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Anglo American’s decision to quit plans for a coal port expansion in Australia leaves billionaires G.V. Krishna Reddy and Gautam Adani as the last major players.
Iron ore exports to China from Australia's Port Hedland climbed 36% in February compared with the same month last year.
Sandvik Mining has recently received a multi-million dollar order for coal stacking and reclaiming units for a major Australian facility.
Komatsu Australia is implementing a major expansion of its Pilbara iron ore service and support facilities with a new service and re-build centre in Port Hedland.
Producers are responding to lower gold prices by treating less low grade material and this results in higher output and reduced costs, says Surbiton Associates Sandra Close.
The mining magnate is best known for his discovery of the giant Voisey's Bay nickel deposit in Canada and Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia.
Anglo is likely to cut jobs at its Drayton thermal coal mine as it slows output pending approval to extend the life of the old mine.
The Australian billionaire’s Roy Hill iron ore project is close to finalising a $7.8 billion financing deal, sources say.
Leica Geosystems and Maptek have both invested in companies providing unmanned aerial systems which can be used in mine surveying and planning
The global miner has suspended bauxite mining at its Gove operations in Australia following the death of an employee.
The owners of the Tujuh Bukit project plan an initial public offering in Jakarta in the third quarter of 2014, looking to raise up to $75 million.
The global mining group plans to suspend production at its Yarrie iron ore mine indefinitely as part of its drive to cut costs.
The drilling services firm posted a full-year loss for 2013 due to continuing weakness in the global mining industry.
The more bullish view from UBS contrasts with outlooks from Societe Generale and Goldman, which expect the metal to falter.
Intrepid Mines will receive a $80 million settlement after losing control of its 80% stake in the Tujuh Bukit copper-gold deposit in 2012.
BHP Billiton’s marketing chief reckons the aluminium market will remain tough for producers in the forseeable future as high inventories weigh on prices.
Iron ore continues to generate big returns and Australian miners are counting on greater economies of scale to maintain profits for the material.
Alcoa is shutting the 50-year-old Point Henry smelter after a two-year review found no prospect of it becoming financially viable.
According to Clyde Russell, after appearing almost like identical twins for the last 18 months, the latest set of financial results from BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto see them their styles diverging.
Analysts are nervous about a 9% rise in Newcrest’s net debt, which could force the miner to sell new shares later in the year to shore up its balance sheet.
The dispute between Nautilus Minerals and Papua New Guinea over the Solwara 1 project continues, with Nautilus terminating PNG's ownership rights and seeking damages.
Over-dependence on Australia has left Indian steelmakers exposed to price spurts in the world’s biggest producing nation.
Major copper producers have been involved in ‘early stage discussions’ on the Carrapateena project in South Australia, says CEO Terry Burgess.
The global miner surprised investors with a 15% dividend hike after reporting a huge jump in second-half profit on Thursday.
Chief Executive Terry Burgess, who has led the company for the past five years, said he planned to stay on for up to a year to ensure an orderly transition.
The company has halted mining at its Kayelekera operation to cut costs after prices by more than half since the Fukushima disaster.
The company has slammed Clive Palmer over his attempts to halt its long delayed and over-budget Sino Iron project in Australia.
Actual mining of gold-bearing ore will cease in around 5 years, though processing of ores already dug up and stockpiled has been extended from 2021 to 2029.
The drop was largely due to weaker demand from China and the aftermath of a late December cyclone that closed the port's anchorage for nearly 3 days.
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