The Asia Miner

JUL-SEP 2019

The ASIA Miner - Reporting Important Issues to Mining Companies in the Asia Pacific Region

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T H E A S I A M I N E R CO N T E N T S DEPARTMENTS 55 Adverঞser's Index 42 Calendar of events 2 From the Editor 41 On the Move 49 Product News 55 Subscripঞon Form 43 Supplier News In these uncertain ঞmes, gold returns as a safe haven commodity, p. 27 World Bank launches the Climate-Smart Mining Facility, p. 4 Residual materials from the mining industry given a new life, p. 19 Features 27 Gold: The return of the safe haven commodity 18 Waste to Energy: We look at novel developments in mining and beyond that are turning "waste" into a commodity Regional Focus: PNG & South Pacific 13 World Bank: New large-scale resource projects could boost PNG's real GDP to five per cent 14 Top lawyer quesƟons ABG's interpretaƟon of mining act 15 Licence granted to Coppermoly for Kori River ExploraƟon 15 Ramu NiCo gets noƟce to stop moving chromite 16 NauƟlus Minerals looks to sell assets 16 Cook Islands Government passes Seabed Minerals Bill Leading Developments 4 World Bank launches the Climate-Smart Mining Facility 5 Taking responsibility for the planet's lifeblood 6 Responsible mine closures an answer to sustainable environment and economy 7 DigiƟsaƟon in beneficiaƟon technology helping reduce water consumpƟon 9 Guideline for the implementaƟon of autonomous systems in mining released 9 GMG launches teleportaƟon project 10 Rio Tinto's AutoHaul™ posiƟons WA as global rail technology leader 11 A foam bath for ores 12 Weld Australia calls on Government to mandate compliance to Australian Standards Around the Region 34 Briefing Note: South Korea shiŌing further away from coal 36 WA home to AU$135 million naƟonal baƩery research hub 39 Owner of Australia's largest graphite resource receives funding boost

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