In this webinar we will unpack how enhanced process technologies are enabling and delivering step-change improvements in sustainability outcomes.
Carrapateena Copper Gold Mine
North Mara Gold Project
Masterclass presented at the CMP (Canadian Mineral Processors) conference on January 21, 2021.
Delivering the Mina Justa Project safely during a pandemic.
The AusIMM Bulletin sat down with Zimi Meka to discuss his leadership philosophy and how he has helped to build a strong team culture that celebrates diversity.
This joint webinar with AusIMM is the third instalment of our series where we investigate the changing landscape of minerals processing projects through a project lifecycle.
This paper leverages the Newmont Goldcorp data to review various methods for assessing comminution circuit efficiency.
Recently Ausenco partnered with AusIMM to deliver the first or our six-part webinar series addressing challenges faced by the minerals processing industry, with particular focus on copper and gold.
Thomas Mills, Process Engineer, explores some of the key questions project owners should ask when evaluating locations for hydrometallurgical battery refineries in North America.
Delivered in partnership with AusIMM, this webinar is the second in a series exploring and presenting solutions to minerals processing challenges through lifecycle of brownfield and greenfield projects. Our experts will highlight the role of studies and how to set studies up for success.
As digitisation continues to disrupt the mineral processing space, Austmine members Ausenco and Petra Data Science explore the future process plant in operation.
Ausenco Limited (ASX: AAX) and its strategic alliance partner, Duro Felguera S.A. (DF) (BMAD: MDF), have executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Atlantic Gold Corporation to deliver the Moose River Consolidated gold project (the “Project”) in Nova Scotia, Canada on an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) basis.
The relationship between Ausenco and the Coalition for Eco-Efficient Comminution (CEEC) began five years ago when CEEC’s founding Board members approached a core group of key industry CEOs to support the establishment of a Resource Centre to accelerate awareness, knowledge transfer and, by implication, improve energy and cost outcomes in the substantive area of comminution.
Greg Lane, Ausenco’s Chief Technical Officer has been elected to the Board of the Coalition of Energy Efficient Comminution (CEEC)
Ausenco commences $91 million EPC contract with Atlantic Gold
Ausenco Limited (ASX: AAX) today confirmed it is the preferred Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor for Atlantic Gold Corporation’s (TSX-V: AGB) Moose River Consolidated gold project (the Project) in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Customized tailings facility design and construction ensures the unique geographical, geotechnical, environmental and physical characteristics of each site are considered to deliver cost effective and environmentally friendly outcomes.
For efficient project execution establishing high quality process design and associated data at an early stage, and in a consistent manner, is essential. Fraser Johnstone explains Ausenco’s approach.
Paul Staples discusses potential design pitfalls of SAG milling circuits treating competent ores and subsequent consequences.
Innovative and frugal thinking during minerals processing plant design can significantly reduce project capital costs. Paul Staples explores the impacts of design thinking on costs and Ausenco’s successful approach.
The first large scale application of modern heap leach technology was in the early 1980’s at the Lo Aquirre Project in Chile
In the second of a three-part Insight, we talk to Ausenco’s Chief Technical Officer Greg Lane about his passion for comminution and how he sees the minerals processing industry developing over the next five years.
Process plant layout optimized
In Proceedings Metplant 2015 pp 163–174 (The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy: Melbourne).