Amid the high peaks, alpine tundra and glaciers of British Columbia, it’s hard...
- Could snow, soil and trees point the way to the next big mining discovery in British Columbia?
- Altered states: mining regulations in Queensland and across Australia
- What’s next in store for Indonesia’s Grasberg mine?
- Polyus pours first gold at Natalka project in Russia
- With budgets on the rise, is a new age of exploration on the cards?
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Could snow, soil and trees point the way to the next big mining discovery in British Columbia?
Amid the high peaks, alpine tundra and glaciers of British Columbia, it’s hard to tell what lies beneath your feet, much more so than in less hostile areas. But, as Ross Davies finds out, a new set of analytical tools uses tell-tale signs in the landscape itself to narrow the search. Could this change mineral exploration forever?
Altered states: mining regulations in Queensland and across Australia
AMEC CEO Simon Bennison has called for sweeping reforms of what he terms Queensland’s “rigid and needlessly complex” mining sector rules. Julian Turner compares and contrasts the legislative frameworks across Australia and analyses what needs to be done to ensure Queensland remains attractive to investors.
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Robotic crawlers are widely used for safe, efficient and reliable remote visual inspection (RVI) of assets and equipment in many different industries, including energy, mining, oil and gas, aeronautical and utilities.
What’s next in store for Indonesia’s Grasberg mine?
After months of bitter dispute, Freeport-McMoRan agreed to hand over its majority stake of Grasberg mine to the Indonesian state in August. While the US-based copper miner may be relieved to reach a provisional agreement, details of what will happen next are far from clear, as Ross Davies reports.
Polyus pours first gold at Natalka project in Russia
PJSC Polyus has poured the first doré gold at its Natalka greenfield project as part of the ongoing hot commissioning process at Natalka mill, Russia.
With budgets on the rise, is a new age of exploration on the cards?
New analysis by S&P Global Market Intelligence has found that non-ferrous mining exploration budgets increased in 2017, with total exploration expenditure up 14% year-on-year. With this year heralding the first exploration budget increase since 2012, is a sustained surge in mining activity on the cards, or could there be more trouble on the horizon?
New South Wales to prohibit open-cut mining at Drayton South
Australia's New South Wales (NSW) Government is set to ban open-cut mining at the Drayton South site in the Upper Hunter Valley in an attempt to safeguard the horse studs in the area.
Berkeley Energia secures funding for Salamanca mine in Oman
Berkeley Energia has received shareholder approval for a strategic investment agreement with the sovereign wealth fund of the Sultanate of Oman to finance the development of the Salamanca mine.
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