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Cooling fans can consume up to 10 pct of an engine's fuel

Fans driven using viscous technology.

What to expect from the next generation of autonomous trucks

Equipment will be making decisions on its own.

Glencore sells Australia coal rail unit for $874 million

With the deal, the Swiss group is only a step away from meeting chief executive Ivan Glasenberg’s target of $5bn in assets sales this year.

Investors to explore junior mining opportunities

Local and international investors are being invited to explore the new and emerging opportunities in the junior resources sector at next month’s Mines and Money Australia, a part of the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne November 7-10, 2016

New steam turbine repair facility in Piedmont expands Sulzer’s network capability

Sulzer’s extensive repair facilities have been further enhanced with the ability to refurbish small steam turbines in Piedmont, South Carolina.

Ontario to Host Mining Innovation Summit

Experts to Discuss Innovation, Productivity and Low-Carbon Economy

Dentons supports Mining & Investment Latin America Summit for third year in a row

For a third consecutive year, Dentons is proud to support the Mining & Investment Latin America Summit (MILA), the largest mining and investment event in Latin America, which was incepted in 2014. This year’s summit will host an audience of more than 650 attendees, including miners, investors and financiers.

IHC Robbins strengthens position in Australia

IHC Robbins is long established in Brisbane and provides clients in the heavy minerals mining and processing sector with metallurgical testwork, practical engineering and specialized equipment. The company is now further strengthening its position on the West Coast through its appointment of Mr Greg Jones.

Mergers and Acquisitions: An integral component contributing to the growth of the mining equipment market

Advancement in technology and increase in mining activities contribute to the growth of the mining industry.

CAT says room and pillar is like landlines — its days are numbered

The world's largest heavy machinery maker explains why it decided to put such division up for sale: "We wouldn’t have done that if we thought it could undermine our position in the market."

Brazilians disrupt BHP Billiton General Meeting in London, a year after deadly Samarco dam disaster

Outside the meeting, a street theatre re-enactment of the destruction of the Doce River in Minas Gerais, Brazil, was accompanied by testimonials from frontline visitors affected by the company’s operations in Brazil, Colombia and Indonesia.

Tires are a top five cost for a miner

KalTire Canada's VP of Operations talks about company's innovations when it comes to monitoring, changing and recycling tires.

Over 200 attend 2016 Heap Leach Solutions Conference in Lima, Peru

Join us for the last day of the conference is currently running through Thursday, October 20.

What a drone sees flying through a stope

"We think the possibilities here are tremendous."

It happened in Vegas!

MINExpo 2016 Mashup

AVEVA launches AVEVA Connect, no compromise delivery of the Digital Asset in the cloud

AVEVA intends to partner with Capgemini to deliver Software as a Service ecosystem on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Joy Global shareholders approve $3.7 billion acquisition by Komatsu

The deal still remains subject to closing conditions and regulatory clearances.

New Wireless Sensor Network sets the benchmark for IoT in Mining

The WSN sets a very real benchmark for IoT in mining by utilizing the latest in wireless meshing technology to optimize communication and safety systems in hazardous mine environments.

Making mining cleaner and safer with battery driven equipment from Atlas Copco

The new Atlas Copco Scooptram ST7 Battery load-haul-dump rig allows mines to go deeper without increasing ventilation costs. Launched first in North America, the battery-powered Scooptram ST7 Battery has proven the safety, comfort and versatility of zero emissions in a powerful machine.

ISS gives Potash Corp-Agrium merger its blessing

The deal, the biggest Canadian merger since CNOOC Ltd. bought Nexen Energy ULC in 2013, would create the world’s largest crop-nutrient supplier, worth about $36 billion.

Thiess invests in Maptek I-Site laser scanner for Oyu Tolgoi project in Mongolia

Maptek and IT Experts LLC have delivered an I-Site 8200 3D laser scanning system to Thiess for the Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold project in Mongolia's South Gobi Desert.

Opinion Piece: Demystifying urban legends of beating the breathalyser

When it comes to breathalysers, there are many misconceptions that exist (and persist) about what these tests can and can’t do that have led to the belief that it is possible to beat the breathalyser.

Magna Tyres Group opens new Middle East & Africa office, based in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE

Magna Tyres Group is delighted to announce the opening of the Middle East & Africa office, based in Ras Al Khaimah, in the United Arab Emirates. Following the recent (September 2016) appointment of Mr. Nambiar as General Manager of this new office, it is the next step in the worldwide expansion of the company.

AVEVA and AEGEX partner to deliver Digital Asset solutions in Hazardous Environments

First globally certified, intrinsically safe, mobile laser visualisation and information management solutions for UL Class I, II, III Division 1 and ATEX/IECEx Zone 1 hazardous environments on the Windows 10 tablet

Thermal coal just hit $100 per tonne and may stay this high until 2017

The last time prices for the commodity were this high was in 2012.