MINING.COM MINUTE video news roundup launches today
We are proud to introduce the MINING.COM MINUTE, a speedy video roundup of the week’s biggest stories in the mining and metals industry.
MINING.COM MINUTE is published on the site on Thursdays, is always available on our YouTube channel and will also be distributed on our social media channels.
This is only the start of MINING.COM’s video service, and we’ll be adding more news clips and audiovisual features in the future.
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As usual, it was a week jam packed with major mining news stories from around the world. Click on the links below for more.
Enjoy our first installment:
Vale ordered to pay $1.5bn for dam burst damages
Judge says funds should be used to pay potential fines related to the deadly 2019 tailings dam collapse in Brumadinho. Read More
Lithium prices to bounce after 2022
When demand picks up, the supply side won’t be able to react quickly enough, says BMI. Read More
Rio Tinto cracks scandium extraction from waste
“Finding a way to extract a new product not only delivers more value from our orebodies, it helps to reduce waste.” Read More
Northern Dynasty’s Pebble project passes key milestone
If permitted, Pebble would be North America’s largest mine. Read More
“Evidence” against Vale in Simandou case may hinder award
Billionaire Beny Steinmetz claims to have fresh evidence that will help him reverse a $2 billion arbitration award. Read More