Cecilia Jamasmie

Cecilia Jamasmie, news editor at MINING.com, has over 15 years of experience in print media, TV, online media and public relations. She specializes in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and the Latin American market. Cecilia has been interviewed by BBC News and CBC among others. She has also been syndicated by Forbes, Seeking Alpha and BIV. She holds a Master of Journalism (MJ) from the University of British Columbia, Canada, and she is currently based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Enbridge buys stake in one of Europe’s largest wind parks for $1.7bn

The Hohe See wind park, to be located in the North Sea, has a planned capacity of about 500 megawatts.

Northern Dynasty slams short-seller report as class-suit looms

Rebuttal comes as shareholders launched an investigation over possible false and misleading statements made by the miner about its Pebble copper-gold project in Alaska.

Canada losing ground as mining investment destination

Report by the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) says the country is not in a good position to benefit from the increasing number of companies ready to make new and significant investments.

Vale’s iron ore output just hit another record

The world’s No.1 iron ore miner produced 349 million tonnes of the steelmaking ingredient in 2016, helped partly by the opening of its massive S11D mine.

Here's the latest scoop on Barrick's projects

The company is focusing on assets with the potential to add as much as 1.1 million ounces of gold to its total output beyond 2021.

Vale resumes sale of remaining fertilizer assets in Brazil

A reworked sale process for plants located in the southeastern city of Cubatão was reportedly launched in recent days.

Teck swings to profit in Q4 but misses expectations

The firm, North America's No.1 producer of coking coal, benefitted from the price rally — steelmaking coal climbed 155.5% to $207 in the quarter.

China may tighten up coal output curbs again as prices collapse

Restrictions would remain in place for six months, with some mines and areas possibly excluded.

Northern Dynasty stock hammered by short-seller report

Shares in the Canadian miner behind the stalled Pebble copper-gold project in Alaska nosedived after a report branded the venture as “worthless.”

Striking workers at BHP’s Escondida mine accept Gov’t mediation

The meeting is not a return to mediation but an attempt to agree to return to the negotiating table, the union said.

Kumba’s earnings doubled on higher prices, cost cutting measures

The Anglo American's unit logged earnings of $607 million for 2016, basically double the $304 million it recorded in 2015.

Freeport halts Grasberg mine, begins sending workers home

The firm has not been able to ship copper from the mine in over a month due to a ban on concentrate exports that kicked in on January 12.

Gold miners hammered by metal’s biggest one-day loss this month

Shares in most gold miners fell Monday as the precious metal price dropped more than 1% in early trading and was steadily heading to its largest single-session loss of the month.

Newcrest doubles first-half profit, to pay divvy

The miner attributed the good results to higher metals prices, increased gold and copper output and productivity improvements.

Iron ore soars past $92 a tonne, highest price in 2.5 years

Prices for the steelmaking commodity have more than doubled in value over the past year following near-decade lows of $38 a tonne in December 2015.

McEwen Mining keeps growing, buys exploration junior Lexam VG

The proposed friendly acquisition will give McEwen access to advanced exploration stage properties located in the heart of Timmins Gold Camp, northern Ontario.

Scientist finds three new uranium-rich minerals in Utah

The three new minerals, leesite, leószilárdite and redcanyonite, will allow researchers to study how different forms of uranium can propagate in the natural environment.

Canada’s Cameco posts $62 million loss hurt by sinking uranium prices

Prices for the radioactive metal have fallen more than 50% since the Fukushima disaster in 2011

Quebec pulls permits for Copper One’s exploration claims at Riviere Dore

The miner says the decision is clearly “abusive” and it evidences “an excess of jurisdiction,” reason why it will appeal the resolution.

Coal dust near Great Barrier Reef worries scientists, environmentalists

Coal has washed up very close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Australian authorities said, following an investigation into complaints of black dust on nearby beaches.

Anglo American to sell Kumba despite iron ore rally — experts

While iron ore prices have climbed 90% in the last year to over $80 a tonne, the sale of Kumba would prove prudent for Anglo's long-term outlook, given its high debt load, BMI analysts say.

BHP to spend $2.2bn on US Mad Dog oil project

Expansion has the potential to increase production to 140,000 barrels of oil per day from the about 80,000 barrels it currently generates.

Teck, Suncor up cost of Fort Hills oil sands project

Cost per barrel, however, will remain at about $84,000 per flowing barrel of bitumen.

Locals ask Brazil to suspend Belo Sun’s gold mine licence

Opponents claim the miner intends to use cyanide, depositing toxic waste in a dam located just 1.5 km from the Xingu River, a tributary of the Amazon.

Investors keep flocking to gold, push metal to three-month high

Gold last up at $1,242.20 an ounce, after hitting $1,245.40 earlier in the day.