The partnership dates back to 1987, in the early stages of the development of the Chinese steel industry.
The world's largest mining company has scrapped the sale of Nickel West and will continue operating the unit after failing to find a buyer at the right price.
Finishing the project would take time and around $4 billion more of what Barrick has already invested.
A global survey of over 5,300 job seekers sheds some light on the issues in the war for talent which the Mining sector continues to face.
Mining equipment market to grow at compound annual rate of 8.42% to $134 billion through 2019 surpassing the market for construction equipment.
In new federal suit, estranged children seeks greater share of Gina Rinehart's most prized assets – Hope Downs and $10 billion Roy Hill iron ore mines.
Centralized modern processing could make it possible for mining companies in the United States, Europe and Australia to start producing truly critical materials with small capex.
A simple rule of thumb is that price changes have a two-to-one impact on the bottom line, while cost changes have a one-to-one impact.
Locks in exclusive rights to the only practical processing technology globally able to recover lithium from mica group minerals (sheet silicates)
In an attempt to keep Yancoal afloat as coal prices trade near multi-year lows.
Mine operator and Rio's subsidiary Turquoise Hill said Monday they have made an offer to the government of Mongolia to resolve matters in a manner deemed "beneficial to all stakeholders.”
The world’s largest miner is only two weeks away from shedding more light on an upcoming spin-off of unwanted assets.
What happens next is critical say mining companies currently operating in the country.
The ship will accommodate as many as 180 people and is expected to be delivered by the end of 2017.
It will be turned into a memorial to the 29 men who died there in 2010.
The move is considered another sign that Washington’s decades-old federal ban on crude exports is crumbling.
Fresh Chinese weakness pushes iron ore price to lowest since June 2009, but rising premiums for high-quality lump imports offers some hope.
The firm is laying-off 150 workers by the end of February 2015.
Three workers died on board in 2012 and fresh inspections have revealed severe safety breaches.
The company is defying coal price slump with increased production driven by expansions at its Australian mines.
Investors in Australia's junior mining sector are feeling the same pain as those in North America but Paul Adams, an analyst with brokerage firm DJ Carmichael in Perth, believes select junior resource companies will outperform the broad markets as macro-level events impact certain commodities.
Costs and challenges for mining the Arctic, meanwhile, on their way up.
Sources close to X2 Resources, Davis' new company, have cast doubts on reports that the firm had made an offer.
About 500 workers will lose their job.
According to The Times, Rio flagged the possibility of a writedown in August.
The miner blamed low metals prices and productivity inefficiencies for the decision.
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