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CAT 785C Dump Truck at Woodie Woodie mine site, Western Australia.
This is me in my CAT 785C dump truck performing an offside turn onto a Hitachi EX2500 excavator at the Green Snake Central open pit, Woodie Woodie mine site is in Western Australia. Woodie Woodie is a manganese mine.
Views: 64108 Damian Harrison
Iron Ore: Building our new Silvergrass mine
Rio Tinto has officially opened its Silvergrass iron ore mine in Western Australia. The US$338 million project is the 16th mine at Rio Tinto’s world-class iron ore operations and will produce low-phosphorous ore crucial to maintaining Rio Tinto’s premium Pilbara Blend product http://bit.ly/RioSilvergrass
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Peninsula Mines shoring up graphite operations in battery-hungry South Korea
Peninsula Mines Ltd (ASX:PSM) managing director Jon Dugdale updates Proactive Investors on development of the battery metals-focused company’s graphite projects and base metals exploration in South Korea. “The total of Gapyeong, which is 85% of the exploration target, and our other two projects … is 13-17 million tonnes at 8-11% graphite for 1.1-1.4 million tonnes of contained graphite,” Dugdale says. He continues, “the next step, which is the key step, is to drill those exploration targets and convert them to maiden mineral resources.” In parallel the company is conducting downstream processing test work to demonstrate to potential offtake partners that it can produce a high-purity 99.95% spherical graphite product.
Australia's Mining Boom
Hardtalk takes a look at the country's extraordinary resources boom. Thanks to China's insatiable demand for coal, iron ore and other commodities the Australian economy has avoided the economic woes of the west and continues to grow. Stephen Sackur meets one of Australia's wealthiest men about the sustainability of this boom. He also talks to an aboriginal leader who is concerned that thousands of years of indigenous heritage is being lost as the big dig continues. This programme asks if Australia is turning itself into China's quarry of choice.
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Thor Mining weighing up exciting potential new project in the Pilbara
Mick Billing, chairman of Thor Mining PLC (LON:THR), caught up with Proactive following the release of their quarterly update. Billing says they're in the middle of doing some due diligence on a project in the Pilbara. ''This is something relatively hot-off-the-press ... we've had an opportunity to have a look at a potential piece of land there in the Pilbara where all this conglomerate-hosted gold has been turning up ... and we hope this is one of those''. Billing also gives a round-up of latest developments at their core projects. He adds that high-cost exploration is no longer a key activity for the company as they look to fast-track their key tungsten and copper assets. Part of the programme for the coming months is a review of the open-cut ore reserve at Molyhil, the tungsten and molybdenum deposit in Australia’s Northern Territory.
Neighbour: Mining for profit with Rio Tinto
http://goo.gl/ttB2Pz In the mining industry, Rio Tinto Plc. is a diamond in the rough according to Joe Neighbour from Central Markets. As the mining sector slows, Rio Tinto has proven itself to be a profitable asset for investors. Shares of the multi-national mining company peaked in February above GBP 3,600. Although there has been a recent retracement back to support levels at GBP 3,100, prices are not expected to hold at this level for long. Joe notes that the stock's 50 day moving average is currently trading above the 200 day moving average, signaling an upward trend. With large potential gains available on an up-swing, Joe looking to buy the company's stock at current market prices. He is targeting February's high of GBP 3,644 over the next couple of weeks. A stop can be placed at GBP 3,060. Disclaimer Saxo Bank Group provides an execution-only service. All information provided on Tradingfloor.com is solely for general information. Tradingfloor.com does not contain (and should not be construed as containing) financial, investment, tax or trading advice or advice of any sort offered, recommended or endorsed by Saxo Bank Group and should not be construed as a record of our trading prices, or as an offer, incentive or solicitation for the subscription, sale or purchase in any financial instrument. Saxo Bank Group will not be liable for any losses that you may sustain as a result of any investment decision made in reliance on information which is available as part of the Tradingfloor.com or as a result of the use of the Tradingfloor.com. Please read our notification on Non-independent investment research disclaimer_ (http://www.tradingfloor.com/about/niird)_Full disclaimer_ (http://www.tradingfloor.com/about/disclaimer)
Deadly Bastard eddie working in the pilbara talkin to Mal.dv
talking to eddie about his deadly job that he got
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Meet Grant - Pre-strip Superintendent at Peak Downs Mine
Meet Grant - he's a Pre-strip Superintendent at Peak Downs Mine. He leads three different fleets in the pre-strip department.
