New Gold Coast engineering company, Proof, is putting its stamp of approval on mining road networks after helping to achieve fleet efficiency and environmental sustainability. With experts in haul road performance and optimisation, Proof Engineers specialises in road stabilisation and performance monitoring, ensuring reduced maintenance and increased longevity and safety of haul roads.
Mongolia’s Gobi Desert unleashes extreme challenges under adverse conditions, contests that are providing Australia’s GW Engineers with opportunities to exhibit their extensive bulk materials handing expertise under the most demanding circumstances.
Expansion plans for the UK office and a new office in Indonesia are contributing to CSA’s global strategy. The geological, mining and management consulting company has more than 25 years industry experience in mineral commodities.
In future, mining companies will have to invest more heavily in environmental protection and safety in order to maintain long-term profitability, said a senior manager of a mining services company.
An innovative new service has been launched to help Western Australian infrastructure and resource projects cut through the regulatory clutter to achieve project approvals in a timely and cost-effective manner.
GBI’s award-winning human factors engineering process OPTIDRAG™ looks set to take the mining and engineering world by storm when it is released internationally later this year.
The milling/grinding area is traditionally known as “the heart of the plant”. So, when it comes to preparing its installation a great deal of planning is required.
Australia risks rapid erosion of its world-leading mining knowledge and skills base, the foundation of a $A40 billion technology and services (MTS) sector, by selectively targeting the mining industry with new tax measures.
Australia’s resources houses have been urged to checklist how culture shapes China’s way of doing business in order to attract Sino project partners by business consultancy Kimberley Global.
Mining consulting firm Snowden recently appointed a mining specialist to ensure that it remains at the forefront of resource and reserve evaluation. Jean-Michel Rendu spoke to The Australian Journal of Mining about joining Snowden at an exciting time of expansion in both new geographical regions and new areas of expertise.
Although producers of bulk commodities curtailed spending in response to the commodity price falls during the peak of the global financial crisis, they continue to provide the base load of work in Australia.
Geographical Information Systems (GIS) have long played a vital role in the mining industry. Visualisation and accessibility of information is paramount to effective decision making.
Global professional services consultancy Coffey and the Port of Brisbane Corporation (PBC) have been awarded for their joint work in engineering.
Phillip Byard, an InterSafe Group consultant, said workplace ‘Zero Harm’ policies distract employers from the most important safety issues.
With the current business volatility many executives are struggling to design and implement strategies for longer term success.
Engineering and construction company Clough announced on September 15th that the Kellogg Joint Venture Group (KJVG) has been awarded a contract for the Gorgon project.
Professional and technical services firm GHD has increased the strength of its mining business through a strategic merger with SMG Consultants.
The NSW Government announced amendments to the special conditions of BHP Billiton's Exploration Licence (EL), related to its Caroona EL area.
Based on feedback from readers to our story on coal mining extraction techniques in the previous edition of The AJM, we continue our overview and provide more detail on certain methods. We also cover the equipment employed in strip mining operations.
When mining optimisation expert Tim Horsley can’t identify significant and practical operational improvements to save his client money, he stops work.