Petropavlovsk Mining News

Russia's Petropavlovsk sees net profit next year as key project boosts output

Petropavlovsk swung to a net loss of $24.8 million in the first half on rising costs and lower sales but declined to give a forecast for the full year.

Miner Petropavlovsk's biggest shareholder outlines his case for change

Petropavlovsk's largest shareholder, who is calling for an overhaul of the board, plans to sell the company's stake in an iron ore unit and draw up gold sector deals.

Petropavlovsk turns up the heat on biggest shareholder Rakishev

Petropavlovsk also said its board wanted to know the identities of the parties behind CABS and Slevin, which together own 9.1 percent of the company.

Petropavlovsk asks UK regulators to investigate activist shareholders

The London-listed firm is near the end of a quest to bring on technology to boost profits from the treatment of refractory gold ore.

A crypto tycoon, banking heir and the mysterious fight for gold

For the second time in a year, London-listed miner Petropavlovsk Plc is in the middle of a shareholder coup to throw out the board and revive its fortunes.

Russian gold miner Petropavlovsk names new chief executive

The appointment comes less than a month after Kazakh businessman Kenges Rakishev told Reuters he wanted to bring back co-founder Pavel Maslovskiy as CEO.

Renova sells its stake in Russian gold miner Petropavlovsk

Billionaire Viktor Petropavlovsk declined to comment.

Russian gold output to decline after record year

Major producers are cutting down production as they postpone or sell off costly operations.

Can the mining industry use zeppelins?

One mining company says that zeppelins are its best transportation option.