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LADD Distribution Unveils New Look and Logo

New look illustrates close alignment with TE Connectivity

Ellerby Energy & Resources (EENRES) Partners with Beth Allen, Ladies European Tour Number One, to Launch a New Energy and Resources Company in Dubai, the City of Gold

Ellerby Energy & Resources, LLC. (EENRES) is pleased to announce its sponsorship with Beth Allen, currently the No. 1-ranked golfer on the Ladies European Tour, for the upcoming OMEGA Dubai Ladies Masters.

Kumba receives the 2016 ET Carbon Disclosure Leader award

Kumba Iron Ore, a business unit of Anglo American has been named as one of the Carbon Disclosure Leaders for 2016 by Engaged Tracking (ET) Index Research and the only company from the BRICS region on the list in its annual ET Carbon Rankings, released on 5 December.

RST launches ‘rapid’ instant dust suppressant for unsealed trafficked areas

Leading Australian dust management company Reynolds Soil Technologies (RST) has developed and launched a new product called RAPID, an instantly effective dust suppressant for unsealed trafficked areas on mining sites that greatly improves dust control efficiencies.

A TEC Rocket Mill® RM 2.50 double starts operation in Austria

After seven month of engineering, construction works and installation on-site A TEC’s Rocket Mill® was commissioned on 07.11.2016 in Wiener Neustadt.

Glencore becomes sole owner of Newlands, Collinsville coal mines in Australia

After buying ought out its two Japanese partners, Itochu Corp and Sumitomo Corp.

The power of innovative engineering: The biggest LOESCHE mill type LM 70.4+4 CS in successful operation with the new COPE drive

The United Cement Company of Nigeria (Ltd), UNICEM, commissioned their new cement plant 2 at Mfamosing, in Cross River State, Nigeria successfully in September 2016.

Geological Society of Africa runs new 3D geological modelling course using Micromine

Within the past decade, there has been huge growth in the capability of almost all commercial 3D geological modelling software. Due to the growth of geomodelling, the Geological Society of South Africa ran a 3D Geological Modelling course this year as part of their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme. Students are introduced to geomodelling software, Micromine during the course.

EPA’s proposed financial responsibility rule for miners a ‘job killer’ — industry

Norm aims at ensuring that hard-rock mining companies can pay the costs of cleaning up their mines, says EPA.

Cameroon involved in Central African 'conflict diamonds' trade — report

Cameroon is allowing conflict diamonds from the Central African Republic to cross over its borders and into the legal supply chain due to poor controls, smuggling and corruption, a new report shows.

UDMN member reaches commercial success – Maestro Mine Ventilation helps keep miner’s safe using digital IoT sensors

The Ultra Deep Mining Network (UDMN) held its second annual Symposium for its 76 network members from across Canada and announced the first of many UDMN commercial successes by one of its members, Maestro Mine Ventilation.

MICROMINE Russia Regional Manager Awarded Golden Sign at the 6th All-Russian Miners’ Congress

MICROMINE Regional Manager, Boris Kurtsev, was awarded the Golden Sign “Miner of Russia” by Supreme Mining Council Chairman, Yuriy Shafranik, for his outstanding personal contribution to the development of the mining sector in Russia.

Rodent bait from oil sands poisoning animals commonly trapped in Alberta

Companies respond by banning rodent poison.

Atlas Copco FleetLink intelligent telematics system optimizes fleet management and monitoring

The FleetLink intelligent telematics system is available on Atlas Copco’s road construction equipment. The system provides road construction contractors with a convenient and efficient tool to monitor and manage their machine fleet.

Chevron Rolls out new, bigger and better Delo 400 product line and its next generation engine oil chemistry – ISOSYN Advanced Technology

Chevron Products Company today announced the availability of its larger and higher performing line of Delo 400 API CK-4 and FA-4 heavy duty engine oils (HDEO). This new product line is engineered using an advanced formulation of Chevron’s proprietary ISOSYN engine oil formulation, ISOSYN Advanced Technology.

Gemfields postpones emerald auction over India's ‘demonetization’

The auction of emeralds from the miner's Kagem operation in Zambia will now be in February.

Canada’s Largest Heavy Equipment Show Launches New Website; Booth Space Now 70% Sold

The National Heavy Equipment Show, Canada’s largest heavy equipment show, returns for its 20th anniversary edition this April.

Timken expands product lines, updates catalogs for housed units, seals and tapered roller bearings

Introduces new smart phone app for mobile access

Norilsk Nickel launches legal action against BCL over non-payment for African asset sale

A legal claims against BCL in the Botswanan courts and in the London Court of International Arbitration to recover the USD 271.3 million

Darda Multi Cutter attachment enhances Brokk Machines’ versatility in steel cutting

The one-of-a-kind steel cutting attachment offers a high power-to-weight ratio and sleek, compact design. The new attachment addresses a need for a lightweight, economical steel cutting tool.

Scandinavian Biopower to invest in a biocoal plant in Mikkeli Finland – construction works to start late 2017

Scandinavian Biopower Oy, a 100% subsidiary of Dutch private equity investment company Momentum Capital, has made an investment decision to commission a biocoal plant in Mikkeli, Finland.

Cluster Nozzles – the ideal replacement for under-performing dust suppression nozzles

Matching the size of dust particles with the size of water droplets is critical in every dust suppression installation. The challenge in some environments is to produce a mass of very fine water droplets using hydraulic pressure only. The CAY Cluster Nozzles offer an effective solution in these situations.

Canada's Diavik mine axes 51 jobs

Company says it was forced to lay off employees from across the business given "current market conditions."

Mining accidents in China to spike as country digs more coal

In the last week alone, seven miners have been killed and 22 others remain trapped, following two accidents in local coal operations.

HampsonRussell 10.2 from CGG GeoSoftware Increases Accuracy and Enhances Productivity

Reservoir characterization software combines expertise with ease-of-use