Modi meets prominent Australian business leaders in Sydney; invites investments in India

24 . 05 . 2023

During his meeting with Rinehart, the prime minister highlighted the reforms and initiatives being undertaken in India and invited her to partner in technology, investment and skilling in the mining and minerals sector, a statement by the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi said.Rinehart said that there are huge business opportunities between India and Australia. The Indian economy is growing at a healthy pace and reached about USD 3.5 trillion and there are plans to take it to USD 32 trillion in the next 25 years. “Growth in the future is going to be huge…Australia really needs to work harder to develop its relations with India,” she said, adding India has taken several steps to attract foreign investments by cutting approvals and regulations.

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Rinehart says nation needs to strengthen ties with India

24 . 05 . 2023

Mrs Rinehart, speaking to media on Tuesday after her meeting with Mr Modi, said the discussions were “exciting” and the trade potential between the two countries was “huge”. “The growth recently has been huge, the growth in the future is going to be huge. Australia really needs to work harder to develop its relations with India,” she said.“You only need to look at the investment that has flowed to India from about 60 different countries.”

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PM Modi’s meeting with Gina Rinehart, Executive Chairman of Hancock Prospecting in Sydney

23 . 05 . 2023

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New campaign launched to attract ex-defence members

23 . 05 . 2023

Help us spread the word about our new pathways and employment opportunities.

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Iron ore drives resources growth

22 . 05 . 2023

WA produces a diverse array of minerals, yet one commodity dominates the sector. The iron ore expansions that kicked off the mid 2000s were the start of a decade-long boom that is reflected in iron ore’s status as by far the biggest export earner in WA. Roy Hill Holdings – majority owned by Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting – has added substantially to the industry’s capacity, with annual production of over 60mt.

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‘We must constantly remind people that we need mining’

20 . 05 . 2023

This month is a special one for our mining company, as we are celebrating the anniversary of our Hope Downs mines development together with our 50 per cent partner Rio Tinto. In 2005 this was a game changer for our then little Aussie company.

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WA’s bedrock industry worth $246bn

24 . 04 . 2023

Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety data released today revealed a new annual sales record for the state of $246 billion, a $15 billion increase on last year’s record. “There was 855 million tonnes of iron ore sold from QA, the highest quantity on record for a single calendar or financial year,” DMIRS reported. “It was supported by record shipments from Hancock Prospecting and Fortescue Metals Group, as well as a recovery in sales from Rio Tinto’s operations particularly later in the year due to operational improvements and the ramp up of Gudai-Darri.”

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ANZAC Day | 2023

23 . 04 . 2023

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Atlas gets trucking on magnetite approvals

22 . 04 . 2023

Atlas Iron is hoping to build a 3 million tonne per annum magnetite project in the Pilbara, with production to be trucked to Utah Point at Port Hedland for export. Hancock Prospecting Group chief executive of projects Sanjiv Manchanda said he was pleased to confirm the Ridley project had commenced formal approval processes. “This involves a major investment which, if economic, could provide a critical input into the long-requested further upgrading of iron ore,” Mr Manchanda said. “This (iron) material is low and needs to be upgraded, or (the resource) will sit in the ground earning no revenue for West Australians, or the state and federal governments."

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Atlas awards mining contract for McPhee Creek

15 . 03 . 2023

Iron-ore miner has awarded mining contractor MACA a three-year mining contract at its McPhee Creek project, in the Pilbara. McPhee Creek is located 100 km from the Roy Hill mine, and is expected to produce at a rate of between 9.5-million and 9.7-million tonnes a year. Primary crushed ore from McPhee will be hauled via a road train to Roy Hill for processing and ultimately, shipping.

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