Glencore has extended a lockout of 190 workers at Oaky North mine in eastern Australia for a further two weeks.
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The Century zinc mine in Queensland could be churning out ore again thanks to a $52.9 million private placement raised by owner New Century Resources (ASX:NCZ).
Profit margins are expected to end significantly higher this year, and this trend to continue over the next two years, a study by S&P Global Market Intelligence shows.
Owner, Australian Kingsgate Consolidated, will begin arbitration under the Thailand-Australia Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA) to try to recover “the substantial losses” it has incurred.
BHP CCO Balhuizen says while 2017 marks "tipping point" for EVs entering mainstream of metals demand forecasting, in terms of sales mass move is further off.
Shareholders of miner Stratex International blocked reverse takeover of Australian-listed Crusader Resources and voted CEO Marcus Engelbrecht out of office.
A joint venture between EMR and mining group Lighthouse Minerals, the operation is expected to produce 25,000-35,000 tonnes of copper concentrate a year.
World's biggest miner is getting ready to provide enough copper for the 140 million electric cars forecast by 2035.
WEARX has their headquarters in Newcastle, with operations also in Ballina, Orange and Perth.
Pitram 4.9 enables improved control over operation, allowing sites to increase their real-time data and business intelligence.
Perth-based mining and corporate governance specialist Mark Donovan has been appointed to the Board of Qteq Pty Ltd as a non-executive director.
MICROMINE will be exhibiting at the annual International Mining and Resource Conference 2017 in Melbourne. Running from the 30th of October – November 2nd
Demand for cobalt is expected to soar in coming years as governments battle pollution and more electric cars are built.
Mining companies, including Newmont Mining Corp, Teck Resources and Barrick Gold Corp, reported increased costs this week in their quarterly earnings.
Lacklustre performances by small mining companies on the London Stock Exchange are driving rivals in need of cash to find alternative ways to raise capital.
The current debate surrounding coal is generally one of how long it will continue to play a role in the world's energy mix before it is replaced by cleaner alternatives, but the coming years may see a deficit in seaborne markets for the polluting fuel.
IMARC set to exceed industry expectations having confirmed more than 3,500 people to attend – a 40 per cent increase on last year’s attendance.
Alliance Mining Commodities will invest $670 million over the first five years of production at its mine in northwestern Guinea, Saadou Nimaga.
Fortescue Metals Group reported slight rise in fiscal first-quarter iron ore shipments, also warned its ore was selling at a greater discount than expected.
Australian politicians told China of government approvals for controversial A$16.5-billion ($13-billion) coal mine project being built by Adani Enterprises.
Gold producer says its total gold output from mines fell to 522,917 oz in the quarter ended Sept. 30 from 615,498 oz in the same period a year earlier.
If successful, the mines could fetch around $2bn and complete Rio's plan to finalise its exit from the sector and focus on iron ore, copper and aluminum.
Ken MacKenzie defended CEO after attacks from activist investor Elliott Advisors prompted speculation that the end of Andrew Mackenzie's tenure was imminent.
"[W]e expect growth in China to ease modestly over the short-term, as monetary policy tightens and housing and automotive markets soften," Mackenzie said.
Pressure has mounted on BHP and its chief executive since Elliott went public in April with its criticisms of the miner's strategy.