A 3D model showing underground landscapes to a depth of 100km of an entire Australian state has been launched.
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More than 20,000 tonnes of toxic arsenic trioxide released from the now-shut Giant gold mine wiped out entire populations of algae and invertebrates from lakes nearby, study shows.
Chief Geologist Ross McElroy highlights to investors the merits of owning ‘Canada’s Leading Uranium Project Generator’.
Two years after the mine’s massive tailings pond collapse, the tarnished Golden Triangle environmental and economic fallout continues.
To support the conversion of Chuquicamata, the largest open-pit copper mine in the world, to a large-scale underground mining operation.
The Cerrejón mine is one of the world’s largest open cut coal operations.
Study argues it would be cheap and simple to retrain coal workers for solar jobs.
The mission's goal is to map a target asteroid, looking for deposits of water and other resources with visible and infrared cameras.
CAT said commodity prices remain on the low end and had yet to translate into increased mining activity or higher demand for equipment.
Ferrobamba and Tenova sign a cooperation agreement for the Aymaraes (Peru) iron ore development project
Ferrobamba selects Tenova HYL Micro Module to develop its iron ore deposit and build a 250,000 t/y High Carbon DRI plant in Peru
With 90% of the iron ore in Europe contained within Northern Sweden, it’s not surprising the Luleå University of Technology is a hub of mining and geological expertise.
Red metal production at the copper-uranium mine is expected to hit around 230,000 tonnes by 2021, but there is potential for up to 450,000 tonnes per year.
The University of South Australia has formed a collaborative research funding partnership with Centrex Metals Limited in a bid to use the cutting-edge technology to significantly reduce energy and water usage, and therefore the cost of mineral processing using molten salts.
Dependent on the market and the overall supply and demand of primary industries, paired with socioeconomic and geopolitical factors, some resources and minerals are far more valuable than others.
It is estimated that processing one ton of rare earths these days can generate about 2,000 tons of toxic waste.
The global rare earth market is expected to grow from the $1.4 billion it was worth back in 2010 to $4.1 billion by 2017.
Studies underway at Boulby Underground Laboratory, the UK's deep underground science facility, include the analyses of cosmic rays and climate, as well as astrobiology and life in extreme environments.
The new technique could help improve environmental outcomes as it uses bacteria instead of chemicals such as cyanide.
First time a country partners with privates to boost the development of the industry.
An official endorsement of such mission would pave the way for several other for-profit space ventures currently in the works.
Caterpillar will support MINExpo 2016 with an exhibit showcasing machines, technology, expertise and practical knowledge that miners can apply to help address their cost, productivity and efficiency challenges in today’s mining environment.
Mining is a key contributor to the economies of Chile and Mexico and without sizeable amounts of power they would not be able to run.
Improving agriculture with crop-specific satellite images.
Rare earths content was tested using hydrofluoric acid, which is much stronger and more efficient than industrial methods, but is too hazardous to use on a large scale.
Funds will be used to deploy and operate the firm's Earth observation program, known as Ceres.