Rare earths sector at risk of more substitution if prices spike

Mining News Pro - The rare earth sector is likely to face more substitution unless production ramps up sharply to close a looming supply gap, an industry executive has warned.

South Africa should not rush move away from coal

Mining News Pro - South Africa must manage its transition away from coal-fired power generation systematically and not rush a switch to renewable energy sources, Mining and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe said on Thursday.

Minerals Council South Africa developing 2050 Net Zero Action Plan

Mining News Pro - The Minerals Council South Africa is developing a Net Zero 2050 Action Plan and pathway towards achieving the goal of net zero greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions.

Fire halts copper production at Vale’s Salobo mine

Mining News Pro - Vale said that the production of copper concentrate at its Salobo mine in the state of Para, Brazil, is suspended due to a fire affecting a conveyor belt.

Las Bambas standoff tests Castillo’s mining reform pledges

Mining News Pro - Peru’s new socialist government swept to power pledging to strike a new deal with the copper mining sector and redistribute profits to Andean communities like those around the huge Las Bambas project, owned by China’s MMG.

Headwinds mounting for world economy into final stretch of 2021

Mining News Pro - The global economy is entering the final quarter of 2021 with a mounting number of headwinds threatening to slow the recovery from the pandemic recession and prove policy makers’ benign views on inflation wrong.

One of the world’s largest clean energy projects closer to becoming reality

Mining News Pro - Multinational Sun Cable is one step closer to developing its massive Australia-Asia PowerLink (AAPowerLink) project – which will deliver up to 3.2 GW of dispatchable clean energy from Australia to Singapore.

Five gendarmes killed in attack on mining convoy in Mali

Mining News Pro - Five gendarmes were killed and four were injured when a convoy they were escorting to an Australian-owned gold mine in southern Mali came under attack by militants, the army said.

‘Just Transition Transaction’ can unlock fiscal space for South Africa’s low-carbon shift

Mining News Pro - A Just Transition Transaction (JTT) that enables South Africa to secure highly concessional finance from rich countries in return for accelerated decarbonisation would help create the fiscal space required to take such a programme forward, a new Meridian Economics study asserts.

Minergy posts higher sales volumes in FY21

Mining News Pro - Minergy has recorded a significant improvement in volumes sold for the financial year ended June 30, to 416 185 t, compared with the 198 057 t sold in the prior financial year.

Govt establishes A$2bn critical minerals loan facility

Mining News Pro - The federal government will establish a A$2-billion loan facility for Australian critical minerals projects.

Hudbay reaches agreement with unions in Manitoba

Mining News Pro - Hudbay Minerals announced on Monday that new three-and-a-half-year collective agreements have been ratified by the members of United Steelworkers (USW) Local 7106 and USW Local 9338.

Mining has helped Australia weather the COVID-19 storm

Mining News Pro - Federal Minister for Resources and Water Keith Pitt explores the strength of Australia’s pandemic-struck mining and resources sector.

Indigenous engagement progressing in Australian mining

Mining News Pro - The effort to better acknowledge and include First Nations peoples in the Australian mining industry is advancing as more Indigenous initiatives are introduced and more Indigenous contracts awarded.

Inspections continue at Woods Point following earthquake

Mining News Pro - White Rock continues to undergo safety inspections at its Woods Point gold mine following the 5.9 magnitude earthquake that struck near Mansfield yesterday.

Canadian miners welcome Liberal election victory

Mining News Pro - The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has welcomed the Liberal Party of Canada’s federal election victory, giving prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau another term in office.

Stirred mills strengthen Metso Outotec offering

Mining News Pro - Metso Ouotec has added complete stirred mill plants to its range of concentrator plants, including patented features like hydrocyclones, samplers, analysers and slurry pumps for increased efficiency.

Guinea’s Junta Urges Miners to Help Break “Resource Curse”

Mining News Pro - Guinea’s military ruler urged miners to support the local economy, even as he reassured the industry that production would be allowed to continue unhindered following a Sept. 5 coup.

Head of Oxin Steel Company visits the production line

Mining News Pro - Head of Oxin Steel Company, with some of company’s deputies paid a visit to the production line of this complex.

Oxin Steel Company received “Value Creation” reward

Mining News Pro - In the national meeting of value-creating managers of Iran Amin Asiaban, chief executive of Oxin Steel Company received the Value Creation reward.

Jajarm alumina applied for a license to supply the second fuel

Mining News Pro - The manager of Iran’s Alumina Complex said that the main fuel source of unit is gas, but in the summer and winter there is pressure drop and they have to use fuel oil as the second fuel.

The 11th period of visiting Midhco projects in the year 1400

Mining News Pro - Ali Asghar Pourmand, CEO of Midhco Holding, visited the holding’s projects for the 11th time in this year.

Exploitation of Midhco Holding projects; Completing the country's mineral production cycle

Mining News Pro - Iran’s mineral production cycle is going to be completed by inaugurating 5 major national mineral projects by Midhco.

US miners decry mineral royalty plan floated in Congress

Mining News Pro - U.S. mining companies are blasting proposals in Congress that would set royalties for copper, lithium and other minerals extracted from federal land, with executives saying the measures would hurt domestic production of the building blocks for solar panels, electric vehicles and other green technologies.

Research centre to unlock future mineral technologies

Mining News Pro - The University of Newcastle has opened a $35 million research centre to develop and commercialise sustainable mining technologies, supported by the CSIRO, FLSmidth and 15 other institutions.

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