OZ creates value, relationships in South Australia

Mining News Pro - OZ Minerals has trialled hydrogen direct injection for improved drill rig efficiency at its Prominent Hill copper-gold mine in South Australia, among other enhancements to its operations.

Korea looks to Australia for reliable battery materials

Mining News Pro - Australian critical minerals miners have caught the attention of Korean battery manufacturers as the east Asian powerhouse looks to diversify its supply chain.

EU emissions tax threatens Australian exports

Mining News Pro - The European Union’s (EU) Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) has sparked debate among those concerned with Australia’s exports and carbon emission regulation.

Australian METS paves the way to India

Mining News Pro - RTI has partnered with the Australian Trade and Investment Commission to overcome international boundaries and export its bulk scanning solution to India, highlighting what Australian METS companies can today achieve.

Western Australia plans world’s biggest renewable energy hub

Mining News Pro - An international consortium plans to build what would be the world’s biggest renewable energy hub along the south coast of Western Australia.

Australian critical minerals sector to explore blockchain tech

Mining News Pro - The federal government has funded a blockchain pilot project to increase competition in Australia’s critical minerals sector.

Robust China coal demand amid Australia import ban fuels price rally

Mining News Pro - Seaborne coal has become a quiet winner among energy commodities, lacking the attention of higher-profile crude oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG), but enjoying strong gains amid rising demand.

Australia must weigh climate change in mine approvals — court

Mining News Pro - Australia’s government has been ordered to consider risks carbon dioxide emissions pose to young people when approving new coal mines or expansions to existing ones, the federal court said on Thursday.

Australia must weigh climate change in mine approvals — court

Mining News Pro - Australia’s government has been ordered to consider risks carbon dioxide emissions pose to young people when approving new coal mines or expansions to existing ones, the federal court said on Thursday.

Australian coal miners recapitalise, eye BHP assets and other M&A

Mining News Pro - Buoyed by a rebound in the price of coal, Australian miners of the resource are dusting off expansion plans and raising capital for new projects and acquisitions.

UK lithium helped by Australian technology

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Source Certain International (SCI) has partnered with Cornish Lithium to develop technology that traces the origin of UK-mined lithium in lithium-ion batteries.

High-grade kaolin a priority for Australia

Mining News Pro - The Australian Government has given major project status to FYI Resources’ High-Purity Alumina project, which includes the Cadoux kaolin project in Western Australia.

Australian Government funds carbon reduction research for Fortescue, Roy Hill, South32

Mining News Pro - The Australian Government has awarded $39 million to the Heavy Industry Low-carbon transition Cooperative Research Centre (HILT CRC) to assist major mining companies in reducing emissions.

Australian Pacific Coal granted appeal in Dartbrook decision

Mining News Pro - Australian Pacific Coal (AQC) has been granted leave to appeal the Land and Environment Court’s decision to join the Hunter Thoroughbred Breeders Association (HTBA) in barring an extension to the Dartbrook coal mine in New South Wales.

Australian mining employment on the rise

Mining News Pro - Employment in Australia’s mining industry has hit a nine-year high, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) latest quarterly data on labour forces.

Bulking up battery sector may add billions to Australian economy

Mining News Pro - Australia could add billions to its economy by accelerating work to extend the battery supply chain beyond mining, according to an industry group backed by major firms like Tesla Inc. and BHP Group.

Australia opens door to international mining workers

Mining News Pro - The federal government has added mining occupations to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) to address the local skills shortage in the resources sector.

Iron ore price up as Western Australia calls for reset on China ties

Mining News Pro - Australia’s biggest exporting state on Tuesday urged Canberra to stop antagonizing China, the country’s top trade partner.

Funds flood into Australian battery mineral explorers

Mining News Pro - Australian minerals explorers have raised the most cash in nearly a decade as investors rush into gold as well as lithium and copper explorers expected to boom in the global energy transition, a report by advisor BDO showed on Tuesday.

Australia in box seat for rare earths

Mining News Pro - Australia has well positioned to benefit from the rise of critical minerals, according to the federal government’s Outlook for Selected Critical Minerals Australia 2021 report.

Australia’s Wyloo bid for Noront shows battery metal scramble

Mining News Pro - A fight over Canadian nickel-copper miner Noront Resources shows the scramble for battery metals is accelerating, with global miners racing to secure supply ahead of an expected surge in demand from electric vehicles.

Rio Tinto appoints Aboriginal Australian former minister to board

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto Ltd has made its first Aboriginal board appointment, hiring former Western Australian state treasurer Ben Wyatt as it strives to rebuild its reputation following last year’s destruction of the Juukan Gorge rockshelters.

Anglo American flags restarts of Australian metallurgical coal mines

Mining News Pro - Anglo American said on Thursday that it has restarted underground mining at its Moranbah North coal mine in northern Queensland state after it withdrew its workforce from the mine following a reading of elevated gases on Feb. 20.

Tesla eyes over $1 billion worth of Australian critical minerals a year

Mining News Pro - Electric cars giant Tesla said it expects to soon begin buying more than $1 billion a year of Australian lithium, nickel and other critical minerals for its batteries and engines.

Australian coal exports survive, adapt, overcome

Mining News Pro - Australian coal exports have continued to steadily rise in value since overcoming China’s ban on the commodity last year, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has revealed.

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