Further funding cuts lead times for QLD exploration

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Government has awarded 16 companies with a share in over $2.5 million for the fifth round of its Collaborative Exploration Initiative (CEI).

Lomiko Metals releases PEA for La Loutre in Quebec

Mining News Pro - Lomiko Metals has released a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for its 100%-owned La Loutre graphite project in southeastern Quebec, about 120 km northwest of Montreal.

Equinox restarts operations at Los Filos

Mining News Pro - Equinox Gold reported on Monday that a union blockade at the company’s Los Filos mine in Mexico has been removed and the mine has resumed operations.

NT Government boosts brownfield exploration funding

Mining News Pro - The Northern Territory Government is expanding new exploration opportunities with 18 projects from 15 companies awarded grants under the latest Geophysics and Drilling Collaboration program.

Harte Gold stock jumps on new discovery near Sugar Zone mine

Mining News Pro - Harte Gold’s regional exploration at its Sugar Zone property has made the discovery of a new greenfield mineralized area, about 8.5 kilometres (5.2 miles) northwest of the producing Sugar Zone mine in Ontario.

Hudson Resources says license won’t be affected by Greenland uranium ban

Mining News Pro - With the Greenland government preparing to outlaw uranium mining once again, Hudson Resources Inc. (TSXV: HUD) is confident that the proposed legislative changes would not impact its exploration licenses in the world’s largest island.

Deep-South takes Namibia’s mining minister to court over licence refusal

Mining News Pro - Canada’s Deep-South Resources (TSX-V: DSM) is taking the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy to court as it refused in June refused to renew the company’s prospecting licence for its Haib copper project.

Kalbar crosses its Fingerboards for mining licence

Mining News Pro - Kalbar Operations has applied for a mining licence for its Fingerboards project in Victoria’s Gippsland region, adding to the potential for a mineral sands hub in the state.

Kalbar crosses its Fingerboards for mining licence

Mining News Pro - Kalbar Operations has applied for a mining licence for its Fingerboards project in Victoria’s Gippsland region, adding to the potential for a mineral sands hub in the state.

Benga Mining will appeal rejection of Canada coal mine

Mining News Pro - Benga Mining, which aims to build a steelmaking coal mine in Canada’s Rocky Mountains, on Monday said it would launch an appeal after an expert panel last month rejected the proposal on environmental grounds.

Matsa raises drilling funds

Mining News Pro - Junior Matsa Resources will raise A$3.38-million in a share placement to fund drilling at its Lake Carey gold project, in Western Australia.

Flanders partnership levels up automated drill rigs

Mining News Pro - Flanders Electric has signed a memorandum of understanding with manufacturer Tribe Technology to develop a new automated reverse circulation drill rig to improve resource definitions.

Epiroc secures battery-electric mining equipment order from Ivanplats’ South African mine

Mining News Pro - Mining and infrastructure industry productivity and sustainability partner Epiroc has won a significant order for battery-electric mining equipment from Ivanplats, which will use the equipment to develop its greenfield mine in South Africa in the “most sustainable and productive manner possible”.

Field work restarts at Tasiast South gold project

Mining News Pro - Aura Energy has restarted field work at its Tasiast South gold and base metals project in Mauritania.

Appea calls for more exploration acreage

Mining News Pro - The Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (Appea) has called for the release of more gas acreage to combat Australia’s high wholesale gas prices.

Agnico reports positive mid-year results from biggest-ever exploration initiative

Mining News Pro - Precious metals miner Agnico Eagle’s most ambitious exploration programme in its 64-year history is delivering positive results, CEO Sean Boyd reported on Thursday.

Mako raises funds for Ivorian exploration

Mining News Pro - Mako Gold will raise A$10-million through a share placement to fund exploration work at its Napie gold project, in Côte d’Ivoire.

Weir’s Multiflo pump suits toughest of slurry

Mining News Pro - Weir Minerals has released a hydraulic submersible slurry pump for abrasive applications and large particle handling – the Multiflo Mudflo.

MRC raises funds for SA and Norwegian projects

Mining News Pro - Mineral Commodities (MRC) will raise A$10.6-million through a share placement and fully underwritten non-renounceable rights issue to fund work at its Tormin mineral sands project, in South Africa, and at its Skaland graphite operation, in Norway.

Fortuna to build on Roxgold’s solid West Africa foundation

Mining News Pro - Canadian miners Fortuna Silver Mines and Roxgold have successfully completed their business combination, creating a global intermediate gold and silver with four operating mines and a permitted development project.

Tasmania puts exploration funding to the test

Mining News Pro - The Tasmanian Government has started to develop new geological maps as part of the Tasmanian Geoscience Initiative.

General Motors moves to secure US-sourced lithium for its EVs

Mining News Pro - General Motors has taken steps to secure lithium, a crucial ingredient for electric vehicle (EV) batteries, sourced in the US through a strategic investment and partnership with Australia’s Controlled Thermal Resources (CTR), which is developing a project poised to become the country’s largest by 2024.

Fully autonomous excavation a step closer

Mining News Pro - Researchers from Baidu Research Robotics and Auto-Driving Lab and the University of Maryland have developed an autonomous excavator system that can perform loading tasks without human operators.

Metso Outotec strengthens materials handling family

Mining News Pro - Metso Outotec has partnered with German manufacturer FAM to deliver the best of both companies for in-pit crush and convey (IPCC) and tailings management plants on a global scale.

Queensland Budget backs exploration sector to support jobs

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Government has provided almost $5 million in investment to strengthen the state’s exploration sector as part of this year’s Budget.

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