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Former Fortescue Executive Moves From Iron Ore to Movies: Video
March 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Heidi Couch reports on former Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. Executive Director Graeme Rowley's move from mining to movie-making. Rowley co-founded Fortescue, Australias third-biggest iron ore producer, with Andrew Forrest, the nation's richest person. Rowley resigned from his role with the company on March 2. (Source: Bloomberg)
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【English】All About Hiraizumi #19 ‘Hashino iron mining and smelting site’World heritage approved
Broadcasted on August 19th, 2015  Following Hiraizumi, ‘Hashino iron mining and smelting site’ is designated as the 2nd World Heritage Site in Iwate prefecture. Here’s a congratulatory message from Hiraizumi Town Mayor.  Congratulation on the registration of Hashino iron mining and smelting site. Kamaishi citizens and related people’s passion like a blast furnace made the registration come true. I would like to offer my sincere congratulation to you all, and also would like tourists who come to Hiraizumi to visit Hashino as well by all means. Thank you very much.  8 areas and 23 assets including Hashino iron mining and smelting site were designated as World Heritage Sites named ‘Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution: Iron and Steel, Shipbuilding and Coal Mining’ on July 5th, 2015. The operating period of Hashino iron mining and smelting site was from 1858 to 1894 and it had 1,000 of employees and produced 930 tons of molten pig iron per year at its peak. It is said to have been the largest ironworks. Under the supervision of Oshima Takato, a retainer of the Morioka domain, the operation has started with the initial test furnace. Then, the first blast furnace and the second one were constructed. The initial test furnace was repaired and used as the third furnace.  Hashino iron mining and smelting site is composed of three remains such as ‘Iron Ore Mine Site’, ‘Transportation Aisle’ and ‘Blast Furnace Sites’, but only remains of the blast furnaces are open to the public. The sites are the iron-making places where iron ore was pulverized and melted. Mr. Miura who is the staff of Kamaishi Kanko Bussan Kyokai guides the sites for everybody to easily understand what has been done there. He is stationed at Information Center and takes tourists to the site as a local guide. Hashino iron mining and smelting site built and underpinned Japan’s industrial era. Why don’t you visit there? Tourism and Commerce Division, Hiraizumi Town Hall [email protected] Hiraizumi Tourism Association Facebook http://www.facebook.com/HiraizumiTourismAssociationEN/
Todd Houlahan | PXRF for Iron Ore Exploration, Gabon
Todd graduated from the University of Newcastle, Australia in 1993 with a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in soils and hydrology. After 7 years as a contaminated land consultant remediating heavy metal contaminated sites in the UK and Australia, he first used a Handheld X-Ray fluorescence (XRF) analyser in 2000, to guide excavations of a lead contaminated site in Sydney. Todd has been at the heart of the Portable XRF revolution in the mineral exploration and mining industry over the last 15 years. Todd was one of a select few who helped secure the scientific credibility of portable XRF technology for minerals applications through industry trials, scientific evaluations and published papers via his early work in Australia through 2000-2004. Todd leads the International Mining Group at Olympus helping explorers, miners and their shareholders achieve cost efficiencies by using the best portable XRF and XRD technology on the market today. Todd is committed to long term collaborative partnerships and providing unrivaled, geologically focused global support. This presentation was recorded during the 2016 Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention held in Toronto Canada from March 6-9, 2016. For more information about our XRF and XRD analyzers, visit: http://www.olympus-ims.com/en/innovx-xrf-xrd/ Find and follow Olympus IMS on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OlympusIMS Twitter: https://twitter.com/OlympusIMS LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/26455 Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/106791919553065596700/106791919553065596700/about SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/OlympusIMS
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WA man quits mining job and starts his own micro brewery
Boilermaker quits his mining job to start a micro-brewery that rakes in $400,000 a month - and here's how you can do it too. A West Australian boilermaker's decision to throw in the tools and dedicate his life to brewing beer has paid off in a big way.  Matt Wilson, from Albany in the state's great southern, gave up his grueling fly in - fly out roster in 2015 to take a gamble on a home brewing. A year on, he pioneered Wilson's Brewing Company and now boasts not only an impressive reputation, but an ever-increasing demand for his sought-after brews.   He started 'playing around' with flavours during a year-long hiatus from work, but knew early on he had what it took to take his beers to the masses, WA Today reports.
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Man Drives A Plane To Get To A Pub In Australia
A plane is something you likely wouldn’t expect to see parked outside of a bar. It was that unusual sight that has residents in and around Newman, Western Australia talking. A plane is something you likely wouldn’t expect to see parked outside of a bar. However, it was that unusual sight that has residents in and around Newman, Western Australia talking. On Friday afternoon, officers were dispatched to the Newman Hotel or Purple Pub after a plane taxied down the main street and parked near the establishment. The 37-year-old man responsible for getting and leaving it there had bought the aircraft in a private sale and was taking it home when he decided to stop at the pub for a drink. There were no wings on the two-seater plane and the engine had been left running the entire time the owner was in the bar. The aircraft was later towed away from the bar. Police sergeant Mark McKenzie commented “Kids were coming home from school. It could have been very ugly. All he needed was one gust of wind ... because without the wings, it's not stable… It was a pretty stupid thing to do.” The man doesn’t have a pilot’s license and when he came down the main street, the road was filled with motorists and pedestrians. Fortunately no accidents occurred as a result. A breath test was administered to the male, but he passed. He was charged with committing an ‘act likely to endanger the life, health or safety of a person’.
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What are Australia’s coal exports used for? And what is the economic value? - Greg Evans
We interviewed Greg Evans, Director – Coal of Minerals Council of Australia at the inaugural Energy Mines and Money conference and exhibition. Where he shared his insights on the Australian coal industry including how many jobs the Australia coal industry supports, how much coal Australia exports and what our exports are predominantly used for. Greg also discussed the economic value of these industries and how much tax and royalties is collected from coal miners before discussing the future of the coal industry as the world looks toward renewable sources for power. Energy Mines and Money returns to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre 11-13 June 2019. For more information please visit https://queensland.minesandmoney.com/
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Small miners launch fresh attack on tax
Fortescue Metals Group boss Andrew Forrest joins Inside Business to discuss why he has joined junior miners to launch a new advertising campaign against the Government's mining tax.
