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Underground: How to Improve Production & Operator Safety
 
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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.
Gold, Nickel, diamond, iron ore mines / Dugless 900 conveyor safety & productivity
 
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Australian innovators Dugless Machinery Company have designed & manufactured the patented Dugless 900 for mine site resource facilities. The concept has been 3 years in the development. Since full operation in December 2008 Dugless Machinery Company have been doing on site demonstration's for various large companies in the Pilbara region of Western Australia with resounding success and are looking beyond the boundaries of Australia. Every mine site has processing problem areas where manual handling is the only answer to these issues. This is where the Dugless 900 comes into the picture being the world's shortest remote controlled purpose built machine at only 560mm high. Manual handling can lead to unexpected work place injuries, costing the industry millions of dollars in payouts. Dugless takes out the human factor in this equation. Not only is it safe but it is also productive doing the work of at least 4 employees without shutting down the system thus making money and return on the investment is justified. The current video is only for demonstration purposes. More information and photo's can be forwarded via email if needed or contact our staff via the website.
Views: 8603 dugless7
Queensland Dragline: Moving a 3,000 ton giant in half the time
 
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One of the largest mining companies in Queensland, Australia, faced a major challenge. It needed to move a 3,000-ton dragline excavator from one coal mine to another, almost 100 kilometers away. ‘Walking’ there would have caused significant wear-and-tear on the machine, and not allowed the company to take advantage of scheduled rail network shutdowns required to cross critical infrastructure. Mammoet was able to provide a safe, effective solution to load, move and unload the dragline using Self-Propelled Modular Transporters (SPMTs), ensuring the company did not lose out on productivity for this vital piece of mining equipment.
Views: 30328 Mammoet
Partnering with the Worlds leading Mining Companies
 
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NEPEAN Mining is the chosen partner for high value, innovative and sustainable solutions for the world's leading mining companies. Comprising of NEPEAN Power, NEPEAN Longwall and NEPEAN Conveyors, NEPEAN provides an extensive portfolio of mining products and services, a one stop mining solution. NEPEAN Mining is Australia's largest privately owned supplier of specialised mining equipment. Supporting the Australian mining industry for over 40 years, our expertise includes turn key conveyor systems, complete longwall mining systems, electrical and control systems and surface based methane plants for the extraction and utilisation of gas. NEPEAN works closely with customers to ensure maximum productivity of equipment, supply critical parts and services, and most importantly, achieve the lowest cost of production over the life cycle of the equipment. Capabilities include design, manufacture, installation, service support, operational optimisation and life cycle management of underground and overland equipment and infrastructure. NEPEAN Mining is the chosen partner for high value, innovative and sustainable solutions for the world's leading mining companies. Products & Services: - Fully engineering turn key mining conveyor systems - Complete longwall mining & coal clearance systems - Customised mining electrical and power equipment - Mine methane drainage solutions - Support services for conveyors, longwall and power - Support services for Methane gas extraction Contact: Managing Director - Rolf Van Rooyen Email: [email protected] Phone: +61 2 4647 2715 Mobile: +61 417 213 129 Fax: +61 2 4647 2714 Web: www.nepean.com/mining
Views: 120 NepeanGroup
BCG's Ross Middleton on Productivity in Metals and Mining
 
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BCG's Ross Middleton discusses three main challenges that companies face in the mining industry.
Mine 2017
 
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Stop. Think... Act is PwC’s 2017 annual financial review of the world’s largest Top 40 mining companies.
Views: 638 PwC Australia
AUSTRALIAN MINING DUO ON AUSTRALIA'S NEW MINING LAW - LES DAVIS & DEREK FISHER
 
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Australian mining executives Les Davis (Managing Director, Silver Lake Resources) and Derek Fisher (Moly Mines) lay out the challenges with Australia's new mining law, set to come into effect in summer 2012. Fisher also predicts Australian PM Julia Gillard won't be in office by the summer while Davis describes Australia's continuing strength in tapping mining opportunities worldwide. Interview shot at Cambridge House International's Vancouver Resource Investment Conference 2012 (http://cambridgehouse.com/).
Innovation in mining - strategy and approach
 
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What is holding companies back from taking a systematic approach to innovation?
Views: 516 Deloitte Australia
Technology and Innovation at Gold Fields St Ives
 
