Developing techniques for Australian coal mining
The longwall top coal caving method could double the amount of coal recoverable from Australia’s thick seams of underground coal while improving safety and reducing the risk of spontaneous combustion.
Dr Chong Wong
Dr Chong Wong is the project leader for various commercial oil and gas projects related to multiphase flows, sand erosion and transport.
National Geosequestration Laboratory (NGL)
The NGL is a world-class research and development facility established to advance carbon storage technologies that play a crucial role in achieving a low-emission economy for Australia.
‘Electronic ears’ to guide mining drills
CSIRO scientists with the Minerals Down Under National Research Flagship have successfully used an electronic listening post to track and control a drill operating more than 300 metres below the Earth’s surface.
Patterns in a complex planet
The deep Earth, oceans and atmosphere form a tightly coupled and complex system in which small changes in one part can have a cascading effect on other parts.
Automating the nation
The latest edition of CSIRO Exploration and Mining's earthmatters magazine looks at how Australian science and engineering is advancing the frontiers of intelligent automation in the resources industry.
ARRC partnership in the West
A major initiative of the Western Australian Government, CSIRO and Curtin University of Technology, the Australian Resources Research Centre (ARRC) was developed as a partnership of research agencies and industry to become a significant international centre for research, training and technology development for the global resources sector.
Developing next generation mining technologies to secure Australia's global competitiveness
Deep Exploration Technologies CRC
The Deep Exploration Technologies Cooperative Research Centre delivers research into more successful, cheaper and safer ways to drill, analyse and target deep mineral deposits.