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Haile Gold Mine Invests in Employee and Community Development with Immersive Technologies Training Solution

12th February 2024 Throughout the production and exploration of the Haile Gold Mine, OceanaGold has remained committed to the safety of their employees, the environment, and the local community. Their investment in an Immersive Technologies operator training solution supports their strategy to maximize mining... 

Sandvik Rock Processing Solutions enabling positive disruption

5th February 2024 Eco-efficient rock processing solutions provider Sandvik Rock Processing Solutions is playing a key role in embracing the power of positive disruption in the African mining industry. Sandvik Rock Processing sales area Africa VP Tarynn Yatras tells Mining Weekly in a video interview at the... 

Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions drives positive disruptions

5th February 2024 Equipment and technical solutions provider Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions has introduced key technological innovations and advancements in Southern Africa to drive positive disruption in mining operations. Speaking to Mining Weekly at the Investing in Mining Indaba, Sandvik Mining and Rock... 

Embracing intelligence in the underground drilling

5th February 2024 The world of underground drilling technology is undergoing a significant transformation. This evolution promises not only enhanced precision and productivity but also a wealth of detailed operational data. Moreover, it offers the potential for safer drilling practices through remote control. One... 
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Woodside to sell $1.4bn stake in key gas project to Jera

Woodside Energy Group to a $1.4-billion deal to sell a 15.1% stake in its flagship Scarborough liquefied natural gas project to Jera Co., Japan’s biggest power producer, as consumers aim to secure long-term supply. The accord includes a $740-million purchase price and reimbursement for... 

Vale fourth-quarter profit falls 35% on higher provisions over dam accident

Brazilian miner Vale reported on Thursday a 35% drop in fourth quarter net profit, missing analyst expectations by almost half, following higher provisions related to its Samarco joint venture and more taxable income. Vale, one of the world's largest iron-ore producers, reported a $2.42-billion... 
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