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Gold Fields St Ives looked at the bottlenecks that were presented, and realised that they had to implement more technology and innovation to get more production out of their underground mine. St Ives have been working with RCT now for many years, and together, they looked at possible next-level technology opportunities – making sure people are safer and more productive. RCT’s ControlMaster® Surface Solution was commissioned, and St Ives could actually remote from surface during firing times, and people were not in harm’s way and in a safe environment. And with surface remoting, St Ives also found that at the start of the shift they did not have any downtime on their trucks, and there were stockpiles ready to go, so productivity from a trucking point-of-view was also increased immensely. With the utilization of ControlMaster® Guidance System, St Ives operation was able to achieve greater speeds, consistent high production and less damage due to technology which assists in avoiding walls and major obstacles, resulting in even more productivity. St Ives has specified that their next steps with RCT are to look at: Point-to-Point (P2P) – where the operator sits in the cabin, activates a button and then the loader will move from the stockpile into the stope; the operator will take control, load the bucket and essentially press the button again and then the loader will travel back on its own, autonomously on guidance to the stockpile. MultiMachine – have one loader operator on surface remoting two loaders underground from two different levels. With doing so, St Ives anticipate that they will see an even more efficient and safer operation for their underground mine. For more information please visit www.rct.net.au or email [email protected]
Views: 953 RCT
Entrepreneurs’ Programme Customer Story – Northwest Mining Equipment and Technology Services
 
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The Entrepreneurs’ Programme has assisted a number of companies in Tasmania to improve their supply chain capability. https://www.business.gov.au/ep
Views: 617 BusinessGovAu
The next wave of mining innovation - emerging technologies and tools for productivity enhancement
 
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We caught up with Tom Juric from Liebherr-Australia at the 2017 International Mining and Resources Conference IMARC. In this video Tom talks about the next wave of innovation in mining and the technologies and tools that are emerging showing practical and tangible productivity enhancement. Tom also tells us how these tools can be best adopted and utilised in mining operations ensuring value for money and how improvements in mining equipment are contributing to safer mine sites before telling us his thoughts on what the main disruptor for mining will be in 2018. IMARC returns to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre 29 October - 1 November 2018. For more information please visit http://imarcmelbourne.com/
2015 04 16 14 31 Business Process Outsourcing   Where ,How ,What    Why
 
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Rec Tech Solution's Col Levander speaks with Partha Nag about the Value of Business Process Outsourcing ( BPO). Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) for the Recruitment Sector Between quantitative easing in the US, sluggish economic recovery in US and Europe, a mining boom in Australia and Canada that is slowing if not winding down – in this fluid macro - economic scenario, BPO for the recruitment sector is a strategic imperative that now transcends a mere cost focus. Recruitment companies can utilise BPO to enhance profitability and productivity. A well thought BPO strategy for a recruitment firm should include the following factors: Key Factors in making an outsourcing decision • Cost saving should not be the primary driver • Key driver should be productivity • Deployment model preferably incremental instead of broad front roll out Due Diligence • Does the strategic partner have a local presence • Does the strategic partner own the infrastructure (through a subsidiary or similar) or does it sub-contract work to several third parties which are not under it’s direct control • Confidentiality measures – what type of IT and Physical security measures does the strategic partner deploy Cautionary Tale • Outsourcing is not about who is the cheapest vendor • Process flow to outsource should not involve a reinvention of existing business processes just for the sake of the outsourcing • Strategic planning is important so is internal team buy in for the initiative to succeed Value Proposition • Expand service delivery hours by using outsourcing • Retain your best in-house talent by leveraging outsourcing to provide better work life balance to the in-house team • Increase productivity, reduce incremental increase in fixed costs • Remove constraints to growth – office space, additional infrastructure etc • Respond to fluctuating client requirements by leveraging an outsourcing deployment What type of Work Can Be Outsourced • The processes to outsource can range from basic to more complex processes. Basic processes • Maintenance of candidate and client databases. • Cleansing of existing databases • Formatting resumes • Posting candidate updates and notifications on websites and intranet portals • Ad-hoc projects as required Medium to High End processes • Preparation of weekly/fortnightly payroll • Preparation of Accounts Receivable invoices in tandem with payroll processing • Coding of Accounts Payable transactions • Coding of bank statements for month end bank reconciliations and similar • Preparation of monthly management accounts for final review by CFO • Help Desk Information Technology Support • Preparation of tenders/bids in-conjunction with in-house team There are enormous opportunities for recruitment companies to gain a competitive edge through business process outsourcing. The strategic imperative is to use BPO to accelerate organic growth and utilise the company’s in-house team on more client end activities. Strategic Business Alliance (SBA), wspecialise in customised outsourcing solutions for the recruitment sector. Be it a small and niche recruiter or a large listed entity, SBA can assist with a BPO solution that enhances profitability and productivity and staff retention.
Views: 1024 Col Levander
Innovation in mining - driving innovation
 
