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Carnarvon announces renewable fuels JV, commits to net-zero carbon emissions before 2050

Carnarvon Petroleum Limited has formed a joint venture with climate solutions advisory and investment firm Frontier Impact Group (FIG) to produce renewable diesel and...

Remote WA potash project awarded Major Project Status

Reward Minerals has been granted Major Project Status for its $450 million Lake Disappointment Brine and Sulphate of Potash project, located about 320 kilometres...

Government launches new global resources strategy to help diversify exports

Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt has launched a new global strategy at Townsville that aims to diversify exports and find...

Amira Global welcomes $20m robotics funding

Amira Global has welcomed a $20 million investment by the Western Australian government into the development of a robotics and automation test facility and...

New year, 1000 new jobs in resources

Media Release The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) is urging jobseekers on the hunt for a new career in 2020 to consider the lucrative options in...

WA Government greenlights drilling programme at Artemis’ Radio Hill Mine

The Western Australian Government’s Department of Mines, Industry, Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) has given the go ahead for Artemis to begin drilling at its...

OZ Minerals to go ahead with development of SA’s second biggest mine

OZ Minerals has green lighted the development of a $916 million copper mine in South Australia- the second biggest in the state. The Carrapateena copper...

Australia releases its first Naval Shipbuilding Plan

The Australian Government has released the highly anticipated Naval Shipbuilding Plan, outlining the nation’s largest ever programme of naval shipbuilding and sustainment. Defence Minister Marise...

Australia Pacific LNG announces start of operations from second train      

Australia Pacific LNG has announced the start of production from the second train at its Curtis Island facility near Gladstone. The company, which began LNG...

Samarco to stay shut, BHP to cut 40% of workforce via voluntary redundancies

BHP Billiton has announced that it plans to cut 40% of its workforce at the Samarco iron ore operation in Brazil through voluntary redundancies. The...
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