Queensland’s independent Coordinator-General has approved the proposed Olive Downs metallurgical coal mine, with conditions to ensure local employment and manage potential impacts on the environment
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BUMI Resources, through its subsidiary Arutmin Indonesia (Arutmin), has carried out several social and environmental responsibility programmes in the local community of its Kintap site in South Kalimantan, Indonesia.
More than 300 students from 13 schools across Central Queensland recently took part in the Moranbah science and engineering ‘Challenge’ and ‘Discovery’ days to inspire them to consider a future career in STEM.
The US says it has seized a North Korean cargo ship, accusing it of violating international sanctions.
Veronica Towndrow-Bree, a finalist for the Exceptional Young Woman in NSW Mining Award, is leading the way for women in mining.
National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Director Brian Anderson highlighted the lab’s leadership in advanced manufacturing as he led a fossil energy-focused panel discussion at a two-day summit hosted this week by the US Department of Energy.
The Queensland Resources Council has forecast that royalties on both thermal and metallurgical coals were due to set a new record of AUS$4.46 billion this financial year.
Cloud Peak Energy expects its mines will continue normal operations throughout the process, safely and efficiently meeting all customer commitments.
Improving access to education and boosting the quality and variety of skills of the mining workforce is essential to generating greater productivity and increased national prosperity from Australia’s minerals sector.