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Nautilus Minerals’ Seafloor Production Tools arrive in Papua New

The Collecting Machine,  a large robotic vehicle, will collect the cut material (sand, gravel, silt) by drawing it in as seawater slurry with internal pumps and pushing it through a flexible pipe to the Riser and Lifting System.
Deep Sea Mining
Nautilus Minerals Inc. announced that the Company’s Seafloor Production Tools have arrived in Papua New Guinea, and will shortly commence submerged trials. The Seafloor Production Tools – the Auxiliary Cutter, the Bulk Cutter and the Collecting Machine, were designed and built at Soil Machine Dynamic’s facility in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.

Amec FW signs MOU with Encanto and Muskowekwan First Nations

MRL and Encanto have a joint venture agreement to develop the Muskowekwan Potash Project - the first mining project in Saskatchewan, Canada, on First Nations land.
Potash Mining Project
Amec Foster Wheeler announced today that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Muskowekwan Resources Ltd (MRL), a wholly-owned operating company of the Muskowekwan First Nations and Encanto Potash Corp. MRL and Encanto have a joint venture agreement to develop the Muskowekwan Potash Project - the first mining project in Saskatchewan, Canada, on First Nations land.

Industry Solutions on show at Solids Dortmund & Recycling-technik

With shows in Antwerp, Dortmund, Krakow, Moscow, Rotterdam and Zurich, the SOLIDS European Series counts as Europe's biggest solids network.
Trade Show News
On 10th & 11th May 2017, the trade shows Solids Dortmund and Recycling-Technik will again take place in Dortmund. In two show days, supply and demand from near and far will meet together under one roof. To date, Easyfairs has already received numerous exhibitor bookings and expects 15% more than at the previous shows, a growth trend that is also reflected in a rapidly increasing attendance. With lectures, guided tours and an expert congress complementing the exhibition, visitors searching for new products and solutions will find a wide range of offerings here.

Premier Tech invests CAD 7 Million to expand one of its Plants

Starting in March 2017, the work for adding 2300 sqm to one of the two Industrial Equipment Group plants in Rivière-du-Loup will get under way.
Plant Expansion
To support the steady growth of its Industrial Equipment Group, Premier Tech will inject CAD 7 million into expanding one of the plants at its Campus in Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec, Canada. That investment is required due to the great demand for its automated packaging systems manufactured in Rivière-du-Loup and exported primarily to the Americas.

FLSmidth awarded first Phase of EPC Contract for Gold Mine

Belo Sun Mining has awarded FLSmidth the first phase of an EPC contract for a gold projectin Brazil.
Project Management
Belo Sun Mining Corp. has awarded FLSmidth the first phase of an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract for the Volta Grande gold project located near Altamira in Pará State, Brazil. The contract includes the completion of basic engineering, selection of construction contractors and the execution planning of the process facility.

Amec Foster Wheeler wins FEED Contract for Project in Spain

Berkeley Energia's Salamanca Uranium Project in western Spain has a Net Present Value of USD  531.9 million.
Uranium Processing Plant
Amec Foster Wheeler has been awarded a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) contract by Berkeley Energia for its uranium processing plant at its Salamanca Project, in western Spain. The scope of work by Amec Foster Wheeler will include engineering and procurement services to determine the capital cost of the front end crushing plant, as well as detailed engineering of the plant in preparation for the construction phase.

Essar Bulk Terminal Hazira Capacity set to expand by 67% to 50 Mt/a

With the latest expansion project, the capacity of EBTL’s Hazira terminal will increase from 30 to 50 Mt/a.
Bulk Terminal Expansion
The 550 m berth of Essar Bulk Terminal Limited (EBTL) in Hazira is being expanded by a further 1100 m to accommodate the steady growth in cargo throughput at the port. With the expansion, the capacity of the Hazira terminal will increase from the existing 30 to 50 Mt/a. Post completion of expansion, the port will have capability of simultaneously handling seven vessels at any point of time.

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