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Australia expands list of critical minerals for energy transition

The Australian government has expanded the list of critical minerals deemed crucial to its energy transition and security requirements, adding fluorine, molybdenum, arsenic, selenium, and tellurium. 

Northern Territory reports record-level increase in mineral exploration expenditure

The Northern Territory Government has announced a record increase in mineral exploration expenditure in the September 2023 quarter. 

Queensland to pursue US partnerships to bolster critical minerals sector

Minister for Resources Scott Stewart is set to visit the United States to secure government and industry partnerships that will foster Queensland’s critical minerals sector. 

Australia joins global initiative to enhance greenhouse gas emission accountability

Australia has officially become a member of an international working group dedicated to measuring and verifying greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions within global gas supply chains in a move to bolster emissions reduction integrity.

$134M injection to spark job growth and emission reduction in WA

The Western Australian Government is set to allocate $134 million to revolutionise Western Australia's clean energy sector and foster employment opportunities in the burgeoning green industries.

Tivan and CSIRO join forces to drive TIVAN+ commercialisation

Tivan has solidified a long-term partnership with Australia's national science agency CSIRO, aimed at advancing the development and commercialisation of the TIVAN+ critical minerals processing technology.

Asia Pacific’s first critical minerals facility set to be built in Queensland

CIMIC Group company Sedgman has been selected as the managing contractor for the establishment of a new critical minerals processing facility in Queensland. 

Orica launches new underground blasting technology

Orica has introduced its latest BlastIQ™ Underground technology, which leverages integrated digital solutions to enhance underground blasting performance.

Australia develops world-first heavy minerals mapping tool to aid net zero efforts

Geoscience Australia and Curtin University have developed a new mapping tool to support the discovery of heavy minerals needed for the country’s net zero transition. 

New critical minerals investment spurs sapphire glass manufacturing in Queensland

The Queensland Government is set to invest in Gladstone-based company Alpha HPA to facilitate the manufacturing of sapphire glass used in smartwatches and smartphones from locally produced alumina. 
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