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Jan 14, 2022
New Hope CEO resigns

New Hope CEO resigns

New Hope Corporation is replacing its chief executive officer following the resignation of Reinhold Schmidt.  The Board had accepted Mr Schmidt’s resignation which was effective immediately said Chairman Rob Milliner.  “Mr Schmidt led the Company during a challenging period for both the business and the industry, and delivered organisational changes that positioned the business to… Thi...

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Jan 14, 2022
Thalanga production affected by COVID

Thalanga production affected by COVID

Red River Resources’ base metals operations in North Queensland have been impacted by COVID. Reduced mining production labour levels at Thalanga negatively impacted production during the second quarter, the company reported to the ASX.  Production in December last year improved on October and November levels. Quarterly zinc concentrate production was 4,697 DMT, lead concentrate producti...

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Jan 14, 2022
Positive assay results from mine waste in Torres Strait

Positive assay results from mine waste in Torres Strait

Recent drilling at Alice River on Horn Island in Torres Strait has delivered good gold results for junior miner Alice Queen. An RC drilling program was carried out testing the profile of legacy stockpiles with an estimated volume of around four million cubic metres. The drill program was designed to test the profile of the… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members only.Log In Regi...

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Jan 14, 2022
Advisers appointed as CQ pipeline plans advance

Advisers appointed as CQ pipeline plans advance

Gladstone Area Water Board (GAWB) has appointed Tell Advisory and SMEC into advisory roles to advance pre-construction activities for the Fitzroy to Gladstone Pipeline project. GAWB said the Queensland Government was due to make the call on whether to proceed to construction of the pipeline during 2022. The construction EOI for the project was released… This content is for iQ Industry Queen...

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Jan 14, 2022
Quick fire – mining and exploration news

Quick fire – mining and exploration news

Moho Resources has received a financial top-up in recognition of innovation in its exploration work at Empress Springs in North Queensland as well as its WA projects. The company has received $621,000 as a refundable tax offset for eligible research and development (R&D) expenditure last financial year. It has actively progressed R&D programs in conjunction… This content is for iQ I...

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Jan 13, 2022
Queensland hydrogen bound for Palau

Queensland hydrogen bound for Palau

Renewable hydrogen from CS Energy’s Kogan Creek plant is set to be exported to the Pacific Ocean country Palau as part of a demonstration project. Sojitz Corporation is joining forces with Nippon Engineering Consultants and CS Energy for the project, which will see the renewable hydrogen from Queensland used in fuel cells and hydrogen fuel… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members...

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Jan 13, 2022
Confidence high in face of life with COVID

Confidence high in face of life with COVID

Townsville is maintaining high business confidence levels going into 2022, the latest PVW Partners quarterly Business Confidence Survey shows. However it also showed a lack of faith that Queensland would remain ‘open for business’ as COVID cases climb, highlighting the need for clearly articulated future planning from all government and public sector bodies, PVW managing… This c...

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Jan 13, 2022
Powerlink hooks Columboola to the grid

Powerlink hooks Columboola to the grid

Powerlink has completed its connection of the Columboola Solar Farm, 10km north-east of Miles, to the transmission network in the Western Downs.  Works included building 2km of transmission line and completing works at the Columboola substation as part of the Luminous Energy-owned project.   The 162MW Columboola Solar Farm will use 407,171 bifacial solar panels… This content is fo...

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Jan 13, 2022
Supplier briefing on CQ pipeline build

Supplier briefing on CQ pipeline build

A Fitzroy to Gladstone Pipeline local supplier briefing is being organised for next Wednesday (19th January). The briefing covers opportunities for local suppliers on stages including a 116km pipeline, water treatment plant, reservoirs and pumping stations. Construction works, among others, include an intake at the Fitzroy River, water treatment plant at Alton Downs and a break… This c...

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