Stanmore Coal: (ASX:SMR): Dan Clifford, Managing Director26th July 2017
Dan Clifford, Managing Director of Stanmore Coal (ASX:SMR), provides an overview of what outcomes the previous 12 months has seen for the company and what's to come in the future.
Baralaba Coal's future in limbo once again14th July 2017
The future of Central Queensland mining company Baralaba Coal is in limbo once again after the company went into voluntary administration this week.
Caledon Coal administrator mulls takeover offers7th July 2017
Eight parties have made offers to buy Caledon Coal’s Cook Colliery Mine in Queensland following the collapse of the China-backed operation in recent months.
Rio shareholders set to back Yancoal bid29th June 2017
China's Yancoal is set to seal a $US2.69 billion bid for Rio Tinto's NSW coal operations on Thursday, with Rio Tinto shareholders expected to favour the deal.
Stanmore on track exceed production expectations28th June 2017
Stanmore Coal’s Isaac Plains open cut coal mine in Queensland is expected to marginally exceed the company’s prior guidance of 500,000 tonnes of run-of-mine coal for the June quarter and 1.15Mt coal production for the year.
BHP reaches Japanese mileston5th June 2017
BHP Billiton has today marked 50 years since it first partnered with Japan on iron ore and coal developments in Australia.
Anglo American finalises sale of Dartbrook coal mine31st May 2017
AusBN - Anglo American (LSE:AAL) has completed the sale of its 83.33% interest in the suspended Dartbrook coal mine in New South Wales (NSW) to Australian Pacific Coal (ASX:AQC).
Hundreds of CQ mining jobs in limbo25th May 2017
A MINING company recently placed in receivership, leaving hundreds of jobs in limbo, could deliver another blow to an already struggling industry.
Miners using more green energy to power their pits18th May 2017
Major mining companies, including some of the world’s biggest suppliers of fossil fuel, are seeking to use more renewable energy themselves as they strive to drive down costs and curb emissions.
Caledon goes into voluntary administration16th May 2017
AN INRUSH incident that submerged the longwall at Caledon’s Cook Colliery in Queensland in March 7 has led to the company to appoint PPB Advisory as administrators.