The federal government has announced that it will provide up to 25% of the construction costs for the road through the P3 Canada Fund.
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The deeper the mine, then the bigger the savings.
Beijing claims rare earth output quotas for the second half of 2018 only appear lower because the limit for the first six months of the year was for a larger portion of the total annual quota.
The Australian rare earths miner has been granted an extension to a temporary permit to store residue at its Malaysian site.
As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information.
Horizonte plans to raise $443 million to begin construction on the mine in the middle of 2019, production slated for late 2021.
The southern African nation is pushing the metal as a major draw for investors as it looks to attract capital to its mining sector following the ousting last year of former president Robert Mugabe after almost four decades in power.
Lead has all the hallmarks of a classic bull commodity story.
"Our goal is to complete the plant by the end of 2020, with commercial production commencing at the start of 2021," Joni Lukkaroinen, CEO of Terrafame
Malfunctioning furnaces tank Outotec's shares.
Glencore's copper production rose to 1,063,100 tonnes from the start of this year and cobalt output jumped 8,700 tonnes to 28,500 tonnes.
While the decision is final and not subject to appeal, one legal hurdle remains — Pampa Group, which controls SQM, earlier this month filed an additional appeal with Chile’s TDLC antitrust court.
Jair Bolsonaro is on the cusp of winning Brazil’s presidency, leading the latest polls by double digits, and the mining community is salivating.
The mining community is salivating.
The decision means there will only be enough supply for China's domestic buyers.
The company reported a profit for the most recent quarter but now must show investors that was not a one-time event
SQM revealed a five-week delay in a project to increase annual capacity.
Tribunal orders the companies to pay costs of around $3.5 million to the government.
From vacuum cleaners to electric vehicles.
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.
Northvolt's plans are a central part of Europe's effort to compete with Asian rivals such as CATL, Samsung and LG Chem.
The move is part of BASF plans to invest up to 400 million euros ($462 million) as a first step in building production plants for cathode materials in Europe.
Nutrien’s executive vice-president Michael Webb, described Julio Ponce, the Chilean miner’s top shareholder and former chairman, as a “hypocrite” and urged him to “look beyond himself."
The government has introduced new regulations to ban asbestos and products containing asbestos, but they don't apply to residues left from mining the carcinogenic material.