With a market facing a global deficit, the world’s biggest iron ore export port is flagging a timely boost in shipments as Fortescue and rivals bring on new mines in Australia’s Pilbara region.
Almost 60% of all new cars sold in Norway in March were fully electric, a global record as the country seeks to end fossil-fueled vehicles sales by 2025.
Investors are yanking money out of gold exchange-traded funds as hints of improving global growth and surging stocks lure them into riskier assets.
Congo collected $1.57 billion of revenue from mining companies last year, almost double the previous year, mostly in profit tax and royalties.
Saudi Arabian Mining Co. plans to boost gold output from about 415,000 ounces this year to one million by 2025.
Futures topped $90 a tonne on Wednesday amid increasing concern the crisis at Brazil’s Vale SA will be drawn out as regulators ordered dozens of dams to be shut.
The U.K.’s financial regulator has authorized U2 Diamond Prices Ltd. as a benchmark administrator, joining firms such as FTSE International Ltd. and ICE Benchmark Administration Ltd.
One group of Canadian oil producers is gaining from the output cuts imposed by Alberta: the small explorers.
Australia is joining the growing number of nations looking to compete in space. Its advantage? Half the country already looks like Mars.
Commodities had their best quarter in almost three years, but demand outlook is running into troubling signs in the U.S. and China, the two biggest consumers.
The world’s No. 3. gold producer may have contravened black economic empowerment rules tied to its mining rights when it awarded a 4.5 percent stake to employees instead of 6 percent.
The company, which is based in Toronto, sees “tremendous growth potential lying ahead.”
The metal hit an all-time high on March 21 after a massive rally that spurred predictions a reversal was inevitable.
Within the span of a decade, the country quadrupled its bullion reserves, and 2018 marked the most ambitious year yet.
South African mining companies are challenging parts of a government charter aimed at redistributing the country’s mineral wealth, saying it will deter new investment in the industry.
The Bluewater business, which is also attracting interest from closely held Fieldwood Energy LLC, is focused on deep-water exploration in the Gulf of Mexico and could fetch about $1.5 billion to $2 billion in a sale.
Women account for less than 5% of senior management at top trading houses, Bloomberg reported last year, and companies are under pressure to improve gender parity.
Investors are benefiting from a panicked realization across the aluminum industry that the supply chain is fragile.
The lawsuit is the latest escalation of a public battle between ENRC and the white-collar crime prosecutors that has been in and out of the courts since at least 2014.
Sibanye Gold Ltd. has decided that it won’t extend the life of Driefontein, once the biggest mine on the continent.
After promising to sweeten the pot with the largest dividend in 32 years, Newmont has won over two of its biggest investors to the merits of a $10B merger with Goldcorp.
SNC says it had recently updated Codelco on the status of the project, including what it called delays "that were the responsibility of Codelco."
Argentina is eyeing its first major new mining project in two decades, nudged forward by President Mauricio Macri’s market-oriented policies.
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler has promised to steer clear of matters involving the controversial Pebble Mine, which his former employer Faegre Baker Daniels LLP had represented.
Mounting investor concerns sent Goldcorp shares tumbling in New York.