Australia’s Paydirt magazine is a highly regarded mining magazine which circulates internationally and features diverse coverage of the metals and minerals industry.
For 25 years, the monthly publication has delivered news, opinion and features focusing on the latest developments in the resources sector worldwide.
Paydirt’s journalists travel far and wide to bring its readership in depth coverage of companies and emerging projects within Australia and around the world.
The magazine plays an important role in the sector and thrives on providing key insights on the mining industry to a loyal and receptive audience, including senior mining executives, financial institutions and investors.
Volume 1, Issue 297
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With Salt Lake Potash entering voluntary suspension amid major commissioning setbacks at its Lake Way project, Kalium Lakes is poised to become Australia’s first sulphate of potash (SoP) producer, potentially as early as this month. The Beyondie project in the Pilbara will also be delivering products into a market gathering pace, with SoP prices at levels not seen in more than a decade. Michael Washbourne spoke to Kalium Lakes chief executive Rudolph van Niekerk about the company’s ambitions to expand production to 120,000 tpa by the end of next year.
The Paydirt crew was once gain on the ground in Kalgoorlie to report on all the major talking points from Diggers & Dealers. For the first time in the conference’s 30-year history, gold was overshadowed by the emergence of clean, green energy narratives. Beginning with our cover story, we take a look at what the decarbonisation thematic means for the future of the resource sector, including Bill Beament’s new venture Develop, along with a snapshot of the best stories from the main stage.
Europe is undergoing a minor revolution with the EU and national governments increasingly desperate to identify secure supplies of raw materials. Australia’s presence on the continent continues to grow, with companies such as Mineral Commodities and Vulcan Energy Resources looking to take advantage of their established potions in countries as diverse as Norway and Germany to pursue downstream opportunities in the burgeoning EV space. Other countries to be put under the Paydirt microscope include Spain, Greenland and Italy.
New South Wales
The past few months have been very challenging for the state with an outbreak of COVID-19 forcing many communities into lockdown. As in Western Australia during the early stages of the pandemic, the mining industry could be a beacon of hope for the people of New South Wales, We zero in on the projects where the drill rigs are continuing to turn and the outlook for production growth remains buoyant.
For over 25 years, the Australia’s Paydirt monthly publication has delivered news and opinion on the business of mining, from gold and precious metals to base metals and battery minerals; international news with a particular focus on Africa and Latin America; feature stories include project site visits, events coverage and mining services features.
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