Despite its insatiable appetite for materials, India is yet to impose itself among the mining heavyweights like Australia, China or even the U.K.
While lithium today isn’t the linchpin of Chile’s economy (that would be copper), miners are aggressively expanding production.
The international NGO in a report on Tuesday estimates the Taliban earns $2.5 million to $10 million a year from mining talc alone.
Goldcorp Inc. CEO David Garofalo says he’s happy with his company’s portfolio of assets, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have a wish list.
It’s becoming hard to keep track of all of Glencore’s legal battles in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Court agrees to consider overturning a ban on mining at the site of the nation’s largest known uranium deposit.
Fabio Schvartsman is pursuing a disciplined approach, keeping tens of millions of tons in the ground each year to prevent another painful glut.
Chengdu-based Tianqi is seeking to almost triple production capacity through 2020.
The new era of big batteries has already drawn scrutiny after fiery electric-car crashes across America and Europe.
The 450-kilometer (280-mile) track will link the southwestern town of Mayoko to a port at Pointe Noire.
Rising interest rates have trimmed the metal’s gains.
China’s thirst for energy is roiling markets in Europe, jolting the outlook for coal-hungry utilities as they struggle to cope with tighter pollution and environmental rules.
As demand for coal in the U.S. declines, miners depend increasingly on overseas markets.
Trump has proposed imposing duties on as much as $150 billion in goods over China’s alleged theft of intellectual property and unfair trade practices.
Alrosa has traditionally focused on rough-diamond mining but is gradually changing its business after Sergey Ivanov became CEO a year ago.
For the second time in a year, London-listed miner Petropavlovsk Plc is in the middle of a shareholder coup to throw out the board and revive its fortunes.
A scheduled hearing in a London court Friday was postponed as both sides worked to come to an amicable solution.
The writedowns are said to stem from Adani being forced to duplicate studies and redesign elements of the Carmichael project due to delays in regulatory approvals and ongoing legal challenges.
Seven mining companies submitted a proposal to the Mines Ministry insisting that the government reinsert a stability clause, contained in the 2002 code.
Bad news from South Africa’s platinum belt has pushed shares of Impala to the lowest since 1999.
The Canadian miner is the latest company to be hit by changing policies in Africa as governments seem increasingly willing to upend historic deals with foreign companies in their quest for more mining revenue.
The company is mired in disputes with the governments of Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo over law changes that raise taxes in the countries.
Imports in the first four months totaled 211.7 tons, a drop of 43 percent from a year ago, data collated by Bloomberg show.
BHP forecasts reforms in China’s steel sector will continue to hand an advantage to suppliers of higher-quality iron ore and coking coal as consumption of the alloy keeps growing well into the next decade.
Qatar Investment Authority stepped in after the sellers -- a consortium of QIA itself and mining giant Glencore Plc -- told CEFC it wouldn’t proceed with the original deal announced in October.