THOUGHT LEADERSHIP IN RESOURCES
Learn from resources professionals as they share their knowledge and expertise. Here you’ll find compelling, authoritative storytelling and opinions on hot topics within the Queensland resources sector.
Australia is well placed to provide critical minerals for the industrial development and technology needs of manufacturing economies. Australia possesses some of the world’s largest recoverable reserves of cobalt, lithium, manganese, tantalum, tungsten and zirconium. [...]
From "The Conversation" by Anita Parbhakar-Fox, Paul Gow, Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland Last month, scientists uncovered a mineral called Edscottite. Minerals are solid, naturally occurring substances that are not living, such as quartz or haematite. This [...]
Alex Moss CEO & Head Designer at Canaria Technologies and Women in Technology’s 2018 Startup Entrepreneur of the Year The catalyst for Canaria was the worst day at work I ever had. Today, I’m [...]
Drew Cox Project Manager, Geoscience Data Modernisation Project, Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ) In June 2019 the Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ) launched a pilot of the GSQ Open Data Portal. The pilot contains [...]
Words by Margarita Escartin Manager of Social Performance at QCoal Group QCoal has always worked with its Aboriginal stakeholders to create and sustain employment and training opportunities across the business, since our very first [...]
Words by Dee Clarke Work Management Planner at BHP & 2019 Indigenous Advocacy Award Winner There are some key mining 101 topics that come up time and time again: reducing costs, increasing productivity and [...]
The resource industry’s recent report on local content was printed in Gladstone by a local printer on the morning it was launched by the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) - a great example of the ‘buy [...]
Words by Nagaraj Ramaraj Operations Manager at Shell’s QGC business & Business Navigator Program Ambassador The Business Navigator Program is a social investment initiative of Shell’s QGC business. It was launched last year in [...]
Words by Sue Slater Consultant Geologist and Exceptional Woman in Exploration Award Winner 2019 As a geologist for almost 40 years now, when people ask me what it’s like to work in a [...]
Words by Rob Jackson Vice President Operations, South32 Cannington Mine & Diversity Champion Award Winner I believe the case for diversity is compelling and unequivocal. Cannington Mine operates at its maximum when there [...]
Words by Peter Hall CEO, Australian Industry Drilling Association Where we are right now in 2019, I can report most drilling contractors have full order books for the foreseeable future, which is pretty [...]
Words by Caoilin Chestnutt Resources Investment Commissioner, Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy Mineral exploration expenditure in Queensland saw a 26% increase last financial year to a total value of $280 million, [...]
Words by Jennifer Purdie CEO - Adani Australia Renewables When it comes to the state of Australia’s energy market, there’s certainly a lot of discussion in the media. Unfortunately a lot of it [...]
Words by Scott Drelincourt General Manager - QEM Ltd The narrative around renewables is as diverse and nuanced as the energy mix itself. It has been forecasted that by 2030 Australia will be [...]
Words by Ian Dover General Manager - Industry Implementation, METS Ignited In Europe and North America, the term ‘cluster’ has been used for 25 to 30 years to denote the coming together of suppliers, [...]
Words by Robert Hough Science Director, CSIRO Mineral Resources We live in a time when technology is rapidly advancing and at a rate that’s much faster than ever before. The industry has to [...]
Words by Kim Wainwright CEO, Xplore Resources Australia has a unique opportunity to become a world leader in the battery minerals market. The research on the future demand for battery minerals is undeniable. [...]
The Queensland Resources and Exploration Gateway (QUREX) is created and managed by the Queensland Exploration Council and is a collaboration with the Queensland Government.
Launched in 2010 as a not-for-profit initiative of the Queensland Resources Council, the Queensland Exploration Council focuses on investment attraction initiatives that showcase Queensland as a leading investment destination.
The Queensland Resources and Exploration Gateway is supported by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Trade and Investment Queensland and the office of the Queensland Resources Commissioner.