Mining Industry News by Region

Power is closely tied to a surge of new infrastructure projects and rapid industrialisation across Africa, th significant opportunities still open to the power sector, delegates heard at a briefing for key power sector stakeholders in Sandton this week. Infrastructure spend across Africa will grow at 10% per annum from…
The European Commission is seeking views from citizens, businesses, public administrations and other interested parties on how to fully benefit from 'cloud computing'. Cloud computing enables companies, public administrations and individuals, using networks such as the internet, to access their data and software on computers located somewhere else.
Tata Motors Limited, a leading Global Automobile Manufacturer showcased the new safety technology – Electronic Stability Control (ESCsmart™) for the range of PRIMA and SIGNA trucks at an event in Chennai today. In addition to this, it also offers Automatic Traction Control (ATC) and Hill Start Aid (HSA) safety technology…
BHP celebrated two significant milestones at Olympic Dam with first ore from the high-grade underground expansion into the Southern Mining Area (SMA) and the first copper cathode produced from its heap leach Research and Development trials. Olympic Dam Asset President Jacqui McGill said BHP is taking steps towards unlocking the…
A 2.6 billion-year-old rock has made a journey of almost 14,000 kilometres from Australia’s Pilbara region to London and will go on display at a new exhibition at the Natural History Museum (NHM), opened by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge. The colourfully layered 2.5 tonne rock, a piece of banded…
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