After 20 years and 20 million work hours, Fortescue Metals reports its first magnetite production at its Iron Bridge mine in WA, which measured an impressive grade of over 68 per cent iron.
The Western Australian resources industry has achieved $246 billion in sales for 2022, a record for the state.
Anglo American have released its March quarter (Q1) production highlights for the 2023 financial year (FY23).
Iron ore major Fortescue Metals has recorded a strong third quarter (Q3) performance, with big news on its Iron Bridge Magnetite project.
TOMRA Mining’s unique experience in the design and installation of large-scale ore sorting plants and its collaborative approach were the keys to the successful design of the world’s largest lithium sorting plant.
Pilbara Ports Authority delivers 62.1 million tonnes of throughput for the month of March 2023.
BHP and Alkane Resources have released strong quarterly results.
The Onslow Iron project in Western Australia has achieved a major milestone with the launch of a shallow draft and fully enclosed transhipper.
29Metals has chosen two new directors to join its board.
Pilbara Ports Authority has cleared all berthed ships from Port Hedland out to sea as Cyclone Ilsa closes in on WA.
SRG Global has locked in a $55 million infrastructure contract with Fortescue at the Eliwana iron ore mine in WA.
Major miner Rio Tinto injected $15.3 billion in the Australian economy in 2022 by spending more on Australian suppliers.
The Pilbara Ports Authority has reported a throughput of 54.8 million tonnes (Mt) of material for February 2023, a five per cent increase over the same period last year.
Federal Minister for Resources Madeleine King has affirmed Australia’s position as a world leader in the lithium sphere.
A tiny radioactive capsule travelling from a Rio Tinto mine has been lost in Western Australia – but what does a mine do with radioactive capsule in the first place?
An iron ore mine in the Northern Territory’s Roper Valley has been stabilised following a payment of more than $400,000 to a contractor ahead of the wet season.
Fortescue, one of the five largest iron producers in the world, expects renewables to “play a very big part of our overall earnings in the future”.