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Cross-industry Workflow: An Evolving Resource Industry – Same Datasets, New Perspectives

In coming months QEC will deep dive with a series of profile articles focused on those individuals that are bridging the gap between Oil & Gas and Mining & Coal Industries. In doing so, these [...]

2021 QEC Technical Forum – Recording available

Attendees at today’s Queensland Exploration Council's Technical Forum were privy to the latest developments in Queensland's exploration and resources industries, and the news is overwhelmingly positive; our sector continues to experience exponential growth, Queensland's has [...]

Cross-Industry Workflow: What We Do See Depends Mainly On What We Look For – Perspectives On The New Energy Enterprise

In coming months QEC will deep dive with a series of profile articles focused on those individuals that are bridging the gap between Oil & Gas and Mining & Coal Industries. In doing so, these [...]

Strong economic value lies in North West Minerals Province

The Queensland Exploration Council (QEC) has welcomed a new report which highlights the vast mineral resource value and economic potential of the North-West Minerals Province and wider Northern Queensland area. Released today, the Repowering the [...]

Robots kicking goals for Queensland

When Brisbane mechanical engineer Jeff Sterling founded Universal Fields Robots his goal was to bring fully-autonomous robots with industrial-scale capabilities to the marketplace. In 2019 – with the latest addition to the company’s prize cupboard [...]

QUT researchers charge ahead on battery storage

QUT researchers will lead key research projects in expanding Australia’s battery industry from mining to manufacturing, with the announcement of the Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre. The Future Battery Industries CRC will involve 58 industry, government [...]

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