The navigation channels on Port Qasim area offer ample opportunities for establishment of new terminals to provide facilities to international cargo handlings.
JSW SA and Advicom have signed a letter of intent (LoI) with Elmodis for the supply of its monitoring and diagnostics equipment for coal preparation plants.
It details the requirements relating to the installation, use and maintenance of gas detection devices for coal cargoes, as well as the different types of sensors involved in their operation.
JSW SA and Advicom have signed a letter of intent (LoI) with Elmodis for its monitoring and diagnostics equipment for coal preparation plants.
Dump trucks, excavators and auxiliary equipment have arrived at the ENGIE Hazelwood mine in preparation for the earthworks season.
Coal stockpiles vary in both size and shape, and each type presents unique challenges to covering them.
Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane has issued a statement following the Supreme Court of Queensland’s decision to dismiss Aurizon’s legal challenge to the draft coal rail network decision.
The rail subsidiary of Aspire Mining Limited has received a PEA for a rail link between the company’s Ovoot project and the border with Russia.
Asia Pacific, excluding Japan, is reportedly the most attractive region for the coal handling system market.
EESTech’s waste resource agglomeration modules (WRAM) achieve success in independent trials carried out by one of the world’s largest steel producers.