Djibouti Oriole

Oriole keen to see progress in Djibouti

“Oriole is looking forward to seeing projects in Djibouti making progress again after what has been an extended period of inactivity." - Tim Livesey
investment

Investment, infrastructure and innovation vital for 2020

As 2019 draws to an end it is important to reflect on the journey of the sector in the last 12 months and sift through the insights that it has offered.
Tailings

Global Tailings Review launches public consultation

Bruno Oberle, Chair of the Global Tailings Review, has launched a public consultation on the draft Global Tailings Standard.
geochemical

Technological progress in geochemical services to increase effectiveness

The demand within the global geochemical services market for mineral and mining industry is escalating on account of advancements in mining operations.
Beckhoff

Digital mining: Next-generation safety controllers

The demands on modularity, scalability, openness and adaptability are steadily increasing in all areas of automation technology from Beckhoff Automation.
Refurbishment

TECH NEWS: African mines gear up through refurbishment services

Supplementing its refurbishment capability, the drive engineering specialist can also offer a drop-in gearbox replacement service.
circular economy

Mining in a circular economy meets stumbling blocks

Companies that take the circular economy seriously by finding creative ways to re-use the same materials will stand the test of time.
Emmerson

New port option saves Emmerson significant cash

Moroccan-focused potash developer Emmerson has finalised the feasibility study components of port and transport and logistics, including capital and operating cost estimates, for its world class Khemisset potash project in Northern Morocco.
automation

Artificial intelligence in the mining sector

Opportunities for digital technologies implementation, including implementation of artificial intelligence, are being implemented in the mining sector.
africa

Municipalities in Africa seek options to procure from IPPs

Energy demand in Africa is expected to double by 2050 and with its abundant supply of renewables, the continent has adequate capacity to supply this demand.

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