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How can mining companies drive innovation beyond technology?
Views: 533 Deloitte Australia
Cloud Computing and Mining - Interview with Mining Technology Strategist Gus Ferguson
 
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Gus Ferguson was chief technologist for BHP Billiton for 10 years, headed up IT at General Motors and is currently working with two major Australian miners to define their global infrastructure strategy. Gus is a principal at BEDROCKmg, one of Australia's leading Mining Systems consultancies.
Views: 571 bmgytdev
Goldcorp’s Éléonore | Smarter and Safer Mining
 
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Goldcorp’s Éléonore mine, located in Northern Quebec, Canada, exemplifies the company’s commitment to miner safety. Using the latest technology, including a tracking system for workers and equipment has dramatically reduced rescue and evacuation times. Learn more: http://www.cisco.com/go/mining. Subscribe to Cisco's YouTube channel: http://cs.co/Subscribe.
Views: 1146 Cisco
Pushing Boundaries
 
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NEPEAN Mining is the chosen partner for high value, innovative and sustainable solutions for the world's leading mining companies. Comprising of NEPEAN Power, NEPEAN Longwall and NEPEAN Conveyors, NEPEAN provides an extensive portfolio of mining products and services, a one stop mining solution. NEPEAN Mining is Australia's largest privately owned supplier of specialised mining equipment. Supporting the Australian mining industry for over 40 years, our expertise includes turn key conveyor systems, complete longwall mining systems, electrical and control systems and surface based methane plants for the extraction and utilisation of gas. NEPEAN works closely with customers to ensure maximum productivity of equipment, supply critical parts and services, and most importantly, achieve the lowest cost of production over the life cycle of the equipment. Capabilities include design, manufacture, installation, service support, operational optimisation and life cycle management of underground and overland equipment and infrastructure. NEPEAN Mining is the chosen partner for high value, innovative and sustainable solutions for the world's leading mining companies. Products & Services: - Fully engineering turn key mining conveyor systems - Complete longwall mining & coal clearance systems - Customised mining electrical and power equipment - Mine methane drainage solutions - Support services for conveyors, longwall and power - Support services for Methane gas extraction Contact: Managing Director - Rolf Van Rooyen Email: [email protected] Phone: +61 2 4647 2715 Mobile: +61 417 213 129 Fax: +61 2 4647 2714
Views: 477 NepeanGroup
Falling price of iron ore threatens mining companies | Business
 
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The price of iron ore has fallen by 60% over the past 2 years. That's led to losses for mines and companies who manufacture mining equipment. Those who buy iron ore to make other products have profited from lower Prices. For more go to http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/business/s-1431
Views: 819 DW English
Dan Armour of Joy Mining on Maximizing Mine Productivity by Legeraging 3D Content
 
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Request for more info: http://www.arcweb.com/pages/info-request.aspx Dan Armour of Joy Mining on Maximizing Mine Productivity by Legeraging 3D Content at ARC's 2012 World Industry Forum in Orlando, FL. Reduce Time-to-Profits through Simulation and Modeling Virtual production simulation tools are providing manufac-turers, machine OEMs, system integrators, and others to design and validate production systems, machines, and manufacturing equipment prior to installation and imple-mentation. This is enabling companies to accelerate the production system lifecycle, launch production of their products earlier, and gain critical market presence before their competition. Join this session to see first-hand how companies are using virtual simulation to gain market ad-vantage.
Views: 161 ARC Advisory Group
SYD18 - SeePilot Pitch Demo Day
 
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SeePilot Pitch at Startmate's Sydney Demo Day “Enabling companies to create their own 360o virtual workspaces, improving safety and productivity.” Backgrounds in Mining Engineering and VR Trials with 5 companies Raising $1.2m to refine product and expand client base http://seepilot.com.au/
Views: 119 Startmate
Innovation, Safety and the Future of Mining | Curtin University Lecture
 
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The future of mining, where is it going? Join our four prominent alumni as they lead this conversation and share their expertise on innovation, safety, policy and leadership within the industry. Speakers: - Mr Neil Warburton (Master of Ceremonies), Executive Chairman at White Rivers Exploration - Mr Greg Lilleyman, Director of Operations at Fortescue Metals Group - Dr Vanessa Guthrie, Chairman of the Minerals Council of Australia - Mr Steve Durkin, Managing Director at Safescape Chapter Markers: This Alumni Innovator Series: Innovation, Safety and the Future of Mining was held on Wednesday 31 May 2017 at our Bentley Campus. This video has been closed captioned.
Views: 1362 Curtin University
south africa mining companies
 
