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Barrick on track to meet 2016 debt reduction target — Haywood

The sales of Kalgoorlie and Barrick's 63% interest in Acacia would provide well in excess of $2 billion.

Shell presents its portfolio of lubrication products

When you start to think that one injector can over-lubricate by $50,000 a year and when you’ve got—on some machines—200 injectors, some of those savings can be huge.

What's happening in the Golden Triangle is 'game changing' – Colorado Resources CEO

The company's targets are high-grade gold veins similar to the Snip Mine and Pretivm Resources Valley of the King deposit, as well as bulk tonnage copper-gold mineralization similar to Seabridge Resources KSM Project.

This is what CAT's 794 AC truck can do for you

Caterpillar’s introduced its newest large mining truck, the 794 AC, at MINExpo International 2016.

Atlas Copco goes cabless

Atlas Copco has just introduced the PV 275 CA, which is a fully autonomous and cab-less Pit Viper 275 blasthole drill.

Boart Longyear presents hands-free rod handling drill

Rod-handling is the number one cause of injuries and other injuries in drill sites.

This Ty-Rail Quick-Tensioning System will save you lots of time

Haver & Boecker launched its Ty-Rail quick-tensioning system at MINExpo International 2016.

Cameco up 11% on better-than-expected revenues

Uranium market still anemic.

Skeena up 9% after intersecting 24 g/t gold over 3.2 metres at Snip

"Our objective over the next few months is to complete the acquisition of the mine and to prepare for an aggressive underground drill program in 2017."

How a wireless mesh tech company entered the mining world

Rajant's CEO Bob Scheena talks about the growing use of wireless mesh technology at mine sites around the world.

Exploration firms the biggest winners of renewables use in mining — study

Power generation costs could be dramatically reduced by the adoption of semi-portable, flexible solar and wind energy solution, say experts.

Liebherr extolls feature set of its 200-tonne excavator

Hydraulics and electrics within a closed-loop system

How Joy Smart prevented a $2 million conveyor failure

The company was all about the data at MINExpo 2016.

Atlas Copco’s campaign wows advertisers

Watch a Simba S7 pocketing six balls in six pockets with one stroke of the cue.

South African union reaches tentative wage deals with platinum trio

AMCU has been demanding pay hikes of more than 50% for its lowest paid members and a 15% hike for its higher paid members.

Worker dies at La Escondida mine

La Escondida is 57.5% owned by BHP Billiton and 30% owned by Rio Tinto.

Canadian diamond thieves finally arrested

The arrest came following a Canada-wide warrant.

Alberta’s plan to phase out coal coming this fall

The project will include financial help to coal emitters closing their plants and transitioning to cleaner forms of power.

Oil prices to rise in 2017: World Bank

The new forecast is a response to OPEC's decision to limit production after a long period of unrestrained output.

Cooling fans can consume up to 10 pct of an engine's fuel

Fans driven using viscous technology.

Brazil charges 21 people with homicide in Samarco disaster

If convicted, accused executives could face sentences of between 12 and 30 years in prison.

What to expect from the next generation of autonomous trucks

Equipment will be making decisions on its own.

2017 not so good for nickel: BMI

BMI predicts that in 2017 nickel prices will start to moderately decline, as the global market moves into 27.2 thousand tonnes surplus.

Cat scales back room and pillar business

CAT said it remains committed to existing customers.

Tires are a top five cost for a miner

KalTire Canada's VP of Operations talks about company's innovations when it comes to monitoring, changing and recycling tires.