Suppliers & Equipment

Scientists find new way to extract uranium from seawater

A practical method for extracting the uranium present in the oceans could help make nuclear power a viable part of the quest for a carbon-free energy future, researchers say.

Ultrasonic testing – An essential NDT technique for the mining industry

UT is an indispensable NDT technique for ensuring that all systems and machinery, including hidden and inaccessible internal areas are operating safely and efficiently.

Komatsu wheel loader, motor grader and forklift lines win 2017 EquipmentWatch Highest Retained-Value Award

Product lines recognized for best-in-class value retention

US Lithium to mine for copper, nickel, cobalt in Canada’s Saskatchewan

The Gochagar Lake project, until now property of Diamond Hunter, consists of four claims covering 3,759 hectares located in northern Saskatchewan.

Diamond producers go after Millennials with Oscars-time spot

The target group was the the top diamond consumer in 2015, a year in which most commodities plummeted, hitting the mining industry very hard.

Austmine Smart Mining Networking Events – March 2017

The Austmine Smart Mining Networking Series provides attendees with insights into new mining projects, technology, innovation, operational developments, the most prospective international markets, supplier relationships and more.

These five companies are ready to “disrupt” the mining industry

Integra Gold Corp. and Goldcorp Inc. are pleased to announce the five finalists and 11 semi-finalists for #DisruptMining.

Aurecon launches online continuous sustainability reporting

Moving to a digital reporting format which makes it easier for stakeholders to access information, global engineering and infrastructure advisory firm Aurecon has integrated sustainability reporting into its website and will report entirely online and on a continuous basis.

Stellar Diamonds to operate Tonguma mine in Sierra Leone

The company originally intended to combine its Tongo project with Tonguma, but it has now decided to become the mine's operator.

TDS Projects Construction Sets a New Benchmark for On-Site Safety

TDS Projects Construction has reached another major milestone in its health and safety record, building on previous benchmarks to have now reached a total 16 808 injury free shifts (and counting).

Integrated harness system set to revolutionise rescue at height

Any safety-related incidents when working at height often necessitate self-rescue as the front-line or most rapid-response tactic. In this regard, MSA Africa is introducing its Latchways Personal Rescue Device (PRD), an integrated harness system.

Laurentian’s Bharti School of Engineering Wins Global Mine Rescue Competition

Students win in two mine rescue categories and overall title

Major Heavy Equipment Event Will Recognize Young Professionals & Offer Exciting Features

As part of the show’s 2017 edition, Rock To Road will once again recognize some of the country’s best young workers.

Over $70 billion to invest in mining and energy

Mines and Money Asia is the gateway to Asian capital for miners seeking investment.

QuestUAV – Drone Girls versus Drone Boys

Enter the Drone Girls. A new breed and welcome force in the rapidly changing fashions of the Drone industry.

BHP has lost 41,000 tonnes of copper due to strike at Escondida

The company is reviewing its copper output guidance for 2017 as industrial action at its largest copper mine enters its third week Thursday.

Caterpillar touts automation solutions as top miners swing back to profit

The world's No.1 heavy machinery maker is telling miners not to rest on their laurels now that the industry is finally coming back up from a brutal downturn and keep focused on maximizing returns and efficiency.

Diamond Services expanding screening services for synthetic rough diamonds

With evidence mounting about a surge in the volume of uncut synthetic diamonds entering the marketplace, Diamond Services has announced that it is expanding its synthetic screening service for rough diamonds at its facilities in Hong Kong and New York.

Misinformed in the Age of Information: What is the ‘fake news’ impact on stock market prices?

While the phrase is on many people’s lips, the impact of fake news on the financial markets and high-frequency trading is not yet clearly defined.

Protect stock value with the right studies upfront

The recent share price collapse of a much-vaunted copper-gold project in south-west Alaska is an indication of what can happen when explorers and planners do not cover all the bases in the early stages of the project cycle, according to Marcin Wertz, partner and head of the mining unit at SRK Consulting.