Rio Tinto, BHP plug into Komatsu zero-emission haulage plans

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto and BHP have joined forces with Komatsu to create and commission zero-emission haulage solutions.

Worker health, safety and equality in ASM

Mining News Pro - The launch of Delve: 2020 State of the Artisanal and Small Scale Mining (ASM) Sector report this spring shone a spotlight on working conditions, health, safety, and gender equality challenges in the industry that employs over 44 million people worldwide.

METS revenue suffers but hope remains

Mining News Pro - More than half of Australia’s mining equipment, technology and services (METS) companies suffered a decrease in revenue in 2019, according to Austmine’s National METS survey for 2020.

World-beating Anglo reports record half-year earnings of $12.1bn

Mining News Pro - Diversified mining company Anglo American on Thursday reported a record half-year financial performance in its position as the best of the world’s top-five global mining companies.

Haver & Boecker Niagara keeps its finger on the Pulse

Mining News Pro - Haver & Boecker Niagara has grown its range of high-tech analytic tools with Pulse Condition Monitoring (Pulse CM) for constant examination of vibrating screens.

Glencore recognises the importance of apprentices

Mining News Pro - Glencore has continued to advocate for entry-level resources jobs, with 40 new apprenticeships up for grabs at its Mount Isa operations in Queensland.

AusIMM series to highlight next-generation mining

Mining News Pro - The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) will host its Thought Leadership Series 2021 in August and September, featuring high level discussions on the future of mining.

NRW secures Gudai-Darri solar contract

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto has awarded NRW Holdings with a contract to deliver a 34-megawatt solar energy system at the Gudai-Darri mine in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

London judges re-open £5bn Brazil dam lawsuit against BHP

Mining News Pro - London's Court of Appeal agreed on Tuesday to reopen a major lawsuit against Anglo-Australian mining giant BHP, reviving a £5-billion claim over a 2015 dam rupture that triggered Brazil's worst environmental disaster.

Lynas Rare Earths switches on in Kalgoorlie

Mining News Pro - Lynas Rare Earths has contracted Mayfield Group Holdings for transportable switchrooms at its rare earth project near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.

Sibanye, RBPlat make progress with employee vaccinations

Mining News Pro - Sibanye-Stillwater has, despite recent disruptions in parts of South Africa, made significant progress with the roll-out of its Covid-19 vaccination programme.

Introducing Copper to the World 2021

Mining News Pro - Copper to the World returns in 2021, presented live at the Adelaide Convention Centre and simultaneously live-streamed to attendees located around the world.

Rio strikes a deal with Bougainville community

Mining News Pro - Diversified miner Rio Tinto has reached an agreement with Bougainville community members, represented by the Human Rights Law Centre, to identify and assess legacy impacts of the former Panguna copper mine in Bougainville.

Copper price falls

Mining News Pro - The copper price fell on Monday as the dollar hovered near its highest levels in months, making greenback-priced metals more expensive and less appealing to holders of other currencies.

China frictions steer electric automakers away from rare earth magnets

Mining News Pro - As tensions mount between China and the United States, automakers in the West are trying to reduce their reliance on a key driver of the electric vehicle revolution - permanent magnets, sometimes smaller than a pack of cards, that power electric engines.

Altrad targets Asia Pacific with Valmec acquisition

Mining News Pro - French engineering company Altrad plans to take ownership of Valmec with ambitions to grow the contractor’s presence in the Asia-Pacific region following the acquisition.

Fatality reported at Barrick's Hemlo mine

Mining News Pro - An employee of Barminco has died at the Hemlo mine, in Ontario, gold miner Barrick reported on Thursday.

Altech launches German R&D facility

Mining News Pro - High purity alumina (HPA) producer Altech Chemicals has officially opened its research and development (R&D) workshop at the DOCK3 industrial development center, in Saxony, Germany.

Creditors in Brazil miner Samarco oppose restructuring plan

Mining News Pro - Creditors in bankrupt miner Samarco Mineracao, a joint venture between Vale and BHP Group, made on Thursday an objection to the company's restructuring plan, according to a court document.

Ecuador mining sector needs clear regulations to attract investment

Mining News Pro - Ecuador needs clear nationwide industry regulations in order to attract foreign investment to its mining sector, the head of the country's industry association said, as community-led local referendums have slowed the development of mineral deposits.

Busa calls for 24-hour curfew, full deployment of army, police and reserve forces

Mining News Pro - The violence and damage to property that have overwhelmed parts of the country must be stopped immediately, Business Unity South Africa (Busa) asserted on July 15, as the devastating loss of life and destruction of property continues, particularly in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.

Freeport Indonesia cancels Tsingshan copper smelter plans

Mining News Pro - Freeport McMoRan will not proceed with plans to build a new copper smelter with China’s Tsingshan Holding Group, its local Indonesian unit, PT Freeport Indonesia’s spokesman told Reuters on Thursday.

Queensland companies confident in clean energy

Mining News Pro - Queensland resources companies are ready and willing to transition to renewable energy as long as regulation and technology allow for it, according to a new report.

Government overlooks mining for financial assistance

Mining News Pro - Australia’s mining industry incurred a tariff input penalty of $53 million in the 2019-20 financial year, despite receiving the least assistance, according to the latest Trade and Assistance Review.

Life in mining dependent countries significantly improved

Mining News Pro - Life in mining-dependent countries has improved significantly in the 23 years leading up to 2018, with strong governance the key to improving socio-economic well-being, the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) said on Wednesday.

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