Glencore Mining News

Vale, Glencore team up to explore near Sudbury

A joint approach could allow for resources to be unlocked that would likely not otherwise be productive - Ricus Grimbeek, COO, Vale’s North Atlantic Operations and Asian Refineries

Brazil prosecutors say Petrobras received bribes from Glencore, Trafigura and Vitol

Prosecutors said the companies bribed employees at Petrobras, as the Brazilian state oil company is known, to the tune of $15.3 million between 2009 and 2014.

Glasenberg eyes successor as Glencore readies new generation

Glasenberg, a workaholic, straight-talking South African who has become the public face of the commodity trading industry, has led Glencore for nearly two decades.

Ivan Glasenberg places a dirty $36B bet: Chris Bryant

Glencore’s coal business should be a license to print money for several more years.

Glasenberg says he'll stay for 3 to 5 years: Glencore Update

"When I go I hope it’ll be a 45-year-old who’ll take over," Glasenberg said

Management shake-up at Glencore costs copper chief Mistakidis his job

Company veteran and coal chief Peter Freyberg, has been appointed as the head of industrial mining assets, a newly created role.

What to watch in commodities: Trump-Xi, OPEC, iron, Tesla, crops

It’ll be an important week for iron ore, which has been badly beaten up in November.

Congo plans to audit Glencore unit's cobalt over uranium levels

Relations with Congolese authorities have grown increasingly strained in recent months as the government pushes for foreign investors to contribute more.

China's CEFC paid out compensation after Rosneft stake deal fell through

CEFC had signed a deal to buy 14.2 percent of Rosneft from Qatar and Glencore when CEFC Chairman Ye Jianming was put under investigation by the Chinese authorities for suspected economic crimes.

Congo lifts export ban on Glencore's copper and cobalt unit

Katanga Mining and its Kamoto copper and cobalt mine is one of Glencore’s most important growth projects.

Glencore's Katanga warns of earnings hit if Congo row not resolved

Although Katanga said that copper production was continuing as normal, it warned that its earnings would be affected if the dispute is not settled.

China plumbs ocean depths to extend its cobalt lead

China, the leading holder of international deep sea exploration licences, increases its lead in the race for alternative sources of battery minerals by taking samples from cobalt-bearing mountains deep in the Pacific.

Congo state miner wants meeting over Katanga cobalt-export

“They are taking unilateral decisions that we haven’t verified, that we haven’t certified” - Gecamines President, Albert Yuma

Xiana pays Glencore $25 million for Chilean operation

The Vancouver-based miner acquired Altos De Punitaqui, a producing copper-gold operating company.

Cobalt prices could rally 30% by mid-2019

Glencore's suspension of Congo exports shows how cobalt production expansion plans can go awry.

Glencore's radioactive news may help give cobalt its buzz back

Glencore Plc’s sudden discovery that some of its cobalt is radioactive couldn’t have come at a better time.

Glencore’s Congo unit halts cobalt exports from Kamoto mine

The temporary suspension comes as Katanga found excessive levels of uranium in the mine's ore.

Largo to expand vanadium mine in Brazil

The Maracás Menchen mine has a take-or-pay off-take agreement with Glencore for 100% of its vanadium material.

Glencore is going to get crazy rich on coal next year

Glencore expected to achieve annual cash savings of more than $300 million in its coal business by the end of 2018, but now it expects savings of more than $450 million by year-end.

Horizonte Minerals shares tank on lower nickel project profitability

Horizonte plans to raise $443 million to begin construction on the mine in the middle of 2019, production slated for late 2021.

Glencore posts rise in copper, cobalt output on Katanga restart

Glencore's copper production rose to 1,063,100 tonnes from the start of this year and cobalt output jumped 8,700 tonnes to 28,500 tonnes.

Glencore boss Ivan Glasenberg to retire in 3-5 years — report

He is said to have already begun training three to four people to succeed him in the job.

Zambia's finance minister says new mining taxes will not hit operations

Mining companies operating in Zambia will still meet their operational costs even after the government imposes higher taxes.

Copper smelter hits cause physical squeeze in Asia

The copper market is currently experiencing a squeeze on physical metal which is unexpected.

More than 400 jobs to go at Glencore’s Hail Creek coal mine

The company also said it would reconfigure the mining methods used at Hail Creek, a process that will be phased in over the next 18 months.