China has surpassed Australia to recoup its position as the world’s top gold producing country at the end of the September quarter.
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.
New Hope Group is buoyed by the steadfast demand for coal in Asia, which the company says will sustain its assets going forward.
Rio Tinto has reduced its guidance for iron ore shipments from Western Australia after contending with labour shortages and development delays during the September quarter.
The 2021 Deloitte WA Index paints a strong picture of the economic gains achieved by the state’s mining companies. Nickolas Zakharia writes.
As the build-up continues to the pandemic-delayed UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), all eyes – and hopefully all agendas – are on how to reach net-zero carbon emissions.
The Federal Government has approved Whitehaven Coal’s Vickery extension project in New South Wales, which will see an additional 135 million tonnes of coal produced at the site over a 30-year mine life.
Port Hedland’s exports have dropped to six-month lows in August amid weakening iron ore prices and simmering demand from China.
KPMG has identified structural shifts between major mineral producing nations as a major risk for Australia’s resources sector.