Siemens is supplying the entire electrical equipment pre-configured in E-Houses for a fast start-up and efficient operation of the plant.
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The company has promoted one of its own employees to head the steelmaker and iron ore mining company.
Seven out of 10 companies faced decreases in their attributable gold output.
Two greenfields projects will throw off cash.
The mine is one of the world's biggest copper-zinc pits.
Company puts out 700,400 ounces of gold with revenues of $1.4 billion in its fourth quarter.
The top 10 gold producing countries mined out 1,799 tonnes of the precious metal which is 2% more than in 2011.
Scarcity puts pressure on capex and raises operational risks.
The hefty impairment charge reflects higher-than-anticipated operating and sustaining capital costs at Lumwana.
The mining giant provided investors with a sour Valentine’s treat as it posted a $3 billion loss, its first ever full-year loss.
It's not only copper production that's ramping up, but massive iron ore and gold projects are also nearing completion.
Mexican authorities and U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara unable to confirm the deaths. Investors claim nobody ever met the executives.
Panama's Supreme Court backed Petaquilla's exploration and extraction rights in five areas of Panama's Donoso District.
United Nations to report on Xstrata Nickel Dominican project
The bodies, corresponding to two men in their late 30’s, were found by farmers who also recovered documents with the names of Michel Davies and Derald Johnston, which are the names of the firm's CEO and CFO.
Police fired teargas and rubber bullets to disperse hundreds of artisanal miners protesting B2Gold's expansion plans.
The country's Mining Agency said it would likely let Xstrata go ahead with mine expansion plans, but added Barrick's Pueblo Viejo contract should be reviewed.
Entering Anglo American CEO, Mark Cutifani, recently turned to the Vatican for advice on community relations. Will the Pope Benedict XVI's exit affect Anglo's decisions?
Chilean copper exports reach 3.47 billion in January.
First Conga, now a new pit at South America's biggest gold mine is blocked.
Local authorities are reviewing the contract with Barrick in a bid to make it “more favourable” to the country.
The country’s Supreme Court ruled against Inmet's land rights claims near Petaquilla’s concessions.
Minera Frisco suspends exploration near Tetela de Ocampo after protests by residents and environmental activists.
Cerrejon and workers at loggerheads over employment contract.
Brazil's federal authorities issue new warnings about environmental and social impact of the country largest gold project.