Tag: iron ore beneficiation

Mining & Resources

Q&A: Elardus Maré, Principal Metallurgist – Resource Strategy, Fortescue Metals Group

We at Informa Insights were extremely excited this week as we had the opportunity to pick the brain of Mr Elardus Maré, the Principal Metallurgist - Resource Strategy, Fortescue Metals Group. Elardus shared some wonderful insights into FMG's Metallurgical Centre of Excellence, the iron ore market as well as current technological trends. Enjoy! Informa Insights (II): You will be…

21 Oct 2014, by Test Test

Mining & Resources

Close-Up: Dr Scott Bensley

Dr Scott Bensley is currently the Principal Metallurgist Processing - Resource Development/Metallurgical Development, Rio Tinto Iron Ore. After graduating from Mineral Processing at the University of Queensland in 1993, Scott took a graduate metallurgist position at Tarong Coal near Nanango Queensland. During these first 2 years, he completed a 7 month secondment to the Century…

1 Oct 2014, by Test Test

Mining & Resources

Africa Iron Ore – To beneficiate or not to beneficiate?

Last month, the International Mining and Metal Series (IMM) opened the doors to the inaugural Iron Ore Beneficiation Africa conference at the Indaba Hotel and Conference Centre in Johannesburg. In light of the South African Government’s recent strategies to identify a number of policies, legislations and incentives to enable beneficiation, this has quickly become an…

1 Apr 2014, by Test Test

Mining & Resources

Iron ore beneficiation: Matching local raw materials with the right technology

In recent months, the government of South Africa has made significant efforts to achieve greater control of its resources and create more employment opportunities and economic growth for the wider community. In the lead-up to IMM’s inaugural Iron Ore Beneficiation Africa conference, we had the chance to speak to David Cousins, Industry Champion for Mining…

29 Jan 2014, by Test Test

Mining & Resources

South Africa to foster economic growth through iron ore beneficiation

Earlier this year, the South African government gave local beneficiation of minerals a boost by introducing a research and development (R&D) tax incentive as part of the nation’s long-term economic strategy. The tax incentive, which will provide an income tax deduction of up to 50% to eligible companies, is designed to encourage improved local technology…

29 Oct 2013, by Test Test