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May 20, 2017
Resource Industry Network 2017 Chairman’s Awards

Resource Industry Network 2017 Chairman’s Awards

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May 18, 2017
New Acland good sorts when it comes to washplant innovation

New Acland good sorts when it comes to washplant innovation

New Acland Mine is trialling sorting technology more commonly used to process minerals in a coal application, improving the quality of feed into the washplant. X-ray and high-pressure air jets are used to eject reject material from raw coal before it enters the operation’s washplant. New Acland washplant manager Robert Rashleigh said the site could… This content is for iQ Industry Que...

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May 15, 2017
Caledon Coal goes into administration

Caledon Coal goes into administration

Administrators have been called in at Caledon Coal after a large water inflow in a new longwall production panel halted production at its Cook Colliery near Blackwater. The Cook Colliery – Caledon’s single operating asset and sole source of income – has not operated since March 7 and stood down about 70 employees from March 18. The group… This content is for iQ Industry Queensla...

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Mar 19, 2017
Underground flooding brings longwall to a halt

Underground flooding brings longwall to a halt

Workers are being stood down and site contractors demobilised after a water inflow at Caledon Coal’s Cook Colliery in central Queensland. The company said the water had fully inundated the longwall face and equipment. “A dewatering and assessment process will be required over the coming months after which time the company can ascertain the full impact… This content is for iQ Ind...

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Mar 15, 2017
Clive Gray

Clive Gray

Instinct for innovationA knockback from a boss not keen to implement new ideas helped spark diesel fitter Clive Gray’s leap into running his own business more than a decade ago. Mr Gray is now general manager-director of Brisbane-based Australian Diversified Engineering, which designs and fabricates add-on products for mining and construction fleet.He agrees that a… This content is for iQ I...

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Mar 02, 2017
BTP Equipment secures $70m extension with Peabody coal sites

BTP Equipment secures $70m extension with Peabody coal sites

Ausdrill subsidiary BTP Equipment has won a 24-month extension valued at $70 million to its contract with Peabody Energy Australia. Under the extension, BTP will continue to rent mining and ancillary equipment to Peabody’s coal mines in the Hunter Valley and Bowen Basin. BTP initially secured the contract in April 2015. “The contract extension reflects… This content is for iQ Industry Queen...

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Feb 25, 2017
TSBE February Enterprise Evening, Parliament House

TSBE February Enterprise Evening, Parliament House

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Feb 25, 2017
Harriet Schuyler

Harriet Schuyler

Engineer shares her passion for miningPassion is a word that crops up regularly when Harriet Schuyler starts talking about mining and mentoring. The 25-year-old engineer’s commitment to her profession and engaging with others have seen her named as a finalist in the ‘Exceptional Young Woman in Mining’ category of this year’s Resources Awards for Women.  … This content is for iQ Industry Que...

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Feb 09, 2017
Bill Hutton

Bill Hutton

FortisEM forges new engineering modelGood engineering companies don’t so much push limits as set standards. Bill Hutton is an engineer passionate about the profession and its ability to improve built and natural environments. He has nurtured Townsville-based FortisEM Consultant Engineers and Managers into a management, structural and civil engineering hub.  Mr Hutton’s business model is…...

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