Multiyear Contracts Awarded

The Boart Longyear water services division currently has multiyear contracts with the largest iron-ore mining operations in the Pilbara region of northern Western Australia to undertake water-well drilling at active and future mine sites.

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Boart Longyear’s DCi Helps Cut Drilling Costs

Olympic Dam is Australia’s largest underground mine site with more than 450 kilometres of underground development.

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Geo Drilling International: Hands-On

Boart Longyear has introduced TruCore™, a first-in industry integrated core orientation system. www.geodrillinginternational.com/features/hands-on


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Electronic Interface Boosts Underground Efficiency at Olympic Dam

Owned and operated by BHP Billiton, Olympic Dam is Australia’s largest underground mine with more than 450km of underground development.


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Australian Mining: More Power in a Smaller Package

Boart Longyear has released a new underground coring drill that packs a greater punch.

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Canadian Mining: New Powerful Underground Drill

Boart Longyear has expanded their line of underground LM modular drill rigs.

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Geo Drilling: Boart Longyear Drilling Efficient Wells

Boart Longyear uses dual-tube flooded reverse-circulation drilling to control high-yielding aquifers.

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E&MJ: Boart Longyear awarded contract

Boart Longyear is awarded a major contract for exploration drilling services at the Kibali Gold Mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Kibali mine is nearing startup and will rank as one of the world’s largest gold mines.

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Mining Weekly: Medium sized multipurpose drill rig launched

Integrated exploration drilling products and services provider Boart Longyear’s midsized LX11™ has been received positively by the market. Drilling contractors are impressed with the maneuverability and flexibility.

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E&MJ Mining Magazine: Niche Machines for Narrow-Vein Mining

While the world’s major mines focus on bulk extraction, narrow-vein deposits demand a different approach and different equipment.

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