Ep.#1 Louis FIFO Career: From Chef to Scaffolder Part 1
FIFO career insights from Louis who went from a chef to a scaffolder here in Australia. Subscribe to my channel for weekly videos on FIFO: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO-8XHWSZ-_Qwsewa7LW5EQ?sub_confirmation=1 Fit4FIFO is about life in the fly-in fly-out for mining industry professionals in Australia. Brought to you by the experienced Australian FIFO worker Jason Drynan. Connect with Fit4FIFO now: http://instagram.com/fit4fifoaustralia http://facebook.com/fit4fifoaustralia
Views: 763 Fit4FIFO Australia
How Yogi Kendall Is Reducing Truck Running Costs With Atlas Balance Company Balance Rings
How Glen Yogi Kendall Is Reducing Truck Running Costs With Atlas Balance Company Truck Balancing Rings https://www.atlasbalance.com.au/ Simon recently caught up with Glenn Yogi Kendall from "Outback Truckers" to find out how his Atlas Balance Company Truck Balancing Rings are working on his Kenworth. You'll see that Yogi has become a raving fan of our wheel balancing rings, & has now done 50,000 kms with the balance rings, no longer needing to use wheel weights or balancing bags to improve the handling performance of his truck. He has achieved nice, even tyre wear on the steers too, so will now be looking to fit out the drive axles & his trailers with Atlas Balancing Rings.
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Darren's Story: #heartofgold
Meet Darren Cook, Geology Manager at Northern Star Resources. He's one of 25,000 people in Western Australia who make their living from gold mining. But Darren's passion is education. And after work, he runs the Goldfields Education Mining Industry Alliance (GERMIA) where he teaches children about geology. Like many others working in gold mining, he's a crucial community champion, at the heart of his local town, and a key part of the clockwork which makes it tick. If you'd like to show your support for people like Darren, then please visit www.heartofgold.net.au
chilling video highlights fatigue danger
Dramatic footage of a fatigued driver narrowly avoiding a head-on smash when he strayed on to the wrong side of a Pilbara highway. The footage shows the driver of a mining van travelling in convoy drift across the road into the path of a road train travelling at more than 100km/h. The van swerves and rolls, while the road train driver also takes evasive action. The footage was captured on camera by one of the van driver's co-workers who was following in a truck.
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Mining sector outlook for 2018 - Owen Hegarty EMR Capital
We caught up with Owen Hegarty, Executive Chairman of EMR Capital at the 2017 International Mining and Resources Conference IMARC. Where he shared his outlook for the mining sector in 2018. IMARC returns to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre 29 October - 1 November 2018. For more information please visit http://imarcmelbourne.com/
Ep.#7 Mike; Mechanical Fitter from New Zealand Part 1
FIFO career insights from Mike who is a mechanical fitter from New Zealand. Subscribe to my channel for weekly videos on FIFO: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO-8XHWSZ-_Qwsewa7LW5EQ?sub_confirmation=1 Fit4FIFO is about life in the fly-in fly-out for mining industry professionals in Australia. Brought to you by the experienced Australian FIFO worker Jason Drynan. Connect with Fit4FIFO now: http://instagram.com/fit4fifoaustralia http://facebook.com/fit4fifoaustralia
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Kerry Kerr 001.3GPP
BHP Billiton YANDI moblie workshop shift change Kerry Kerr setting his head on fire! Very funny and he still has a job WTF!!!
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Rio Tinto CEO Remains Positive on China Outlook
Aug.01 -- Jean-Sebastien Jacques, chief executive officer at Rio Tinto, discusses first-half results and the impact of China and trade tariffs on the company's business. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Torres Strait Islander Railway Builders Pt. 2
Blue skies, as the camera pans down, the frame rests on Wickham, Western Australia. A Torres Strait man recalls how he came to work on the railway and stayed. As he describes his experiences we see film of black and white men working on the railway and relaxing in between work, with a song. He tells of how their bodies would turn white from the salt and of his regrets for not returning home. Its too late now, he says. Torres Strait Islanders made an important contribution to the economic development of Australia during the 1960s mining boom. The history of the Torres Strait Islands features continuous migration but following the Islands annexation by Queensland in 1872 the movement of Islanders was restricted. The community of Torres Strait Islanders who were employed in the Pilbara in the 1960s as fettlers to build the railway gradually dispersed as the work was completed. They had been employed because Torres Strait Islanders had established a reputation as skilled and hard-working fettlers in other parts of Australia and also because of the lack of local workers. On completion of the railway many returned to the Torres Strait Islands but some, such as Saylor, remained in the Pilbara, maintaining traditions of Torres Strait Islander culture.
