“Safety systems using radar, warning signals and improved visibility readily address risks to prevent accidents" says vehicle safety expert Henry Morgan.
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Canada’s Northern Vertex Mining is ramping up production at its Moss gold-silver project towards an initial stacking rate of 2,500 tpd, to later reach 5,000 tpd.
New report shows world's mines produced all-time peak of 105 million troy ounces of gold in 2017 despite 9% drop in output in top producer China.
The Canadian company is set to invest $120 million to conduct underground gold mining for the first time in Guyana’s history.
The initiatives are founded to advance human rights by supporting Canadian companies in operating responsibly.
Rio’s renewed interest in SQM is welcome by the Chilean government, which had expressed concerns about a potential and dangerous concentration in the market should major lithium producers, such as China’s Tianqi, acquire the 32% interest in SQM.
The accident at Gualcamayo mine involved two employees of a local contractor traveling in a light truck on an access road at the Las Vacas exploration site.
“Barrick is excited to host the state’s first global mining hackathon in Las Vegas,” said Michael Brown, President, Barrick USA.
Miner has spent $2 million to lock in the option to sell 120,000 ounces of future output at $1,320 an ounce, as it waits for Tanzania exports ban to end.
CRU’s 17th World Copper Conference is a premier copper conference that attracts over 500 delegates.
Imagine that for every million people on Earth, there was a single dot on a map. What if we went back in time, watched dots accumulate over human history?
Consulting and partnering with First Nations isn’t just a way to get social licence – it can also provide real solutions to labour challenges.
Dutch non-profit organization claims Rio and its Canadian subsidiary Turquoise Hill used a complex network of tax haven subsidiaries and lending money to itself at high interest rates.
Consulting firm Deloitte has published what it says will be the top-10 global trends in the mining industry this year.
Over the next six years, the company expects to deploy more than 150 autonomous haul trucks in the full program, which will be one of the largest investments in electric autonomous vehicles in the world.
Reuters reports Vale has hired bankers to put together world's first ever cobalt streaming deal worth up to $500 million at its Voisey's Bay mine in Canada.
Regulator in British Columbia wants clarification on Vanadiumcorp's economic assessment of its flagship Lac Doré project in Quebec.
Large scale speculators in West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude oil futures have built up bullish positions equivalent to a staggering 1 billion barrels.
The Oreninc Index fell, as a lack of activity saw the metaphorical tumbleweeds rolling down Bay St with the index falling to 22.99 from 34.36 a week ago.
The appeal against the terminal at Fraser Surrey Docks was made by two community groups backed by Ecojustice last week.
The 2017 settlement agreement provides a clear path for project review and permitting.
Nickel output by First Quantum Minerals fell 24 pct to 17,837 tonnes last year from 23,624 tonnes in 2016, the company said in a report.
"The last 10 years have been... an exciting time during which we’ve launched lots of industry firsts and helped reimagine the way the sector operates."
The stock fell by 21%, the steepest intraday decline since September, after the miner lowered production forecasts and confirmed that a stronger South African currency would knock annual profits.
Project is on track to reach 90% of capacity — or 194,000 barrels per day — by the end of the year.