Iran Alumina Company import 200 thousand tons of bauxite from Turkey annually

Mining News Pro - The CEO of Iran Alumina, located in Jajarm, North Khorasan province, said that 200,000 tons of bauxite is imported from Turkey every year as the raw material needed for this complex.

Inside Tesla’s drive to keep Musk’s battery promise

Mining News Pro - The secret behind Elon Musk’s goal of selling 20 million Tesla’s a year by 2030 lies in its pioneering battery technology.

Lynas posts record profit on solid rare earths demand

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Lynas Rare Earths posted a record more than three-fold jump in annual profit on Friday, boosted by soaring demand for the specialized metals it mines amid a global push for reducing carbon emissions.

Compost helps extract REEs from e-waste

Mining News Pro - Penn State University researchers are using micro- and nanoparticles created from compost to capture rare earth elements from aqueous solutions containing e-waste.

Germany may resort to nuclear plants to plug Russian gas gap

Mining News Pro - Germany may not be able to replace all its imports of Russian natural gas this winter and might have to resort to nuclear power to plug part of the gap, the nation’s two most powerful leaders said.

Why prehistoric Brits fancied rare quartz

Mining News Pro - Early Neolithic Brits used rock crystal —a rare type of perfectly transparent quartz which forms in large hexagonal gems— to mark their burial sites, according to new archaeological research.

China hikes 2022 rare earth quota by 25% on rising demand

Mining News Pro - China raised its annual rare earth mining output quota by a quarter to a fresh record high in the wake of rising global demand.

How to remove chromium, arsenic from mining-polluted water

Mining News Pro - Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory have discovered an adsorbent with high selectivity for chromium and arsenic in real conditions where water resources contain many chemically similar elements.

Ex-platinum partners fund manager guilty in $70 million fraud

Mining News Pro - A former Platinum Partners fund manager was found guilty of engaging in a fraud scheme to rig a bond vote at an an oil and gas company.

Sibanye Stillwater CEO says market conditions not ideal for gold M&A

Mining News Pro - South African gold miner Sibanye Stillwater is focused on operational stability and containing costs as market conditions are not conducive for gold mergers and acquisitions, Chief Executive Neal Froneman said on Thursday.

Uranium Energy wins race for UEX after sweetening bid

Mining News Pro - Uranium Energy Corporation has trumped Denison Mines’ competing bid for Canada’s UEX Corporation after sweetening its original bid.

Nuclear plant disaster in Ukraine is ‘real risk

Mining News Pro - Ukrainian officials said Russian forces shelled the area around Europe’s largest nuclear plant for a second day, hours after the head of the UN’s atomic safety agency warned of “potentially catastrophic consequences.”

Seabridge Gold PEA outlines standalone underground mine plan at KSM in British Columbia

Mining News Pro - Seabridge Gold has announced results of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for a potential copper-rich underground mine at its 100% owned KSM project located in northern British Columbia.

Analysts slash platinum and palladium forecasts amid global slowdown

Mining News Pro - Analysts and traders have sharply lowered their price forecasts for platinum and palladium as a global economic slowdown reduces demand, a Reuters poll showed on Wednesday.

First mover New Pacific, other juniors make headway in once off-limits Bolivia

Mining News Pro - Once considered a pariah, Bolivia is quickly gaining a reputation as an exciting jurisdiction for mineral exploration.

Rosatom inks deal with Russian builder at Turkish nuclear plant

Mining News Pro - Akkuyu Nukleer AS, the nuclear power company controlled by Russia’s state-run Rosatom Corp., annulled its contract with a Turkish builder and instead chose a Russian contractor for the remaining work on Turkey’s $20 billion atomic plant.

Eskom seeks partners for $71 billion energy transition plan

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. said its energy-transition plan may require as much as 1.2 trillion rand ($71 billion) of investment, with the bulk of the money expected to come from private investors.

China’s palladium imports from Russia rise to a record high

Mining News Pro - China’s palladium imports from Russia rose to a record high in June.

China’s palladium imports from Russia rise to a record high

Mining News Pro - China’s palladium imports from Russia rose to a record high in June.

Steelmaker Voestalpine builds up gas reserve to tackle shortfalls

Mining News Pro - Voestalpine has built up sufficient gas reserves to safeguard three months of production should there be an emergency hit to supplies, the Austrian steelmaker’s chief executive said in an article published on Saturday.

Cameroon’s anti-graft agency says investigations into Glencore bribery underway

Mining News Pro - Cameroon’s anti-corruption agency is investigating claims by miner and commodities trader Glencore Plc that it paid bribes to officials at state-run companies in exchange for favours, an official said on Tuesday.

New 3D geological model expected to help guide exploration of rare earth elements

Mining News Pro - Scientists from the University of Exeter and the British Geological Survey (BGS), alongside a team of institutions across Europe, have developed a new 3D geological model designed to guide the exploration of rare earth elements.

Molybdenum, sulphur key to converting CO2 into methanol

Mining News Pro - Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) have developed a solution that allows for the production of liquid methanol from carbon dioxide using a catalyst material made of sulphur and molybdenum.

Oil posts first monthly drop this year as OPEC hikes supply

Mining News Pro - Oil marked its first monthly decline since November as OPEC+ completed the return of output it halted during the pandemic and signs emerged that the US economy was on weaker footing than expected.

Pro-China digital campaign targets mining firms

Mining News Pro - A pro-China propaganda campaign used fake social media accounts to try to stir up opposition, including protests, against mining firms that challenge China’s business interests, US-based cybersecurity firm Mandiant said on Tuesday.

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