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Aug 04, 2021
Victaulic introduces Series 725T 4-way diverter valve for backfill mining operations

Victaulic introduces Series 725T 4-way diverter valve for backfill mining operations

Partner provided copy … New innovative design offers increased safety and productivity, less downtime and reduced maintenance compared to traditional methods of managing backfill, flush water diversion, and dumping Victaulic, the world’s leading manufacturer of mechanical pipe-joining and flow control solutions, is now offering a four-way diverter valve specifically designed to optimiz...

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Aug 04, 2021
Step forward for $1b Winchester South mine

Step forward for $1b Winchester South mine

Whitehaven Coal’s $1 billion Winchester South coal mine is a step closer, with the release of a draft environmental impact statement. The metallurgical coal project, 30km south-east of Moranbah, is expected to create 500 construction jobs and 500 operational jobs once approved. Resources Minister Scott Stewart said the mine would generate more than $500 million… This content is for iQ...

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Aug 03, 2021
Greening of Diggers & Dealers is underway

Greening of Diggers & Dealers is underway

by Ross Louthean, from Diggers & Dealers 2021 Fashionable metals remain in favour but this year’s Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum in Kalgoorlie went greener than it has ever been in its 30 years of operation. Keynote speaker Professor Ian Goldin of Oxford University, in his virtual presentation and press conference, emphasised the need for… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland ...

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Aug 03, 2021
Coal sector’s master of opportunity

Coal sector’s master of opportunity

Contractor Mastermyne expects the restarted Cook Colliery near Blackwater to support a workforce of 180, with the bulk of the underground jobs up for grabs towards the end of the year. Recruitment is also ramping up for Sojitz Blue’s Crinum underground operation, including a program to provide opportunities for ‘clean skins’. And another major opportunity… This content is ...

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Aug 02, 2021
From coal to cattle, MCA showcases mine rehab

From coal to cattle, MCA showcases mine rehab

Anglo American’s Dawson Mine in Central Queensland is in the spotlight as part of a Minerals Council of Australia campaign to highlight the industry’s land rehabilitation efforts. The new phase of the More to Mining campaign features an advertisement showing a 165ha site recently rehabilitated site at the coal mine and currently used by local… This content is for iQ Industry Queenslan...

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Jul 30, 2021
Coal a low point amid bumper results for Anglo

Coal a low point amid bumper results for Anglo

Mining giant Anglo American has reported record half year financial performance, generating underlying EBITDA of almost $16.5 billion ($US12.1 billion). At the same time it announced plans to return an additional $2.7 billion ($US2 billion) to its shareholders through a share buyback program and a special dividend. But while the global miner saw commodities including… This content is for iQ...

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Jul 30, 2021
Bowen Coking Coal eyes Bluff mine

Bowen Coking Coal eyes Bluff mine

Bowen Coking Coal has been awarded preferred bidder status in the sale process for the mothballed Bluff open-pit coal mine. The sale of the former Carabella Resources site is being conducted by FTI Consulting as receivers and managers and controllers on behalf of mining contractor MACA. Bowen Coking Coal announced today that it had paid… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members on...

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Jul 30, 2021
New AMMA mental health initiative

New AMMA mental health initiative

Resources and energy employers have been equipped with a new tool to help tackle the industry’s distinct workforce mental health challenges, including varying rosters, remote isolation and fly-in, fly-out working arrangements.The Resources and Energy Industry Workforce Mental Health Framework is the latest initiative from Australian Resources and Energy Group AMMA assisting employers in building a...

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Jul 29, 2021
Anti-coal activist to pay Adani legal costs

Anti-coal activist to pay Adani legal costs

A judge has ordered anti-coal activist Ben Pennings to pay 60 per cent of Adani Australia’s legal costs stemming from his court battle to access confidential information. The court-room wrangle over that information stems from Adani and the Carmichael Rail Network’s legal action against Mr Pennings, accusing him of trespassing, breach of contract, intimidation and… This content ...

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