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Hancock deal 'will make Sirius Minerals' funding easier'
Jeremy Wrathall, head of mining equities at the City broker Investec, congratulated Sirius Minerals on its deal with Hancock Prospecting. He described Hancock as “one of Australia’s most iconic companies”, adding: “For Sirius this is a great endorsement.” Earlier, the AIM-listed mine developer revealed it had agreed a funding package worth over US$300mln with Hancock. The natural resources investment firm owns vast tracts of the Pilbara iron ore region of Western Australia and is controlled by Gina Rinehart, the country’s richest woman. The calibre of this new investor should make the remainder of Sirius’ financing round a little easier, Wrathall told Proactive Investors’ Andrew Scott. “This deal will attract other financiers to come forward,” he added.
Family wants answers after fatal Australian mining accident
The Taurima family are seeking answers to the death of their son and father from a mining company in Australia. Jordan Taurima (29) had only been working for a few months in Mt Isa when he was tragically killed in a freak mining accident. Today he was laid to rest in Cambridge. Potaka Maipi spoke to his family.
Views: 3387 Te Karere TVNZ
VP Dr. Juldeh Jalloh Says Cabinet Is Considering New Mining Laws
#goodmorningsalone #radiodemocracy98.1 #sierraleonenews VP Dr. Juldeh Jalloh Says Cabinet Is Considering New Mining Laws as put together by Mohamed Sheriff Of 98.1 Our Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=snradio.net.snradio Latest News Website: http://www.blog.snradio.net FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/SierraNetworkSalone Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/Salone2Bad Twitter: http://twitter.com/sierra_n_salone Radio: http://SNRadio.net Radio TuneIn App: http://tun.in/sfgyD SoundCould 1: http://www.soundcloud.com/sierra-network SoundCould 2: https://soundcloud.com/sierra-network-sl SoundCould 3: https://soundcloud.com/sierra-network-radio Contact Us: [email protected] Sierra Network For All That Matters Sierra Leone
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Victorian Iron Drilling Gowangardie
Victorian Iron began drilling for iron ore deposits at a potential mine site in Gowangardie near Shepparton yesterday This is one of eight sites from Benalla to Bendigo being explored. Victorian Iron operations manager Benj Beatty said although the mining project was still in its early stages, an iron ore mine could attract up to 60 local jobs and investments to the region. He said if approved, mining would not commence for another three years. ''Selected sites will be further investigated with the co-operation of landholders, to further understand the opportunity to extract iron ore,'' Mr Beatty said. ''Until these two stages are complete, and a range of environmental and community consultation has taken place, there will be no mining in the region.'' He said there were a wide range of local, Victorian and Commonwealth approvals which needed to be collected to proceed with any operations in the area. The Shepparton-based company will take initial samples of, with the co-operation of land-holders, to investigate areas which have shown indications of iron deposits. These will be analysed for quality and quantity of iron found and to determine a potential site for mining the mineral. Department of Primary Industries first explored the area for iron ore about eight years ago, Victorian Iron used this data for its private project. About 30-35 holes will be drilled across four days along the old river streams in Gowangardie, where traces of iron has collected. Mr Beatty this was a new industry not just for the region but for Victoria. He said the iron ore could be shipped off-shore for steel making, in particular, to China.
Ian Finch, CEO of IronClad Mining, says he's aiming to produce 2 million tonnes of iron ore in 2012.
21.09.10 - Ian Finch, CEO of IronClad Mining, describes to Proactive Investors the advantages of a sales deal with OMS for exporting to China. He expects to export 2 million tonnes in 2012. Ian says the company is well funded but is trading at a 'massive discount'.
IoT: Powering the Digital Economy - The B2B Mining Sector | Schneider Electric
CNBC explores the Business-to-business sector of the mining industry. See how mining technology from companies like BHP Group and SAP are transforming the industry. ►Click here to watch more IoT documentary videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFP58W6L1T8&t=0s&list=PLa7UGrWOTyjkQEupu1cMBgbpAYpqMDr6o&index=1 ►Click here to learn more about EcoStruxure for the Mining Industry: https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/work/solutions/for-business/mining-metals-and-minerals/explore-our-offer/solutions-for-the-mining-industry/ ►Click here to subscribe to Schneider Electric: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=SchneiderCorporate Connect with Schneider Electric: ►Global Website: https://www.schneider-electric.us/en/ ►LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/schneider-electric ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SchneiderElectricUS ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/SchneiderElec ►Instagram: https://instagram.com/schneiderelectric/ ►Visit our blog: https://blog.schneider-electric.com/ This video is about the Business-to-business Mining Sector of the digital world.
