoria’s METS sector.
The Australia-Africa Chamber of Commerce (AACC) and the Australian Chamber of Commerce Mauritius (AustCham) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Monday 29th October 2018.