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SME issues technical briefing on sustainable development

Paper addresses mining industry commitment to social responsibility

KP Chair visits Angola and South Africa

Part of his continuing Africa Initiative.

Endomines has agreed on terms of a new off-take agreement with Boliden

Endomines is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary Endomines Oy has agreed on terms of an agreement to sell and deliver all of its flotation gold concentrate production from the Pampalo Gold Mine to Boliden Harjavalta, Finland.

Screen Machine celebrates 50th anniversary; debuts 2 new machines

When it’s time to celebrate a 50th Anniversary, you do it in a BIG way. At Screen Machine, that means debuting about 75 tons of new machinery and welcoming nearly 700 guests for the day.

Lloyd's Register extends drilling rig integrity support for its expertise in blow-out preventors (BOPs) for deep water exploration off the coast of Trinidad

Exploration begins by BHP Billiton using the Deepwater Invictus rig and supported by Lloyd’s Register’s rig integrity team.

Latin America the world’s most dangerous place for environmental activists

More environmentalists were murdered in Latin America in 2015 than anywhere else in the world, with anti-mining causes claiming the most lives, a report by Global Witness shows.

Engineers and scientists build best practice in Sustainability Week

As engineers and scientists in the modern age work to sustain societies through development, SRK Consulting (Africa) took a keen role in this year’s Sustainability Week at the CSIR Conference Centre in the City of Tshwane recently.

Golden Software Releases Strater® 5 Well Log, Borehole, and Cross Section Plotting Program

Latest Version of Software Includes New Log Types, Enhanced Customization Controls, User Interface Improvements, and Expanded Import and Export Formats.

Tenova developed a new Flexible Modular Furnace (FMF) for JSPL in India

A great success for an EAF revamped into a “FMF base module" at JSPL’s Raigarh Steel Plant. An innovative technology that allows JSPL to reduce production costs while maintaining high performances

TE Connectivity’s High-Power AMP MCP 9.5 Two Position Connectors

A rugged, environmentally sealed connector solution for high amperage applications

World’s largest diamond found in 100 years goes under the hammer

CEO of Lucara Diamond, the company that found it, is urging the potential buyer to leave it untouched.

These five coal miners spent $95 million on lobbying before going bankrupt

Report claims that Walter Energy, Patriot Coal, Alpha Natural Resources, Arch Coal and Peabody Energy also allocated more than half a billion dollars for top executives salaries in decade before going bankrupt.

Geoscience BC releases comprehensive guide for BC communities on development of direct-use geothermal

Geoscience BC today released its Direct-Use Geothermal Roadmap, a comprehensive guide for communities and businesses to help them evaluate and develop local geothermal energy projects to stimulate economic development and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

K+S warns Q2 profit dramatically lower than a year earlier, shares collapse

The German fertilizer producer blamed weak prices, production outages and scarce sales for the poor results.

IMAGE GALLERY: Touring Caterpillar's 6,500-acre testing grounds

More than 70 pieces of equipment are on site.

LOESCHE opens workshop in India

LOESCHE establishes workshop to serve the Indian power industry

Eden and Deakin University finalise agreement for ARC-funded research project into use of EdenCrete™ in ultra-high strength concrete to reduce or eliminate steel reinforcing

The ARC grant, funded by the Commonwealth of Australia, will provide a total of A$300,000 over the three year life of the research project.

Gemfields Unveils: Ruby Inspired Stories

Gemfields is proud to unveil ‘Ruby Inspired Stories’, a triptych of films featuring up-and-coming global female talent, each exploring the hidden meaning behind these captivating gemstones.

Russia-Belarus potash pact may stage a comeback

Belarus has said it might cooperate with Uralkali, in the first sign the two sides might work together since the Russian potash producer broke off their business alliance in 2013.

Positive Spirit in the Exhibition Halls

UGOL ROSSII & MINING 2016 impressively confirms its position as international communications hub for the mining industry