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QRC welcomes the Release of more Land for Gas Exploration

The Queensland Resources Council, the peak organisation for the State’s coal, metal and petroleum producers, explorers and suppliers, has welcomed the release of more than 3,000 square kilometres of land in parts of south west and central Queensland near existing infrastructure to fast-track the gas to market.

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Queenslanders shine in national Women in Resources Awards

Two Queensland women have taken out top honours in the Women in Resources National Awards presented by the Minerals Council of Australia today.

Kathryn Young, Geotechnical Engineer at BHP’s Peak Downs Mine in Moranbah took the Newcrest Exceptional Young Woman in Australian Resources Award for her impressive technical leadership, mentoring and strong advocacy on gender diversity.

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Queensland can count on Resources: QRC

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has launched an unprecedented four-week media campaign in the lead-up to the State Election to emphasise the economic and job creation importance of the mining and gas industry to the State’s COVID-19 recovery.

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Launch of the Fair Cobalt Alliance: Working together to improve Conditions in Cobalt Mines and Communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo

  • Founding members of the Fair Cobalt Alliance (FCA), Fairphone, Signify, Huayou Cobalt and The Impact Facility, are today joined by Glencore, the Responsible Cobalt Initiative (RCI), Sono Motors, and Lifesaver to launch the FCA
  • The demand for the minerals in battery production, including cobalt, is set to increase to power the transition to a greener economy
  • The FCA is set up to work with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) government and civil society partners to tackle problems in the cobalt supply chain linked to artisanal and small scale mining (ASM), such as poor working conditions and child labour, and build a source of responsible cobalt from the ASM sector
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Turquoise Hill announces financial Results and Review of Operations for the second Quarter of 2020

Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. today announced its financial results for the period ended June 30, 2020.

“Faced with the challenges of operating within the constraints posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Oyu Tolgoi team posted outstanding safety and production performance in the second quarter of 2020. The open pit operations have continued uninterrupted, and the underground development, while experiencing restrictions on workforce numbers and the ability to repatriate specialists from around the world, has continued to progress. The team’s focus on optimization initiatives has resulted in, among other things, an increase to our 2020 gold production guidance.

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