Mexico

Canada, Australia, US, Chile and Mexico, the top destinations for mining investors

Cecilia Jamasmie | August 25, 2015
Canada, Australia, US, Chile and Mexico, the top destinations for mining investors

Despite current adverse conditions, advisory firm Behre Dolbear is recommending mining stakeholders to focus on markets that have been able to ride the wave relatively well so far.

Southern Silver reports on corporate matters

Marketwired | July 30, 2015

Southern Silver has granted shareholder Electrum Group the right to earn an indirect 60% interest in the Cerro Las Minitas property in Durango, Mexico

Goldcorp slashes dividend 60% amid dire gold market

Cecilia Jamasmie | July 30, 2015
Goldcorp axes dividend

The company also said it will spend between $850 and $900 to produce an ounce of gold this year, less than its previous forecast of between $875 and $950.

Prepare for flood of copper concentrate

Frik Els | July 15, 2015
Prepare for flood of copper cocentrate

New data by International Copper Study Group predicts copper mine output will grow 5.7 million tonnes by 2018 as Peru, Zambia and Mexico ramp up production.

McEwen Mining may lose NYSE listing

MINING.com Editor | July 2, 2015
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Low share price.

Peru mining investment down 14% on unrest, violence, low metal prices

Cecilia Jamasmie | June 11, 2015
Peru mining investment down 14% on unrest, violence

Total for this year may be $7.7 billion, down from 2014's $8.7 billion and significantly lower than a record $10 billion in 2013.

Southern Copper mulls extending Tia Maria project halt

Cecilia Jamasmie | June 5, 2015
Southern Copper mulls extending Tia Maria project halt

The company could extend a 60-day pause in effect since late May to allow locals more time to clear up their doubts about the project’s environmental impact.

State of emergency in Peru as anti-mining violence leaves 4 dead, dozens arrested

Cecilia Jamasmie | May 25, 2015
State of emergency in Peru as anti-mining violence leaves 4 dead, dozens arrested

The move suspends civil liberties, allowing police and troops to enforce curfews in an effort to end two months of fresh violence in Arequipa.

Australian miners warned not to ignore ties between Latin America, Asia

Field Public Relations | May 20, 2015
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The increasing engagement of Latin America with Asia may potentially be at the expense of Australia’s traditional sense of right to be a major Asian player, expert says.

McEwen to meet 2015 guidance despite massive gold theft in Mexico

Cecilia Jamasmie | May 11, 2015
McEwen to meet 2015 guidance despite massive gold theft in Mexico

The El Gallo mine produced 15,243 ounces of gold in the first quarter ended March 31, prior to an armed robbery of concentrate containing 6,350 ounces last month.

Mexican miner rescued by Starcore International Mines

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The miner had been trapped for over 40 hours while mining mercury at La Estrella.

One killed at protests against Tia Maria copper project in Peru

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 23, 2015
One killed at protests against Tia Maria copper project in Peru

Farmers, anti-mining activists and local leaders have opposed the project for years, claiming it will pollute key waterways for Arequipa, where the mine will be built.

Canada’s Alamos Gold, AuRico merging in $1.5 billion deal

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 13, 2015
Canada’s Alamos Gold, AuRico merging in $1.5 billion deal

The deal will also result in a spinoff company called AuRico Metals, which will hold the Kemess Property in northern British Columbia and three royalty assets.

Agnico Eagle acquires Mexico-focused silver explorer

Andrew Topf | April 12, 2015
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Shares climb 40 percent on take-over announcement.

Southern Copper’s Tia Maria safe for the environment — Peru minister

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 10, 2015
Southern Copper’s Tia Maria safe for the environment — Peru minister

Minister of the Environment Manuel Pulgar-Vidal said the debated and long-delayed copper mine won’t hurt water supplies as opponents claim.

Robbers grab gold worth $8m from Mexico mine

Frik Els | April 7, 2015
Robbers grab gold worth $20m from Mexico mine

McEwen Mining's El Gallo mine in Sinaloa hit by armed robbers stealing 7,000 ounces of gold in concentrate.

Goldcorp’s Eleonore mine in Quebec reaches commercial production

Cecilia Jamasmie | April 1, 2015
Goldcorp’s Eleonore mine in Quebec reaches commercial production

Eleonore is expected to eventually become Canada’s largest gold producing mine.

Evrim Resources PDAC interview, a Mexican prospect generator investors should follow

CEO.CA | March 21, 2015

The mining exploration business is very risky, with about 3 out of a 1000 good looking prospects becoming mines.

Mexico’s New Energy Projects Aim to Draw Foreign Investment: Bentek Energy

Platts | March 20, 2015

Gulf of Mexico Reserves Open to Private Exploration & Production for First Time Since 1938

Gold reserves dip at Primero's Mexico mine

Marketwired | March 19, 2015

Toronto-based Primero Mining reported Wednesday lower gold reserves at its San Dimas operation, impacted by lower price assumptions, while silver reserves rose.

Kidnapped Goldcorp miners found dead in Mexico

Cecilia Jamasmie | March 16, 2015
Kidnapped Goldcorp miners found dead in Mexico

Three corpses were found on Friday in a mass grave in southwestern Mexico's Guerrero state.

Goldcorp disappearances raise Mexican mining safety fears

Frik Els | March 9, 2015
Goldcorp disappearances raise Mexican mining safety fears

The probable kidnapping of 4 workers at Goldcorp's Los Filos mine is just the latest in a string of mine incidents in Guerrero, Mexico's most violent state.

Gold companies consolidate in Mexico; source exploration drill program aims to join 3 gold zones

Market One Media Group | February 27, 2015

Takeover targets in the Mexican gold space are becoming thin on the ground after Timmins Gold (TSX: TMM) announced that it is acquiring Newstrike Capital (TSX-V: NES) in a transaction valued at $140 million.

Going for Mexican gold

Adam Hamilton - Zeal Intelligence | February 27, 2015
Goldcorp says El Sauzal may not be restarted

Mexico’s massive precious-metals belts are some of the world’s finest.

Reopening of controversial Spanish copper mine sparks heated debate

Cecilia Jamasmie | February 26, 2015
Reopening of controversial Spanish copper mine sparks heated debate

The contract has been awarded to a consortium headed by Grupo Mexico, the same company responsible of a major toxic spill in Sonora last year.

Union claims Canada did nothing to stop mining abuses in Mexico

MINING.com News | February 25, 2015
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Allegations are based on internal documents obtained from the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD).

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