Wednesday, July 6, 2022
In a large open cut mine, you will often find 300+ tonne trucks running in multiple directions on haul roads, together with a mix of light vehicles and ancillary equipment. This means that...
Arguments and counter arguments are heating up over the Chile’s Glacier Protection Bill. The bill’s history is chequered and has seen many twists and turns over the past few years and now, according to press...
Coal powered the industrial revolution. But now, it is slowly losing steam in the 21st century in the west. China, has increased its consumption five folds in the last 20 years. The rest of...
Automation is often seen as a key enabler for the mining industry. Many analysts think in a post-COVID-19 world, it will be assume a central role in planning for the future of mining.
Last week, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order. It was about securing the future supply of critical minerals such as 'rare earth' minerals. The executive order and the statement following it...
Cornwall, the southwest county in the UK is mostly known for its beautiful beaches. But, recently it drew the attention of people globally for a completely different reason. Redruth, a small town in Cornwall, had something...
You use your mobile phone every single day. But have you stopped to wonder where some of the elements used in the batteries that power it come from? Cobalt is one such element...
Tesla, one of the world’s biggest vehicle and energy companies, was in the headlines this week because it joined the Fair Cobalt Alliance (FCA). Mining giant Glencore, just a few days ago, announced...
This blog is about a training programme that caught our eye. It takes place in Brazil. And involves some of the big names is mining and technology (two topics that we care passionately...