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CARAVAN TRIP 2007 Port Hedland was originally known by the Indigenous Kariyarra and Nyamal people as Marrapikurrinya, which either means "place of good water" Though the coastline in the area had been explored in the 1700s, Captain Peter Hedland was one of the first Europeans to explore the harbour for the purpose of developing an export port. Peter Hedland arrived in the area in April 1863 onboard his boat, Mystery that he had built himself at Point Walter on the banks of the Swan River. He named the Harbour Mangrove Harbour and reported that it would make a good landing site with a well protected harbour and that there was also fresh water available. What Hedland failed to point out was that the harbour was difficult to enter because of a huge sandbar that sealed the entrance meaning it was only accessible at high tide and that it was difficult to enter in bad weather because of the narrow entrance.[4] During 1866 the resident Magistrate of Roebourne Treverton Sholl commissioned Charles Wedge to investigating alternative towns site to Roebourne. Wedge reported that Port Hedland's suitability was pessimistic. In 1891 the exploration of the area by Tom Traine John Wedge and Syd Hedley identified two landings and described the harbour as "pretty as well as safe". During September 1895 Cossack residents requested the District Surveyor to survey the headland at Port Hedland and requested the Government to build a jetty. Goldsworthy mining discovered iron ore in the Pilbara in the late 1950s and built the towns of Goldsworthy and later Shaygap as mine sites. A rail line was then built to Port Hedland where dredging was undertaken to deepen and widen the port's channel and a wharf was built opposite the township of Port Hedland on Finicane Island. Shipment of ore began on 27 May 1966 when the Harved S Muddsailed from Port hedland to Japan with 24,900 tonnes of ore. In 1967 iron ore was discovered at Mt Whaleback and a mining venture was undertaken that included the establishment of a new Town, Newman, 426 km of rail from the mine to the port and the development of processing equipment at both Newman and Port Hedland. In 1986, at a cost of $87 million, the existing channel was dredged to allow the port to increase the tonnage of those ships able to enter the port. WIKIPEDIA
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Interview with Rio Tinto Iron Ore CEO Sam Walsh
Sam Walsh, chief executive officer for iron ore at London-based Rio Tinto Group, the world's second-biggest mining company, talks about the potential impact of Australia's planned taxes on resources companies and carbon emissions on the mining industry and economy. Walsh also discusses the outlook for acquisitions, iron ore demand, and Prime Minister Julia Gillard's plan to allow exports of uranium to India. He spoke yesterday with Bloomberg Television's Shraysi Tandon in Sydney.
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In memory of Mathew Sampi
Clive Palmer, Mineralogy and the Kuruma Marthudunera people of the Pilbara By Hedley Thomas and Paige Taylor, from The Australian, May 1, 2014, page 1 (abbreviated) Mathew Sampi, said yesterday he had no confidence in Mr Palmer as the tycoon had broken past pledges to spend money on indigenous health. “We don’t believe anything he says now,’’ said Mr Sampi, who represents the Kuruma Marthudunera people and grew up fishing and hunting in the Cape Preston area in the Pilbara, near an iron ore project built by Chinese company CITIC Pacific. “He can suck a lot of Aboriginal people in and some of them really don’t know what they have been talked into. He seemed real good in the beginning, saying he was going to help the Aboriginal people in the area. They destroyed a lot of things, they disturbed special places where there used to be ancient tools.” Findings by magistrates include that Mr Palmer’s company and staff exhibited “a sense of absolute entitlement in relation to mining endeavours” and “adopted an unduly confrontational approach” with indigenous owners. Mr Sampi said yesterday that Mr Palmer told Aboriginal leaders he would establish health services in townships outside the big regional centre of Karratha, particularly in Roebourne where most of the town’s 1000 residents are indigenous. “He’s promised big, lots of money down here for medical reasons and medical stuff, and he’s given nobody nothing.,” he said. “I (first) met Palmer when I was a kid on property he is now leasing. We’ve had a lot of trouble with him. We got suspicious when he stopped talking about it anymore. And then he went back to his place over there in Queensland ...” Mr Sampi, in Perth with his family yesterday for chemotherapy, said it was important to stand up for his land and he believed there were lessons for other Aborigines in his experience. According to one of the findings in 2012, Mineralogy’s approach and past conduct “gives rise to serious and genuine concerns about heritage protection” or legal compliance. In an earlier Native Title Tribunal case, Mineralogy was found to have given a “take it or leave it” ultimatum to indigenous owners of the land the company wanted to mine. Tribunal deputy president John Sosso found that Mineralogy had not acted prudently, reasonably or responsibly in its dealings with Aborigines. In a case involving the Kuruma Marthudundera group, elders Neil Ricky Finlay and Mr Sampi told the court of bad experiences with the company in the Pilbara region, which includes sacred burial grounds near the Cane River and the town of Karratha. The Mining Court’s magistrate, Elaine Campione, described the two elders as “respected, senior and knowledgeable men” and she accepted their evidence. Ms Campione said none of the evidence presented by Mr Finlay and Mr Sampi “was contested by (Mineralogy)”. She said she shared the view of Mr Sampi and Mr Finlay that Mineralogy had a “particularly poor approach to cultural and heritage matters, including a complete lack of consultation”. Mathew Sampi was filmed at Cane River on Peedamulla Station out from Onslow WA in January 2004. A true land rights fighter. RIP.
