"The fact is that Vale's share drop was even steeper than some market participants expected"
Latin America Mining News
A December 2017 feasibility study estimated the open-pit project would produce about 116,000 ounces of gold over a 17-year mine life.
"This partnership secures lithium supplies for us and breaks the Chinese monopoly" - Wolfgang Tiefensee economy minister of the German state of Thuringia, an automotive manufacturing hub.
By Monday, local officials had confirmed at least 60 people dead and said they fear that among the hundreds who are still missing there will be very few survivors.
“How can they let this happen again?” Melo said. “They wiped out our city.”
Vale plunged as much as 20 percent in Sao Paulo on Monday, the biggest intraday drop since October 2008.
The mineral resource update totalled 9.85 million tonnes at 3.6 grams per tonne of gold for 1.14 million of indicate ounces, a surge of 57,000 ounces from the previous update.
An alarm warning of an imminent mining dam rupture was issued on Sunday morning near Brumadinho, the same Brazilian community where the collapse of Vale's dam on Friday killed at least 58 and left over 400 more feared dead.
The Canadian miner deemed as false the allegations in a letter given by a group of activists to the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Sixty-five engineers from 15 countries came up with ideas.
As early as next week, iron ore prices may start to reflect the impacts of Vale's dam bursting at Corrego de Feijao in Brumadinho.
Only eight out of 115 workers voted in favor of a strike, much less than the overall worker majority required for a legal strike.
The Vancouver-based miner is consolidating the Sascha - Marcelina project to make it 30,600 hectares big.
The contract will generate at least $586 million in royalties, income and social project investment during its lifetime.
Nine bodies had been recovered by Saturday morning.
The dispute centered around a contract term that requires Albemarle to provide as much as 25 percent of its annual production of lithium at a discount.
It is improbable that a strike would have an impact on total exports.
The lithium miner, the world’s second largest producer of the white metal, has approved additional measures to protect corporate data considered confidential from China'a Tianqi, which recently bought almost a quarter of the Chilean company.
The announcement was made after both companies confirmed the original terms of an earn-in agreement they signed back in 2017.
Copper production reached a five-year high, more than offsetting output declines at Minas Rio in Brazil and Kumba in South Africa.
The data comes from a recent report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
The company estimates the target’s surface foot print is 500 metres long by up to 100 metres wide, it remains open in all directions.
The miner, the world's largest primary silver producer and Mexico's No. 2 gold company, expects production of the grey metal to fall this year to between 58 and 61 million ounces.
The Responsible Mining Foundation says companies gain from strengthening their ability to ‘know and show.
The miner produced 220,000 tonnes of the red metal in the three months to December, up 16% from the previous quarter, boosted by higher throughput and improved copper grades.