Resources Projects

Mining plan under development for $900m Central Australian rare earth venture

The proponent of a NT resources prospect has begun development of a key plan to underpin the project.

WA minerals project plans for construction next year

Australia’s only vanadium production facility has commenced front-end engineering design and plans to be in production by mid-2020.

Long planned minerals project inches closer with $95m government boost

A $260m Kimberley mineral sands project is expected to create more than 400 construction and 280 permanent jobs when it the first stage of construction begins next year.

Exceptional BFS confirms mineral project’s “phased ramp-up” to production in 2020

A WA sulphate of potash producer has confirmed plans to build a pilot plant and full-scale production facility after bankable feasibility study shows “exceptional financial outcomes” for its proposed SOP in the Pilbara.

WA minerals companies join forces to ramp up projects

Two neighbouring salt minerals companies have entered into a joint study to determine shared infrastructure costs for their projects.

Wheatbelt goldmine touts’ jobs as it heads underground

A WA gold miner will ramp up underground mining operations next year.

$700m mining contract secured for 10-year life of Bluff Coal Project in QLD

A 10-year contract has just been signed for a Bowen Basin coal project.

$1bn project takes a step toward construction to develop world’s largest coking coal resource

Projectory talks to mine developers for an accurate measure on the project’s current status and how to go about tendering for upcoming works.

Construction confirmed for WA minerals project in 2019

Projectory has learned that a company seeking to develop a $230m sulphate of potash project in the Pilbara expects to begin the first stage of construction early next year.

More workers and contracts expected for next stage of $700m lithium project

Stage two of the world’s largest lithium plant is underway bringing with it the promise of more contracts for local business, along with 200 more jobs.