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Jul 29, 2021
Safety conference allows for COVID restrictions

Safety conference allows for COVID restrictions

This year’s 32nd annual Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference (QMIHSC) is going to be presented as a virtual event. That’s on top of the actual conference being held on the Gold Coast.   The allowance has been made for those who are faced with border restrictions or have other work commitments. The conference is… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members...

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Jul 29, 2021
Mastermyne engaged for Cook Colliery restart

Mastermyne engaged for Cook Colliery restart

QCoal Group subsidiary Constellation Mining has engaged Mastermyne Group to resurrect operations at the mothballed Cook Colliery, near Blackwater. Former Cook Colliery operator Bounty Mining went into voluntary administration late in 2019 after a string of setbacks, including rockfalls in the mine. The project will be restarted over two distinct phases, with the first phase… This content is...

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Jul 28, 2021
Stanwell seeks Meandu mine extension

Stanwell seeks Meandu mine extension

Electricity generator Stanwell aims to extend its Meandu mine by about 186ha to continue to supply the Tarong power stations through to the forecast technical end of their lives. The thermal coal mine is located 45km south-east of Kingaroy, in Queensland’s South Burnett region. The proposed 7 per cent extension of the mining area within… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members on...

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Jul 28, 2021
Contracts awarded for Millennium restart

Contracts awarded for Millennium restart

M Mining has executed contracts with Australian Mining Rehabilitation and MCC Group as it prepares to start operations at the Millennium and Mavis Downs coal mine. Australian Mining Rehabilitation has secured a $30 million contract covering drill and blasting, overburden mining and coal mining activities from August. M Mining said AMR would work with auger… This content is for iQ Industry Q...

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Jul 28, 2021
Bright outlook for Bowen Coking Coal projects

Bright outlook for Bowen Coking Coal projects

Bowen Coking Coal’s ambitions to become a low-cost, high-quality coking coal producer within the next few years have received a boost from scoping studies for two of its Bowen Basin assets. Scoping studies for the Broadmeadow East and Isaac River open‐cut coking coal projects indicated a peak annual production of 1.7 million tonnes per annum… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland membe...

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Jul 27, 2021
Green light for Isaac Downs coal mine

Green light for Isaac Downs coal mine

The State Government has granted the mining leases for the $82 million Isaac Downs coal project, clearing the last significant approval required for construction and operations to begin. The new open-cut operations will act as an extension for the Isaac Plains Complex, near Moranbah, supporting the ongoing employment of 200 to 300 people in operations… This content is for iQ Industry Queens...

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Jul 27, 2021
TEL takes aim at ‘virtue signalling’ banks, insurers

TEL takes aim at ‘virtue signalling’ banks, insurers

Townsville Enterprise has slammed financial institutions for ‘virtue signalling to inner city wokism’ with the positions being taken against those in the mining sector. The regional development group is among those appearing today before the Joint Standing Committee on Trade and Investment Growth for its inquiry into the prudential regulation of investment in Australia’s export i...

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Jul 27, 2021
Mining, exploration and processing briefs

Mining, exploration and processing briefs

Updates on the Eva copper project, Curragh coal operations, Big One copper exploration results and more in this week’s exploration, mining and processing briefs. Eva ‘a key component’ in copper company’s growth plans Copper Mountain Mining is continuing to advance project financing for the Eva copper project in North West Queensland and says it is… This content is for iQ I...

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Jul 26, 2021
Japanese fossil fuel cuts no mortal wound for sector

Japanese fossil fuel cuts no mortal wound for sector

Australia’s thermal coal exports are likely to continue to grow out to 2030, despite concerns over a Japanese plan to slash the use of fossil fuels, according to Commodity Insights director Mark Gresswell. And while some parties were quick the jump on the news as another nail in the coffin for coal, Mr Gresswell said… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members only.Log In Regi...

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