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October 2017

5 The Largest Gold Mine in The World

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Grasberg Grasberg, Papua The Grasberg mine is the largest gold mine and the third largest copper mine in the world. Located in Papua province in Indonesia near Puncak Jaya, the highest mountain in Papua, and has 19,500 employees. Mining operations operated by Freeport reached 1.444 million ounces. Cortez Cortez, Nevada Cortez is one of the…

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Running a Better Business lesson learn from Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer

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In business, you work with many partners. You may partner with vendors and clients on a regular basis, but arguably, the most important partnerships you’ll ever form are the ones you have with the other leaders at your company. While the partnership between business leaders within a company is critical, it’s also challenging. One of…

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Classic Machines: The Caterpillar DW-10 scraper

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Caterpillar missed a golden opportunity when it rejected Robert LeTourneau’s ideas for a motor scraper in 1937. It took them well over a decade to catch up properly, and by that time there were quite a few other competitors in the marketplace vying for sales. The first DW10 (1N series) was introduced in 1941, powered…

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5 Mine Areas That Become a Tourism Destination

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Some of the wounds of the Earth now becomes a place so beautiful can even be enjoyed and is visited by many tourists. Some of this area is the area of the mine that had failed or had exhausted its resources. quoted from various sources, following a number of ex-mining area in Indonesia are ‘…

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Businessman Projected Coal Price US $ 85 per Ton on 2018

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The Indonesian Association of Indonesian Mining Association (APBI) projected the 2018 coal price (HBA) will be at US $ 85 per ton. The price of coal will be determined by supply and demand. said Pandu Sjahrir as Chairman of APBI in Jakarta. He added that the government also wants coal production to be more stable…

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Barrick Gold’s nickel mine could become a ski resort

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Barrick Gold’s (TSX, NYSE:ABX) old Mascot Giant nickel mine, which closed in 1973 and is located near Hope, British Columbia, could soon become a ski resort, says a news story published today in The Province. Citing an interview with Dennis Adamson, electoral director of Electoral Area B of the Fraser Valley Regional District, the article states that the…

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Ways to Clean Up Oil Spills

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Oil is an important ingredient used in our daily activities. Oil is the mining material that many miners are looking for in high value. But the process of mining oil sometimes has its own challenges. The most frequent and detrimental to many is the oil spilled in the ocean. Not only miners who are harmed,…

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Breksi Cliff, Nature Tours of Former Quarry

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Recycle is a word we often hear in this day and age. Recycle itself is an activity to make something to be reused so as not wasted. Many of which we can recycle such as used tins used as toy cars, paper used as notes on the blank side and etc. It turned out that…

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The Cause of Damage an Undercarriage Excavators and Bulldozers

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The undercarriage is one of the important components in heavy equipment such as excavators and bulldozers. One of the components of heavy equipment section below includes the frame and a set of tracks and was instrumental in moving from one place to the other.  Damage to these parts could not be avoided, as it will…

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How to Choose the Right Systems Asset Management?

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In the rapid development of the world, forcing companies to maintain and protect assets well and digitally so as not to be left behind with the times. In Indonesia and some other countries have many software or systems that can manage asset management easily and automatically, but how to choose the right systems asset management?…

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