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Qatar Petroleum says will list 49 pct of its shares in aluminium plant

The state energy giant will list 49 percent of its shares in the country's aluminium smelter plant Qatalum in a public offering.

Anglo American to end investment in deep sea mining company Nautilus

Anglo has a 4 per cent stake in Toronto-listed Nautilus.

Russia's NLMK says could close U.S. business due to tariffs

NLMK is Russia's top steelmaker.

Alcoa ready to resume labor talks for Canada aluminum smelter

The smelter, which produces some 430,000 metric tonnes of aluminum annually, has been operating at reduced capacity by non-union workers since Jan. 11.

Australian lithium miner, Chile's SQM choose site for new plant in West Australia

Kidman Resources has chosen a site in Kwinana, Western Australia with Chilean joint venture partner SQM to develop a lithium processing plant.

Workers seek partner to buy and operate aging Peru smelter

La Oroya polymetallic smelter had been operated by Doe Run Peru, a unit of the U.S.-based Renco Group, from 1997 until the company went bankrupt in 2009 and its assets were transferred to a group of former creditors.

China opens iron ore market to the world in pricing, image push

China to allow foreign investors in iron ore futures from Friday.

One miner dies after being trapped in South African gold mine

Sibanye-Stillwater said five of 13 miners trapped underground in a South African gold mine were rescued but one of the five had died.

Benchmark zinc treatment charges down 15 pct in 2018- Nyrstar

Zinc supply has been falling over the last few years as major mines reached the end of their lives and Glencore cut its own output.

Brazil's Sigma Lithium to list in Toronto next week

The Brazil-based lithium mine developer eyes a wave of demand for the metal used in rechargeable batteries for iPhones and electric cars.

Sibanye's S.African gold output drops, expects to recover losses by year-end

Sibanye-Stillwater's gold output at its South African mines had been hit by by safety and operational disruptions in the first quarter.

Climate resolution at Rio meeting heralds coming climate avalanche: Russell

Rio Tinto shareholders that voted in favour of a resolution calling the miner to review its membership of the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) and other lobby groups.

Glencore's Congo mining conundrum

The miner and commodities trader is embroiled in a legal tangle over its copper and cobalt operations in Democratic Republic of Congo, where conflict and changes to regulations have deterred many mining firms.

U.S. cuts off Brazil tariff talks, adopts steel import quotas

Brazil on Wednesday contradicted a United States announcement that the two countries had reached a deal on a permanent exemption from steel and aluminum import tariffs, saying the Trump administration had unilaterally cut off talks.

Chairman of En+ says working on reducing Deripaska's stake

Greg Barker welcomed a decision by the U.S. Treasury on Tuesday to give investors an extra month to divest or transfer their holdings in En+ Group and other sanctions targets.

Mongolian Copper Corp considers international fight for Erdenet mine

State seeks enforced acquisition of MCC's Erdenet stake.

Vedanta considers building zinc smelter in South Africa

Company is accelerating expansion of its African zinc operations to take advantage of a surge in zinc prices.

Two U.S. coal miners see growth amid sector's gloom

Most miners producing coal for electricity are getting battered by cheap natural gas and increasingly stringent pollution controls.

Australia corporate watchdog expands legal action against Rio Tinto, former executives

The global miner has denied any wrongdoing in a similar case brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Glencore wins temporary injunction against billionaire Dan Gertler -FT

Gertler, who is the subject of U.S. sanctions, is owed some royalties by Glencore, but the London-listed company disputes the amounts claimed.

Australia's Mineral Resources says to sell minority stake in lithium project

Mining services provider Mineral Resources Ltd on Tuesday said it was looking to sell a minority stake in its Wodgina Lithium mine in the west of Australia.

Mint American Eagle gold coin sales at weakest April since 2007

Meanwhile, silver coin purchases for the month rose 10 per cent higher than last year.

Metals maker Arconic slashes forecasts, shares slide

Prices to remain high due to sanctions, tariffs.

Contura, Alpha to merge, creating largest US met coal producer

The deal comes as investors look for consolidation in an industry that is recovering from a deep downturn in 2015 and 2016.

Indonesia's Timah Q1 refined tin output down 23 pct

Refined tin output fell to 5,361 tonnes in the quarter from 6,963 tonnes in the same period last year, the company said in a statement.