Keyword: "minerals"

Mining News Pro - Canada and the US announced Thursday they have finalized the Canada-US Joint Action Plan on Critical Minerals Collaboration, aimed to advance the countries’ mutual interest in securing supply chains for the critical minerals needed for manufacturing sectors, communication technology, aerospace and defence, and clean technology.

Mining News Pro - Close to four weeks after deciding to curtail operations at its Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) operations in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, Rio Tinto says it has started the process of resuming work at the zircon, rutile, iron and slag works.

Mining News Pro - The properties — Golden Minerals Company (TSX: AUMN) announced Friday that it has sold two exploration properties for a total of C$3 million to a subsidiary of Industrias Peñoles, Mexico’s second-largest mining company.

Mining News Pro - Golden Minerals Company announced Friday that it has sold two exploration properties for a total of C$3 million to a subsidiary of Industrias Peñoles, Mexico’s second-largest mining company.

Mining News Pro - American Battery Metals reported that company executives spent a week in Washington, D.C. discussing with key stakeholders its strategy to help the United States lessen its reliance on foreign sources of critical minerals.

Mining News Pro - Russia’s state nuclear group Rosatom and Canada’s Wealth Minerals (TSXV: WML) are working towards a partnership at the junior’s Atacama lithium project in northern Chile. The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) under which Rosatom, through its subsidiary Uranium One Group, can earn up to a 51% stake in the project along with the right to purchase 100% of its offtake.

Mining News Pro - Canada is studying how its mining sector can become a key provider of rare earths and other critical minerals and metals a greener world will need.

Mining News Pro - Australian copper-gold miner OZ Minerals has pulled the trigger on its $35 million underground copper-gold mine in Brazil’s minerals-rich Carajás region, following a series of inter-linked strategic agreements with Vale, the country’s largest miner.

Mining News Pro - Nautilus Minerals, one of the world’s first seafloor miners, officially went bankrupt this week, its court-appointed monitor, Price Waterhouse Cooper reported.

Mining News Pro - Millennium Minerals has entered into voluntary administration following months of fund raising efforts to support the Nullagine gold mine in Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - The Australian Government is prioritising the development of the nation’s position as a global supplier of rare earths and high performance metals.

Mining News Pro - Sirius Minerals, the British company building a huge fertilizer mine beneath a national park, is seeking a strategic investor to help fund a revised two-stage development plan for its Woodsmith project.

Mining News Pro - OZ Minerals has pushed back the planned delivery of first concentrate at its Carrapateena copper-gold project in South Australia by a month.

Mining News Pro - The Australian stock exchange on Monday announced a trading halt on shares of Pilbara Minerals Ltd, pending an announcement from the lithium miner regarding an incident at a site that requires investigation.

Mining News Pro - Risks related to occupational health and safety are more prevalent than human rights abuses and conflict financing among global artisanal and small-scale miners (ASM), a new study by German supply chain auditor RCS Global Group has found.

Mining News Pro - First Quantum Minerals shares were up 17% on Thursday after Pangaea Investment Management, a firm backed by Chinese state-owned Jiangxi Copper upped its stake in the Canadian miner.

Mining News Pro - Uranium One Group (U1G), a subsidiary of Russia’s state nuclear company Rosatom, has signed a deal with Canada’s Wealth Minerals (CVE: WML) to buy up to a 51% interest in the company’s Atacama lithium project, located in Chile’s northern Antofagasta region.

Mining News Pro - Nine years after the implementation of a law requiring publicly traded companies to ensure their raw materials don’t come from mines that use child labour or fund warlords or corrupt soldiers, companies’ efforts to comply continue to fall short.

Mining News Pro - Canada’s Fortune Minerals Ltd said on Thursday it would shelve plans to upsize its early-stage cobalt mine in the country’s far north while it continues to hunt for a strategic partner.

Mining News Pro - In a small shack overlooking muddy pits hewn out of eastern Congo’s rolling green hills, a government official puts a barcoded tag on a sack of ore rich in tantalum, a rare metal widely used in smartphones.

Last News

Mining News Center