The former Xstrata boss' new venture, X2 Resources, is "currently reviewing a number of opportunities in the metals and mining sector."
Anglo's chief warned the company plans to take severe measures over the next two years.
B.C.’s Mines Ministry says release could jeopardize the outcome of several government investigations into the case.
Calgary-based Baytex Energy reached settlement with a group of families who claim were forced from their farms over odours.
Once again the mining giant's $3.9 million project can't move forward until local indigenous groups who oppose it are better consulted.
The EU new plan changes how refiners label the carbon intensity of their fuel.
The news represents a relief for local authorities, which have seen several projects halted in recent months.
Suit is significant for who it is naming.
Barrick denied Monday having paid the families who own lands expropriated for the gold mine during the 1950's, and affirmed that it was the Dominican State which acquired the properties.
Metro Vancouver residents polled in a new survey are also concerned that coal dust from a recently approved loading facility at Fraser Surrey Docks will harm regional air quality.
Zambia’s mines minister says the company has not officially communicated the government its intentions as required under the country's law.
The polar class vessel is loaded with a cargo of nickel concentrate from Nunavik’s Deception Bay destined for the port of Bayuquan, northern China.
This is the first asset Aaron Regent's private equity firm acquires, after failing to buy Glencore’s Las Bambas copper project in Peru.
The company is cutting 169 jobs at the mine.
The move allows Canadian firms to pay less in tax and raise more capital for their major projects.
The project, first of its kind in the world, aims to demonstrate that the so-called “clean coal” technologies are feasible.
Output for this year is expected to be between 40,000 and 60,000 ounces of gold, reaching 7,000 tonnes a day by 2018.
Yamana Gold achieves record quarterly production in Q3 of over 390,000 ounces.
Marubeni Corp., a Japanese trader that with a partner bought Canada’s Grande Cache Coal Corp. for about $1-billion (U.S.) three years ago, will dispose it for a nominal $1 to a Hong Kong mining investor.
The standoff marks a major setback for the miner, which is in the process of upgrading its copper assets in Zambia hoping to increase output by at least 50% by 2017.
Unsatisfied with the pace at which the federal government is acting to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, several U.S. states and a few Canadian provinces are forging ahead with their own initiatives.
The proposed law, however, would allow fracking for testing and research purposes.
Another person in serious conditions.
Global research from Lloyd’s Register Energy confirms the priorities up to 2025
It would also create a a 15-kilometre long ‘‘super pit’’ from the union of Rio’s Mount Thorley Warkworth and Glencore’s Bulga open-pit mines.
Analysts say this is “make or break” time for the company behind the massive mine, Sirius Minerals.
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