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GeoproMining Gold LLC launches Albion Process™ Plant

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

GeoproMining Gold LLC launched its Albion Process™ Plant in Ararat, Armenia, last month.

MIPAC worked with XT to deliver this ground breaking technology for this significant project.

For more information about the launch and project, please read: 



MIPAC process control engineers optimising Laos mine

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Some of our highly skilled process control engineers are working on a project in Laos at the moment, upgrading the PanAust Limited-owned Phu Kham copper-gold mine, located north of Vientiene (pictured left).

We are programming the mine concentrator’s expanded Yokogawa distributed control system (DCS) which, with the addition of a number of field control stations, will manage a newly installed parallel ball mill and additional flotation equipment.

Read our news story to learn more about our contribution to this exciting project.

Cheers Eddie

Eddie De Rivera
Managing director


MIPAC and XT bring Australian technology to the world

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

The latest issue of Engineers Australia's Mining 2012 magazine profiles MIPAC's work for GPM Gold (GeoProMining Gold LLC) in Armenia.

MIPAC is working with Xstrata Technology on installing an Albion Process™ plant at GPM Gold's Ararat processing operation which services the company’s open-cut gold mine.

While this is Xstrata Technology's fourth installation of the Albion Process™, it the first time MIPAC has installed this technology.

Please read the article here: Engineers Australia Mining 2012, Issue 2, May 2012

Cheers Eddie

Eddie De Rivera
Managing director, MIPAC

MIPAC in western Africa

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

MIPAC recently completed a project for an international mining company with a gold mine in western Africa.

The mine's SAG mill needed attention so MIPAC's engineers undertook a discovery mission, followed this up with a feasibility study and then control optimisation.

Our client is delighted with our efforts. Just a week after MIPAC launched the new control system, there was a five per cent improvement in throughput, equating to a $10-15 million a year increase in revenue.

To read more about this successful project, visit Gold Mine SAG mill control, western Africa  



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