Australia, US strengthen bilateral cooperation on critical minerals

Officials from Australia and the United States have agreed to launch a joint action plan aimed at improving the resilience and diversity of global...

Rio Tinto could close its ISAL smelter due to lack of profitability

Rio Tinto will launch a strategic review of the ISAL smelter in Iceland in an effort to improve its competitive position. ISAL has been operating...

Fortescue’s Eliwana project delivers $1bn boost to Aussie businesses

Fortescue Metals Group has announced that businesses across Western Australia and Australia have benefitted from A$1 billion in contracts awarded as part of its...

Fortescue opens new office in Shanghai

Iron ore miner Fortescue Metals Group has officially opened its new office in Shanghai with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by CEO Elizabeth Gaines and a...

New office to transform Australia into an international powerhouse in the supply of critical...

Resources and Northern Australia Minister Matt Canavan has announced the opening of a new Critical Minerals Facilitation Office, tasked with growing Australia’s critical minerals sector...

Rio Tinto to restart operations at Richards Bay Minerals in South Africa

Rio Tinto has announced that it would be resuming operations at Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) in South Africa that were curtailed in early December...

Australia’s resources and energy exports to soar in 2019-20, according to report

A new report produced by the Office of the Chief Economist within the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, predicts that Australia’s resource and...

BP, Chevron to invest in new exploration activities in SA

BP and Chevron have unveiled plans to invest a total of $116.5 million in oil and gas exploration activities in South Australia following their...

NOPSEMA approves Equinor’s environment plan for exploratory petroleum drilling

The National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) announced that it has accepted Equinor’s environment plan for exploratory petroleum drilling activity in...

BHP’s CTO to step down in early 2020

BHP has announced that its Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Diane Jurgens, will leave the company early next year. Ms Jurgens, who joined BHP in 2015...
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