Miner sold 14,290 gold equiv. oz. during Q3, the second highest quarterly total in the company's history.
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Operations have been suspended since a June 9 incident that flooded the mine, killing three workers.
Members have committed to new actions to further enhance efforts in the climate change space based on recommendations from MAC’s independent Community of Interest (COI) Advisory Panel.
Two things helped make Alberta’s oilsands a top North American environmental concern — ducks and trucks.
As the world’s premier precious metals equity event, the Gold Forum attracted 1,000 attendees who conducted a record 3,900 meetings.
BluMetric Environmental will provide its services to an unnamed major global company
Company reached wage agreement with the main union at two of its mines in South Africa. Workers will return to work on Friday.
Caterpillar Global Mining is participating in the AusIMM Underground Operators’ Conference as an exhibitor, conference sponsor and presenter.
Following its emergence from bankruptcy protection three months ago, Stelco filed Wednesday a preliminary prospectus with securities regulators in Canada for a proposed initial public offering of its shares.
Anti-mining activists were escorted out from a hotel by police after they tried to enter a conference where they thought representatives from Dalradian Resources would be in attendance.
Stock closed 12.2% higher at 64.80p, after it had fallen on Tuesday to its lowest since late 2015.
Orica's Chief Commercial Officer described the technology as being a game-changer for the industry.
“If we don’t do anything we will continually be disappointed and the industry will slowly dig itself into a hole of irrelevance and oblivion.”
London-based Graff Diamonds paid nearly $47,777 per carat
Mineral Mountain Resources wants to drill 20 holes on federal land a couple miles south of the community of Rochford
Rumours point at US chemical company Albenarle Corporation as the first potential buyer for PotashCorp interest in SQM, worth about $4.5 billion.
CEO Patrick Pouyanne said the company’s priority was "value over volume", adding that oil sands were among the high breakeven projects in Total's portfolio.
The Environmental Appeals Board (EAB) of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued an order denying any further review of the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Permit granted in 2016 for Taseko's Florence Copper Project.
The sale of the Suffield assets to to International Petroleum Corporation is expected to close before the end of the year.
A preliminary economic assessment for a mine on Vancouver Island, British Columbia is showing promising economics - despite being in a jurisdiction challenging to build mines.
After an 11% increase in 2017’s first quarter, the Canadian Mining Eye index dropped 7% in the second quarter, according to professional services firm EY.
Gold bars are not impacted by the export ban on gold and copper concentrate imposed by the Tanzanian government in March.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will acquire a 6.16 percent stake in the Canadian company for 1.4 million Canadian dollars ($1.1 million) to further its exploration in Mongolia.
Company said it preserved the right to shut down operations in the country and to take legal actions to protect itself and its assets should the dialogue with the ministry of energy and environment fails.
Ken Mackenzie vowed "to bring a fresh perspective to management’s ongoing process of reviewing the portfolio" and "the way we allocate cash".