Iamgold in search of new CEO as Stothart leaves

Mining News Pro - Canada’s Iamgold is looking for a new chief executive officer as its current leader Gordon Stothart has stepped down and resigned from the board with immediate effect.

Beford report lists mining’s top paid executives and directors

Mining News Pro - Toronto-based Bedford Group/TRANSEARCH has released its 2021 report on executive and board compensation in the mining industry. The firm collected data from 276 mining companies between May and September 2021 for the 2020 year-end.

World’s first school for holistic mining management incorporates ESG agenda

Mining News Pro - Demand for copper to fuel the green energy transition is forecast to average 13% annual growth over next 10 years, according to analysts. Arizona – which produces 74% of America’s copper – will soon be home to a new type of institution designed to shape the industry’s workforce for the future.

Presence of Iran Alumina Company in the 5th International Exhibition of Mining and Mining Industries of Kerman

Mining News Pro - The 5th International Exhibition of Mining, Mining Industries, Machinery and Related Equipment of Kerman (kimix 2021) with the presence of industrial and mining companies started on Saturday, October 8, 2021.

Jajarm Alumina Company earned the first place in InoMine Festival

Mining News Pro - In the 3rd InoMine Festival, Jajarm Alumina Company succeeded to earn the first place in the field of industrial innovation.

Oxin Steel is looking for a sustainable electricity supply

Mining News Pro - Electricity supply has long been one of the main concerns of Oxin Steel Company in the recent years.

Mining tycoon Beny Steinmetz arrested in Greece

Mining News Pro - Diamond and mining tycoon Beny Steinmetz, who was convicted of minerals rights-related bribery in January by a Swiss court, was arrested last month in Greece when his private jet landed at Athens airport.

Nicico attended Minex 2021 international exhibition

Mining News Pro - Nicico attended the 10th International Investment Opportunities in Iran Mines & Mining Industries Exhibition in Tehran.

New member of the board of Nicico has been assigned

Mining News Pro - Hosein Ahmadi has been assigned as the new member of the board of National Iranian Copper Industries Company.

Glencore widens review of assets, eyes acquisitions

Mining News Pro - Miner and trader Glencore said on Thursday it was in the process of selling 10 more assets, putting another 15 under review and considering acquisitions as it moves to refocus its portfolio on what it termed “commodities of the future”.

Production of 6 million 306 thousand 965 tons of concentrate in the first half of the year

Mining News Pro - Chardormalu Mining and Industrial Co. produced 6 million 306 thousand 965 tons of concentrate in H1.

Polluting metals may be greener than you think

Mining News Pro - Metals, even the dirtiest old-world varieties like steel, can already be considered green if their contribution to climate change mitigation is taken into account, according to a Citigroup Inc.

New Zealand police finds human remains 11 years after mine disaster

Mining News Pro - Human remains have been discovered at the site of one of New Zealand’s worst mining disasters more than a decade after the explosion that trapped and killed 29 men.

At least 18 killed in artisanal gold mine collapse in Niger

Mining News Pro - At least 18 people were killed on Sunday in an artisanal gold mine collapse in southern Niger, the local mayor said on Monday.

New study shows real impact of mountaintop mining on endangered species

Mining News Pro - A new study that combined water-quality data with satellite imagery of mountaintop removal mining activity found that such operations pose a more serious and widespread threat to endangered species and people than was previously understood.

Africa’s crackdown on informal gold miners spreads to Mali

Mining News Pro - Mali is getting closer to bringing in new rules to better control artisanal gold mining and overtake South Africa as the continent’s second-biggest producer.

Iamgold says all Burkina Faso mine personnel safe after Friday’s attack

Mining News Pro - Iamgold said all employees and contractors at its Burkina Faso mine are now safe, after a mine convoy was attacked on Friday.

What G-20 leaders agreed on coal, methane, net-zero

Mining News Pro - Climate negotiators at the COP26 summit were banking on the world’s most powerful leaders to give them a boost before they embark on two weeks of fraught discussions over who should do what to slow the rise in global temperatures.

Newmont cuts guidance on pandemic hit

Mining News Pro - Newmont the world’s top gold producer, cut its annual production target by 500,000 ounces on Thursday, citing a hit from the pandemic as well as operational issues, after its quarterly adjusted profit missed market estimates.

Tesla vs Volkswagen 2021 battery power comparison

Mining News Pro - Shorting Tesla has been a widowmaker trade and fans of the company and its CEO have amped up the stock by more than 160% over the past year to become the first trillion-dollar automaker ever, joining the most rarefied of rarefied clubs.

Caterpillar levels up tech for big 2022

Mining News Pro - Caterpillar has detailed the bundle of technologies showcased at MINExpo for those who couldn’t attend in September, including next-generation cab designs and a wearable work safety product.

Rio Tinto sets sights on replacement mines for sustainable future

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto is chasing more ambitious sustainability targets, announcing it is now aiming to reduce its scope 1 and 2 emissions by 50 per cent by 2030 – more than tripling its previous goal.

Using the world’s first green steel to make a dump truck

Mining News Pro - The world’s steelmakers need a makeover. Their industry is one of the dirtiest, and it’s blamed for about 7% of global carbon emissions. The biggest producers essentially rely on the same manufacturing processes they used a century ago, and now they face a reckoning. With the planet’s viability at stake because of global warming, producers know they must adapt to survive in a low-carbon future.

Rare earths sector at risk of more substitution if prices spike

Mining News Pro - The rare earth sector is likely to face more substitution unless production ramps up sharply to close a looming supply gap, an industry executive has warned.

Minerals Council South Africa developing 2050 Net Zero Action Plan

Mining News Pro - The Minerals Council South Africa is developing a Net Zero 2050 Action Plan and pathway towards achieving the goal of net zero greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions.

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