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Jun 15, 2021
Disappointing results from Gypsy Creek copper chase

Disappointing results from Gypsy Creek copper chase

There’ve been disappointing results from a drill campaign at the Gypsy Creek project 55km northeast of Ernest Henry Mine near Cloncurry. Red Fox Resources carried out a three hole drilling program in April and May that was funded by a Queensland Government CEI grant.  Related: Exploration grant deadline looms The company also drilled an additional… ...

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Jun 10, 2021
Automation partnership recognised by Resources Training Council

Automation partnership recognised by Resources Training Council

Central Queensland students with a vocation in open cut mining will be the first to benefit from a program recognised as the Outstanding Training Initiative of the Year as part of the Resources Training Council’s 2021 Innovative Skilling Awards. The Queensland Future Skills Partnership (QFSP) is a training project delivered by BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA), TAFE Queensland and CQUniversity… ...

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Jun 10, 2021
Safety incident leads to longwall shutdown at Kestrel South

Safety incident leads to longwall shutdown at Kestrel South

Kestrel South longwall operations have been suspended. It follows what’s been described as a ‘frictional ignition’ on Sunday afternoon, (6 June), at the underground coal mine located 40km north-east of Emerald in the southern Bowen Basin. No workers were injured and the Queensland Mines Inspectorate has been notified.  Related – Staged re-entry begins at Grosvenor̷...

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Jun 10, 2021
Greater expectations and opportunities in 29Metals listing

Greater expectations and opportunities in 29Metals listing

The Capricorn Copper workforce in North-West Queensland can expect increased professional opportunities and stepped up production as the mine enters a new chapter under 29Metals, according to the company head. Chief executive officer and managing director Peter Albert was commenting after the company lodged its prospectus this week for a $527.8 million IPO, with plans to list… ...

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Jun 07, 2021
Stars align for mining development boom

Stars align for mining development boom

A conjunction of events is leading to a supercell of mining development in North-West Queensland. Queensland Resources Council economic policy director Andrew Barger said many of the boxes were ticked.  Demand for critical and new economy minerals, backed by the release of more than 160 years of geological data combined with cutting-edge research, was set… ...

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Jun 07, 2021
MineX plays to a motivated industry

MineX plays to a motivated industry

MineX kicks off this week in Mount Isa on the back of a resurgent industry. Copper is leading the charge with exponential demand forecast on strengthening electric vehicles sales. It’s attracted players like Anglo American into the metals fold. Anglo has been a prominent player in the Queensland coal fields for decades and boasts two… ...

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Jun 02, 2021
Issues around the lack of new copper discoveries

Issues around the lack of new copper discoveries

Blog by Frank Holmes – US Global Investors The International Energy Agency (IEA) was founded in 1974 in response to oil embargoes the previous year that caused the global price of oil to surge 300 per cent from $3 per barrel to $12 per barrel. From the start, the IEA’s mission has been to help… ...

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May 31, 2021
Helping coal mining communities battle dust pollution

Helping coal mining communities battle dust pollution

Partner supplied editorial Recent national legislation means that the issues of dust control and air quality around mining communities are firmly back on the national agenda and dust suppression specialists Global Road Technology (GRT) are providing miners turnkey solutions to protect both workers and residents alike. Coal mines alone are responsible for almost half the nation’s total… ...

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May 31, 2021
Brand Queensland carries mining cred

Brand Queensland carries mining cred

Stand by Queensland. Soon, you’ll be seeing a lot of interest from some of the world’s largest companies wanting to be associated with Queensland minerals because it has the right brand. This prediction comes from the Queensland Resources Council (QRC), based on the huge volume of minerals needed to support a low-emissions economy. “Recent reports… ...

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