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Rio Tinto did not make a song and dance when it started mining at its Silvergrass project in Australia's Pilbara in August. After getting flak from politicians and competitors alike about its aggressive expansion strategy, the Melbourne-based giant probably thought it prudent not to. At the moment Silvergrass's high grade…
Rio Tinto CEO Sam WalshIron ore fell to a record low on a spot price basis on Monday with the Northern China 62% Fe import price including freight and insurance (CFR) dropping 1.3% to $38.90 a tonne. After a strong recovery from its July low, the steelmaking raw material has…
Aiming to become the premier technology innovation event for the resources sector in Australia, Unearthed Demo Day will showcase some of the sector’s most exciting technology startups and facilitate a conversation about industry’s preparedness for the impact of new technologies. Unearthed Demo Day is the culmination of a year-long national…
Immersive Technologies has released details on improvements their customers are achieving in Western Australia. Among the results reported are improvements in cycle times, production, time between machine failure and savings in training time. Few sectors have been under as much pressure to reduce costs and increase efficiencies as iron ore.…
With Japan finally restarting some of its nuclear reactor fleet (two reactors have come online since August) and China continuing its breakneck reactor build-out (with 29 reactors in operation and 22 under construction), the one commodity in the natural resource space that is actually carrying some positive fundamentals today is uranium.…
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