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Santos inks more Narrabri supply MoUs

By: Esmarie Iannucci     9th May 2019 Australian oil and gas major Santos has inked additional nonbinding memoranda of understanding (MoU) for gas supply from its proposed Narrabri gas project, in New South Wales. Under the proposed transactions, Santos would supply building material manufacturer Brickworks with up to 3 PJ/y of... 

Mining industry supports AIMEX as visitor registrations officially launch

By: Creamer Media Reporter      9th May 2019 The Australia Federal Election campaign has so far seen all sides of politics weighing in on where they see the future of mining heading in this country. As that takes place, the industry itself is gearing up for what will be one of the most important events of a decade when Australia's largest... 

Future of Mining EMEA arrives in London with the focus on technology, development and sustainability

30th April 2019 The Future of Mining EMEA conference takes place at 8 Northumberland Avenue in London from 26-27 June with a strategic focused commercial and operational agenda connecting the industry across Europe, Middle East and Africa.   Speakers delivering on these topic areas include Daria Goncharova,... 

Australia's Mt Isa zinc railway reopens to freight after February floods

By: Reuters     29th April 2019 A railway that carries zinc from major producers such as Glencore across Australia's outback has reopened to freight trains, the line's owner Queensland Rail said on Monday. The 1, 00-km (620-mile) rail line was cut by floods in February and is used by miners including Glencore, MMG Ltd and... 

‘Land no one else wants’ gets solar as coal-and-nukes era fades

By: Bloomberg     25th April 2019 For two decades, coal has been pulled from a Bent Mountain mine in eastern Kentucky. But in a startling move in the heart of coal country, a rival –solar – is preparing to move on to the land. From Appalachia in the US to Queensland in Australia and Chernobyl in Ukraine, solar and wind farms are... 

Orion reawakening geological giant in Northern Cape  

By: Martin Creamer     18th April 2019 Three years ago, Orion Minerals was trading at an eighth of an Australian cent a share. It had a market capitalisation of $4-milllion and set out to find something that could be turned into a mine. The good news is that the company found that opportunity in South Africa, and its share price has... 

Glencore’s Jeff Gerard appointed Katanga CEO

By: Simone Liedtke     18th April 2019 TSX-listed Katanga Mining, a unit of Glencore, on Thursday announced that Glencore International’s Jeff Gerard would succeed Danny Callow as CEO of the company, effective May 2. Gerard’s appointment follows the signing of a management services agreement between Katanga and Glencore in January.... 

Sanbrado optimised study predicts 300 000 oz in first year – West African

By: Nadine James     16th April 2019 Sydney-listed West African Resources has increased its forecast yearly gold production from the Sanbrado mine, in Burkina Faso, following an optimised feasibility study. Announcing the results of the study on Tuesday, the company said that Sanbrado would produce 301 000 oz in its first year of... 

Flood-damaged Mt Isa zinc railway to reopen April 29

By: Reuters     16th April 2019 A railway that carries zinc from major producers such as Glencore across Australia's Outback is expected to reopen this month, Queensland's Transport Minister said on Tuesday. "Every resource has been made available to accelerate recovery works," Mark Bailey said in a statement. 

Orion clinches potent new-style empowerment deal  

By: Martin Creamer     16th April 2019 Sydney- and Johannesburg-listed exploration and mining development company Orion Minerals has found a formula to achieve empowerment that puts all shareholders at full participation and contribution. “What we’ve arrived at is a fantastic win-win scenario,” an overjoyed Orion CEO Errol Smart told... 

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