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After acquiring Goldcorp's 21% in San Nicolás, Canada's largest diversified miner will be the Zacatecas-based copper-zinc project sole owner.
Jandaga Mines is taking advantage of investors' concerns over buying into South African platinum businesses.
It now expects to produce at least 180,000-210,000 ounces of gold this year at Kışladağ, which brings Eldorado's full-year guidance down from 365,000-400,000 ounces to 315,000-365,000 ounces.
Mining companies operating in Chile are examining restarting projects that were put on hold in recent years due to a copper price slump, the mining minister and industry executives said, though final investment decisions will wait until political uncertainty lifts after the November presidential elections.
Shareholders of Brazil's Vale SA approved a share conversion plan on Tuesday in a move that should boost transparency, give equal votes to all shares and limit government meddling in the world's No. 1 iron ore producer.
China bulls kick iron ore price 6.5% higher.
Both authorities and the Canadian miner company have officially ruled out possibility of finding them alive.
Global environmentalist Yolanda Kakabadse to Chair IUCN independent scientific panel on Brazil’s Rio Doce watershed
IUCN former President, globally recognised environmentalist Yolanda Kakabadse, will Chair the new IUCN independent scientific and technical advisory panel on the restoration of the Rio Doce watershed in Brazil, following the 2015 collapse of the Fundão tailings dam at the Samarco iron ore mine.
The junior miner claims the Department of Antioquia's mining authority did not process its exploration application in accordance with the country’s mining code.
Fiscal for two missing miners in Chile expects to learn the truth of what happened in Mandalay’s mine
One of the authorities involved in an investigation into Mandalay's mine accident earlier this month says at this point what matters is to learn the truth of what really happened.
Thirteen coal miners have died in Colombia after an explosion at an illegal coal mine on Friday.
Having climbed almost 64% since the start of the year, investor sentiment towards SolGold appears to be quite positive.
Chances of finding the missing workers alive are almost nil, they say.
Today, Chile is the world's top copper producer with 7 of the 14 biggest mines globally. But it wasn't always that way.
Brazil ministry wants to open border regions to foreign miners. Amazon-basin area about the size of Alaska could be affected.
The asset, in the state of Zacatecas, is located about 50 kilometers (31 miles) from Goldcorp’s flagship Peñasquito mine.
New Citigroup report predicts low $40s by end of the year, early 2018.
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Protest seems to be about a variety of issues, including claims that mining at Escobal is causing seismic activity in Casillas, located about 20 km from the operation.
A waterproof camera is expected to reach Monday the area where the miners are believed to have been working and where the shelter is located.
It’s unknown whether the two workers are alive, as authorities have been unable to make contact with them.
The placing is at a 15% premium to SolGold's closing price on Thursday and at a 12% discount to its peak share price of 46.75p on May 26.
While the measure allows the company to resume full operations, Barrick said it plans to gradually restart them.
A court in the District of Columbia is allowing Canadian Crystallex the possibility of advancing in a legal dispute against Venezuela