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Nautitech First Ex d Group I shotcrete shaft liner in Australia 17Dec
2018

Nautitech First Ex d Group I shotcrete shaft liner in Australia

Nautitech recently worked on a unique project that has set a new standard for safety in underground mining with the only Ex d Group 1 shotcrete shaft liner in Australia. This industry-first machine by Jetcrete is...
BHP gives go ahead for Clough EPC contract for...

BHP gives go ahead for Clough EPC contract for...

12 December 2018
Engineering, Procurement, and Construction contract for a...
The key? Collaboration — McLanahan talks its...

The key? Collaboration — McLanahan talks its...

11 December 2018
www.australianmining.com.au  This article was originally...
Mining Projects: Six Pitfalls that Threaten...

Mining Projects: Six Pitfalls that Threaten...

6 December 2018
Although it’s equally true of other industries, it seems that the...
Engineering Commissioning for Mining Projects
6 December 2018

Engineering Commissioning for Mining Projects

Peter Wells, Principal Engineer, NSW – Engenium Pty Ltd My years as a Graduate Engineer happened to coincide with the construction of large coal handling process plants throughout the Hunter Valley Region of New South Wales.  Many of these plants are still in operation...
Strategic planning and mine modernization case study
5 December 2018

Strategic planning and mine modernization case study

AMC advises on becoming the lowest-cost zinc producer in the world. "AMC has helped us identify the real production potential of all mines and also to do the benchmarking of most of our operations. This has helped us to develop long-term plans for all our operations and to see the...
Iluka’s Jacinth-Ambrosia: A dive into the largest zircon development globally
28 November 2018

Iluka’s Jacinth-Ambrosia: A dive into the largest zircon development globally

The Jacinth-Ambrosia Project Iluka’s Jacinth-Ambrosia (JA) is considered the largest zircon development globally, with a current production capacity of approximately 300,000 tpa of Zircon. The JA mining and concentrating operation (Figure 1.1) is located in the Eucla Basin, 800 kilometres from...
Six practical ways to build cyber resilience in mining
25 November 2018

Six practical ways to build cyber resilience in mining

By: Joseph Failla and Dean Felton - Accenture Back in the day, cyber security in mining was limited to protecting critical IT systems from natural disasters or physical tampering. Today, with a connected work environment, a mine’s ‘attack surface’ has increased exponentially – leading...
Enterprise Risk Management: Bringing it to Life

Enterprise Risk Management: Bringing it to Life

Enterprise Risk Management is a term that has been around now for decades. But how many mining...
Geometallurgy: the cornerstone of...

Geometallurgy: the cornerstone of...

After much success discussing the topic of geometallurgy in Moscow at the XXIX...
Building Pervasive Cyber Resilience Now

Building Pervasive Cyber Resilience Now

Companies are racing into the digital future—adopting technology-enabled operating and business...
Webinar Recording: Mining's Next Horizon...

Webinar Recording: Mining's Next Horizon...

Part 2 of Austmine's Mining's Next Horizon webinar series focused on Disruptive Innovation...
The Latest in Radar Technology, SSR-Omni

The Latest in Radar Technology, SSR-Omni

Since GroundProbe launched in 2001 and the very first Slope Stability Radar (SSR) rolled off the...
Willis Towers Watson Mining Risk Review: Six...

Willis Towers Watson Mining Risk Review: Six...

Welcome to the 2018 edition of our Mining Risk Review. The mining industry has undergone mixed...
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