• Out and about

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  • Improving productivity
    though innovation

    Improving operational value and reversing the marked trend of declining productivity
  • New ways to identify
    and nuture innovation

    Technology development and implementation for the global minerals industry
  • User-driven
    partnership model

    Collaborations between technology developers, commercial suppliers and end users
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  • CRC ORE aims to transform the minerals sector by deploying innovative world-class technology to effect a step change in value across the whole-of-mine system. Our research is focussed on extracting more value through looking at optimising all elements of the mining process and extracting value-chain efficiencies through better understanding of the way in which processes work together across the whole-of-mine system. New technologies are assessed live on mine sites and then transferred back to the industry.  
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  • IMARC 2016, an Innovation in Mining Forum in Brisbane and Newcrest taking the podium at the Melbourne Mining Club recently were just a few highlights from CRC ORE staff and Participants out and about since our last edition of CRC ORE News. We also take a look at some upcoming events of interest during 2017.
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  • In the last three months, CRC ORE has commenced four new site-based Grade Engineering® projects. CRC ORE’s Luke Keeney, General Manager – Implementation reports
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  • Hot on the heels of CRC ORE’s Annual Assembly 2016, the date for CRC ORE’s 2017 Annual Assembly has been set for 21 November 2017 in Brisbane. For presentations, photos and the wrap up of the 2016 Assembly, read on.
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Our innovation pathway

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  • Unlocking new value through innovating optimisation.  There's a better way to do it.  We find it. CRC ORE does this through its research Development Programs.
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  • Unlocking new value by radically improving each part of the process - and extracting value-chain efficiencies by showing how the parts work together across the whole system. CRC ORE is bringing this aspects together through its Delivery Themes.
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  • Ground-truthing our innovations on-site, at production scale.
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  • Matchmaking our innovative new technology with the people who can make best use of it and introducing partnerships between our participants.
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Participants

The Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE) is founded under the Cooperative Research Centres programme.

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The Centre is supported by AMIRA, Anglo American, AngloGold Ashanti, Bear Rock Solutions, BHP Billiton, Comet Strategy, CRC Mining, CSIRO, Curtin, DataMine Australia, Gekko Systems, Glencore, Hatch, IMDEX, JKTech, Kellogg’s Institute (KIN), METS Ignited, Mipac, MRIWA, Newcrest, NRC Canada, Orica, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Scantech, Sedgman, Sodern, Split Engineering, SRK Consulting Canada, Sumitomo, Teck, University of Adelaide, University of Queensland (UQ), University of Tasmania (UTAS) and Whittle Consulting.

MINING Participants (implementation)

Anglo American
AngloGold Ashanti
BHP Billiton
Newcrest
Glencore
Teck
Sumitomo

METS Participants (delivery)

Hatch
IMDEX
JKTech
METS Ignited
Orica
Sedgman
Sodern

METS Associates: Bear Rock Solutions, Comet Strategy, DataMine Australia, Gekko Systems, Mipac, Whittle Consulting, Scantech, SRK Consulting Canada, Split Engineering

RESEARCH Participants

AMIRA
CSIRO
Curtin University
Kellogg’s Institute (KIN)
Mining3 (formerly CRC Mining)
MRIWA

NRC Canada
QUT
University of Adelaide
University of Queensland
UTAS

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