Bosnia Mining News

ArcelorMittal to cut iron ore output, slash jobs in Bosnia

Output will be reduced by a third to 1 million tonnes and the job cuts will be carried out from September.

Bosnia's 300 MW power plant to go offline for 35-day overhaul on Mar. 25

The Stanari coal-fired power plant in Doboj is the first privately-funded power plant in the Western Balkans.

ArcelorMittal reaches railway deal, resumes output at Bosnia mine

Production at the mine was halted after talks on the deal with the Zeljeznice RS railway company collapsed last week.

ArcelorMittal halts output at Bosnia mine after railway deal fails

The world's largest steelmaker operates a steel plant in the central Bosnian town of Zenica.

Osisko Mining owns the world's best drill intersection of 2019

Windfall gold project in Quebec tops list and Global Atomic Corp's uranium project in Niger comes in second.

ArcelorMittal's bid to buy stake in Bosnian iron ore mine rejected

ArcelorMittal owns a steel plant in the central Bosnian town of Zenica where it processes iron ore from its mines in Prijedor in the north of the country.

Bosnian government to help keep Aluminij smelter on power grid

The company sounded the alarm last week when the country's power regulator threatened to cut it off the grid because of unpaid bills.

Bosnia's Aluminij calls for government help to ensure survival

Aluminij Mostar, Bosnia's sole aluminium smelter, is at risk from high alumina and electricity prices and only urgent government intervention can help it stay on line.

Five coal miners die in Bosnia after quake causes mine collapse

Officials halted rescue efforts, believing that five men who remained trapped underground were dead.