Mineral Sand Mining

Major project status puts open-cut vanadium mine and hundreds of jobs in the fast lane for north Qld

A project in the minerals province of North Queensland being fast-tracked is set to provide hundreds of jobs along the way, reports Projectory.

New cracking and leaching plant for Kalgoorlie expected to create 500 construction and 200 ongoing jobs

Kalgoorlie has been selected as the location for a new cracking and leaching plant, creating new jobs and a first step in establishing a critical minerals hub in the Goldfields region.

Pricetag of $118m for Eyre Peninsula graphite mine

A major South Australian resources project has achieved a key milestone.

Regulatory approval granted for a $366m mineral project in WA’s Kimberley

A resource producer has been given the green light to proceed with its $366 million mineral development in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.

World’s second largest producer of rare earth materials shortlists Kalgoorlie as potential site for new cracking and leaching plant

The world’s second largest producer of rare earth materials has shortlisted Kalgoorlie as one of two potential sites for its new cracking and leaching plant.

Shovel ready mineral sands project in Kimberley to cost $392m to develop, first ore targeted in H2 CY2021

A shovel ready mineral sands project in the northwest of WA will cost $392 million to develop and could be producing ore in the second half of 2021.

$270m mineral project reaches commissioning stage in WA’s Wheatbelt

Projectory can reveal two contractors which helped a mineral resources company bring a $270 million project to fruition in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region.

New rare earths project planned for WA’s Goldfields region worth up to $500m

A rare earths mining company has announced exciting plans for a new plant in Western Australia’s Goldfields-Esperance region.

$257 million mineral sands project in Mid west construction-ready pending finalisation of project financing

A proposed mineral sands project in the Mid West of Western Australia will cost $257m to develop, take 18 months to deliver first ore from execution, employ 316 people in construction and 144 in operations and have a life of 22 and a half years.