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The COVID menace has done little to dampen enthusiasm for the WA mining sector’s pre-eminent annual conference in Kalgoorlie.
The Middle Kingdom is increasingly trying to self-source its iron ore from scrap and domestic mines rather than seaborne supply. So, what does it mean for Pilbara producers?
CEO Jakob Stausholm says government stimulus in response to ongoing COVID-19 pressures has driven strong demand for the miner’s products at a time of constrained supply.
Investors have backed a $40 million acquisition by newly minted gold miner Capricorn Resources of a two million ounce gold project 280km north-east of Perth.
One of the grand old dames of the WA gold sector is set to get a new life courtesy of a new discovery in the remote East Pilbara.
Aspiring sulphate of potash producer Salt Lake Potash has called a halt on its shares ahead of a production downgrade and likely capital raising for its Lake Way project near Wiluna.
Australia’s peak oil and gas body has told a Federal inquiry that carbon capture and storage has the potential to deliver “step-change” carbon emissions reductions.
Eddy Haegel who is widely credited with turning around the fortunes of BHP’s WA nickel business is moving on and will be replaced by Jessica Farrell.
Mining services company Aquiran has listed at a 25 per cent premium to its issue price after raising $8m in an IPO.
IGO has struck a long-anticipated deal with major shareholder Mark Creasy over his Silver Knight nickel discovery in the Fraser Range.
Rare earths miner Lynas Corporation has reported record sales revenue and receipts in the June quarter.
Burgundy Diamond Mines is chasing cash for an ambitious plan to restart the Kimberley operation and seize on a marketing opportunity left vacant by the closure of the Argyle diamond mine.
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