Before the end of 2017, K+S Potash Canada and Amec Foster Wheeler hope to start production at their Legacy project in Saskatchewan.
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Mosaic was charged with fines of more than more than $85,000 after a worker's leg was crushed in a conveyer in February 2014.
First mining development in Saskatchewan on First Nations land
"Investors are willing to back their positive sentiment towards natural resources with fresh capital commitments," says new study.
One person is dead following an incident at Compass Minerals' salt mine located on North Harbour Road in Goderich, Ontario.
Takeover brings together two of the UK's largest energy services companies.
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Over 24,000 people attended this year's Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada’s Convention — a strong indication that confidence has returned to the mineral exploration and mining industry.
Encanto says will sign deal with existing producer to fulfil contract with state-owned Indian trader for 2m tonnes of potash per year.
For the second consecutive year, PDAC will host the International Mines Ministers Summit (IMMS) with 25 countries attending to it.
Several MAC members already formally participate in the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights Initiative (VPI) and several others apply the VPs for their operations abroad.
Study shows mining has sparked "unparalleled inorganic compound diversification" like rabbittite at Lucky Strike, Utah and a handful found on smelter walls
Joint venture with Kalium Lakes has added the Carnegie potash project in Western Australia to the company’s increasingly diverse project portfolio.
On the level of transparency in the approvals process, jurisdictions in the US, Australia and Scandinavia performed better than Canada, a fresh report by the Fraser Institute, shows.
The world's No.1 iron-ore producer recorded a net profit of $3.98 billion in 2016, a significant recovery from a loss of $12.13 billion it reported a year earlier.
A surge in commodity prices combined with its multibillion-dollar asset fire-sale has put the company in a position to pay big dividends and explore acquisitions.
BHP Billiton still sees potash as a key commodity in which to base its future growth despite prices for the fertilizer remain weak.
Net profit was $3.2bn for the six months to December 31, compared with a loss of $5.7bn in the same period a year earlier.
Already reeling from decades-low prices, potash miners are staring at another headwind, this time from India, a major importer of the crop fertilizer ingredient.
Report by the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) says the country is not in a good position to benefit from the increasing number of companies ready to make new and significant investments.
A reworked sale process for plants located in the southeastern city of Cubatão was reportedly launched in recent days.
EY’s Canadian Mining Eye index declined 13% in the last quarter last year as weak gold and nickel prices offset copper and zinc gains.
No injuries were reported and work resumed the next day.
While companies face different outlooks and challenges depending on the commodity they mine and their size, Deloitte says they should all should be looking for the answer to one common question — “Going forward, where should we play and how can we win?"
Frank discusses the gold and bond markets and how they have been driven by global uncertainty.