A wall in a vast coal pit collapsed in the central Philippines early Friday, killing five workers and leaving at least four others missing at a site where a similar deadly accident occurred two years ago, a governor said Friday.
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Filipino supply worries, depleting Chinese stocks and Indonesian refinery delays could see nickel rise close to $30,000 a tonne.
The new revenue-sharing scheme would see the government taking 55% of the industry's net revenues or 10% of gross revenue, whichever is higher.
Melbourne-based company sets profit and production records from mines in New Zealand and the Philippines. Stock is already up 67% in 2014.
Other two Canadian jurisdictions —New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador— also made it to the top 10 worldwide. Kyrgyzstan and Venezuela, named the two countries mining enthusiasts should stay away from.
Glencore has previously indicated that it has no interest in 'greenfield' projects.
Dindo Leche started mining when he was 14.
Zamboanga Sibugay mine turned out unprofitable.
The $5.9 billion Philippine project is considered one of the largest foreign direct investments in the South Asian country.
Bogus mine was supposed to be in the Philippines.
Foreign investment has halved in two years and far-reaching amendments to 1995 mining law not likely to encourage new projects.
Tribal folk in this upland town are taking turns in watching two road barricades they have set up to block the entry of equipment and supplies for an Australian-owned mining firm.
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON–(Marketwired – May 15, 2013) – St. Augustine Gold and Copper Limited (TSX:SAU) ("St. Augustine" or the "Company") announced today a private placement with Queensberry Mining and Development Corp. The placement is for 55,000,000 shares […]
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Swiss miner Xstrata (LON:XTA) is delaying the commercial production of its $5.9 billion Tampakan copper-gold project in the Philippines to 2019, Sagittarius Mines Inc, the firm's local unit, said Wednesday.
Whole towns were washed away or buried by landslides when Typhoon Botha smashed into a mountainous region on the southern island of Mindanao last week, leaving 548 people confirmed dead and 827 missing.
After the government started enforcing a 7% tax on precious metals, most small-scale producers started selling to smugglers.
An excess stockpile of coal and strong winds resulted in thick, black coal specks being blown to houses near the coal yard of Kepco-SPC Power Corp. in Naga City.
St. Augustine Gold and Copper Limited announces filing of third quarter results, extension of warrants and the issuance of options
The company finished the 3rd quarter with approximately $5.5 million in cash; an additional $4.7 million was raised through a private placement with Queensberry Mining and Development Corp.
A 62 year-old woman was arrested in the Philippines for promoting an upcoming demonstration opposing magnetite mining back in 2011.
The company announces the grant of 1,300,000 options to purchase common shares. Each option is exercisable at a price of $0.10 per share for a five year term.
The pre-feasibility study was completed on the company's Taysan copper-gold project located on Luzon Island, Philippines.
Philippines-based Philex Mining Corp. (PX:PM), the country's biggest miner, may have to pay fines for violations of the Clean Water Act and the company’s own Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC), the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) said Thursday.
Philippines-based Philex Mining Corp. (PINK:PXMFF), the country’s biggest miner, said it is ready to start harvesting coffee from its demo farm located in the Barangay Ampucao district, in Itogon.
Gunmen in the southern Philippines ambushed a tribal chieftain who was campaigning against mining and destruction of forests, killing his 11-year-old son in the latest of several attacks on environmental activists, human rights group Amnesty International said Wednesday.