Articles by Noel Dyson - Page 2 of 8

Gruyere gets going

Gruyere gets going

Gold Road and Gold Fields mark Gruyere opening

Perenti exiting Burkina Faso contracts

Perenti exiting Burkina Faso contracts

Force majeure after deaths, second contract ending

Development

02 DEC 2019
Rio Tinto's Project Tempo maximises railway reliability

Rio Tinto's Project Tempo maximises railway reliability

Rio Tinto created Project Tempo on the back of the success of its AutoHaul autonomous rail programme...

Transport

29 NOV 2019
NRW buys BGC Contracting

NRW buys BGC Contracting

Deal considered "transformational" for NRW

Development

28 NOV 2019
Mineral Resources, Metso JV to plug next-gen crusher

Mineral Resources, Metso JV to plug next-gen crusher

Mineral Resources and Metso are working together to take modular crushing technology further

Comminution

26 NOV 2019
MACA awarded Ravensthorpe contract

MACA awarded Ravensthorpe contract

Mining contractor expected to start work on site in January

Development

21 NOV 2019
AAMEG putting together West Africa mining security, crisis group

AAMEG putting together West Africa mining security, crisis group

Move comes in response to the recent Burkina Faso attack

Investment

19 NOV 2019
Australian learnings applied in Russia

Australian learnings applied in Russia

Lessons learnt at Glencore's McArthur River mine are being used to develop the Ozernoye project

Rio addresses automation's effects on workforce

Rio addresses automation's effects on workforce

Rio Tinto Iron Ore's Chris Salisbury believes miners' concerns about automation can be allayed

Innovation

13 NOV 2019
ExScan laser scanner racking up users

ExScan laser scanner racking up users

A CSIRO-developed flameproof laser scanner is picking up users in Australia and China

Minova turnaround helps boost Orica result

Minova turnaround helps boost Orica result

Orica sees improved performance at one-time problem child

Investment

01 NOV 2019
BHP boosts ethical sourcing

BHP boosts ethical sourcing

Ethical sourcing reportedly means three things at BHP: policy, governance and collaboration