Mining

Mining News Pro - Aggreko has launched the Global Cooling Tower (GT) series, its first mobile and modular cooling tower for the global market.

Mining News Pro - The Administrative Court of Armenia has accepted Lydian International’s lawsuit appealing a directive by the head of the Environmental and Mining Inspection Body, which ordered a stop to mining-related activities at the Amulsar project, owing to sightings of newly-found red-listed plants and animal species.

Mining News Pro - Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) reports that its bauxite mining project in the Republic of Guinea has reached 75% construction completion. The project has a total budgeted project cost of about $1.4 billion and is being developed by EGA’s subsidiary Guinea Alumina Corp. It is the largest greenfield investment in the West African country in the last four decades. First bauxite exports are expected during the second half of 2019.

Mining News Pro - GFG Alliance executive chairman Sanjeev Gupta has revealed the company is planning to construct a steel plant in Whyalla, South Australia, that will be the largest in the western world.

Mining News Pro - Minimum downtime and the optimum use of staff and resources are key to sustainable success in the minerals and mining industries.

Mining News Pro - Acacia Coal has divested of its shareholding in fellow-listed Bowen Coking Coal at a price of 1.6c each.

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Department of Environment and Science has issued an environmental permit for a start-up mining and processing operation at the Ardmore phosphate rock project.

Mining News Pro - Delrey Metals (CNSX: DLRY) has acquired two B.C. vanadium projects by issuing 5.5 million shares to BC Vanadium, a private company.

Mining News Pro - The diamond policy approved by Cabinet last week is more than a mining issue as it will be used as a foreign policy tool for Zimbabwe`s re-engagement process, President Mnangagwa has said.

Mining News Pro - In a series of talks that took place within the COP24 summit in Katowice, Poland, defenders of the circular economy highlighted the importance of including mining of rare earth metals into their discussions.

Mining News Pro - Uranium developer Vimy Resources will undertake further drilling work at its Angularli uranium deposit, in the Northern Territory, after a scoping study proved positive.

Mining News Pro - Dacian is set to reach commercial production targets at its Mt Morgans gold operation near Laverton, Western Australia after achieving first ore at the Allanson deposit.

Mining News Pro - Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered a large 78 carat white diamond from the Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho, southern Africa, highlighting the potential of the emerging operation.

Mining News Pro - Dollar heads for biggest weekly drop in two months.

Mining News Pro - India world’s third-largest scrap importer after Turkey and South Korea has witnessed fall in its scrap imports in Sept’18. As per customs data, India imported 406,506 MT ferrous scrap in Sept’18, down 19% as against 499,948 MT recorded in Aug’18. On yearly premises, scrap imports decreased by 10% Y-o-Y as against 450,097 MT ferrous scrap in Sept’17.

Mining News Pro - Cobham Aviation Services has secured a three-year contract with OZ Minerals to provide fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) services between Adelaide, Port Augusta and the Carrapateena copper-gold project in South Australia.

Mining News Pro - Nepean Mining will design and deliver key equipment and infrastructure at Fitzroy Australia Resources’ Ironbark No. 1 coking coal project in Queensland.

Mining News Pro - The Ministry of Mines and Mining Development has called on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to increase foreign currency retention for minerals producers to 70 percent from the current levels if the country is to achieve its Transitional Stabilisation Programme targets.

Mining News Pro - Saudi Arabia’s King Salman will inaugurate the Waad Al-Shamaal mining project on Thursday, Alarabiya TV said on Twitter, quoting energy minister Khalid al-Falih.

Mining News Pro - The "transfer pricing" dispute relates to the amount of tax BHP owed for selling its Australian commodities via its Singapore marketing business — or allegedly shifting its profits offshore. (Image courtesy of BHP.)

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