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28 September 2016
Latest Companies

Adapt IT - Tailored and Integrated IT Solutions for Mining Companies

Evolving Workshop Technologies - Elevating Work Platforms for Mining Workshop Maintenance Pit

EUROGOMMA - Polyurethane Screens and Polyurethane Screen Panels

CDE Global - Washing Equipment for Mineral Processing and Construction

Cost Effective Maintenance (CEM) - Advanced Preventative Maintenance Strategies for Mining Equipment

Press Releases

Hexagon Mining Unveils Latest Technology at MINExpo
Hexagon Mining unveils the latest advances in its integrated technology at MINExpo in Las Vegas. President Hélio Samora and his team are on hand to welcome attendees to Hexagon Mining's Booth 4133.

SRK Global Appoints New Chairman
SRK Global has appointed Corporate Consultant Jeff Parshley as its new chairman. Jeff brings to the role 35 years of worldwide project experience, including 28 with SRK (US).

Additional $1.1 Million Ultra-Rugged Tablet Order as Part of Ongoing US Military Project
Xplore Technologies has announced a $1.1 million follow-on order for customised XC6 M2 tablet computers.

Highly Efficient Pumping Solutions for Clean Water Applications
The new, efficient standard axially split casing SMD pump is Sulzer's flagship product portfolio for the water marketplace.

Technology Having Rapid Results in Mining
Mines could be 30% more operationally efficient if digital technologies were introduced into daily business practices, according to the former head of technology and innovation at Gold Fields, one of the largest gold mining companies in the world, and now CEO of a 3D vision and mapping software company, Paul Lucey.

White Papers

OpSUITE - The Big Business Backbone
Operations managers have a lot on their minds. We know, because we have spoken to a lot of them. It is not just about running complex plants and meeting production targets. It is about doing...

Luhr Dust Collector Packages, Pilbara Iron Ore Start-up
FMG, in continuing their aggressive throughput expansion, this time through start-up mines at the Solomon deposit (Firetail and King Valley), required multiple dust collector packages for...

Neglected Causes of Underground Emissions
With regard to diesel underground emissions, there are some important maintenance aspects that are almost never addressed. For example, what is done to specifically reduce emission...

Proximity Detection & Collision Avoidance
Strata Worldwide has years of R&D and real-life experience with proximity detection and collision avoidance...

Custom Designed Side Dump Trucks for Mining and Quarrying
SmithCo's MINE series of side dump trailers are ideal for mining, quarrying and off-road operations....


MINE digital magazine: issue 49
In this issue: The future of the underground mining equipment sector, Wealth Minerals talks about its strategy, a look inside Peru’s Fairtrade-certified gold mine, reviving Egypt’s ancient gold mines, the next step in UK seafloor mining, managing wastewater and more.

Into the deep: EU expedition sets out in search of seafloor deposits
In late June a scientific expedition set out from Southampton, UK to explore the possibility of mining rich metal deposits on the deep ocean floor. The RRS James Cook has spent weeks on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge where extinct hydrothermal vents could churn up valuable deposits of copper, gold, rare earth elements and more. The expedition’s chief scientist Dr Bramley Murton, speaking from the vessel 1,500 miles from shore in the Atlantic Ocean, explains more about the risks and opportunities of what could be an important new chapter in global mining history.

Wealth Minerals: betting on Chile’s lithium reserves
Mineral resource company Wealth Minerals has shifted its focus to acquiring new lithium assets in Chile, bringing on-board Notable Chilean mining executive Marcelo A Awad, formerly of Chilean state-owned Codelco, to negotiate new acquisitions. Awad spoke with Heidi Vella to discuss Wealth Minerals’ move into the nascent Chilean lithium mining market.

August's top stories: Rusoro wins $1.2bn in damages, new mine ventilation guide
Rusoro Mining awarded $1.2bn in damages over Venezuela lawsuit, West Australia released new guidelines for mine ventilation, University of Queensland and Rio Tinto developed a new bauxite processing method. Mining-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from August 2016.

MINE digital magazine: issue 48
In this issue: Sierra Leone’s new diamond project, the human cost of illegal gold, the MSHA push to reach zero harm, Anglo American’s safety culture, industry-wide changes in Kenyan mining, sifting through Sweden’s remaining minerals, Australia’s boost from scandium, and more.


Hounde Gold Mine
Houndé gold mine is located 250km south-west of Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou in West Africa. It is one of the highest quality development projects in the region.

Lynn Lake Gold Project, Manitoba
Alamos Gold's Lynn Lake gold project involves the integrated development of the MacLellan property and the Farley Lake property, located within 45km of Lynn Lake, northern Manitoba, Canada.

Windfall Lake Gold Project, Quebec
Windfall Lake is a high-grade gold mine owned by Osisko Mining, previously known as Oban Mining Corporation. It was earlier owned by Eagle Hill Exploration, which was acquired by Osisko in August 2015.

Mulga Rock Uranium Project
The Mulga Rock Uranium Project (MRUP) is located near Kalgoorlie in the Great Victoria Desert, Australia. Containing the country’s biggest undeveloped uranium resources, the project is 100% owned and operated by Vimy Resources.

Rockland Copper Project
The Rockland copper project is located approximately 17km west of Cloncurry in north-west Queensland, Australia.

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