Friday 2nd Oct, 2020
The Queensland Government has appointed three additional mine inspectors and another chief inspector as the resources industry responds to recent mine-related tragedies.

Queensland supercharges zinc mine restart

The Queensland Government will supercharge the ramp up of a $150 million zinc mine after negotiating a royalty deferral agreement…
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Fenner Dunlop and Australian Conveyor Engineering have set sail to Singapore to undertake a major conveyor overhaul on the shipping vessel MV Aburri.

Fenner Dunlop helps link zinc with Aburri top-to-tail conveyor system

Fenner Dunlop and Australian Conveyor Engineering have set sail to Singapore to undertake a major conveyor overhaul on the shipping…
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Queensland boosts mineral exports by half a billion dollars

Freight charges will be discounted, and the Port of Townsville will get a new container terminal as part of the…
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Rock supply contract won for Port of Townsville upgrade

A multi-million-dollar rock supply contract has been awarded as part of the $193 million Port of Townsville Channel Upgrade Project….
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World’s largest airborne electromagnetic survey unearths mineral potential

The world’s largest airborne electromagnetic survey (AEM) has revealed new potential mineral and groundwater resources in the Northern Territory and…
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White Rock Sandfire partner for Alaskan zinc mine

White Rock Sandfire partner for Alaskan zinc mine

ASX miners White Rock Minerals and Sandfire Resources will work together on White Rock’s high-grade zinc mine project Red Mountain…
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