The Polish company, Europe's second-largest copper producer, said that given current macro conditions the plan had lost sense.
KGHM Mining News
A prospective copper-gold mine in south-central British Columbia has been handed a setback by local First Nations who oppose the project.
The accident happened at the Polkowice-Sieroszowice mine when part of a ceiling collapsed.
Shares in Europe's second-largest copper producer jumped as much as 4.7% on Monday after posting earnings at overseas units that helped the Polish miner beat analysts estimates for the first-quarter profit.
The infractions include not implementing measures to control emissions, altering the natural habitat for native wildlife, and operating a tailings dam in an unauthorized fashion.
The London Metal Exchange’s three-month copper contract fell as much as 1.4%, the most since Feb. 10, to $4,580 a metric ton.
The fresh collapse dragged main producers down, with BHP Billiton, the world’s largest miner, hitting a decade-low.
A start up building worksite management technology for miners.
In the face of weak commodity prices, KGHM International will shut down the McCreedy West Mine next month, the union representing representing workers there told the Sudbury Star on Sunday.
“It took us one year to regain our leadership position in the silver market."
Majority owner KGHM International also said it is sticking to its commitment to invest US$9 billion over the next five years.
In the official opening the firm said it expected to start shipping from Sierra Gorda in November
This is the third project in the past four moths to be given the go-ahead after an initial unfavourable ruling.
The143-kilometre seawater pipeline is operational
A feasibility study released Wednesday for the Ajax copper-gold project estimates the capital costs at $795 million.
Europe's No.2 copper producer, KGHM, may make joint acquisitions with China Minmetals Corporation, KGHM Chief Executive Herbert Wirth said on Wednesday.
Europe's No.2 copper producer KGHM (KGHM.WA) nearly tripled its net profit in the first quarter, beating expectations thanks to a rally in metal prices. Poland's state-controlled miner said on Friday its bottom line reached 1.96 billion zlotys ($710 million), compared to 1.84 billion seen in a Reuters poll.
KGHM (KGHM.WA: Quote), Europe's second biggest copper producer, has launched the sale of its telecoms arm Dialog as part of its plans to shed some non-core assets, sources close to the deal told Reuters late on Monday. "Teasers have been sent," one of the sources said, referring to a document presenting the company to potential buyers.
One of the Polish miners institutional investors called on the copper producer to hand back its entire 2010 profit of $1.6bn as a dividend
The Polish miners beat market expectations announcing a strong fourth quarter on the back of surging metal prices and said it expects to see 2011 net profit jump to a record 8.35bn zlotys Poland's KGHM (KGHM.WA: Quote) almost doubled its fourth-quarter