Amelia Martyn-Hemphill

Amelia is print and digital journalist who has worked in New York, London and Moscow. Formerly at Bloomberg and TheStreet, her work has also appeared on The Atlantic, The Huffington Post, MSN Money and USA TODAY. She holds an MS from Columbia Journalism School and MA from Oxford University.

Glencore halts Zambia copper production after mine deaths

Mining giant rushes to upgrade facilities following underground accidents.

Rio Tinto sells Mount Pleasant coal

Takes Rio’s divestment tally to $4.7 billion over the last three years

Gold, silver producer McEwen reports Q2 profits

The Toronto based company sees gains on output increases.

Randgold profits down after ‘tough quarter’ of production issues

The UK based miner struggled after gold output slumped at key locations.

Karnalyte shelves financing talks for new potash mine

Negotiations fall through with Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals.

Australia's environmental agency rejects Cameco uranium mine plan

Yeelirrie mine deemed a threat to the environment says agency

Lithium could be the new gasoline as Tesla stokes demand

It's being called 'Silver Petroleum' and car manufacturers are scrambling to get hold of it.

Silver Wheaton bulks up on Brazilian gold

Silver Wheaton stock gets a boost from $800 million Vale goldstream buy.

China and Russia continues to buy into bullion

The rush to buy gold continues as major economies add to reserves.

Australia cashes in on bauxite boom, fuelled by Chinese demand

Bauxite miners ride the wave as China steps up aluminum production.

Suncor burned by wildfire damages and slump in oil production

The largest crude oil producer in Canada announced net losses of C$735 million after Alberta wildfires near Fort McMurray forced its oils sands operations to be temporarily suspended back in May.

Teck delivers surprise profit, stock surges

Systematic cost cutting has taken some strain off Teck's balance sheet over the last few years as metal prices have slumped.

Scientists hit back against Pebble's demands as EPA fights lawsuit

Pebble Limited Partnerships has re ignited the debate around Federal overreach in the mining industry with its latest efforts to overturn a controversial project veto from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).