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Australia is leading the charge towards greener and safer gold production, with new technology for an environmentally superior gold recovery process.
Following successful industry trials, Australia’s national science agency CSIRO, will transfer its cost-effective and cyanide-free gold recovery ‘Going for Gold’ process technology to Australian company, Clean Mining Limited.
For Independence Group (IGO), being at the forefront of technological change is paying dividends, with the company utilising a raft of alternate approaches to their diversified mine sites.
IGO recently shifted its focus toward minerals involved in battery production, with its world class Nova operation producing high grade nickel, copper and cobalt, while also holding a 30% stake in the Tropicana Gold Mine.
The Gold Industry Group is proud to partner with Austmine 2019: Mining Innovation – The Next Horizon to be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 21 to 23 May.
Technological innovations have triggered industry transformations throughout the ages – most notably by the increasing implementation of autonomous vehicles, from mine site haul trucks to mine-to-port ore trains.
According to EY’s recent report, traditional mining jobs are being redesigned by the introduction of new technologies across all levels of the industry.
Future of Mining Australia returns to Sydney with a focus on technology, development and sustainability.
The Gold Industry Group is an industry partner of the Future of Mining Australia conference, which will address the long-term goals of the industry by bringing together an advisory board of leading mining experts and new talent, from 25 to 26 March 2019.
The Gold Industry Group had the pleasure of sitting down with Jeff Brown, Principle of Innovation and Technology at Northern Star Resources to talk about all things innovation, and a more detailed perspective on one element - preparing for an automated future.
Newcrest Mining recently held its second Newcrest Crowd online challenge, Get 2 the Core, encouraging problem solvers to tackle a complex mining problem by providing a real business challenge, data sets and opportunities for ongoing partnerships.
This year's Diggers & Dealers saw near-record numbers with a strong gold presence and a focus on emerging discoveries and the future of mining.
Read the Gold Industry Group's highlights from the 27th year of Diggers & Dealers.
At last month's luncheon, WA Mining Club attendees were treated to an update on the Gruyere Gold Project with Gold Fields Australia and Gold Road Resources.
First discovered in 2013, the Gruyere Gold Project site lies 25 kilometres north-east of Gold Road Resources’ original Yamarna belt discovery, and is predicted to be a low-cost, long-life project over the next 13 years – far exceeding the shelf life of most existing Australian mine sites.
This year's Diggers & Dealers was the most optimistic in years with more than 2100 delegates descending on Kalgoorlie for mining's biggest annual event.
Although a light was shining on gold and exploration budgets have grown, it was clear that more investment in exploration is needed to ensure the future of the sector.
The Gold Industry Group recently hosted an event with Deloitte to welcome their senior mining leaders from around the globe, from 12 cities in eight countries, to Perth as part of their global mining summit.
Around 100 Gold Industry Group members, Deloitte mining leaders and clients attended the networking event at The Perth Mint to discuss the future of mining, both here and globally.
Australian mining and civil construction firm BGC Contracting Pty Ltd has been announced as Australian Mining’s Contract Miner of the Year.
The award recognises BGC Contracting’s collaborative approach to improving efficiencies at Cliffs Natural Resources Koolyanobbing, resulting in savings of more than $100 million over three years.
A unique initiative has been launched today to give Resolute Mining Limited shareholders the opportunity to receive dividend payments in gold.
Resolute has today announced a dividend of 1.7c per share following the adoption of an innovative gold sales-linked dividend policy. Their partnership with The Perth Mint will provide shareholders with the opportunity to receive dividend payments in gold.
The Gold Industry Group has announced a long-term, community engagement project in Perth expected to attract millions of students, tourists and families.
The virtual Heart of Gold Discovery Trail and gold panning activity in Elizabeth Quay will provide a fun and interactive way for visitors to learn about Western Australia’s storied gold industry and its importance to our economy.