The Queensland Resources Council has welcomed the appointment of Member for Townsville Scott Stewart as the new State Minister for Resources.
CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, is developing a major research program to tackle plastic waste and reimagine the future of plastics.
The Plastics Mission, one of 12 missions in development by CSIRO is using science and technology, to address Australia’s plastics waste issue.
Each year, 90 billion tonnes of primary materials are extracted and used globally for plastics. Only 9 per cent is recycled, with economic, social, environmental and health impacts. In Australia, we generate an estimated 67 million tonnes of waste every year.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) welcomes the Queensland Investment Corporation’s (QIC) commitment to take a 9.9 per cent stake in the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) near Mackay.
Mining experts from TU Bergakademie Freiberg will be offering trilingual online seminars on responsible raw material mining and recultivation over the next two months. Interpreting is available in Russian, Ukrainian and German.
Pekka Vauramo will continue as the President and CEO of Metso Outotec until the end of 2023. “This is a unique opportunity to lead the integration of the two great companies into Metso Outotec and to develop Metso Outotec to become an industry leader. We are in the beginning of our integration journey and Metso Outotec has a lot of potential to increase the effectiveness of its operations and to serve its customers even better and in a more sustainable way,” says Pekka Vauramo.
Geosynthetics play a vital role in the containment of solid and liquid waste in landfills, mining, energy, construction and oil & gas applications. To help design engineers accurately specify the materials needed, Solmax has launched an important online resource for engineers – its Geosynthetic Drainage Tool.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has welcomed a $45 million state government pre-election commitment to a new future skills initiative to encourage closer partnerships between high schools and industry-related job opportunities.
Chief Executive of the Queensland Resources Council Ian Macfarlane has welcomed 50 extra resources-related construction jobs created by Senex Energy in its new $30 million Roma North expansion announced.
Over the past 30 years, what is now the Bauer Umwelt business division of Bauer Resources GmbH has developed from a twoperson operation into a leading company for environmental technology with 177 employees. This successful trajectory began by tackling a challenge in specialist foundation engineering: how to handle contaminated areas on construction sites.
The Queensland Resources Council has welcomed the Queensland Government’s announcement of an implementation agreement for the proposed CopperString 2.0 high voltage 1,100 km transmission line to the North West Minerals Province.
BHP CEO Mike Henry announced BHP’s commitment to training and funding for 3,500 new Australian apprenticeship and training positions, and driving up to $450 million into (Australian dollars) supporting business opportunities in Australia’s mining, equipment, technology and services (METS) sector.
Tobias Bangerter wird Mitglied der Geschäftsführung
New peer-reviewed study commissioned by DeepGreen finds making electric vehicle batteries from deep-sea rocks can dramatically reduce climate change impacts compared to land-based ores
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.
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.
The Queensland Resources Council has welcomed today’s announcement by the Morrison Government of a multi-pronged plan to develop more Queensland gas for market as part of a Covid-19 recovery.
The Queensland Resources Council is urging the State Government to commit extra funding from its $3 billion COVID-19 stimulus package to a collaborative program to boost exploration for new resource discoveries.
Starting September 1st, Tobias Bangerter will join the Management Board for BAUER Resources GmbH as a new member, replacing Peter Hingott who has served as Chairman of the Management Board for the past four years alongside his role as member of the Management Board of BAUER AG. At the same time, Dr. Roman Breuer will take over as Chairman of the Management Board.