Thiess CEO, Douglas Thompson, has announced he is stepping away from his role.
The Queensland Resources Council’s State of the Sector reports shows that the number of Queensland resources company CEOs investing in low emission technology research and development has almost doubled over the past 2 years.
Teck Resources Ltd has released its third TCFD-aligned climate change report, Climate Change Outlook 2021.
The JSW Supervisory Board has adopted resolutions to dismiss persons from the company’s Management Board.
AECI Australia Pty Ltd has been awarded a further 5-year contract extension by Thiess Pty Ltd for the supply of bulk emulsion explosives, initiating systems and related services to mines in Queensland and New South Wales, Australia.
Stanmore Resources has announced that it has agreed with Golden Energy and Resources Ltd (GEAR) to increase the facility limit under the GEAR Facility from US$40 million to US$70 million.
The switch to solar energy shows the Coal Authority remains committed to driving down environmental and financial costs of mine water treatment schemes.
Blue Energy Ltd has announced that it has executed a non-binding memorandum of understanding with Stanmore Resources Ltd to supply hydrogen from its future pilot production activities in its ATP 814 tenement in the Bowen Basin.
BHP has signed an SPA with Glencore to divest its interest in Cerrejón, a non-operated energy coal joint venture in Colombia.
BELAZ has demonstrated to the delegation of the Eastern Mining Company and the Sakhalin government the operation of the first BELAZ-7530E dump truck in a diesel-trolley design.
The Mining Association of Canada has announced that David Clarry, VP of Corporate Social Responsibility for Hudbay Minerals, has been elected Chair for the next 2 year term.
VGK is implementing a project for the construction of a Technopark in the Uglegorsk district with a total area of 13 ha.
The Queensland government is reaping the benefits of being able to rely on the state’s AUS$82.6 billion resources sector to underpin the state economy, according to Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive, Ian Macfarlane.