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Bucket Wheel Excavator (Bagger 293)
The Bagger 293 is a giant bucket-wheel excavator built in Germany in 1995. It requires a crew of five to operate and can move over 8.5 million cubic feet of earth per day. The Bagger 293 uses a large 70-foot rotating wheel at the end of a long arm. This wheel has a series of buckets attached, and as the wheel rotates the buckets pick up the earth and dump it onto a conveyor belt. The conveyor belts will transport the earth to other vehicles for removal to the dumping site. Coal Fired Power Plants http://engineers-channel.blogspot.com/p/coal-fired-power-plants.html Metso 4265 Gyratory Crusher http://engineers-channel.blogspot.com/p/metso-4265-gyratory-crusher.html
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Rio Tinto Detention Casts Shadow Over China-Australia Relationship
In Shanghai, Australian officials visited Stern Hu, an executive at the Rio Tinto mining company. Chinese authorities detained Hu more than a week ago on suspicion of "stealing state secrets." Australia's trade minister pressed China on Saturday for more details about the detention of a Rio Tinto executive. Stern Hu, an Australian national, and three Chinese Rio Tinto employees were detained last week. It was on suspicion of so-called "stealing state secrets"—a charge often leveled against dissidents or other people that get on the wrong side of the Communist Party. Australian consular officials visited Hu at the Shanghai detention center on Friday (July 10). [Simon Crean, Australian Trade Minister]: "Mr Hu is in good health. He appeared to be in good health and he said he was in good health." The detentions come just after Chinese steel mills failed to reach an agreement on iron ore prices with Rio Tinto and other miners by a June 30th deadline. The case has stunned the global steel industry. After more than six months of cat-and-mouse, China appeared to be boxed in, forced to accept Rio's price or to abandon long-term deals and risk destroying a decades-old pricing system. The detentions appear to have left the price talks in limbo and cast a shadow on relations between China and Australia, whose economies have been welded together in recent years by China's huge demand for metals and minerals. According to Reuters, Australian Financial Services Minister Chris Bowen warned the Chinese regime, "If foreign businesses feel that their degree of uncertainty is high, it will change the way that foreign businesses around the world approach business in China."
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Iron Ore Joins Oil's Move Lower in Commodity Slump
Dec. 7 -- In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Tom Keene displays the plunging price of iron ore as it falls below $40 per ton. He speaks with Jeff Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James, and Ian Shepherdson, founder at Pantheon Macroeconomics, on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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Forex Technical Analysis (VIDEO): Trading the Iron Ore vs. AUDUSD relationship
The price of Iron Ore is moving to the lowest level since 2009 in trading today. Lower home prices in China was a catalyst for recent declines, as is slower overall growth in China. At the same time there has been an increase in supply of Iron Ore by producers. Citigroup sees a move down to the $50's in 2015 from $71.80 currently. There is a lot more meat on that bone if they are right. If the price and demand does decline, Australia, a supplier of raw materials to China, should experience slower growth as a result. This should lead to a lower AUDUSD. What is the relationship between Iron Ore and the AUDUSD? Is there an opportunity? How should you trade it? In this video, Greg Michalowski, Director of technical analysis at ForexLive.com tells how marrying the technicals with the fundamentals will often protect the trader in case the relationship breaks down or the expectation does not materialize. http://www.forexlive.com/ SUBSCRIBE FOR FOREX VIDEOS EVERY DAY http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpuHc... SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST! http://forexlive.us7.list-manage.com/... LET'S CONNECT! Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/1026488501294... Facebook ► http://facebook.com/forexlive Twitter ► https://twitter.com/ForexLive Linkedin ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/fore... High Risk Warning: All news, opinions, research, data, or other information contained within this presentation are provided as general market commentary and do not constitute investment advice. ForexLive expressly disclaims any liability for any lost principal or profits without limitation which may arise directly or indirectly from the use of or reliance on such information.
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Shivraj singh Chauhan CM of MP or Chairmen of Pacific Exports ????
CM of MP state who is the custodian of MP state resources , wealth , law & order have indulged in business profiteering rather then administration of the state- Every corporation / business entity of big magnitude which operates in MP wherein SHIVRAJ has got shares in the Co. - Perfect example being PACIFIC EXPORTS which is into IRON ORE mining. The so called RAJA of the state has allowed a pvt. party to excavate ( mine ) 20 times more then the approved quantity , has allowed mining in the non-mining lease area taht too under forest cover thus damaging the precious jungle , environment - whats more this Bellary king of MP who is also the Betaj badshah of MOU in mP has deprived the state of more then 10,000 crores of revenue to the state which has inturn gone to a pvt party . This is only an example of 1 co. Shivraj is the CHAIRCUM cum MANAGING DIRECTOR of many big companies into MINING / POWER / TRANSPORTATION etc - QUESTION IS WHETHER HE IS THE CHIEF MINISTER OF MP or is he the MANAGING DIRECTOR of MP pvt ltd ??????
