Bowen Rail on track for Bravus coal delivery

Mining News Pro - Bowen Rail Company has taken a step closer to transporting its first coal for Bravus Mining and Resources’ Carmichael coal mine in north Queensland with the arrival of its state-of-the-art locomotives.

Hillery Group wins big break for Bowen Rail, Bravus

Mining News Pro - Bowen Rail Company has handed a rail yard contract to Hillery Group which will facilitate the transport of coal from Bravus Mining and Resources’ Carmichael mine in Queensland.

China’s scrap rebalancing act could derail recovery

Mining News Pro - Surging Chinese scrap copper imports that have doubled in the first half of 2021 are displacing to some extent refined cathode, concentrate, anode and blister imports, with analysis by Roskill predicting the situation to worsen and potentially cripple the copper price recovery.

TasRail shiploader contract critical for resource industry

Mining News Pro - TasRail is finalising negotiations with Tasmanian company COVA Haywards to design and construct its new bulk minerals shiploader at the Burnie Port to boost productivity in the state’s mining industry.

Kumba continues to perform well, despite rail constraints

Mining News Pro - Iron-ore miner Kumba Iron Ore’s operations continued to perform well for the six months ended June 30, and production increased by 12% year-on-year, while sales increased by 3% year-on-year, reflecting the impact of rail constraints and periods of severe weather at the Saldanha Bay port.

Cameroon to build railway to Mbalam-​Nabeba project with China-linked firms

Mining News Pro - Cameroon signed a deal on Friday with two China-linked companies to construct a railway from the coast to a large cross-border iron deposit, the state broadcaster said, even as it faces legal action over the project from Australia’s Sundance Resources.

Workers again block rail line supplying Colombia coal miner Cerrejon

Mining News Pro - Former workers have again blocked Colombian coal miner Cerrejon’s rail line, the company said on Thursday, the latest protest to recently affect the beleaguered miner’s operations.

ESCO produced more than 20 thousand tons of rail in the last 3 months

Mining News Pro - Esfahan Steel Company is the only producer of rail in Iran that succeeded to produce 20 thousand tons of rail in the last three months.

NSW coal rail network resumes following flooding

Mining News Pro - The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) has restarted its coal services on the Hunter Valley Network in New South Wales after the state bore the brunt of severe flooding.

John Holland positions final piece of Fortescue railway

Mining News Pro - John Holland has laid the final piece of a 143-kilometre heavy haul rail track for Fortescue Metals Group’s Eliwana mine and rail project in Western Australia.

A dream that came true: ESCO’s national rail

Mining News Pro - CEO of IDRO said in the International Exhibition of Rail Transport that producing domestic rail was a dream that came true.

Fleetwood to upgrade Rio Tinto rail camp

Mining News Pro - Fleetwood has won a $30 million camp expansion and upgrade contract from Rio Tinto for the Ti Tree Rail Camp in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

Carmichael mine on track as Bravus begins railway

Mining News Pro - Bravus Mining and Resources, formerly Adani’s Australian mining business, has started placing 200 kilometres of railway track in Central Queensland, connecting the Carmichael coal mine to Abbot Point Terminal.

Strife with indigenous groups could derail Ecuador’s drive to be a mining power

Mining News Pro - Conflicts with indigenous communities have stalled operations at Ecuador’s San Carlos Panantza copper mining project, which the government of President Lenin Moreno had long pointed to as an example of mining sector expansion that would generate $40 billion in export revenue over the next decade.

Rail is a profitable production for ESCO

Mining News Pro - The marketing deputy of Esfahan Steel Company said that this company increased the production and sales of different types of rails and this has led to a sales jump.

Bombardier locomotives pass 10m kilometre mark on South African rail lines

Mining News Pro - Mobility technology company Bombardier Transportation reports that, as of November 26, its locomotive fleet provided to State-owned logistics company Transnet has successfully completed ten-million kilometres in service since operations began in December 2017.

Guinea approves railroad and port plan for Simandou

Mining News Pro - Guinea’s government has approved a multi-national group’s plan to build a railroad and deep-water port to export output from the massive Simandou iron ore deposit to key markets including China, the world’s top consumer of the commodity.

Ten-day iron-ore rail corridor maintenance to start on October 16

Mining News Pro - Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) has advised that it will conduct a ten-day shutdown on the iron-ore rail corridor from October 16.

Aurizon recommends policy changes to rail freight services

Mining News Pro - Aurizon has pushed Australia’s federal and state governments to consider policy changes to increase the environmental and economical benefits of rail freight over road freight.

Train carrying potash derails near Hope

Mining News Pro - A train carrying potash derailed near Hope, British Columbia, Monday morning.

Bowen Rail Company found to have Adani directors

Mining News Pro - Bowen Rail Company (BRC) has launched a haulage business to service the Abbot Point export terminal on the Queensland coast, close to the Galilee Basin coal reserves.

Jetti Resources’ quest for copper mining’s holy grail

Mining News Pro - The mining industry knows all about the big copper conundrum.

Two decades after Los Frailes tailings accident, Guadiamar River shows signs of recovery

Mining News Pro - Researchers from the University of Seville just published a study where they state that there has been a fall in the total concentrations of metals in the Guadiamar River, two decades after the collapse of the tailings dam at the Los Frailes mine.

Lucara’s trailblazing MD aims for further progress

Mining News Pro - With her promotion to MD of diamond mining company Lucara Botswana in 2018, Naseem Lahri became the first woman, and the first Motswana woman, to serve in this capacity for a diamond mining company in Botswana.

ESCO’s Target Is the Full Expansion of Railroad Transportation in Iran

Mining News Pro - Esfahan Steel Company held a meeting on June 9, discussing the obstacles which are currently an issue for railroad transportation in Iran.

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