Innovation and new developments are a welcome result of COVID-19 restrictions within the industry
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Writing on behalf of RWSN, Sean Furey looks at the UPGro programme in sub-Saharan Africa
Forecast modelling suggests an additional 8,000 workers will be needed in WA's resource sector
After 20 years of leadership, IMDEX MD Bernie Ridgeway reflects on business as he retires
GreenFire Energy executives have written an open letter to the oil and gas industry
Phil Hines considers the problems around not receiving SI data in a standard digital format
The story of one man's visit to Centralia, a US town all but destroyed by underground mine fires
Writing on behalf of the FPS, Philip Hines looks at how to avoid hand injuries on job sites
Just how is the Australian drilling sector coping with the effects of COVID-19?
How important is it for water well drillers to have active associations to support them?
Will the COVID-19 lockdown prompt a change to the culture of late payment in the construction sector
Keller and a university PhD student are researching more sustainable geotechnical solutions
Leading companies have collaborated together to create safe working guidelines for GI sites
A look at the potential problem of under-maintained boreholes being restarted
The British Drilling Association names replacement for outgoing chair Martyn Brocklesby
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