SINGAPORE Mining News

Singapore state fund builds up stake in Ivanhoe, does nothing for share price

Singapore's sovereign wealth fund Temasek Holdings has taken up a 5.5% stake in Canada's Ivanhoe Mines valued at roughly $420 million ahead of a $1.8 billion rights offer at the miner. Early Monday Ivanhoe, already down 43% this year shed another 3.8% in value.

Singapore-based iron ore platform to compete with China's beginning on Wednesday

A second major physical iron ore trading platform, supported by major mining companies and Chinese steelmakers will launch this Wednesday, competing directly with China's new own platform in a race to create an industry price benchmark.

Jim Rogers says Myanmar is an 'astonishing opportunity'

While the long-closed and suppressed country of Myanmar holds elections and starts to haltingly open up, Jim Rogers says the country has an amazing potential, similar to China when it first undertook its economic revival.

Australia, Canada, Chile, Brazil and Mexico the top five mining projects’ destinations

In its annual ranking of countries in terms of political risks for mining investment, the mineral industry advisory firm Behre Dolbear, has ranked Australia, Canada, Chile, Brazil and Mexico as the top five nations in which to locate mining projects.

Zambia coal power plant construction to start in 2011

Singapore's Nava Bharat Pte plans to start construction of a 300 megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant in Zambia by the end of 2011 and complete it by 2014, company director Ashwin Devineni said on Saturday. "We have finalised the detailed layout of the power plant initially for 300 MW and later for an additional 300 MW," Devineni said in a statement.

Mine Light Bar Takes Industry by Storm

Known as the Mine Safety IP66 Light Bar, it was designed and developed by Motion Perfection Industries (MPI) – a 12-year-old company with a product range of 2,000 items and more than 500 outlets in […]