China's Ganfeng Lithium files for Hong Kong listing

Ganfeng Lithium Co Ltd has filed for a Hong Kong stock market flotation, betting on a rise in demand for lithium as electric cars become more mainstream.

Zimplats FY profit tumbles after higher deferred tax charge

Platinum miner Zimplats on Friday reported a 94 percent drop in after-tax profit to $2.6 million after incurring a higher deferred tax charge.

Chile's Codelco produced 875,000 tonnes copper in first half of 2018 – CEO

The company expects to produce approximately 1.7 mln tonnes of copper in the whole of 2018.

Beijing summons aluminium foil makers for talks on Mexico anti-dumping probe

The move threatens to jolt China's exports of aluminium, which have been booming in recent months. Mexico "is a big market" for Chinese aluminium foil.

AngloGold's Guinea mine resumes operations after one-day strike

Operations have resumed at AngloGold Ashanti's Siguiri gold mine in Guinea

Inside Albemarle's quest to reinvent the lithium market

As global demand for lithium hits overdrive, Albemarle Corp is investing millions of dollars to engineer specialized types of the light metal for electric car batteries, part of a strategy to remain the niche market's top producer.

Congo's H1 copper production rises 8%, cobalt output up 38%

Congo is Africa's top copper producer and the world's leading miner of cobalt, which is a key component in electric vehicles and other electronic products.

Tahoe Resources says there was attempted theft at its La Arena mine in Peru

The company said five holes had been dug on top of a pipeline carrying a solution of gold and cyanide.

Trump allows targeted relief on steel, aluminum quotas -Commerce Department

South Korea, Brazil and Argentina will benefit from the measure.

Worker strike halts operations at AngloGold's Guinea mine

A strike at AngloGold Ashanti's Siguiri gold mine in Guinea has halts operations.

Construction begins at Botswana's first privately-owned coal mine

Botswana's Minergy Limited said on Wednesday it has started construction at its Masama Coal Mine, which is set to be the country's first privately-owned coal mine, following government approval.

Striking workers at Chile's Andina copper mine reject new offer

The 83 workers of the Plantas de Andina union began a strike on Aug. 20 after contract negotiations over salaries and bonuses failed.

Phoenix Global Mining seeks New York funds after London disappoints

Phoenix Global Mining, which is reopening a U.S. copper mine abandoned during World War II when its workforce left to fight, plans to list in New York in September after a disappointing launch on London's AIM market.

Chile's Antofagasta looks to expand mining operations in January

The London-listed company said in February it had received environmental approval for the three-stage infrastructure upgrade.

In Chilean desert, global thirst for lithium is fuelling a 'water war'

In Chile, threats of a government crackdown on over-usage of water often ring hollow. Mines need water, and the country´s copper-driven economy needs mines.

Canada's Teck resumes lead smelting at British Columbia facility

Teck Resources Ltd said on Tuesday that lead smelting had resumed at its Trail, British Columbia, facility after a seven-day suspension because of wildfires.

Canada's Teck to begin Quebrada Blanca mine upgrade in November

The company received environmental approval for the plan earlier this month, which aims to extend the life of the aging deposit and boost production.

Chinese, Russian-owned companies place binding bids for Serbian copper mine

In July, Belgrade invited bids for a partner to invest at least $350 million in debt-laden RTB Bor but did not say how big a stake it would offer in return.

Russia may buy aluminium for state stocks to support Rusal -minister

Russia has a plan to support world No.2 aluminium producer Rusal against U.S. sanctions put in place in April.

China exporting alumina again as soaring prices upend market

Contracts to export over 140,000 tonnes of alumina from China were signed in July amid a favourable price arbitrage.

Jiangxi Copper reports 54 pct jump in first-half net profit

The Nanchang-based company said its first-half net income came in at 1.28 billion yuan ($186.21 million), versus 830.2 million yuan a year earlier.

Shanghai rebar extends losses into 5th day after rally on output curbs

Shanghai rebar steel futures dropped nearly 1 per cent.

Mexico's next leader says NAFTA deal preserves energy 'sovereignty'

"It was established that Mexico's oil and natural resources belong to our nation," López Obrador said.

Chile's miner Codelco makes new offer to striking Andina workers

More than 80 unionized workers of the Plantas de Andina union went on strike a week ago.

China's Baosteel H1 profit surges on firm steel prices, warns of trade dispute risks

Baoshan reported a 62.2 percent surge on first-half net profit on firm steel prices, but warned about the risks of trade protectionism in the second half.