UNDP says the Colluli potash project has the potential to significantly boost Eritrea’s economy and advance the country’s sustainable development agenda.
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Mining companies now need to determine how to operate in a market that is characterized by rising stakeholder demands, a widening talent gap, as well as dwindling access to key inputs such as energy and water, says Deloitte in its latest annual report.
But only sliver of funds raised destined for mining and metals
General Franklimberg Ribeiro de Freitas’s return to the country’s Indigenous Rights Agency (Funai) is seen by many as positive, as the agency has lost funding and authority on land issues.
Based on answers from 51 senior executives, lawyers White & Case say that trade tensions are the second largest challenge for the mining industry in 2019 and reveal what the underlying full-picture looks like.
Company has completed a scoping study at its Khemisset project in northern Morocco, which shows it has the potential to be among the world’s lowest capital cost potash mines.
Danakali, an Australian-based miner, has moved to within sight of developing the potential world-class Colluli potash project which sits close to the Red Sea which is Eritrea's eastern border.
The company has begun to settle into its new role in the agriculture world and according to retailers and producers it hasn’t really shaken things up all that much.
Study shows mining has sparked "unparalleled inorganic compound diversification" like rabbittite at Lucky Strike, Utah and a handful found on smelter walls
But Newmont Mining prevents perfect performance for S&P 500.
The Germany-based fertilizer producer raised production outlook as weather-related production stoppages at one of its plant will be shorter than previously thought.
BHP Group may be heading for another clash with investors as the world’s biggest miner gets closer to a decision on whether to build, sell or mothball.
The project, located in Salta, Argentina, could produce 10,000 tonnes lithium carbonate equivalent per year over a 25 year mine life.
Mining companies across the globe now consider the risk of losing their licence to operate as the biggest risk to their businesses in the next two years
Changes to Brazil’s 50-year-old mining regulations also came in effect Wednesday and include measures that make the country’s industry more competitive and sustainable.
Albuquerque, 60, will tackle offshore oil licensing rounds and planned energy privatizations.
The company’s chief financial officer has outlined a detailed plan on how to not waste a whole lot of shareholders’ money again.
It remains unclear how many head-office jobs at Nutrien are being counted towards the incentive, with a Saskatchewan government official citing "confidential tax information" as the reason why.
The Germany-based fertilizer producer now forecasts earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) between 570 and 630 million euros, compared with previous forecast of 660 to 740 million euros.
In the past two years, Cat has been working on growing its offering, particularly in the underground segment, as well as filling up some gaps in terms of trucks sizes.
Nutrien says it will focus on increasing potash production in Saskatchewan where operating costs are lower and no capital needs to be invested.
EY’s Canadian Mining Eye index — which tracks the performance of 100 Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange mid-tier and junior mining companies — dropped 12 percent in the third quarter of the year when compared to the previous three-month period.
Capital expenditure among the 10 largest metals and mining companies is forecast to advance to about $35 billion this year, the first annual rise since 2013.
The mining community is salivating.
The world's no.1 heavy machinery maker reported third-quarter earnings that topped analysts’ estimates, but said the ongoing trade dispute resulted in $40 million in extra costs for materials in the period.