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More Mining Equpment Video in: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCODZi6acoXcbt0nQmneh6Og More Details : http://wwa.stonecrushersolution.org/solutions/solutions.html As South Africa loses its mining lustre, these countries As South Africa loses its mining lustre, these countries are waiting to pounce, and some of the region's biggest players Cost control and margin protection in the South 5 Top cost control and margin protection priorities for South African mining and metals companies 1 Cost of labor and labor productivity 2 Escalating electricity and Ikwezi Mining The South African mining industry entered into a new dawn at the turn of the century and Ikwezi Mining plans to be the development company aiming to Australian miners in South Africa The Saturday PaperAustralian miners in South Africa Clearly there is significant profit to be made mining in Africa. While most mining companies may operate in accordance with A brief history of SA's first mining company WeeklyIt is a little known fact that South Africa's very first commercial mining company was established in 1846. The pioneering South African Mining Company was StaffMine International Mining, Engineering, Oil and Gas Mining, Engineering Oil & Gas Employers and mining recruitment agencies subscribe to advertise jobs locally and internationally. Job seekers submit resume, search international engineering and mine jobs in Australia, South Africa, Africa, Canada and other main global mining job destinations for free. Australian Mining Companies Digging A Deadly ICIJSince then, Australian companies have improved, and large mining companies are often cited as leaders. But Australian companies overall still report less than those from countries such as the U.S., Canada and South Africa. South Africa's Gold Mines Face Uncertain Future WSJSouth Africa's gold mining industry must undergo radical change to cope with falling prices, intensifying labor disputes and the surging cost of ever deeper exploration. South Africa's gold mining industry must undergo radical change to cope with falling prices, intensifying labor disputes and the surging cost of ever deeper exploration. Energy & Mining in South AfricaEnergy & Mining South Africa. Menu Both South Africa and Mozambique Eskom has instituted new disciplinary charges against its suspended company secretary SA Mine PwC South Africa SA Mine 6th edition Highlighting trends in the South African mining industry November 2014. Mining companies implement Mining South Africa Jobs March 2018 Indeed.co.za337 Mining South Africa jobs available on Indeed.co.za. Project Administrator, Fitter, Sales Representative and more! Atlantis Mining (SA) (Pty) LtdCurrently, Atlantis Mining offers the following primary services: ? Contract Opencast Mining in South Africa. ? Mine rehabilitation and re instatement.
Views: 4 Xksf13 Bm0
Iron Ore – from mine to port
 
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Our Pilbara operations include a network of 15 mines, 1700km of rail and four separate ports, all supported by our Operations Centre in Perth. Find out more → http://www.riotinto.com/pilbara
Views: 7314 Rio Tinto
DSI Australia - About the company
 
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DSI Underground is Australia’s largest manufacturer and supplier of specialist strata reinforcement and support products to the Coal & Metalliferous underground mining, and civil construction sectors. DSI is also a major exporter of these products to the Asia-Pacific Region. In Australia, the DSI head office and main manufacturing facility is in Newcastle, NSW. Another manufacturing facility is located in Perth to service the Western Australian market. DSI also has branch locations in Kalgoorlie, Mt Isa, and Mackay to further help in servicing customers from across the country.
PwC Mentally Healthy Workplace Productivity Report | Heads Up
 
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Learn how to create a mentally healthy workplace: http://bit.ly/1E0rLgA Follow us on LinkedIn for regular updates: http://linkd.in/1F7IooI A PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) report found that ignoring mental health in the workplace costs Australian businesses around $10.9 billion a year. PwC also identified that every $1 invested in mental health initiatives delivers an average return of $2.30. For many industries the ROI is much higher.
Views: 288012 Heads Up
A Commitment to the Mining Industry
 
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Today, the demand for mined materials is greater than at any other time in history. World development and increased urbanization are driving sustained dependence on minerals, metals and coal. Energy usage is expected to increase significantly in the coming decades—placing even more emphasis on supply, security, cost and environmental impact issues. As the demand for commodities grows, mining companies need a partner to support them in their efforts. A partner who understands the issues important to the mining industry — like safety, sustainability and productivity. And a partner with the equipment, technologies, end-to-end services and solutions to support their operations. Caterpillar is committed to being that partner.
ACRRMH- Mining Industry Mental Health Services
 
