Silver, Lead and Zinc Ore Mining

Proponent of $170m lead and silver project in Gascoyne accelerating project development through 2019 and targeting formal construction in 2019

The proponent of a proposed $170 million lead and silver project in WA's Gascoyne region revealed at this year's Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum in Kalgoorlie that it was accelerating project development through 2019 and on track for formal construction in 2019.

Tasmanian miner joins forces with wind farm development

A Tasmania miner and wind farm developer have signed a unique construction agreement.

Dual shutdown project gears up in North Qld bringing together a workforce of 300

Projectory details contractors and the scope of work involved in the shutdown services to a North Queensland silver and lead mine.

Proponent of $95m lead-silver project in East Kimberley targets development decision towards late 2020

The proponent of lead-silver project in the East Kimberley estimated at $95 million is progressing to an optimised Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) on the project and is aiming to finalise a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) leading toward a development decision towards late 2020.

Proponent of $154m lead project in Gascoyne aims for start of construction mid-year following finalisation of DFS

The project manager for a lead mining project in the Gascoyne region of WA with a capex of $154 million said a go date of mid-2019 was targeted for finalisation of a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) with start of construction shortly thereafter.

Mining lease granted for high-grade Tasmanian tin deposit

The Tasmanian Government has granted a mining lease for a high-grade tin deposit, which is set to make the miner the second largest producer of tin in Australia – and the project director has filled Projectory in on all the details.

Operations to resume at Tasmanian tin mine

The CEO of a tin project located in northern Tasmania has revealed to Projectory a return to mining operations, following the completion of a new tailings storage facility.

Tenders now open for zinc refinery expansion in north Qld

Projectory can provide the list of subcontracting packages required within the civil works contract yet to be awarded on the zinc refinery expansion.

A $300 million expansion of a north Qld zinc refinery set to deliver hundreds of jobs

Projectory speaks to the recruitment arm of the principal prior to heading into construction.