Events and Special Reports

Mining News Pro - California just started the clock on a future that a few years ago would’ve been unthinkable: dealerships full of nothing but zero-emissions cars.

Mining News Pro - Chilean lawmakers will vote on a fresh initiative seeking to draft a bill to protect the country’s glaciers, a move that could hinder development of mining projects in the world’s top copper-producing country .

Mining News Pro - ABB has partnered with the Enterprise Transformation Partners (ETP) and the University of Western Australia (UWA) to digitalise Gold Fields Australia’s Granny Smith mine in Western Australia

Mining News Pro - B2Gold has not lost any production because of Covid-19 or the recent military coup in Mali and believes that the political situation in the West African nation is “heading in the right direction”.

Mining News Pro - A new survey has found that many Australian mining businesses are unprepared for and are failing to put appropriate measures in place to prevent cyber security attacks.

Mining News Pro - Gold mining company AngloGold Ashanti on Monday reinstated annual guidance on improved operating certainty amid the Covid-19 pandemic and in anticipation of the conclusion of the sale of its South African assets at the end of this month.

Mining News Pro - As the world becomes more connected through information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT), ABB local division manager for mining solutions John Manuell warns that cybersecurity will need “to remain front of mind”.

Mining News Pro - The head of South Africa’s Independent Power Producer (IPP) Office, which performs the IPP procurement function on behalf of the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE), says discussions are under way with the department to finalise the roll-out plan for the Section 34 determination that caters for the procurement of 11 813 MW of new generation capacity.

Mining News Pro - BHP Group pursued permission to damage Aboriginal cultural sites in April, an Australian parliamentary inquiry heard on Thursday, despite being told of the distress it would cause traditional owners.

Mining News Pro - Peabody Energy has bid farewell to its long-standing chief operating officer Charles Meintjes, who has resigned from the company.

Mining News Pro - BHP will continue to consult Traditional Owners before starting mining activities at locations that have been approved by the Western Australia’s Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage.

Mining News Pro - BCI Minerals has completed the institutional component of its entitlement offer, raising an initial A$20.8-million.

Mining News Pro - Australian Potash, AngloGold Ashanti, St Barbara and Firetech have given local schoolchildren insight into mining operations and careers at the inaugural Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Innovation Day in Laverton, Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - A train carrying potash derailed near Hope, British Columbia, Monday morning.

Mining News Pro - REMA TIP TOP has launched an online series called OPENHAUS, which is designed to help industrial plant operators extend the life of their assets.

Mining News Pro - Fallout from scandal over destruction of historic site risks spreading despite departure of CEO and two others

Mining News Pro - Skarn Associates is pleased to announce the first release of its Carbon Emission Curves for the mining industry. These curves and underlying mine-by-mine data are available for iron ore, copper, nickel and metallurgical coal, covering global mine production excluding China.

Mining News Pro - Battery metals, which are used in modern energy efficient electrical products, are playing an increasingly important role in climate change mitigation and the shift towards a lower carbon-intensive future.

Mining News Pro - BHP has pledged to reduce emissions from its operations by 30 per cent by 2030, adding that it will continue to thrive under net zero emissions in the future.

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto Group’s board will debate the future of Chief Executive Officer Jean-Sebastien Jacques as it faces pressure to respond more strongly to the destruction of ancient Aboriginal heritage sites in Australia, according to people familiar with the matter.

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