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Ivanhoe progresses with road to airport from Kamoa project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     24th June 2019 Canada-headquartered Ivanhoe Mines says construction of the highway linking its Kamoa-Kakula copper project to the Kolwezi airport, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is progressing rapidly with the onset of the country’s dry season. The 34-km-long east–west road is about 25% complete... 

Indian power producers want more coal on rail to lower costs

By: Ajoy K Das     24th June 2019 Indian private thermal power companies are seeking to shift more coal from roads to State-run Indian Railways (IR) to bring down logistical costs. Private thermal power utilities reckon that higher dispatches of coal by State miner Coal India Limited (CIL) through IR will reduce the cost of... 

Much-delayed Wallarah 2 coal project to proceed

By: Simone Liedtke     21st June 2019 It has been a week of big news for coal projects in Australia with another long-gestating mine, Wallarah 2 in New South Wales, gaining a mining lease only days after construction of the much-delayed and -debated Carmichael mine, in Queensland, got under way. The New South Wales Minerals Council... 

Tailgates a solution for haulage product loss

By: Halima Frost     21st June 2019 Since receiving an Autogate tailgate manufactured by specialised tailgate manufacturer Philippi-Hagenbuch (PHIL), aggregate business Caldwell Stone Company has reported an increase in productivity at its quarrying site. An upturn of between 12% and 15% in volumetric capacity on its haul truck has... 

Senex signs A$50m deal over Roma North

By: Esmarie Iannucci     17th June 2019 Gas developer Senex Energy has struck a A$50-million infrastructure deal with energy infrastructure operator Jemena under which it will divest of its Roma North processing facility and pipeline. Under the terms of the agreement, Jemena will take ownership of the facility and pipeline on the... 

Hydrogen offers pathway for lowering hard-to-abate carbon emissions – IEA 

By: Terence Creamer     14th June 2019 Hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuels could help facilitate the decarbonisation of a range of sectors where the pathway for achieving meaningful emission reductions is currently uncertain or difficult, a new global study argues. Released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) at a meeting of G20... 

AVZ strikes strategic relationship deal with Huayou

By: Esmarie Iannucci     12th June 2019 ASX-listed AVZ Minerals has inked a strategic relationship agreement with China’s Huayou Cobalt Group to complete a definitive feasibility study on the Manono lithium and tin project, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. AVZ said on Wednesday that Huayou would also be able to provide advice and... 

Qld wants to make Mount Isa line more attractive for mineral exporters

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th June 2019 The resources sector has welcomed a half-billion dollar commitment by the Queensland government to boost mineral freight exports on the Mount Isa line. The government on Sunday announced an A$128-million initiative to lower freight charges and to build a new container terminal at the Port of... 

Mantashe must place cheaper, job-rich renewable energy high on list in additional Energy Minister role

By: Martin Creamer     7th June 2019 Mines and energy are joined at the hip, which means the appointment of a Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy makes sense. But, then again, mines and the environment, water, trains, roads and ports are also very much in the mix. Does that mean South Africa needs a single ministry of mines,... 

Guinea iron-ore prospectors set sights on ArcelorMittal rail

By: Reuters     6th June 2019 The race to mine Guinea's iron-ore has started although the focus is not on its giant Simandou deposits but on smaller finds whose output could be transported via Liberia if ArcelorMittal shares its railway, banking and industry sources said. Guinea's aspirations to develop Simandou, the world's... 

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