Major funding boost to three hydrogen projects

Mining News Pro - Australian Renewable Energy Agency (Arena) this week announced the conditional approval of a A$103.3-million investment towards three commercial-scale renewable hydrogen projects, as part of its Renewable Hydrogen Deployment Funding Round.

New Nutrien CEO to carry out current strategy, focus on potash price

Mining News Pro - Canadian fertilizer and farm dealer Nutrien Ltd will continue its existing business strategy, including a focus on supporting global potash prices over maximizing sales, new Chief Executive Mayo Schmidt said on Tuesday.

Santos looks at CCS at Bayu-Undan

Mining News Pro - Oil and gas major Santos has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with energy company Eni to cooperate on opportunities in northern Australia and Timor-Leste.

Promising suite of manganese assets facing extremely attractive manganese fundamentals

Mining News Pro - Unlisted empowered mining investment company Ntsimbintle Holdings, which last month grabbed the headlines by becoming the biggest shareholder in the ASX-listed Jupiter Mines Limited, has promising additional manganese mining assets serving a manganese market that observers describe as having extremely attractive fundamentals.

Last of the Lake Way enviro permits granted

Mining News Pro - Potash developer Salt Lake Potash has received environmental approval to scale-up its projects to 245 000 t/y of sulphate of potash.

Ionic starts feasibility study on Uganda rare earth project

Mining News Pro - A scoping study into the Makuutu rare earths project, in Uganda, has found that based on the current mineral resource, the project could have a mine life of 11 years.

Volt acquires major stake in European graphite project

Mining News Pro - ASX-listed Volt Resources will acquire a 70% interest in the Zavalievsky graphite business, in the Ukraine.

Anglo explores PGMs-based tech to simplify hydrogen storage in electric vehicles

Mining News Pro - Diversified mining and marketing company Anglo American, through its platinum group metals (PGMs) business Anglo American Platinum, is partnering with Umicore to research and develop technology that has the potential to transform the way hydrogen can be stored and used to power fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

Strandline fills up Coburn LNG supply

Strandline Resources has signed an LNG supply contract with Woodside Energy and EDL LNG Fuel to Power for the Coburn mineral sands project in Western Australia.

Anglo explores PGMs-based tech to simplify hydrogen storage in electric vehicles

Mining News Pro - Diversified mining and marketing company Anglo American, through its platinum group metals (PGMs) business Anglo American Platinum, is partnering with Umicore to research and develop technology that has the potential to transform the way hydrogen can be stored and used to power fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

Australian Potash hands out Pentium drilling contract

Australian Potash has awarded Pentium Hydro a $13 million contract for bore field drilling at the Lake Wells sulphate of potash (SOP) project near Laverton in Western Australia.

Palladium hits record as supply shortage deepens on auto demand

Mining News Pro - Spot palladium surged to a record high on bets that rebounding economies will fuel automaker demand, deepening supply shortfalls of the precious metal.

Vametco employees start return to work as industrial action is resolved

Mining News Pro - Vanadium producer and energy storage solutions provider Bushveld Minerals says five-day-long unprotected industrial action at its Vametco operation has been resolved and that workers are starting to safely return to work.

Amplats increases production, sales volumes

Mining News Pro - Despite the negative impact of the second wave of Covid-19 infections in South Africa, platinum group metals (PGMs) miner Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) increased its PGMs production by 7% year-on-year to 1.02-million ounces in the first quarter of this year.

Greenland Minerals seeks talks with new gov’t over fate of rare earths project

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Greenland Minerals said on Wednesday it was seeking to engage in talks with Greenland’s authorities over its Kvanefjeld rare earth project, as the newly-formed government opposes the development.

Syrah gets first quarter under its belt

Mining News Pro - Graphite miner Syrah Resources produced 5 000 t of natural graphite at its Balama operation, in Mozambique, during the three months to March, as production was restarted during the quarter.

Empowered Ntsimbintle strengthens standing in manganese mining

Mining News Pro - Mining investment company Ntsimbintle Holdings has acquired a further 13.8% stake in Jupiter Mines, making it the Australian-listed miner’s largest shareholder, with a total holding of 19.9% and entrenching its position in manganese mining at Tshipi é Ntle Manganese Mining's mine in the Northern Cape.

Platinum use in vehicle emissions control systems increasing as new regulations kick in

Mining News Pro - Automotive demand for platinum is expected to grow by 25% year-on-year to reach almost three-million ounces this year, the World Platinum Investment Council (WPIC) reports.

Empowered company strengthens standing in manganese mining

Mining investment company Ntsimbintle Holdings has acquired a further 13.8% stake in Jupiter Mines, making it the Australian-listed miner’s largest shareholder, with a total holding of 19.9% and entrenching its position in manganese mining at Tshipi é Ntle Manganese Mining's mine in the Northern Cape.

Lynas CEO cautiously optimistic of market recovery

Mining News Pro - Lynas Rare Earths has enjoyed record-high rare earths prices during the March quarter as the market recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Glencore and China Huaneng Group sign MOU on CCUS project

Mining News Pro - China Huaneng Group Clean Energy Research Institute and Carbon Capture Transport and Storage Company of Glencore have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the cooperation on carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology.

Origin warns of economic fallout of arbitrator ruling

Mining News Pro - Energy major Origin Energy has warned of a A$30-million to A$40-million increase in the company’s cost of supply for the 2021 financial year, and a further A$60-million to A$80-million increase in 2022.

Neometals signs Chinese agreement for Barrambie titanium

Mining News Pro - Neometals has secured a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Chinese titanium slag producer, Jiuxing Titanium Materials, to supply product from the Barrambie titanium-vanadium project in Western Australia.

Nouveau Monde launches climate action plan to achieve carbon neutrality

Mining News Pro - Nouveau Monde Graphite announced the launching of its climate action plan aimed at achieving a zero-carbon footprint at both its Phase 1 anode materials plant in the town of Bécancour and its Matawinie graphite project in Saint-Michel-des-Saints, Québec.

Paladin completes retail entitlement offer

Mining News Pro - Uranium company Paladin Energy has completed the retail component of its 1-for-8.5 fully underwritten accelerated non-renounceable pro-rata entitlement offer, raising A$26.2-million.

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