The Australian mining sector has proved incredibly resilient during the coronavirus outbreak, in...
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- BHP pauses Pilbara expansion following Aboriginal backlash
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Japan Gold and Barrick commence geophysical-gravity surveys in Japan
Mineral exploration firm Japan Gold and its alliance partner Barrick Gold have started regional scale geophysical-gravity surveys in the Hokusatsu region of Japan.
Fly in, fly out mine workers: adapting for a post-Covid-19 world
The Australian mining sector has proved incredibly resilient during the coronavirus outbreak, in part thanks to the commitment of fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers, who have adapted quickly to changing work patterns and procedures. As the country emerges from lockdown, how will the crisis affect the FIFO way of working in the longer term?
Hope Bay Gold Mine, Nunavut
The Hope Bay gold mine is located approximately 685km northeast of Yellow Knife and 125km south-west of Cambridge bay, in the western Nunavut territory of Canada, one of the top ten gold producing countries.
Bellevue Gold to develop Western Australian gold project
Bellevue Gold is all set to transition to the project development phase at the Bellevue gold project in Western Australia after confirming a high-grade resource.
How To Choose Conveyor Structure
To give you a sense for the importance of conveyor structure, we’ve put together this post discussing the main types of structure and the factors that need to be evaluated in selecting the right one for your underground mining application.
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