Edenville Energy Plc has reported that the company wash plant in southwest Tanzania, Africa, recommenced continuous operations on 3 March 2020.
Climate and clean energy experts convened in Washington, DC (USA) for the ninth annual Forum on carbon capture and storage hosted by the Global CCS Institute.
The Queensland Resources Council has raised concerns that proposed industrial manslaughter laws will have the reverse outcome of decreasing the safety culture in the mining industry.
TOMRA has opened new regional headquarters in Johannesburg to strengthen its commitment to customers in southern Africa.
Queensland has lost ground in the latest global survey of mining companies and investors, falling two places to number 15 in the world for investment attractiveness.
The Coal Authority has recently attended a safety meeting about coal tips in Wales following the recent storms in the UK.
The Queensland government’s North Queensland Regional Plan has reinforced a strong future for the resources sector.
The UK mining sector has halved its overall investment positions in the EU since the Brexit vote, but earnings have increased by more than £2 billion in that time.
Underground mining operations typically experience low-visibility conditions, making traditional surveillance and safety monitoring difficult.
A potential new energy resource for coalfield areas is being researched by a PhD student in conjunction with the Coal Authority.
The Mining Association of Canada has released its annual facts and figures report, a document focused on providing a comprehensive overview of current trends in Canada's mining sector.