POLAND Mining News

Prairie Mining starts legal action against Poland's environment ministry

The news sent the miner's shares plunging 30 percent in London and 20 percent in Warsaw.

Poland's biggest miner PGG expects small rise in 2018 coal output

Poland's biggest mining firm, state-run PGG, expects its coal output to rise slightly this year from around 30 million tonnes in 2017.

These charts show just why copper price fundamentals are so strong

The world's 10 largest copper mines accounted for 25% global output in 2017 – on average these deposits were discovered 95 YEARS ago.

Polish JSW beats forecasts with 2017 profit, but suspends dividend

JSW said on Monday its 2017 net profit jumped to 2.54 billion zlotys ($745.31 million) from 6.7 million zlotys a year earlier.

Polish copper producer KGHM cuts 2017 investment and output targets

The state-run firm also said that this year's output of electrolytic copper from its own concentrates will be 35,000 tonnes than the planned 401,000 tonnes due to an accident at its smelter.

In the country where coal is king, a battle with the EU looms

The buzzword in the Brussels energy and climate bubble is 450, a number that is dividing European Union lawmakers and making coal-dependent Poland fume over upcoming reforms to the world’s biggest carbon market.

Poland's KGHM chief sees high copper prices boosting earnings this year

"I think that the third-quarter results will confirm that the full-year EBITDA will be higher than last year," says KGHM CEO Radoslaw Domagalski-Labedzki

Metal prices to lift Polish KGHM's Q3 results – CEO

KGHM Polska Miedz SA expects its third quarter results to be boosted by favourable metal prices and currency exchange rates.

Polish coal mining swings to profit on prices, restructuring

According to the Industrial Development Agency (ARP), net profit at Polish coal mines stood at 1.45 billion zlotys (US$400.06 million) in the first half of the year compared to a 800 million zlotys loss a year earlier.

Frantic search for 4 missing miners in Poland after cave-in

Rescuers were searching for four missing miners in southwestern Poland on Wednesday after an earth tremor caused rockfalls deep underground in a copper mine owned by KGHM.

Stunning photos of Poland’s kings of coal

Photo essay by Tomasz Tomaszewski.

Nazi 'gold train' treasure hunters to scan site of alleged finding

The treasure-hunting pair is focusing only on non-invasive testing at the moment.

Poland may stop producing coal until at least 2018

The new government is considering to stop production at several of its mines until at least 2018 in an effort to help prices by reducing a global oversupply.

KGHM applies for environmental permit for proposed gold, copper mine in Canada

GHM estimates the project will employ about 500 people and contribute up to $550 million dollars in federal and provincial taxes, $210 million in British Columbia Mining Act tax, and $110 million in municipal taxes.

Coal mine massacre during Solidarity-era Poland to go public

One of the darkest events in the martial-law era of Poland in the early 1980s will soon be available to the public.

Poland fights for coal, but Russia may benefit

Poland's defense of coal, which has been a measure of energy independence from Russia, might actually be an asset to the Kremlin's influence.

Kosovo miners return from underground, ending 3-day strike

Hundreds of miners in Kosovo are back on shift following a three-day work stoppage to protest against the Kosovo government, which backtracked on an earlier decision to take control of the Trepca mining complex.

Polish coal miner slashes production forecast amid restructuring

Announcement comes as Polish authorities work on a plan to group its loss-making mines into a “bad” or a “good” unit.

Polish miner KGHM begins production at massive copper mine in Chile

In the official opening the firm said it expected to start shipping from Sierra Gorda in November

Polish miners abandon Russian coal imports blockade

Warsaw has promised industry support.

KGHM completes seawater pipeline for its Sierra Gorda copper mine in Chile

The open-pit mine, to begin operations later this year, is considered the world’s seventh largest copper project.

Wary of dependence on Russia, Poland incentivises shale gas industry

Prime Minister promises tax breaks until 2020.

Coal industry says UN climate chief 'ignoring reality'

World Coal Association says Figueres's comments evidence her "lack of expertise in the mining and energy sectors."

UN climate chief to coal industry: 'Leave most existing reserves in the ground'

Christiana Figueres called the coal industry to diversify toward cleaner energy sources.

Poland hosts two very different climate change summits this week

As of Monday, Poland will be host to two climate change summits: One organized by the United Nations and the other by the World Coal Association.