Reynolds Soil Technologies has developed a range of services to treat and rehabilitate tailings dams.
World Coal Association member Yancoal, the operator of Premier Coal, has opened Lake Kepwari, near Collie in Western Australia, 50 years after opencast mining operations started at the site.
Exploration activity across coal, petroleum, gold and copper deposits in Queensland continues to rise despite COVID and a drop in coal and petroleum prices, Queensland Exploration Council (QEC) Chair, Kim Wainwright, has said.
Glencore has entered a global agreement with Tre-Altamira to expand satellite monitoring to over 110 of its dams worldwide.
Bravus Mining and Resources has begun laying its 200 km railway line in Central Queensland at the Carmichael Project.
Welsh Secretary, Simon Hart, and Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Stephen Barclay, have agreed funding for coal tip and flood damage remediation work across Wales.
Cyient has announced that it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Decipher to support Decipher with the global rollout of their cloud mining platform for tailings and rehabilitation monitoring.
Speedcast International Ltd has launched a next generation Internet of Things platform designed to simplify connectivity, provisioning, and device management through a single console.
International Women in Mining has announced the launch of the 2021 International Women in Resources Mentoring Programme, in collaboration with Metisphere.
At the Solntsevsky coal mine, one of the key production assets of the Eastern Mining Company, they have begun testing a video surveillance system using chest-mounted video recorders.
The US Energy Information Administration’s latest ‘Annual Coal Re-port’ has shown a 28% decrease from the peak productive coal mine capacity in 2009.
A record figure of 10 million t of coal has been achieved since the beginning of 2020 at the key mining asset of the Eastern Mining Co. - the Solntsevsky coal mine.