Lynas Rare Earths processing plant EPA approved

Mining News Pro - Lynas Rare Earths has had its proposal for a processing facility near Kalgoorlie-Boulder recommended for environmental approval by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) in Western Australia.

Hochschild to spin off Chilean rare earths project

Mining News Pro - Hochschild Mining is spinning off its Chilean rare earth project Aclara to focus on its core precious metals business while continuing to hold 20% of the new Toronto-listed company.

No. 1 uranium miner backs physical fund in nod to robust demand

Mining News Pro - Kazatomprom, the world’s largest uranium miner, is backing a new uranium fund that aims to invest in the radioactive metal used to power nuclear reactors.

No. 1 uranium miner backs physical fund in nod to robust demand

Mining News Pro - Kazatomprom, the world’s largest uranium miner, is backing a new uranium fund that aims to invest in the radioactive metal used to power nuclear reactors.

Court upholds Narrabri approval

Mining News Pro - The New South Wales Land and Environment Court has upheld the New South Wale Independent Planning Commission’s approval of the Narrabri gas project.

Natural, synthetic graphite needed by the EV sector – analysis

Mining News Pro - In the coming years, exponential growth from the EV sector will propel the industry’s graphite requirement far above demand from the traditional consuming sectors, including the refractory industry, which is now the largest user of graphite.

Uranium ETFs roaring back after $1 billion influx on nuclear bet

Mining News Pro - The rally for two exchange-traded funds focused on uranium is surging back, delivering fresh gains to investors who’ve poured more than $1 billion into them this year in a bet on nuclear power’s resurgence.

Solar hybrid system at Fekola mine exceeding expectations

Mining News Pro - Following the commissioning of the world’s largest off-grid solar-battery hybrid system for the mining industry, at the Fekola gold mine, in Mali, expectations to reduce the mine’s heavy fuel oil consumption by over 13-million litres a year and to lower carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated 39 000 t/y have already been exceeded, Suntrace business development and sales manager Ralf Jungebloed said.

Northam Platinum’s headline earnings soar 215%

Mining News Pro - The normalised headline earnings of platinum group metals (PGMs) mining company Northam Platinum soared by more than 215% to R10.9-billion in the 12 months to June 30.

New Mokala manganese mine heading for steady state

Mining News Pro - With mining now ramping up, the new Mokala manganese mine in the Northern Cape anticipates being at steady state production by the third quarter of 2021.

Super material discovered by error could be key for batteries

Mining News Pro - Researchers searching for a new superconductor with unconventional behaviour unexpectedly discovered a material that is only four atoms thick and allows for studying the motion of charged particles in only two dimensions.

Bushveld on track to meet full-year production

Mining News Pro - The operational stability and improved production performance achieved by Aim-listed Bushveld Minerals in the last two months of the interim period ended June 30 were carried through into the first two months of the second half of the current financial year, which bodes well for reducing unit costs in the remainder of the year, CEO Fortune Mojapelo says.

Cameco inks deals to supply fuel for small modular reactors

Mining News Pro - Cameco signed a memorandum of understanding with GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH), GEH SMR Technologies Canada, and Synthos Green Energy to evaluate the potential establishment of a uranium supply chain in Canada capable of service a potential fleet of GWRX-300 small modular reactors (SMR) in Poland.

Uranium price rally is a high-stakes bet on future of nuclear power

Mining News Pro - After languishing at historical lows for the better part of the last decade, uranium suddenly came back from the dead.

Pilbara Ports eyes off iron ore at Ashburton

Mining News Pro - The Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) has begun investigating the trade of iron ore at the Port of Ashburton in Western Australia, in response to increased exports.

Rainbow Rare Earths to use special separation tech at South Africa project

Mining News Pro - Africa-focused Rainbow Rare Earths (LON: RBW) has inked an an agreement with US-based K-Technologies to use its separation method in the miner’s Phalaborwa rare earths project in South Africa.

Canada’s oil patch heads for hospital triage with virus raging

Mining News Pro - Canada’s oil heartland of Alberta has been hit with its most dangerous Covid-19 wave, with hospital intensive care beds filling up so quickly that health professionals are preparing to make decisions about who lives and who dies.

Platinum-group prices are being hammered by the chip shortage

Mining News Pro - The shortage of semiconductors is clobbering the price of platinum-group metals as investors brace for a long-lasting hit to car production.

Honeymoon not over as Boss eyes uranium production

Mining News Pro - Boss Energy has welcomed Process E&I to the mothballed Honeymoon uranium mine in South Australia under an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract.

ChromeSA says imposition of export tax would be high risk

Mining News Pro - The imposition of a tax on the export of chrome ore would be high risk and the gain from such an intervention would likely be eroded fairly quickly by the high cost of electricity, which is the real problem.

Sprott Fund’s buying spree propels uranium stocks to decade high

Mining News Pro - Uranium stocks surged to their highest levels in a decade amid a buying frenzy by Sprott Physical Uranium Trust that’s seen it amass millions of pounds of the commodity used to power nuclear reactors.

King Island Scheelite inks another offtake

Mining News Pro - Tungsten developer King Island Scheelite has entered into a new tungsten concentrate offtake agreement with physical commodity trader Traxys Group, for 90 000 t/y of tungsten from its planned Dolphin project, in Tasmania.

Angola’s modest oil output goal reveals a truth on global supply

Mining News Pro - Want proof of how hard it is for some oil-producing countries to lift supply? Look no further than the west African nation of Angola.

Uranium price hits highest level since 2015 as Sprott buys up physical supply

Mining News Pro - The uranium price has surged to the highest level since 2015 due in part to a single fund aggressively cornering the physical market.

Lake Wells microgrid creates greenest SOP project

Mining News Pro - Australian Potash has selected PWR Hybrid to build, own and operate a 35MW hybrid renewable microgrid at the Lake Wells sulphate of potash (LSOP) project in Western Australia.

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