Events and Special Reports

Mining News Pro - Dominion Diamond CEO Patrick Evans has left the company, marking at least the third high-profile departure in less than a year at the Canadian miner, which is owned by billionaire Dennis Washington.

Mining News Pro - The US Treasury Department delayed imposing sanctions on Russia’s largest aluminum producer, United Co. Rusal, for the fifth time, as it seeks to strike a deal that would allow the company to escape the penalties.

Mining News Pro - In an operation that lasted a couple of days and that involved four airplanes, police officials, forest rangers and the National Guard, Brazilian authorities dismantled a number of open-pit gold and cassiterite mines operating illegally in the heart of the Amazon.

Mining News Pro - Public relations of Khuzestan Steel Co. was chosen as the country`s top public relations.

Mining News Pro - At the HSEE Conference, IMIDRO praised the 7th subsidiary of the organization in the fields of health, safety, environment and energy. At the conference, three of the voters received a plate.

Mining News Pro - Copper rises on Chinese data, aluminium falls on stock inflow

Mining News Pro - Gold Road Resources and Gold Fields’ Gruyere gold project is on schedule to achieve first gold in the June 2019 quarter, according to a joint statement released today.

Mining News Pro - Analysts at Raymond James are lowering their forecasts for zinc and copper prices.

Mining News Pro - Chile`s Supreme Court upheld an environmental order for a gold mine owned by Canada`s Kinross Gold to close its water pumping wells, the environmental regulator said on Wednesday, bringing the curtain down on a long-running dispute that sparked the Toronto-based miner`s retreat from Chile.

Mining News Pro - Australian heavy rare earths producer, Northern Minerals Ltd has produced rare earth (RE) carbonate through the Browns Range pilot plant.

Mining News Pro - U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Friday that wage increases are a likely outcome of the current contract talks between U.S. steel companies and the United Steelworkers union, and said that they would be a bellwether for the broader U.S. labor market.

Mining News Pro - Monadelphous has secured a $240 million contract with BHP to provide maintenance services for shutdowns, outages and minor capital works at its iron ore operations in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - ArcelorMittal Mining Canada has announced a long-term funding programme to support mining and materials engineering R&D in the Faculty of Engineering at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec

Mining News Pro - The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) has learnt with shock the death of a mineworker at Samancor next to Steelpoort in Limpopo Province. The incident happened at around 9 am yesterday morning.

Mining News Pro - Samarco`s dam burst killed 19 people, wiped out several towns and polluted rivers. (Image by Romerito Pontes | Flickr Commons.)

Mining News Pro - The challenges facing the local mining industry this year are comparable to those facing the global mining industry, PwC Southern Africa CEO Dion Shango said on the first day of the Joburg Indaba, on Wednesday.

Mining News Pro - Leading lights from the global steel industry and eminent speakers assembled at SteelVia, the Global Steel Innovations Forum, that kicked off in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on 25 September, 2018.

Mining News Pro - Special Report on Iranian Billet,Slab and DRI export

Mining News Pro - Active buying interest for Indian billets from Nepal. However for commercial grade Wire rod demand remained weak as per the trade participants.

Mining News Pro - In recent conversations with market participants SteelMint learned that imported scrap offers to Bangladesh have increased slightly following high Indian sponge prices and limited scrap offers in the global market. The market has observed limited quantity deals ahead of religious holidays as domestic finish steel market remained sluggish. Imported scrap prices increased this week by USD 5/MT, on W-o-W basis.

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