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Enterprise Migration Deal - ABC News
Union leaders are fuming that the government has approved a scheme to allow mining magnate Gina Rinehart to bring in 1700 overseas guest workers for her Pilbara iron ore project, without making proper attempts to find local workers first. Immigration Minister Chris Bowen told the National Press Club today that the government had approved the first Enterprise Migration Agreement - which allows "mega" resource projects to negotiate temporary migration needs up-front - and that it would be for Mrs Rinehart's $9.5 billion Roy Hill project in Western Australia. "The project will create significant benefits to the Australia economy through its capital investments, export earnings and employment and training opportunities for Australians for decades," Mr Bowen said. Hancock Prospecting's Roy Hill arm was the first company to apply for an EMA. It is believed the EMAs will stipulate a maximum number of positions that can be filled by migrant workers, who must have experience in their area of trade and be English-speaking. But as Mr Bowen was addressing the Press Club, union leaders - who were in Canberra for a regular meeting on manufacturing with Prime Minister Julia Gillard - held a simultaneous press conference to express their anger at the decision. ACTU secretary Dave Oliver said that home workers had been "overlooked" and called on Ms Gillard to intervene in the situation immediately. "We think its a reprehensible situation," Mr Oliver said. Mr Oliver said that job adds had not even been placed to try to find local workers. Australian Workers Union national secretary Paul Howes called the move "sheer lunacy" in a week during which there had been significant job losses at Qantas and the Kurri Kurri aluminium smelter. "I can't understand why this decision was made in the current climate," he said. Posted by Jamie McMechan Maritime Union of Australia - Film Unit. Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) http://www.mua.org.au Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) http://www.actu.org.au/ International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) http://www.itfglobal.org International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) http://www.ituc-csi.org/
ABN Newswire - Australian Market Report of October 19: US Deficit Hits Record High
The Dow index gave up last week's success and slipped back slightly over the weekend. US and European stock markets closed lower on Friday after the latest US corporate results disappointed high hopes and pushed Wall Street back down through the key 10,000 points level. The U.S. budget deficit hit a record US$1.4 trillion to the end of the fiscal year, the US government said on Friday, as the recession and a series of bank rescues cut a hole in public finances. That figure was US$162 billion smaller than the White House had forecast in August, but it still amounted to 10 percent of total U.S. economic output, the most for any budget shortfall since World War Two. The Australian dollar opened lower today, as investor appetite for the risk sensitive currency decreased following poor profit results from major US companies. Key Economic Facts and Figures Forecasters are revising their unemployment figures and expecting the unemployment rate to peak at 6.8 per cent in the middle of next year. The Federal Government had previously flagged a rise in unemployment to 8.5 cent by mid-2010, when delivering its Budget last May. The jobless rate currently stands at 5.7 per cent. M&A News Transport and logistics group Toll Holdings (ASX:TOL) is eyeing more takeover opportunities as it seeks to become a dominant player in Asia, with plans to spend between A$500 million and A$700 million from cash and bank borrowing facilities. Chief executive Paul Little said yesterday that with valuation multiples at their lowest in a while, the time was right to look at mergers and acquisitions of freight forwarders. Services and Technology company to the metals industry, Ausmelt Limited (ASX:AET), has received an offer from an unidentified company to acquire all of its shares. Ausmelt has recently announced new lead smelting operations in China and India, and indicated that the offer price is significantly in excess of Ausmelt's current share price. Polaris Metals (ASX:POL) has advised shareholders to take no action on the offer by Mineral Resources (ASX:MIN) to acquire all of its shares. Polaris favours a superior offer from Lion-Asia Resources representing a premium of 6% on the Minerals Resources offer. Pilbara Iron Ore hopefuls Brockman Resources (ASX:BRM), FerrAus Limited (ASX:FRS), BC Iron Limited (ASX:BCI) and Iron Ore Holdings Limited (ASX:IOH) rallied strongly on Friday as a result of BHP Limited's (ASX:BHP) takeover offer for United Minerals Corporation (ASX:UMC). Important Corporate News U.S. oil company Chevron Corp (NYSE:CVX) has made a gas discovery off Western Australia, which could underpin its plans for the expansion of the A$37 billion Gorgon liquefied natural gas project. Chevron, operator and 47.75-percent owner of the Gorgon project, said late on Sunday it had achieved drilling success at its Achilles-1 exploration well in the offshore Carnarvon Basin, encountering approximately 100 metres of net gas pay. Myer Holdings Limited chief executive Bernie Brookes begins his United States east coast road show this week as he puts the department store before leading fund managers and institutional investors in the lead-up to its November 2 float. Capital Group, Fidelity and Templeton are among the larger fund managers targeted during the road show who already have extensive investments in Australia. Their interest in the A$3 billion Myer float will greatly affect the final price of the shares. Norton Gold Fields (ASX:NGF) one of the largest ASX listed gold producers, today announced the successful placement of shares worth A$40.5 million to sophisticated investors in Canada, USA, UK and Hong Kong at A32.83 cents per share. The placement provides significant funding for the company's growth plans for the Mount Morgan Mine project in Queensland. Monaro Mining (ASX:MRO) announced an independent re-evaluation of the Rio Puerco mine in New Mexico USA, resulting in a significant increase of 250% in the project's uranium resource inventory. Monaro's chairman Jim Malone said the results of this work have dramatically exceeded the company's expectations. Wesfarmers Limited (ASX:WES) and Arch Rival Woolworths Limited (ASX:WOW) are among a number of companies to update investors this week. Wesfarmer's all important first quarter sales numbers for Coles Supermarket outlets are to be released on Friday. Other companies who will supply market updates this week from their annual meetings include Qantas (ASX:QAN) and Fosters Group (ASX:FBW).
