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Dec 01, 2021
MoU for Ardmore phosphate transport

MoU for Ardmore phosphate transport

Agriflex has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Aurizon to formulate the freight arrangements to distribute and export Ardmore phosphate. Ardmore project owner Centrex Metals launched the Agriflex brand to market product from the Ardmore project in North West Queensland. The MoU with Aurizon centres on formulating a framework around Aurizon transporting five 5000… This content ...

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Dec 01, 2021
Mount Chalmers resource estimate upgraded

Mount Chalmers resource estimate upgraded

QMines has increased the resource estimate for its Mount Chalmers project near Rockhampton by 38 per cent. The upgrade takes it to 5.8Mt grading at 1.7 per cent copper equivalent. for 101,000 tonnes contained copper equivalent. It is the second resource estimate released since QMines listed on the ASX in may and another upgrade is… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members only.Log...

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Dec 01, 2021
Early mail on exploration opportunities

Early mail on exploration opportunities

The latest Queensland Exploration Program heralds upcoming land releases for greenhouse gas storage and for petroleum and gas exploration. The QEP aims to help resource companies plan their investment and exploration activities by releasing a forward schedule of exploration opportunities. In this case the tenders open this month and close in March, with the outcomes… This content is for iQ ...

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Dec 01, 2021
Developers take key site in $18.15m sale

Developers take key site in $18.15m sale

Property developers Chris Morris and Errol Stewart have joined forces to secure the South Yards Precinct site in Townsville in a $18.15million deal. The 17ha site on the CBD fringe is earmarked for a community precinct, with zoning in place for a mixed-use development featuring commercial uses including convenience shops and specialty retailing, small scale… This content is for iQ Industry ...

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Dec 01, 2021
Adani slams lack of deterrent to activist attacks

Adani slams lack of deterrent to activist attacks

An Adani business has fired up after the latest anti-coal action to disrupt the company’s Queensland operations, saying governments were failing to enact adequate deterrents and penalties. Police were called early today after an activist suspended himself from a stacker reclaimer at the Abbot Point coal export terminal near Bowen in North Queensland. It came… This content is for iQ In...

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Dec 01, 2021
Mount Isa East ‘surpasses expectations’

Mount Isa East ‘surpasses expectations’

Newly-listed Cooper Metals says field work at its flagship Mount Isa East project has returned rock chip assays of up to 35.3 per cent copper and 7.96 g/t gold. Managing director Ian Warland described the early results as surpassing expectations, with high-grade gold samples coming from a new prospect area in the north-eastern portion of… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members o...

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Dec 01, 2021
Tenders called on Port of Bundaberg upgrade

Tenders called on Port of Bundaberg upgrade

A multi-million-dollar project to build common user infrastructure at Port of Bundaberg is a step closer, with the detailed plans complete and tenders open. The new infrastructure will open the way for the Wide Bay region to increase exports of bulk commodities including minerals, timber products (wood pellets and woodchip) and agricultural products such as… This content is for iQ Industry ...

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Nov 30, 2021
Hiab brings big crane with new tech

Hiab brings big crane with new tech

Hiab has launched the 110-tonne metre ™ super heavy loader crane HIAB iQ.1188 HiPro, with the company’s new control system to deliver productivity and safety benefits. The iQ range is based on the new control system SPACEevo, with the CombiDrive 4 remote control used for the first time on the HIAB iQ.1188 HiPro. The HIAB… This content is for iQ Industry Queensland members only.Log In ...

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Nov 30, 2021
Flinders River water release to boost industry

Flinders River water release to boost industry

Thousands of megalitres of water are being made available in Queensland’s north-west, including for the state’s first vanadium mine. Water Minister Glenn Butcher said the department was announcing a competitive tender for 110,000ML of unallocated water from the Flinders River general reserve to support agricultural development in the Flinders catchment. “We are delivering on our… This conte...

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