Events and Special Reports

Mining News Pro - An Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) survey has revealed that women in the resources sector believe their individual workplaces are more inclusive than the broader industry.

Mining News Pro - Resource nationalism has spiked in more than 30 countries over the last year and more than half of those nations are key producers of minerals and hydrocarbons, a new study reveals.

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto chairman Simon Thompson has signalled he will step down from his role due to the destruction of the Juukan Gorge rock shelters in Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - Canadian gold firm Endeavour Mining, which is preparing for a London listing late next quarter, is switching its focus to integrating new mines after a $2.7-billion acquisition spree in West Africa last year spooked some investors.

Mining News Pro - The outgoing National Planning Commission (NPC) is preparing to hand over the extensive work it has done to build consensus on South Africa’s ‘just transition’ to a low-carbon and climate-resilient society to the newly formed Presidential Coordinating Commission on Climate Change (PCCCC).

Mining News Pro - BHP has launched a joint investigation with the Banjima people into the cause of a rock fall which occurred last month at a registered Aboriginal site in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has identified resource sector workforce sub-groups which will be given priority COVID-19 vaccinations.

Mining News Pro - Governor of Asad Abad province in Hamedan announced the inauguration of 166 construction projects.

Mining News Pro - A rock from Marble Bar in Western Australia’s Pilbara region could hold the key to confirming if there was life on Mars

Mining News Pro - Gold Fields has reported a normalized profit of $878-million for the year ended December 31, 2020.

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto chief executive officer Jakob Stausholm has flagged greening the company’s operations and repairing relationships with Traditional Owners as key priorities for 2021.

Mining News Pro - Six people were killed in a fire at a gold mine in eastern China’s Shandong province, while four others were rescued, state media reported on Wednesday.

Mining News Pro - Eleven people, including one child, were killed in Democratic Republic of Congo on Sunday when rebels attacked two military posts in the southeastern mining hub of Lubumbashi, local authorities said.

Mining News Pro - Market analyst Roskill issued a report where its experts say that they expect concerns over carbon emissions from the transport of nickel sulphate feedstocks such as mixed hydroxide product (MHP) to grow over the coming years.

Mining News Pro - The fourth meeting of IMIDRO’s “best performance” has been held with two levels: Good performance and increased performance.

Mining News Pro - After the appointment of Ghalenoei as the new Khuzestan Steel Company’s chief executive, a meeting has been held between this company and one of their major slab consumers.

Mining News Pro - Fortescue Metals Group has awarded communications company Aqura Technologies with a $1.1 million infrastructure contract for the Kangi accomodation village in Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - Tesla boss Elon Musk is offering $100 million to the winner of a new X Prize Foundation four-year global competition focused on developing carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technologies.

Mining News Pro - Canada and the United States can collaborate more closely on manufacturing electric vehicles and on supplying critical minerals needed to make batteries for cars and other clean technologies, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.

Mining News Pro - Gold miner Harmony Gold Mining says an employee at its Target mine, in Welkom, has died following a seismic event that triggered a fall of ground on February 3.

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