BHP has submitted a non-binding indicative proposal to the Board of OZL on 5 August 2022 to acquire 100% of the issued share capital in OZL by way of a scheme of arrangement (the Proposal).
Queensland’s potential resources’ superstars of tomorrow are being carefully moulded by the leaders of today through a unique six-month female mentoring program which concluded in Brisbane.
Work on the Sydney Metro West project is gaining momentum at station sites including The Bays, Five Dock, Burwood North, and Sydney Olympic Park where excavation will soon start to carve out the station boxes.
A total of 288 platform screen doors will be installed at Crows Nest, Victoria Cross, Barangaroo, Martin Place, Pitt Street, Central, Waterloo, and Sydenham stations in preparation for Sydney Metro services to start running through the city in 2024.
Australia welcomed a ministerial level delegation from India as a major step in the Australia–India Critical Minerals Investment Partnership.
Combining scientific, traditional and local knowledge, Indigenous and non-Indigenous people have worked together to create the first holistic assessment of the state of Australia’s environment.
Latrobe Magnesium gears up to deliver ESG credentialled clean metals production plant
Work to connect Sydney’s newest metro line with the existing Metro North West Line at Chatswood is almost complete, marking a big step forward in bringing the project to life.
Moranbah-based Mining Supervisor, Nicole Shibasaki was tonight announced as the Exceptional Indigenous Person in Queensland Resources at the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) Indigenous Awards gala in Brisbane.
The Queensland Government’s decision to impose the world’s highest royalty taxes on the resources sector will hit regional communities and businesses hard, as companies are forced to rethink their future investment and employment plans.
AusIMM’s free online Thought Leadership Series returns from July to September in 2022, with five on demand webinars exploring the role of resources professionals in an era of disruption.
WIMARQ Co-Chair and QRC Board Director Rob Jackson said the resources sector regularly reviewed its performance and set new diversity goals.
A new report shows Queensland’s resources exports hit a record high between March 2021 and 2022, with producers sending a record $77 billion worth of coal, gas and minerals to overseas customers.
Epiroc, productivity and sustainability partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, has completed the acquisition of JTMEC. The Australian company specializes in providing mines with electrical infrastructure, supporting the industry’s transition to battery electrification.
Cimic Group company CPB Contractors, as part of a joint venture, has been selected by the NSW Government to deliver the western section of the M12 Motorway.
Epiroc, a leading productivity and sustainability partner for the mining and infrastructure industries, has agreed to acquire JTMEC. The Australian company specializes in providing mines with electrical infrastructure, supporting the industry’s transition to battery electrification.
Orica and H2U Group announced a strategic partnership agreement to initiate the first phase of the proposed H2-Hub™ Gladstone project in Queensland.
One of ABB’s highest payload hoists to ensure safety and efficiency while supporting emissions reduction at major Australian mine
Australia’s resources and energy export earnings are forecast to surge to a record high $425 billion for 2021-22.
An Australian resources company has stepped up to supply a cargo of essential humanitarian aid to war-torn Ukraine, and it’s not what you’d think.