All articles by JP Casey

JP Casey is the editor of Future Power Technology, Offshore Technology Focus and MINE Magazine. Their topics of interest include covering human rights violations in energy, considering the balance of people and profits across the industry, and writing lists in threes.

JP Casey

Expansion and independence: Australia’s latest rare earth mines

Could a new wave of rare earth mines and project expansions build an independent rare earths industry for Australia? JP Casey profiles the latest facilities.

Leading in lithium: the new issue of MINE Australia is out now

In this issue: macro-economic impacts, groundbreaking discoveries and indigenous support.

Brazil decides: the new issue of MINE is out now

In this issue: the runoff election in Brazil, lithium in the UK and an ownership dispute in Mozambique.

Guatemalan Gold: the new issue of MINE is out now

In this issue: gold in Guatemala, automation in the Arctic and mining in the Middle East.

Is patience a virtue? The new issue of MINE Australia is out now

In this issue: Rio Tinto’s Gudai-Darri mine, ending sexual harassment in Australian mining and the country’s rare earths production.

13 trillion reasons: the new issue of MINE is out now

In this issue: A $13tn gold deposit, Russian mining mergers and the impacts of mining on communities.

Regulation, regulation, regulation: the new issue of MINE is out now

In this issue: Artisanal mining in South Africa, the sector’s ESG commitments and a new toolkit for finding copper deposits.

Through the hourglass: Propeller Aero on sand mining

We speak to Propeller Aero about the challenges facing sand miners and how drones can aid in the mining of this key mineral.

National security: the new issue of MINE Australia is out now

In this issue: Critical minerals and national security, a legal loophole, and impacts of the election on Australian mining.

Reputation versus resources: inside the Fraser Institute’s mining report

The Fraser Institute’s latest report into mining perception has revealed a general disinterest in mining opportunities in Africa.