Ongoing and sophisticated greenfield mineral exploration is vital to the longevity of the mining industry, yet nationally Australia’s mining sector is experiencing a chronic shortage in greenfield investment and the discoveries it has the potential to uncover, according to Western Services Principal Dr Jon Hronsky.

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Greenland?

Working in mining is like playing a team sport, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers Managing Consultant Andrew Talbot.

Assuming the reigns of the World Gold Council (WGC) in January 2009 amidst the worst global economic collapse since the Great Depression, Aram Shishmanian knew he was in for an interesting ride.

Australian mining sits at a crossroads when it comes to innovation and efficiency improvement, according to Schneider Electric Pacific Zone President and Managing Director Gareth O’Reilly.

The very concept of work is being redefined due to changing workforce demographics and rapid advancements in technology, and the Australian mining industry is no exception.

When he retired at the age of 40, Simon Ashton had reached the peak in more ways than one.

Lang Hancock, the man responsible for discovering the Pilbara’s enormous iron ore deposits, undoubtedly left an extraordinary legacy.

Western Australian Chief Scientist Professor Peter Klinken believes the time is now for battery metals.

On February 16 Nev Power officially stood down from the helm of one of the world’s biggest iron ore producers. 

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