Anglo American

Brazil’s iron miners risk losing market share to Australian competitors

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 16, 2014
Brazil’s iron miners risk losing market share to Australian competitors

Brazil's mining sector is expected to see slower average growth rates through 2018 compared with previous years, a report by Business Monitor shows.

Anglo American seeks $600 million compensation from Venezuela

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 14, 2014
Anglo American seeks $600 million compensation from Venezuela

The miner became the latest corporation to sue the nation over the way it has treated foreign companies during Hugo Chavez administration.

De Beers returns to Angola with new exploration deal

Frik Els | April 10, 2014
De Beers returns to Angola with new exploration deal

De Beers' explored for diamonds in the Southern African nation between 2005 and 2012, but relinquished its concession after finding no economically viable project.

Rio Tinto walks away from massive Pebble copper-gold project

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 7, 2014
Rio Tinto walks away from massive Pebble copper-gold project

Rio becomes the second large diversified miner, after Anglo American, to back out of the project in less than seven months.

Chile’s mining area hit by 7.8 magnitude aftershock, President evacuated

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 3, 2014
Chile’s mining area hit by 7.8 magnitude aftershock, President evacuated

The aftershock was the strongest of several that have followed Tuesday's massive 8.2-magnitude. Mining operations remain unaffected.

Declining coal prices to hit producers even harder

Cecilia Jamasmie | March 31, 2014
Declining coal prices to hit producers even harder

Australian coal miners to be the most affected.

Glencore Xstrata shutting Australia’s Ravensworth coal mine down

Cecilia Jamasmie | March 27, 2014
Glencore Xstrata shutting Australia’s Ravensworth coal mine

The miner blamed the decision on weak coal prices, high costs and a strong local dollar.

Chile’s new mining minister to take the industry by surprise… or not

Suzanne Soto | March 10, 2014
Chile’s new mining minister to take the industry by surprise… or not

Aurora Williams, Chile’s new mining minister, takes office on Tuesday.

Politicians decry EPA's move toward a 'premature veto' on Pebble mine

Ana Komnenic | March 2, 2014
Politicians decry EPA's Pebble mine actions

On Friday that US Environmental Protection Agency blocked the issuance of a key permit, for the time being.

Anglo American profit hit by strikes, logs $1.9 billion writedown

Cecilia Jamasmie | February 14, 2014
Anglo gives fresh signs of looking to offload its platinum mines

"We are not happy," said CEO Mark Cutifani.

Anglo American up 5 pct after production gains

Michael Allan McCrae | January 29, 2014
anglo american up feat

Exploration and evaluation expenditure for Q4 2013 totalled $166 million, a decrease of 19%.

EPA stands by claim that Pebble mine would harm Bristol Bay wildlife, economy

Ana Komnenic | January 15, 2014
EPA published final Bristol Bay mining assessment

Mine proponents have called the EPA's review an attempted 'pre-emptive veto.'

BHP, Glencore, Anglo to boost Chile’s copper output to a record 6 million tonnes this year

Cecilia Jamasmie | January 15, 2014
BHP, Glencore, Anglo to boost Chile’s copper output to 6 million tonnes this year

It’d be the first time Chile’s copper output exceeds the 6 million tonnes.

Rio considers dumping stake in Pebble mine’s owner Northern Dynasty

Cecilia Jamasmie | December 23, 2013
Rio considers dumping stake in Pebble mine’s owner Northern Dynasty

Through a subsidiary, Rio owns 19% of Northern Dynasty, making it the largest single investor.

Northern Dynasty share price rises 12% as company officially reclaims 100% of Pebble project

Ana Komnenic | December 13, 2013
Northern Dynasty alone on Pebble Mine.

Northern Dynasty share price gains 12%.

Anglo American confirms turnaround plan, warns 2014 will continue to be tough

Cecilia Jamasmie | December 12, 2013
Anglo gives fresh signs of looking to offload its platinum mines

Cutifani said the firm has identified three "buckets" from which it plans to extract about $3.9 billion of extra earnings.

Anglo Platinum unionized miners postpone vote on strike until 2014

Cecilia Jamasmie | November 26, 2013
South Africa platinum talks to end 6-week strike break down

Amplats' main union obtained permission for a legal strike two weeks ago, after exhausting mediation procedures.

Chile’s presidential election first round winner to bring challenges for the mining industry

Cecilia Jamasmie | November 18, 2013
Chile’s presidential election first round winner to bring challenges for the mining industry

Bachelet, who won almost twice as many votes as her closest rival in yesterday's election, is the most certain candidate to win on Dec. 15.

Platinum miners to strike in South Africa again

Cecilia Jamasmie | October 29, 2013
Strikes start to move platinum, palladium price

Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. (Implats) and Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) operations to be affected.

Second Cerrejon bombing in ten days

Ana Komnenic | October 23, 2013
Cerrejon rail bombed

FARC rebels target Colombia's largest coal producer.

Chile’s Collahuasi boosts Anglo American results, logs copper record

Cecilia Jamasmie | October 18, 2013
African, Chilean copper mines growth lift Glencore Xstrata output by 32%

Anglo's Collahuasi copper mine more than doubled output to 63,600 tonnes, way above analysts’ expectations.

South African platinum miners back at work, strike unnecessary: Amplats

Cecilia Jamasmie | October 11, 2013
South Africa platinum talks to end 6-week strike break down

Strike cost Anglo American Platinum more than 40,000 ounces in lost production, or $100 million in lost revenue.

Amplats miners to rally Monday

Ana Komnenic | September 29, 2013
Amplats-strike

Says it won't back down until company abandons plans to fire 3,300 workers.

Anglo Platinum mines halted by massive strike in S. Africa

Cecilia Jamasmie | September 27, 2013
Anglo Platinum mines halted by massive strike in S. Africa

Less than 20% of the company's miners showed up for work today.

Anglo ordered to payout SA miners suffering from potentially fatal lung disease

Ana Komnenic | September 25, 2013
anglo-ordered-to-pay-in-silicosis-case

Miners' lawyer says his side is 'very happy' with the deal.

Anglo American Platinum under attack on several fronts

Cecilia Jamasmie | September 25, 2013
Platinum strikes continue as rand slides

After the world's largest platinum producer announced massive lay-offs and plans to scale back annual production by 350,000 ounces.

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