Australia’s resources sector is at the forefront of developing and deploying low emissions technologies which are central to Australian and global efforts to address climate change.
Thiess has introduced a second drill fitted with an autonomous drilling system, now in operation at its Lake Vermont project, Queensland.
Adani has announced it has already delivered on its commitments to Queensland, by employing more than 1500 people and awarding more than AUS$1.5 billion in contracts on the Carmichael mine and rail project.
The expansion of the mandates of two government bodies to include carbon capture and storage was recently welcomed by the Global CCS Institute as a positive step forward for the acceleration of CCS deployment in Australia.
Following the destruction of the Juukan rockshelters in May 2020, the Board of Rio Tinto has engaged extensively with shareholders, Traditional Owners, Indigenous leaders and other stakeholders
Australia’s top two electricity generation sources, coal and natural gas, have both seen demand in the country peak, a Rystad Energy analysis has shown.
BHP has signed a firm renewable power purchasing agreement to meet half of its electricity needs across its Queensland coal mines from low emissions sources, including solar and wind.
A coal mine worker was recently found deceased at the Springvale mine in New South Wales, Australia.
Modular Mining has recently announced that Glencore has selected the its fleet management and machine guidance systems to support the United Wambo Joint Venture project.