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Providing Support for the Complete Equipment Lifecycle
When Byrnecut Group brought a fleet of Cat® underground trucks and loaders into its operations at DeGrussa Copper-Gold mine in Western Australia, those machines came with the full support of Cat dealer Westrac. From training operators to managing warranties to providing on-site support, Westrac has been instrumental in the success of these machines and the mining operation overall.
Underground: How to Improve Production & Operator Safety
Underground mines can be challenging and dangerous environments. Miners face a lack of fresh air, poor ventilation ad potential cave-ins as they work to access ore. Mining companies work diligently to ensure the safety of these workers, but dangers still exist. In this video, we’ll discuss the best way to protect underground workers: Removing them from the environment altogether. Using technologies like Cat MineStar™ Command for underground, miners can perform loading and dumping activities while located safely away in a remote operating station. In addition to improving safety, autonomous mining also delivers productivity improvements thanks to more accurate tunnel navigation and reduced downtime due to damage from contact with drive walls. We’ll hear a success story from a customer who is using Command for underground at a copper-gold mine in Australia.
Underground Mining and Live Process Plant
Site Skills Training a fully owned subsidiary of Site Group International, has the capabilities to build fully immersive training environments to suit the needs of your organisation. This video showcases an underground and open cut mine as well as a safe live process plant, which clients use to deliver a range of highly technical training courses, allowing them to decrease training required onsite and increasing efficiency. Contact us today to find out more about building a custom training environment at one of our facilities to suit your organisation needs.
Interview: Dale Rogers - Centennial Mining Limited
This interview was filmed at 121 Mining Investment Hong Kong – 17-18 October 2017 – connecting 50 mining company management teams with 200 institutional investors from Hong Kong, Greater China and the APAC region for two days of 1-2-1 investor meetings and market intelligence gathering. To find out more about 121 events, visit www.weare121.com
PYBAR Corporate Video
PYBAR Mining Services - Underground Mining Contractors. As leaders in underground mining, this video shows some of the services PYBAR offers. For more information visit our website at pybar.com.au
Ironbark Zinc demonstrates 'proof of concept that derisks the project in a very big way'
Jonathan Downes, managing director of Ironbark Zinc Ltd (ASX:IBG), speaks to Proactive Investors about development of the Citronen Zinc-Lead Project in northern Greenland, as the emerging producer announces hitting the milestone of demonstrating shipping access. A mining services agreement is in place with Byrnecut Group, and ground works are underway at site. Ironbark Zinc is furthermore conducting test work to asses the potential for economic levels of germanium.
Mark Brown of Avrupa Minerals Likes Where the Gold Price is At
At the recent Canadian Investor Conference, held in Vancouver on May 31 and June 1, the Investing News Network (INN) caught up with Mark Brown, director at Avrupa Minerals (TSXV:AVU), to chat about what the company has been doing at its various projects and to find out what it's like to operate in Europe. Most recently, Avrupa released further drill results from its Slivovo project in Kosovo, with one hole intercepting 30 meters of 6.92 g/t gold and 16.2 g/t silver. Prior to those results, the company reported 126 meters of 6 g/t gold, which Brown said was "basically hitting it out of the park." "We had been trying to follow up and drill around that, and last month we announced another 30 meters of just over 6 g/t gold. So the challenge now is to make it a little bit bigger, and we’ve got a pretty big drill program going on there right now," he explained. "The current drilling is to expand this deposit and really understand it. We haven’t done a lot of base work there, so we are going to drill another 3,000 meters to try and expand it, and we are stepping out from those holes where we’ve already hit. We expect it to be complete at the end of August, so we will be drilling there all summer." The company's joint venture partner, Byrnecut International, just earned a 51-percent stake in Silvovo, and will continue funding the next phase to earn a 75-percent interest. Brown said that what is great about Byrnecut is that it's a mining contractor with workers who know their stuff. "They are actually a mining contractor. They build mines, they do planning for them and they put them into production, so they are already asking the kinds of questions like, 'how would the pit be built? Where would we put the mill? Where would we put tailings?' And we are still drilling, we only discovered this thing six months ago, so we’ve got a lot of work to do ... as far as partners go, they are fantastic," he said. Avrupa also has other joint venture partners on its bigger projects in Northern and Southern Portugal. "So in Northern Portugal we have Blackhealth Resources (TSXV:BHR) that has earned into our Covas tungsten project, and they’ve actually just recently put out a resource with really nice, high-grade tungsten there. It’s small, but it is part of some other projects they have got there, and [they] have done very well at getting investors and funding that project. Our guys are the operators there and we are busy with that, so we will see what they are going to do as the next stage." In Southern Portugal, Avrupa is partnered with Antofagasta (LSE:ANTO), and Brown said to date they have hit some very high-grade copper, lead and zinc. At this point, "Antofagasta is at kind of a crossroads ... deciding what they want to do on the next stages. There are a lot of different options there, they could do a lot more drilling, they could sell the project. We are trying to get them to hurry up and decide so we can get going because we are very excited about that project." Given that all Avrupa's projects are located in Europe, INN was curious to hear what it's like to operate there. Brown said that while some jurisdictions are not favorable, the areas Avrupa has chosen to work in all have a long history of mining and want mining to contribute to employment and the economy. Finally, INN asked Brown the golden question: "what's going on with the gold price?" "The gold price, I really like where it’s at, I just want to see it stabilize. That’s all we need. It’s relatively high historically. A lot of people want it to go up to get the retail investors back to this kind of market, but we just need it to be stable and we will make money for our shareholders by making these discoveries and expanding what we have already hit. Avrupa has got a lot of great things going on — we made two major discoveries in the last year, so that’s been very exciting and we’ve got a lot of drilling going on," Brown said.
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Where do you see the mining industry in the next 2-3 years - A Business Improvement Perspective.
Antonlugi Gozzi speaks to Mining IQ about where he sees the mining industry in the next 2-3 years in terms of business improvement. You can also join Mining IQ - a free industry portal and content centre for mining professionals. Visit www.MiningIQ.com, or follow us on Twitter @MiningIQ
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From the Archives: The Big Australian, Telfer Gold Mine
In the 1980s, Australian actor Bill Hunter was the face of BHP's "Big Australian" campaign that opened the minds of a generation of Australians to the company's transformation into a resources group of truly global standing. In this ad, Bill talks about the Telfer Gold Mine in Australia.
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