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Carmichael coal mine project, Australia Restricted

Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt has approved the Carmichael project.
1st August 2014
 
CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT

Coal miner donates R450 000 to charity causes on Mandela Day

As a contribution to Mandela Day, on July 18, diversified miner Anglo American’s Coal Business invested R450 000 in upliftment projects for vulnerable people in the Johannesburg area.
1st August 2014
 
MATERIALS HANDLING

The world’s longest overland conveyor being built at Sasol Mining’s Shondoni shaft

A landmark project currently being undertaken by mining equipment manufacturer Sandvik Mining Systems is the overland conveyor for Sasol Mining at its Shondoni shaft in Secunda. When completed it will be the longest conveyor of its type anywhere...
1st August 2014
 
SHALE ENERGY

There are serious weaknesses in enviro plans of companies wishing to explore for shale gas – activist

Following the submission of a letter by Treasure the Karoo Action Group (TKAG) to President Jacob Zuma last week, requesting him to declare a fresh moratorium on hydraulic fracturing in South Africa, TKAG CEO Jonathan Deal states that government...
1st August 2014
 
Company Announcement

Terex® Finlay introduce new 893 Tracked Mobile Heavy Duty Screener. PDF Available

The new Terex® Finlay 893 is a highly versatile and aggressive machine engineered and built for working in quarrying, mining, construction and demolition debris, topsoil, recycling, sand, gravel, coal, ore and aggregate applications. This...
31st July 2014
 
COAL

Right Eskom price will trigger R10bn Waterberg coal investment Video Available

A successful bulk sample burn test at Majuba power station has opened the way for Waterberg coal to be used at Majuba power station in Mpumalanga. As part of the feasibility and technical work the ASX- and JSE-listed Waterberg Coal Company has...
30th July 2014
 
IRON-ORE

NSL restarts beneficiation plant in India

ASX-listed junior NSL Consolidated has restarted its dry beneficiation plant in India, with first iron-ore sales expected before the end of the September quarter. In May this year, NSL announced a two-phase plan for its dry beneficiation plant...
30th July 2014
 
VANADIUM

Vanadium a viable option at Mozambique project – Syrah

A scoping study by ASX-listed Syrah Resources has placed an $80-million price-tag on the development of a vanadium operation at its Balama graphite and vanadium project, in Mozambique. The scoping study assumed that the project would produce some...
30th July 2014
 
URANIUM

Four Mile shipment delayed

The first uranium shipments from the Four Mile project, in South Australia, have been delayed by a month until at least mid-September owing to limited availability of maritime transport. The Four Mile project was officially opened in June this...
30th July 2014
 
Company Announcement

Terex® Finlay introduce new 893 Tracked Mobile Heavy Duty Screener PDF Available

The new Terex® Finlay 893 is a highly versatile and aggressive machine engineered and built for working in quarrying, mining, construction and demolition debris, topsoil, recycling, sand, gravel, coal, ore and aggregate applications. This...
29th July 2014
 
COPPER

Miner Grupo Mexico Q2 profit rises 74% to $509m

Mexican metals miner and railroad operator Grupo Mexico said on Monday its second-quarter profit rose 74% compared with the same period last year, as the company's mining, transport and infrastructure divisions all showed solid gains. Grupo...
29th July 2014
 
IRON-ORE

Winmar has three viable transport options for Hamersley product

Iron-ore developer Winmar Resources has identified three economically viable transport options for its Hamersley project, in Western Australia. The purpose of the transport study, which was launched in April following a positive mine gate scoping...
29th July 2014
 
 
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