For the second consecutive year, PDAC will host the International Mines Ministers Summit (IMMS) with 25 countries attending to it.
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Sam Walsh's bonuses, potentially worth millions, had been delayed for at least two years as investigations continue into dubious payments related to Simandou iron ore project in Africa.
Several MAC members already formally participate in the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights Initiative (VPI) and several others apply the VPs for their operations abroad.
Federal officials executed a search warrant at three of Caterpillar facilities, including the corporate headquarters in Peoria.
Study shows mining has sparked "unparalleled inorganic compound diversification" like rabbittite at Lucky Strike, Utah and a handful found on smelter walls
Industry observers believe Yancoal will face several challenges when trying to complete a $2bn equity issue to finance the acquisition of Rio’s coal mines in the Hunter Valley.
Coal accounted for 62% of the nation’s energy mix last year, down from 64% in 2015.
On the level of transparency in the approvals process, jurisdictions in the US, Australia and Scandinavia performed better than Canada, a fresh report by the Fraser Institute, shows.
Both provinces displaced Western Australia from the first to the third place thanks partly to their rich mineral reserves, competitive tax regimes, efficient permitting procedures, and certainty surrounding environmental regulations.
The Trump administration has made another pro-coal decision, this time relating to how Washington calculates royalties on coal mined from federal and Indian lands.
Things are looking up for the Australian coal industry.
A surge in commodity prices combined with its multibillion-dollar asset fire-sale has put the company in a position to pay big dividends and explore acquisitions.
The world's No.1 heavy machinery maker is telling miners not to rest on their laurels now that the industry is finally coming back up from a brutal downturn and keep focused on maximizing returns and efficiency.
The world's number five diversified miner posted its first annual net profit in five years.
Up 7% year on year across all regions, supporting rally in iron ore and rebound in coking coal prices.
Net profit was $3.2bn for the six months to December 31, compared with a loss of $5.7bn in the same period a year earlier.
The totalitarian state is the number three supplier to China of the steelmaking raw material.
The economic noose is being tightened around North Korea's neck after the pariah regime ignored a United Nations resolution by testing a missile last week.
The Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) today announced that AME’s President & CEO, Gavin C. Dirom, will be leaving the association this spring to pursue other career opportunities.
The Australian coal industry has launched a new coal advertising campaign – Coal: Making the future possible – that highlights the important role coal will play in the world’s future energy mix while reducing emissions.
Report by the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) says the country is not in a good position to benefit from the increasing number of companies ready to make new and significant investments.
Coal miners are happy.
Restrictions would remain in place for six months, with some mines and areas possibly excluded.
Down 4.7% on Tuesday to five-month low as ultra-cheap Mongolian coal gets trucked into market.