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04.06.2021 (515 Clicks)

Costain’s Simon Ellison to lead Highways England Account Team

Simon Ellison has been appointed as Costain’s Highways England client director and will be responsible for maintaining and developing the relationship of our longstanding client.

 

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03.06.2021 (484 Clicks)

Fugro CEO participates in UN Ocean Decade Launch Event

Fugro CEO Mark Heine participated alongside world leaders and experts from a diverse range of stakeholder groups in the First International Ocean Decade Conference.

 

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03.06.2021 (588 Clicks)

Cimic's UGL secures Contract at Kidston Clean Energy Project

Cimic Group’s UGL has secured a contract for the design, construction and installation of a high voltage transmission line from Kidston to Mt Fox in Queensland, and a new 275kV switching station located at Mt Fox.

 

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03.06.2021 (468 Clicks)

Townsville the Heart of Queensland’s new Minerals Processing Era


Queensland is entering a golden new era of minerals processing and Townsville is right at the heart of the action, Queensland Resources Council (QRC) Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said today.

Mr Macfarlane will be in Townsville next week to host a QRC networking event on Tuesday, June 8 at The Ville Resort-Casino featuring an address by Resources Minister and Member for Townsville Scott Stewart. The QRC event is expected to attract major resources operators and service providers in the region, keen to hear the Minister speak about how the newly launched Queensland Resources Industry Development Plan (QRIDP) will impact the sector.

“The resources industry is looking to partner with the Queensland Government to map out a path via the QRIDP to sustained growth right across the sector, and to address the barriers restricting our international competitiveness,” Mr Macfarlane said. “Queensland has fallen to 16th in the world* in terms of our attractiveness to global resources investors, which needs to be turned around. The QRC has high expectations of the QRIDP delivering much-needed improvements across our industry and we’ll continue to work collaboratively with the government to achieve this.”

A national commodity outlook report released by the Minerals Council of Australia this week shows demand for Australian commodities will increase over the next decade, largely due to a rapidly modernising Asia Pacific region.

“Queensland is set to benefit from a predicted increase in global demand for our minerals to support emerging technologies,” Mr Macfarlane said. “Last year, Queensland produced 65 percent of Australia’s silver, 60 percent of its lead, 56 percent of its zinc and a quarter of its copper – with the vast majority going through the Port of Townsville - so we’re in prime position to benefit from increased demand for these commodities. Value adding is the name of the game in minerals processing and with excellent regional facilities like JCU’s Economic Geology Unit and the Department of Resources Core Library in Mount Isa, the greater Townsville region is well placed to be a powerhouse in finding, producing and most importantly processing both base and new economy minerals.”

The Commodity Outlook Demand 2030 report released by the MCA predicts that by 2030, world zinc consumption will grow by 12 percent and demand for rare earth elements such as neodymium – which has already grown by 327 percent since 2010 - is projected to increase by up to 113 per cent.

“History shows global copper consumption has doubled every 25 to 30 years, and demand is expected to accelerate with the electrification of the global economy,” Mr Macfarlane said. “If we do our homework properly, the forecast increase in demand for these commodities will deliver huge local benefits for Townsville in terms of increased economic activity and more jobs.”

According to the latest ABS data released yesterday, exploration expenditure in Queensland rose by 24 percent over the past 12 months

“Queensland minerals exploration expenditure in particular has kept increasing throughout Covid,” Mr Macfarlane said. “Looking at the performance of individual commodities over the 12 months, copper exploration expenditure is up 13 percent since March last year and gold is up 33 percent. That’s very good news for the Townsville region.”

Source: QRC



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02.06.2021 (458 Clicks)

Global Growth will be fuelled by Queensland Resources

A national commodity outlook released today confirms what most Queenslanders already know – they can count on resources to help the state recover from COVID-19 and thrive well into the future, the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) said today.

 

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01.06.2021 (449 Clicks)

Exploration Results in Queensland continue to defy Pandemic

Exploration expenditure in Queensland has risen by 24 percent over the past 12 months to reach $708 million since March 2020, the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) said today.

 

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01.06.2021 (444 Clicks)

Endomines announces Change of Interim CEO

Endomines announces that Interim CEO Rauno Pitkänen has informed the Board of the Company that he will be retiring and resigning his position as of May 31, 2021. Deputy CEO Marcus Ahlström will take on the interim CEO position for now until the question of permanent CEO has been resolved.

 

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31.05.2021 (410 Clicks)

Normet expands their Equipment Offering with an agile and compact Variomec XS multipurpose Platform

Normet has expanded its wide equipment offering by launching an agile and compact Variomec XS product family to the market. Normet XS carrier is developed to provide safe, purpose-build and agile platform for several different transportation applications needed in demanding mining operations. 

 

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31.05.2021 (449 Clicks)

SSAB: New Framework to finance sustainable Transition

SSAB has completed a framework that will provide an opportunity to issue sustainability-linked bonds. The framework complies with Sustainability-Linked Bond Principles and will strengthen SSAB’s position on the capital markets.

 

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31.05.2021 (454 Clicks)

Håkan Folin, Executive Vice President and CFO at SSAB, to get Executive Vice President and CFO at Epiroc

Håkan Folin, Executive Vice President and CFO at SSAB, has decided to leave SSAB to take up the position of Executive Vice President and CFO at Epiroc.

 

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