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Diplomatic squabble between Beijing and Canberra crashes coke imports into China

The weighted average price of premium low-volatility solid coking coal on the world market has increased by $ 18.50 per tonne, or 13 percent, to $...

Australian Fortescue joins the race for green hydrogen

Australian mining tycoon Andrew Forrest outlined ambitious plans on Wednesday to create a renewable energy business....

China diversifies coal imports by ditching Australian goods

Australia's threats to investigate the causes of the coronavirus have prompted a response from China, which is systematically reducing imports of...

Tensions rise between China and Australia over commodity trade

Prolonged trade severity could damage Australia's economy...

Australian dollar lost about a percent against the US dollar due to China's refusal to import coal

Analysts believe the Australian dollar should be supported by strong financial stimulus from Australia....

China plans to ban coal imports from Australia for political reasons

The PRC authorities issued an unspoken order banning the country's state-owned companies from buying coal from Australia, which could bring down the...

Australia sends troops to contain virus on bulk carrier near Port Hedland

An outbreak of coronavirus recorded on one of the bulk carriers in Port Hedland has not yet affected the shipments of ore from the largest trading...

Australia to help Europe diversify lithium imports

The fastest growing market in the world for the production and consumption of electric vehicles has one significant drawback - almost complete...

Australian aborigines fired boss of world's largest mining company

Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sebastian Jacques resigns after a targeted rock explosion that destroyed Aboriginal sacred caves....

The largest mining company in the world disposes of coal assets

steam coal, which is mined in the career of the Mt Arthur, in the last years became the reason for the attacks by environmental activists on mining...

Australia launched an investigation into the destruction of "sacred caves" in the Pilbara by Rio Tinto

CEO of Rio Tinto has apologized to the aborigines for the destruction of their sacred caves in Western Australia and agreed to cooperate with the...

The natives refused to accept Rio Tinto after the blasting of their sacred caves in the Pilbara

Largest mining company, Australia may face the hostility of the indigenous population after the capacity expansion of iron ore mines in the gorge...

Rio Tinto destroyed the sacred caves of the aborigines in Western Australia

One of the destroyed caves in the gorge Juukan, Western Australia - one of the earliest places inhabited by aborigines in Australia....

Spee3D causes the copper on various surfaces, creating an anti-virus coating

the Results showed that 96% of coronavirus COVID-19 on the copper-plated surface was destroyed in two hours and 5 hours - 99,2%...

Siemens refused to comply with the requirements of Greta Thunberg

the Environmental activists said that will force the German company to choose the "right side of history" and cease to fulfil their commitments on...

Volkswagen will pay a record fine in Australia over the scandal with the emissions

Volkswagen acknowledged fraud in the software, designed to check the emission of 57 000 vehicles imported to Australia in the period from 2011 to...

Rio Tinto will invest USD 749 million in iron ore mine in Western Australia

the Company decided to abandon the transportation of ore in dump trucks, and instead build a 13-kilometre pipeline....

The island with the largest Deposit of copper on the planet votes for independence

In Bougainville, where it obtained 7 percent of the world's total copper ore, is home to 230 million people, and yet the island is part of the state...

Australian police fined the tourist $ 2,200 for inciting

Tourist wanted to boil a Cup of tea on a small fire in the region where raging catastrophic forest fires....

Australian journalists take offense at the head of Liberty Steel

Local media believes Sanjeev Gupta's comments about Australia's business elite show a new level of hypocrisy....

Australia allocates money for new technologies in the mining industry

Australia is establishing A $ 12.5 Million Mining Research Center....

Steel & Tube fined $ 2 million

NZ Metallurgical Company receives sanction for steel certification fraud...

Bryah Resources and OMM to jointly search for manganese in Western Australia

The JV will own what is considered the largest historically explored manganese mine, Horseshoe South Manganese, in Washington state....

Australia wants to streamline extractive sector regulation

The Australian Productivity Commission will conduct a 12 month study to streamline regulation in the natural resource development sector....

Australian Resolute Mining will buy Toro Gold for $ 274 million

Toro Gold's flagship asset is the low-cost, highly profitable Mako Gold mine in Senegal....

BHP Provides $ 400 Million to Reduce Pollution from Its Operations

CEO Andrew McKenzie has announced plans to more closely align company pay with environmental goals....

KFC Indonesia Launches Steel Drinking Straw

Stainless steel drinking straws are marketed as an environmentally friendly substitute for plastic counterparts, but can be very dangerous to users....

Nyrstar announces force majeure at Port Pirie lead plant

Nyrstar ceased production at its lead and zinc plant in Port Pirie, Australia and declared force majeure, a Belgian steel company said Thursday....

Australian Companies Benefit from Rising China-US Tensions

New rare earth mining projects could benefit from tensions in Sino-US relations....

Rio Tinto Capitalization Reaches Record Level Amid Rising Ore Prices

Iron ore prices have strengthened steadily in 2019 as concerns over the supply of raw steel proved to be stronger than the persistent trade tensions...

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