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The Australasian Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health is working with forward thinking mining companies to address mental health issues that affect their workforce, reducing productivity and profitability, and increasing the risk of workplace accidents.
Views: 469 crrmhq1
RioTinto's recruitment drive for 6000 new workers
 
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The Master Builders Association is concerned the mining boom is draining skilled workers away from construction projects and believes the mining companies should contribute more to workforce training.
Coal Mining Northern Canada
 
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Coal hauling
Views: 485 Dave Carlson
Demystifying productivity in the context of the 'Millennium Boom' at ANU / Harvard Symposium
 
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Professor Quentin Grafton of the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics, Robin Shreeve of the Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency, Professor Robert Breunig of Crawford School of Public Policy, Dr Jenny Gordon of the Productivity Commission and Dr Steven Kennedy of the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research & Tertiary Education take part in this panel discussion titled 'Demistifying productivity in the context of the 'Millennium Boom''. This panel was part of the Creating a Productive Future ANU / Harvard Symposium on 18 March 2013. 'Creating a Productive Future: Social and economic challenges, policy & governance' was a A Trans-Pacific dialogue jointly hosted by Harvard Kennedy School & Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU. Australia faces many social and economic challenges in sustaining long-term productive growth beyond the mineral resources boom. Whilst the context in the United States differs in important ways, similar challenges are faced. Both share concerns around future economic growth, trends in poverty and inequality, productivity and employment levels, alongside a range of other issues that affect well-being. In this two day symposium, leading researchers from Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University, and the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University and policymakers from the Australian Government come together in a conversation on these issues, and more. Co-Chairs and organisers of this event acknowledge the support provided by the Australian Studies Committee at Harvard University. For more information on the event: http://publicpolicy.anu.edu.au/events/content/more.php?id=8801
Views: 615 ANU TV
DustBoss Dust Suppression increases Companies Productivity
 
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This video shows the effect of using a DustBoss Dust Suppression machines to control harmful dust on a building site. The contractor started with 2 breakers and 1 man on a water hose. Then was told to stop and improve the dust control. Enter the DustBoss DB-60 and production increased 300% to allow 6 breaker to be used. See more DustBoss products at http://www.traxxcp.com.au Email: [email protected]
The Hottest Laptops Coming in 2018
 
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Thanks to Intel for sponsoring this video! Learn more about these laptops LG gram: https://youtu.be/hy5h-bXZDbM Acer Swift 7: https://youtu.be/t1ZJM8ZCzTk Dell XPS 13: https://youtu.be/dgD2pWF_WtM Dell XPS 15: https://youtu.be/sq2KEOL-Ibw Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon: https://youtu.be/gfKmnReKhgk MSI Raider GE63: https://youtu.be/yzsMTMTKnJA
Views: 967611 Linus Tech Tips
A Commitment to the Mining Industry - Chinese (中国版本)
 
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Today, the demand for mined materials is greater than at any other time in history. World development and increased urbanization are driving sustained dependence on minerals, metals and coal. Energy usage is expected to increase significantly in the coming decades—placing even more emphasis on supply, security, cost and environmental impact issues. As the demand for commodities grows, mining companies need a partner to support them in their efforts. A partner who understands the issues important to the mining industry — like safety, sustainability and productivity. And a partner with the equipment, technologies, end-to-end services and solutions to support their operations. Caterpillar is committed to being that partner.
The future of mining
 
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Alan Kohler and the panel discuss the status and future of Arrium and the mining industry in general.
Locata, a true story of impossible technology - Nunzio Gambale
 
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The INNOVATION in AUSTRALIA event: People Making the Difference was held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in December 2011. It showcased innovative Australian companies and demonstrated how an investment in innovation drives the economy, creates jobs, builds productivity and global competitiveness. This video features Nunzio Gambale who openly admits to being an incurable serial entrepreneur. In 2001, Nunzio sold his first success story, Pro Audio Supplies, to start Locata Corporation. Many years, 85 granted patents and a mountain of work later, Locata has launched globally. For more information visit: http://www.ausindustry.gov.au/innovationinaustralia2011 Transcript: http://www.innovation.gov.au/transcripts
Sinking the Heartland
 
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Citizens Against Longwall Mining (C.A.L.M.) express concerns about efforts to mine coal from under their properties in Montgomery County, Illinois. The central and southern part of the state is rich with coal that is now being sought by coal companies. Longwall mining will cause the land to drop by 4 - 6 feet, thus destroying the productivity of some of the richest farmland in the world. For more information see the C.A.L.M. website http://www.citizensagainstlongwallmining.org/
Views: 3172 CyDesignStudio
CRCMining Membership Benefits
 
