RBPlat declares R1.5bn dividend on record first-half performance

Mining News Pro - Platinum group metals (PGMs) mining company Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) has declared a R1.5-billion interim dividend in addition to the R482.3-million buy-back and redemption of a portion of its convertible bonds on the back of a record performance in the six months to June 30.

Nuclear power could get lifeline in Senate infrastructure Bill

Mining News Pro - Struggling nuclear power reactors could be given a $6-billion lifeline in the bipartisan infrastructure bill being written in the US Senate, according to a draft obtained by Bloomberg News.

Matawinie construction kicks off

Mining News Pro - The construction of the Matawinie mine, set to become the Western world’s biggest graphite operation, is under way, developer Nouveau Monde Graphite reported on Thursday.

Globe looking for clarity at Kanyika

Mining News Pro - Junior Globe Metals & Mining is seeking clarification from the Malawi Ministry of Mines over the grant of a mining license for its proposed Kanyika niobium project.

High-flying Anglo Platinum’s stakeholders receive nigh-R40bn boost

Mining News Pro - The strong operational and financial performance of platinum group metals (PGMs) company Anglo American Platinum in the six months to June 30 translated into nearly R40-billion worth of benefits for stakeholders including the fiscus, local and doorstep suppliers and communities.

Santos reports first oil from Van Gogh Phase 2

Mining News Pro - Oil and gas major Santos on Monday announced first oil from the Van Gogh Phase 2 infill development, with the first of three new production wells producing at the highest initial rate from an individual well in field history.

Approvals acceleration to fast track WA economy

Mining News Pro - The Western Australian Government has invested a record amount to accelerate project approvals across several agencies, including the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety.

BHP reaches conditional port deal for Jansen potash mine

Mining News Pro - BHP, the world’s largest miner, has reached a conditional agreement with a unit of Westshore Terminals Investment for its Jansen potash project in Canada’s Saskatchewan province.

Senex inks another offtake agreement

Mining News Pro - Senex Energy has struck a long-term domestic gas sales agreement with fellow-listed construction materials and industrial minerals manufacturer Adbri.

Bushveld’s vanadium output recovers after slow first quarter

Mining News Pro - Bushveld Minerals has reported a significant increase in production in the second quarter of the year, albeit from the low base achieved in the first quarter of the year.

Research finds alternative to insufficient indium

Mining News Pro - A research team has found a low-cost and sustainable way to replace indium in multiple applications including electronic devices, anti-reflection mirrors and smart architectural windows.

Amplats expects interim headline earnings to increase to at least R45.5bn

Mining News Pro - Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) expects to report a 560% to 578% year-on-year increase in headline earnings for the six months ended June 30.

Amplats lifts second-quarter production and refining

Mining News Pro - Platinum group metals (PGM) miner Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) reports that its production for the quarter ended June 30 increased by 59% year-on-year to 1.05-million ounces as a result of a strong recovery in production from all its operations.

Copper price falls amid covid-19 worries

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.

Chevron's CCS plans at Gorgon falter

Mining News Pro - US energy major Chevron on Monday conceded that it had failed to capture sufficient greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions at its Gorgon oil and gas project, and was now working with the Western Australian regulator to make-up the shortfall.

Queensland miners going green

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Resources Council’s (QRC's) latest 'State of the Sector' report shows more than 70% of CEOs surveyed were now investing in low emission technology (LET) research compared to 40% in 2019, and that nearly 22% were using renewable energy to power parts of their operations.

Energy Fuels’ first shipment creates US-Europe rare earths supply chain

Mining News Pro - Energy Fuels and Neo Performance Materials created a new United States-to-Europe rare earth supply chain this week when the first container – with 20 tonnes of product – of an expected 15 containers of mixed rare earth carbonate produced at Energy Fuels’ White Mesa Mill in Utah was shipped to Neo’s rare earth separations facility in Estonia.

White Mesa mill ships rare earths to Neo’s Estonia facility

Mining News Pro - The first container of about 20 t of mixed rare earth carbonate produced at Energy Fuels’ White Mesa mill, in Utah, has been shipped to Neo Performance Materials’ rare earth separation facility in Estonia, the companies announced on Wednesday.

Similar magnetite-rich mineralisation found in Block 2a of Tsodilo’s XIF project

Mining News Pro - Drill and assay results for TSX-V-listed diamond and metals explorer Tsodilo Resources’ Xaudum Iron Formation (XIF) project, in the Ngamiland region, in Botswana, confirm that Block 2a, located 10 km south of Block 1, is a continuation of the same Block 1 magnetite-rich units.

Branded platinum jewellery collections to play increasingly important role in driving demand growth

Mining News Pro - Platinum marketing organisation Platinum Guild International’s (PGI’s) July Insight report shows that strong and meaningful branded platinum jewellery collections, with innovative designs, are more appealing to consumers and provide a greater emotional value to the jewellery.

Atomic arsenic key to gold concentration

Mining News Pro - French scientists have dived deeper than ever before into gold and arsenic’s relationship, improving the understanding of gold concentration and how it can be recovered more effectively.

Cameco to restart Cigar Lake later this week

Mining News Pro - Uranium miner Cameco on Sunday returned its regular workforce to the Cigar Lake mine, in northern Saskatchewan, saying that the risk posed by the nearby wildfire had subsided.

Cameco suspends Cigar Lake operations due to close wildfire

Mining News Pro - Canadian uranium miner Cameco has temporarily suspended production at its Cigar Lake mine, in northern Saskatchewan, as a precaution due to the proximity of a wildfire burning in the vicinity of the operation.

Cameco suspends Cigar Lake operations due to close wildfire

Mining News Pro - Canadian uranium miner Cameco has temporarily suspended production at its Cigar Lake mine, in northern Saskatchewan, as a precaution due to the proximity of a wildfire burning in the vicinity of the operation.

Reward earns major project status for Lake Disappointment

Mining News Pro - Reward Minerals has been granted major project status by the Australian Government for the $450 million Lake Disappointment brine and sulphate of potash project in northern Western Australia.

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