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  • Spring 2017

    Spring 2017

    QLD Mining & Energy Bulletin (QMEB) communicates through print, digital & social media to a combined readership of 82,500 industry key decision makers.

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  • Australasian Mine Safety Journal Issue 30 Spring 2016

    Australasian Mine Safety Journal Issue 30 Spring 2016

    Australasian Mine Safety Journal is Australia's leading mining safety publication. Spring 2016 covers key issues such as disaster management, managing fatigue and mining safety innovations.

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  • Four years of losses shut down mine

    Four years of losses shut down mine

    A struggling mineral processor collapsed after losing more than $23.5 million. Elmore recently appointed KPMG restructuring director Clint Joseph as well as turnaround partners Matthew Woods and...

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  • Six FIFO deaths end mining giant’s fatality free streak

    Six FIFO deaths end mining giant’s fatality free streak

    An accident involving multiple remote workers has set back a major mineral company. Rio Tinto recently confirmed its five year fatality free streak is over, following a fly-in fly-out plane crash...

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  • Bowen Basin coal equipment sells ‘above’ book value

    Bowen Basin coal equipment sells ‘above’ book value

    Mine machinery attracted higher than expected offers in Central Queensland. Macmahon recently exited a substantial portion of its mobile equipment fleet at Anglo American’s Dawson South Coal Mine...

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  • Heavy vehicle workers pinned under more than a tonne of weight

    Heavy vehicle workers pinned under more than a tonne of weight

    Two truck employees became crushed under extremely heavy loads. Authorities recently investigated two cases where a heavy vehicle cab and bundle of steel pinned workers. The first incident...

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  • Global resources company switches to 100 per cent renewable

    Global resources company switches to 100 per cent renewable

    A mining multinational will transition away from fossil fuels in less than six years. Vale recently confirmed it would only use environmentally friendly energy across all mine sites worldwide....

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  • Mining giant orders electric heavy vehicles

    Mining giant orders electric heavy vehicles

    A major mineral producer will roll out environmentally friendly technology at a $3 billion project. Mineral Resources (MinRes) recently approved purchasing one of its largest Komatsu E1850-3...

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  • Employer confirms potential second coal mine sale

    Employer confirms potential second coal mine sale

    A major mineral producer could start selling part of two Central Queensland operations. Whitehaven Coal recently revealed it would consider divesting significant stakes in its newly acquired...

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  • Worker collapses, dies in poorly ventilated space

    Worker collapses, dies in poorly ventilated space

    An employee suffered a deadly fall in suffocating conditions. A 3.8 metre deep chamber had inadequate and untested air circulation when a crew member fatally collapsed. Authorities recently...

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  • Resources multinational spends almost $2B on coal mine

    Resources multinational spends almost $2B on coal mine

    A global mineral producer made a major investment in one of its operations. BHP recently awarded a $1.9 billion tender to Thiess Australia. The successful contractor will spend another six years...

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  • Heavy vehicle operator runs over ute blocking its path

    Heavy vehicle operator runs over ute blocking its path

    A mine worker learnt the hard way not to park in a way that prevents other vehicles from entering and exiting. An operator recently thought it was a good idea to park his utility vehicle less than...

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  • Mining giant accelerates ‘safe’ automation

    Mining giant accelerates ‘safe’ automation

    A resources multinational will work with new partners to fast-track autonomous mineral production. Rio Tinto recently approved an initial $14.4 million in funding to make global operations safer...

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  • Authority ‘satisfied’ with coal landslide response

    Authority ‘satisfied’ with coal landslide response

    A struggling mining company is unlikely to be penalised after large volumes of product became scattered across a nearby town. Authorities recently revealed they would not fine Wollongong Resources...

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  • Major funding turns $26B mega mine into ‘reality’

    Major funding turns $26B mega mine into ‘reality’

    A Pilbara ‘killer’ resources project will proceed after securing crucial finance. Investors recently approved $15 billion (A$22.6B) in funding agreements for the $26B Simandou mine, 526km...

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  • ‘Distracted’ heavy vehicle operator fatally pinned

    ‘Distracted’ heavy vehicle operator fatally pinned

    An inattentive truck worker passed away from serious crush injuries. Authorities recently examined how a concrete pump operator became pinned by heavy machinery on 2 December 2023. “A truck driver...

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  • $896M coal revival expands in southern Qld

    $896M coal revival expands in southern Qld

    A reopening mine has grown thanks to newly completed work. New Hope Corporation (NHC) recently confirmed it would soon enter new territory at its $896 million New Acland Coal Stage 3 Expansion,...

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  • Employer rolls out first Qld automated production line

    Employer rolls out first Qld automated production line

    A major mining company introduced new autonomous technology to a Central Queensland operation. Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) recently launched a new automatic assembly line at its electrolyser...

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  • Central Qld coal operations exited for $300M

    Central Qld coal operations exited for $300M

    Two underground mines are under new management in Queensland’s Isaac region. Stanmore Resources recently confirmed it would purchase the remaining half stake in the Eagle Downs Coal Mine and the...

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  • Coal employees win unfair dismissal case

    Coal employees win unfair dismissal case

    A mineral producer unreasonably terminated work agreements and outsourced roles, a court found. A Federal Court judge recently ruled that Peabody Energy crew members unjustly lost their jobs...

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