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CRCMining collaborates with some of the world's largest mining companies and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and top-ranked universities, to deliver practical outcomes to mine sites around the globe. We engage with our industry members to meet the future mining industry need to maximise mining productivity and enhance resource utilisation, safety and sustainability. We provide our members and partners with an innovation solution capability not available to them elsewhere in the world. CRCMining is a unique entity with significant advantage over other research organisations. See the CRCMining website for more information about the benefits of being a member with us http://www.crcmining.com.au/research-with-us/become-a-member/
Views: 72 Mining3 Mining
Opencast mining iron ore. Russia, Murmansk region. GoPro HERO 4 Black. in 4K
 
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More Details : Mining Companies Exploration - Mining - Coal – Iron Ore Atlas Iron Ltd Suspended Production as . Large multi-ton bulldozer wheeled bucket pushing stones. Close-up. Glowing sign on the cab shows the weight of the load in the back in tonnes. Need this . Complete series: The Kachkanar Mining Complex is one of the largest mining companies in Russia's Sverdlovskaya . Originally published on September 7, 2013 A Swedish city is migrating three kilometres east due to fracturing and deformation caused by the iron ore mines .
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Minetec Explainer
 
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Minetec, a member of the Codan (ASX: CDA) group of companies, is an established technology solutions provider to the mining industry. Specialising in underground hard rock mines, Minetec includes in its client base, many industry leading names such as Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Newcrest Mining, Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining. Minetec also engages with industry leading mining contractors such as RUC Cementation and PYBAR. TRAX, SMARTS, SAFE DETECT AND MINE OFFICE are the cornerstone applications which reside on a dynamic, underground, wireless tracking and data communications platform. For more information on the Minetec solution suite visit our website - www.minetec.com.au.
Views: 2500 Minetec
HST Helps Mining be More Productive and Competitive
 
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Pierre Gratton, President of the B.C. Mining Association, says the Harmonized Sales Tax will help mining companies receive more money back on capital equipment purchases. For more information on the HST, visit http://www.gov.bc.ca/hst
Views: 300 ProvinceofBC
Senator Tim Storer on the Trans-Pacific Partnership
 
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Senator Tim Storer (Independent, SA) on the Trans-Pacific Partnership in the Australian Senate on the 15 October 2018. The Australian government did not let its own Productivity Commission examine the TPP deal. For something of such significance, this seems absolutely essential to providing our agreement to the deal. There is the Victorian government's high-level analysis undertaken by Grant Thornton focusing on certain industries for Victoria. Key concerns in that are that the gains in Australia's access to export markets for goods are modest and largely limited to agricultural exports, phased in over long periods. These gains will be outweighed, to some extent, by the altered competitive situation in some markets due to other TPP-11 countries exporting the same products as Australia, which will affect the current gains we have in current free trade agreements with some of the countries in the TPP-11. The above concern about independent modelling and then the likelihood of actual overall positive outcomes from Australia's involvement in the TPP-11 agreement are extremely telling in my consideration of this legislation which is before me. There are also significant issues around the ISDS or investor-state dispute settlement provisions which grant corporations powers to sue government for changes of policy. We should look with great scepticism upon any measures that allow companies to override the democratic rule of sovereign governments. Here in Australia we have had recent experience with the realities of ISDS in free trade agreements. In 2011, cigarette company Philip Morris used the 1993 Australia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement to sue the Australian government over its plain-packaging legislation. We ultimately won the case, but it cost more than $39 million in legal fees and took six years to resolve. And all of this was because the government took action to address the scourge of cigarette use in our community. As of November 2017, there were 819 known cases in which corporations were suing governments through ISDS provisions for damages. Australia and 15 other Asian countries alone have been subject to US$31 billion in claims, and there are currently three known threats of ISDS cases against the Australian government. Of particular concern to Australia should be the large number of ISDS cases related to mining, which were 40 per cent of those launched in 2016. International law firm Ashurst emailed their clients last year after the government announced its Australian domestic gas security mechanism, alerting them to the potential opportunities of using ISDS to challenge the government's policy, stating that: Recent changes to Australian gas export and taxation policy serve as reminders that the protections afforded to investors under investment treaties are not only relevant to investors in emerging markets. Investment treaties are also relevant to investors in modern and developed jurisdictions … that is, Australia. The implication from the email is clear—'If you don't like what the Australian government is doing, why not consider using ISDS provisions to stop them?'
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Who will win PwC's The art of mining competition 2017?
 
