Conflict-Free Sourcing Initiative Expands Geographic Scope, Adopts Risk-Based Approach
Mining equities didn’t fare very well in Ernst & Young's most recent Canadian Mining Eye report.
On Thursday the stock lost over 7%, closing at 18.30 pounds, after having skyrocketed almost 120% from May 22 to May 26.
The company says each of its six mines will be shut down for three weeks in the third quarter.
Inspections that took place between 2013 and 2014, revealed 16 infractions, nine of which were considered very serious.
Climate has a strong impact on copper resources, according to a new research by the University of Idaho and the University of Michigan.
THEnergy observes increasing interest in storage solutions from industrial off-grid end-customers and project developers.
After spending over US$3.3 million in exploration and development of the Liberdade copper project, Codelco is facing Vale's claims that it has an older and still valid licence for the property.
Perhaps the most important aspect of today’s agreements is the fact that both aim to form long-term strategic partnerships to collaborate on further ventures, opening new markets for all the firms involved.
The deal is part of a long-term strategic cooperation agreement that will see Zijin and Barrick collaborate on future projects and joint investments.
Practical ideas, actions and proposals aimed at fostering Africa's Development.
With the acquisition Evolution Mining will become Australia's second largest gold producer.
The move suspends civil liberties, allowing police and troops to enforce curfews in an effort to end two months of fresh violence in Arequipa.
The mining industry is said to be one of the worst performers in matters of gender diversity. In fact, women represent only 16% of the workforce in the mining sector.
The return to higher exports would be driven in part by at least 16 major projects likely to go into production within five years.
Facilities scheduled to start production in the fall of 2015; seen as model for future foreign investment and development projects
Chile, the world’s biggest copper producing country, has warned that the global resources sector needs to pay far more attention to its environmental and social licence obligations if new projects worth billions of dollars are to get up.
The Chilean government has removed BHP Billiton's US$4 billion Spence copper expansion project from its 10-year development timeline, saying it expects the world's largest miner will miss its targeted deadline of first production by 2020.
The main objective of the legislation is to ensure that profits from those so-called “blood metals” — tungsten, tin, tantalum and gold — do not go to African warlords.
The increasing engagement of Latin America with Asia may potentially be at the expense of Australia’s traditional sense of right to be a major Asian player, expert says.
The firm created a new division in April to evaluate deals in those areas, and in the past six months has made mining infrastructure-related investments in the U.S. and Africa.
In two weeks, four of today’s top experts in the metals and mining sector are gathering at the inaugural Metals Investment Forum to introduce some of their best bets for profiting in the upcoming turnaround.
Capacscaya also has significant amounts of copper, zinc, cobalt, aluminum and iron ore.
Much of the overall decline in reported gold output was due to a significant quarter-on-quarter production declines from AngloGold Ashanti, Goldcorp, and Sibanye Gold.
The loan will be used for the development of the company's Red Chris gold and copper mine in northwest British Columbia.
Shares in Vancouver firm up 12% after parent Rio Tinto and Mongolia sign landmark deal to fund $5 billion underground expansion of giant copper-gold mine.
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