The growth of Mineral Resources’ (MinRes) Utah Point hub in Western Australia saw the company enjoy improved second quarter iron ore production levels.
Fortescue Metals Group continues to uplift its Australian iron ore operations after the company enjoyed record second quarter and first half ore shipments.
Iron ore is bouncing back to start 2022, with seaborne prices reaching three-month highs last week. But will the surge remain, or is it just a flash in the pan for the commodity giant?
Iron ore is enjoying a positive start to 2022 as seaborne prices surpassed $US130 ($178.5) per dry metric tonne (dmt) for the first time in three months this week. Read more
Steelmakers are becoming more discerning on their path towards a net-zero future, and low grade or less sustainable iron ore producers risk being left out in the cold.
Fortescue has entered into an agreement with the Gabon Government to study the potential of the Belinga iron ore project in the African nation.
Fortescue Metals Group is exploring new sales avenues for its iron ore after inking a preliminary deal with Australian technology company GLX Digital to trial its GLX Connect trading platform.
Mineral Resources (MinRes) and Hancock Prospecting have teamed up to investigate the development of a new iron ore export facility at Port Hedland’s South West Creek in Western Australia.
A rise in iron ore prices has been marred by the advent of emergency restrictions on Chinese steel producers in Tangshan – one of the country’s primary steelmaking hubs.
Magnetite Mines hopes to enhance the energy capacity of its Razorback iron ore project in South Australia after applying for a 132,000-volt transmission line to be built from Robertstown to the operation.