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The art of mining is a photography competition that highlights the positive impact the mining community is delivering across the world. Ahead of the 2017 PDAC conference in Toronto, PwC Canada is asking mining companies to use a photograph to answer the question: How is your organization transforming the face of mining through diversity and innovation? Check out highlights from our 2016 The art of mining competition and reception, and stay tuned as we announce this year's winner on March 5, 2017!
Views: 419 PwCCanada
Which Australian companies are the most creative?
 
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The Mumbrella Question Time panel answers the question: Which Australian companies are the most creative? To find out more visit: http://mumbrella.com.au/question-time-australian-companies-most-creative-38082
Views: 733 Mumbrella
AngloGold Ashanti (NYSE:AU) Mark Cutifani at Sydney Mining
 
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Presenting at the Sydney Mining Club in Sydney in July, Mark Cutifani CEO of African based global mining company, AngloGold Ashanti (NYSE:AU), stood before a capacity crowd over lunch and expanded on the company's achievements and plans. This 7 minute video includes the presentation made to the Mining Club. Mark Cutifani was appointed to the board of AngloGold Ashanti on 17 September 2007 and as Chief Executive Officer on 1 October 2007. He is chairman of the Executive Committee and a member of the Transformation and Human Resources Development, Safety, Health and Sustainable Development, Risk and Information Integrity and Investment committees. Mark has considerable experience in gold mining, having been associated with the industry since 1976. Prior to joining AngloGold Ashanti, he held the position of chief operating officer at CVRD Inco, a Toronto-based company, where he was responsible for Inco's global nickel business. Headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa, AngloGold Ashanti has 20 operations in 10 countries on four continents, as well as several exploration programmes in both the established and new gold producing regions of the world. AngloGold Ashanti employed 61,242 people, including contractors, in 2011 (2010: 62,046) and produced 4.33Moz of gold (2010: 4.52Moz), generating $6.6bn in gold income, excluding joint ventures (2010: $5.3bn). Capital expenditure in 2011 amounted to $1.5bn (2010: $1.0bn). As at 31 December 2011, AngloGold Ashanti had an attributable Ore Reserve of 75.6Moz (2010: 71.2Moz) and an attributable Mineral Resource of 230.9Moz (2010: 220.0Moz). Focused on returns AngloGold Ashanti endeavours to maximise the returns delivered to shareholders through the economic cycle, by producing gold safely, responsibly and efficiently. Mark Cutifani,ASX:AGG,NYSE:AU,Sydney Mining Club,ABN Newswire
Views: 335 ABN Newswire
Visionary technology - Ken Kroeger
 
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The INNOVATION in AUSTRALIA event: People Making the Difference, was held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in December 2011. It showcased innovative Australian companies and demonstrated how an investment in innovation drives the economy, creates jobs, builds productivity and global competitiveness. This video features Ken Kroeger who has a long career in business and computing which has provided ken with insight into diverse industry sectors and technologies. Ken is now the CEO at Seeing Machines, a company recognised globally for their facial visualisation software. For more information visit: http://www.ausindustry.gov.au/innovationinaustralia2011 Transcript: http://www.innovation.gov.au/transcripts
WSP Canada | Mining: The Future Is Created Today
 
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Meeting the immediate and long-term needs of mining clients requires in-depth knowledge of the industry and hands-on experience in all phases of a project cycle. Successful mines must balance costs while increasing productivity, ensuring environmental and safety standard to meet investor expectations in a socially acceptable manner. https://www.wsp.com/en-CA/sectors/mining-industry/
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Matt Geiger: We Talk Mining With One Of The Youngest Portfolio Managers In Resources
 
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Matt Geiger discusses focused investment strategies in mining juniors and some other contrarian investments such as phosphate and sandalwood. He talks about five lenses for analyzing juniors such as the working capital relative to market cap, finding companies that are trading below their working capital and selling for pennies on the dollar, eliminating the explorers and focusing on companies that already have 'hits'. Bear markets are the authors of bull markets and Matt has the knowledge to allow us to catch the next up cycle. Matt Geiger has a diverse set of skills pertaining to early stage ventures - both in the world of natural resources and tech. He is currently General Partner of MJG Capital - a resource-focused investment partnership with 20+ LPs. He is also Cofounder/President of a venture-backed technology business with $10m in cumulative funding. Known for his exhaustive security analysis and intuitive grasp of contrarian investing, Matt is a rising star in the junior resource field. Talking points from this week’s interview – • Focused investment strategies • Bear markets are the authors of bull markets • Catching the next market up cycle • Investment in Argentina and Serbia • Conservative investment assumes 1-2 more years of low metal prices
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Innovation: the key to long term success - Leo J Hyde
 