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Diamond Digging In Australia Part 2/3
Diamond digging in Australian mines. Filmed in 1969 in Coober Pedy, Australia. The author is one of the miners. Each miner had his own mine where he dug for opal. Richer miners dug with a dredge, those who were poorer used their bare hands. Workers were immigrants, mostly Serbs. The settlement in this film had one orthodox church under the ground. There were no waterworks in the settlement, so water was gathered from rain in reservoirs on rooftops. There was no road leading to the settlement. The only way to arrive there was by planes or helicopters, which is also how food was obtained. There were lots of kangaroos, scorpions and lizards around. Women and children also collected little opal pieces, which could be found by the roads.
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Innovation, Safety and the Future of Mining | Curtin University Lecture
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.
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The world economy needs hard work: Albanese
Rio Tinto chief Tom Albanese says he is watching the markets cautiously but expects slow growth.
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BHP boss warns boom won't last forever
BHP chief executive Marius Kloppers has told a conference in Perth that resources remains a cyclical business, with its ups and downs.
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Miners hiding behind Barnett's police army by: Lyndon Schneiders From: The Australian May 19, 2012 12:00AM Increase Text Size Decrease Text Size Print THIS week the government of Western Australia dispatched about 200 police officers to the sleepy tourist town of Broome to do the dirty work for several of the world's largest oil and gas companies. This mini army has been assembled on the doorstep of the Kimberley wilderness for one purpose -- to suppress the widespread opposition of the Broome community to the construction of the proposed $40 billion James Price Point industrial precinct. For the past four years, community opposition in Broome has grown steadily, uniting the community in a way that has led to Premier Colin Barnett taking this extreme action. Black and white, the overwhelming majority of Broome people have said "no". Opinion polling reported in The Australian this week shows 79 per cent of Broome residents oppose the development. Thousands have attended rallies, public meetings and community events over the past year. At the most recent council elections, two high-profile anti-gas candidates were elected, and one, Anne Polina, is now deputy mayor. On every street corner, there are signs of opposition to the gas plant. So is this the new Australia, produced by the longest mining boom in our history? One in which the views of residents and traditional owners are meaningless and where the state provides armies of foot soldiers, free of charge, to the big end of town? All this while the companies behind the project remain stony silent about actions taken in their name to divide and destroy Broome. Not a word when last year Aboriginal women and their grandchildren were dragged away by tactical response police to allow the safe passage of Woodside's contractors down the access road to James Price Point. Not a word when the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of WA ruled as invalid a clumsy attempt by the Barnett government to compulsorily seize the land for the gas hub from traditional owners. Not a word when 7000 people gathered on the famous Cable Beach to say no to the gas hub. And now not a word as Broome is converted into a war zone. All in their name, for their project, for their bottom line. Their silence makes a mockery of their fine statements, their policies and their expensive advertising campaigns that pronounce their credentials as fine corporate citizens who care about communities. The prime mover of this consortium, Woodside, has a "Sustainable Communities Policy" which states that as a company it "wishes to establish long-term relationships based on trust and respect that deliver mutual benefit". It says it will achieve this by "listening to the community and delivering on its commitments" and it will contribute "to the building of thriving communities". They must be joking. The Broome community and a growing movement of people across Australia have said no, and have said it again and again. How does Woodside plan to establish long-term relationships and trust and respect while an army of police is sent in to smash local opposition on its behalf, and when, precisely, will it start listening to the community that does not want this development? Meanwhile, over at the Chevron Australia website, more fine words and sentiments about its deep commitment to the local community. Here managing director Roy Krzywosinski tells us that, "at Chevron Australia, we think like a community member because we are a community member" and "our focus is on building productive, collaborative, trusting and beneficial relationships". Really? Well, as a member of the "community", perhaps Ray could let Premier Barnett know that he's not that keen on having his neighbours thrown in prison for standing in the way of bulldozers, or he could object when traditional owners are told they can either accept a deal to have the development forced on them or have their land compulsorily seized. Because that is what community means: standing up for one another, caring for one another. Premier Barnett and his head cheerleader in the federal government, Martin Ferguson, long ago gave up looking like credible representatives of the public interest, and the latest outrage by the WA government is hardly a surprise, given their past form. In this environment, only the corporations can make sanity prevail and end this conflict. It is time Woodside and friends re-read their policies and statements. It is time they listened to Broome. It is time that they said no to Barnett and Ferguson, and it is time they announced they will pipe the gas south and leave Broome, its people and its beautiful environment alone. Lyndon Schneiders is national director of The Wilderness Society.
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Out West - Live at Gumala Radio Station, Tom Price WA
Glenn Skuthorpe performs Out West - live at Gumala Radio Station in Tom Price WA during the Shire of Ashburton School Holiday Program. Big thanks to the communities of the Pilbara for welcoming us to the community. Buy the single now: http://bit.ly/OutWestSingle See you on the road. Links: www.glennskuthorpe.com http://www.reverbnation.com/glennskuthorpe http://www.facebook.com/glennskuthorpemusic https://soundcloud.com/glennskuthorpe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClGAEukeHvGFpE204swwc3w https://twitter.com/GlennSkuthorpe Glenn's music crosses genres, creating a unique sound reminiscent of Springsteen and Steve Earle. He's a vital and compelling storyteller with poetic lyrics full of love and loss, murder, betrayal and renewal. The Noonghaburra, Muruwari, Kooma man has toured the world and his music appears in television programs and documentaries around the globe.
Views: 137 Glenn Skuthorpe

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