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The INNOVATION in AUSTRALIA: People Making the Difference event was held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in December 2011. It showcased innovative Australian companies and demonstrated how an investment in innovation drives the economy, creates jobs, builds productivity and global competitiveness. This video features Leo Hyde an engineer who has been with DuPont for 37 years and has been R&D Manager for the company in Australia for the past 19 years. He is responsible for the operation and management of the Technical Centre, regulatory affairs and is involved in the growth efforts of DuPont in Australia and the academic liaison field. For more information visit: http://www.ausindustry.gov.au/innovationinaustralia2011 Transcript: http://www.innovation.gov.au/transcripts
Grand Challenges for Engineering in Mining - Prof. Ismet Canbulat
 
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Subscribe to AboutUNSW if you are a current or prospective student https://www.youtube.com/user/UNSWCommunity The 2015 Kenneth Finlay Memorial Lecture "Grand Challenges for Engineering in Mining" is presented by Professor Ismet Canbulat. This lecture is also presented as part of the UNSW Vice Chancellor's Professorial Inaugural Lecture Series. Synopsis Mining is an inherently challenging multifaceted industry with complex interactions between different disciplines - from exploration of reserves to processing of ore. At the times of high commodity prices some of those challenges were not recognised or simply ignored. Today, the challenges in mining are greater than ever before with increasing costs and decreasing commodity prices, and those challenges are becoming critical today for the survival of mining companies. There have also been many great engineering achievements in mining that made the necessary step-change in safety, productivity and sustainability. But more engineering innovations are required rapidly. This presentation will highlight those engineering challenges that will need to be solved for sustainable mining in the 21st century. About the Speaker Dr Ismet Canbulat has been Professor and Chair of Kenneth Finlay Chair of Rock Mechanics since December 2014. He has 24 years of research, consultancy, management and on-site experience in Turkey, South Africa and Australia. He has a BSc Mining Engineering, MSc and PhD degrees in Mining/Rock Engineering. About UNSW is the place to explore what's on offer at UNSW Australia (the University of New South Wales), a powerhouse of cutting-edge research and teaching in the Asia-Pacific based in Sydney. For more information: www.unsw.edu.au https://www.facebook.com/unsw Twitter @unsw
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American Mine Research Team Members
 
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In 1975, Robert G. Graf founded American Mine Research, Inc. to support the mining industry's need for enhanced safety through the use of ground continuity monitors. Presently, American Mine Research has 30,000+ circuits of the pilotless monitor in operation throughout the world. In addition to the ground monitor, American Mine Research offers the total mining industry a variety of products ranging from environmental monitors and data acquisition systems to vacuum operated circuit breakers. Over the past 25 years the AMR products and service offerings have expanded to satisfy the needs of surface mining, underground mining, and the aggregates industry. Continuous improvements in feature content and product designs have broadened the scope of our products and their applications. Where applicable, many of these products are MSHA-approved. AMR is proud to offer the attractive combination of safety and productivity in our total product line. Recently, AMR furthur diversified its offerings to include monitoring, control and automation services to the water and wastewater industries. Located in Rocky Gap, Virginia, just off I-77, AMR shares a 25,000 sq. ft. modern facility with East River Metals, Inc. AMR also has an established distribution network throughout the United States to serve both the metal and non-metal segments of the mining industry. Internationally, the value of AMR products is recognized in the mining activities of Australia, Canada, and South America. Founded in 1979, East River Metals, Inc. provided high quality metal products to American Mine Research at a time when quick turnarounds were needed during product development. Using computer-controlled machinery with state-of-the-art processing and quality control, ERM continues to specialize in the design, fabrication, and assembly of sheet metal products yielding close tolerances and high cosmetic quality finishes. Our two companies offered 40 years of system level integration experience when founding Custom Manufacturing Services, Inc. in 1995. Utilizing 100,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space in Princeton, West Virginia, CMS has the capability of turn-key manufacturing surface mount and through-hole assembly of circuit boards, cable and harness assembly, electro-mechanical assembly, sheet metal fabrication, finishing and silk-screening. CMS is situated on 18+ acres and provides safe, ergonomic and environmentally-conscious work centers. www.AmericanMineResearch.com
Views: 750 miningconnection

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