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.

Fire halts copper production at Vale’s Salobo mine

Mining News Pro - Vale said that the production of copper concentrate at its Salobo mine in the state of Para, Brazil, is suspended due to a fire affecting a conveyor belt.

Las Bambas standoff tests Castillo’s mining reform pledges

Mining News Pro - Peru’s new socialist government swept to power pledging to strike a new deal with the copper mining sector and redistribute profits to Andean communities like those around the huge Las Bambas project, owned by China’s MMG.

Five gendarmes killed in attack on mining convoy in Mali

Mining News Pro - Five gendarmes were killed and four were injured when a convoy they were escorting to an Australian-owned gold mine in southern Mali came under attack by militants, the army said.

‘Just Transition Transaction’ can unlock fiscal space for South Africa’s low-carbon shift

Mining News Pro - A Just Transition Transaction (JTT) that enables South Africa to secure highly concessional finance from rich countries in return for accelerated decarbonisation would help create the fiscal space required to take such a programme forward, a new Meridian Economics study asserts.

Hudbay reaches agreement with unions in Manitoba

Mining News Pro - Hudbay Minerals announced on Monday that new three-and-a-half-year collective agreements have been ratified by the members of United Steelworkers (USW) Local 7106 and USW Local 9338.

Mining has helped Australia weather the COVID-19 storm

Mining News Pro - Federal Minister for Resources and Water Keith Pitt explores the strength of Australia’s pandemic-struck mining and resources sector.

Inspections continue at Woods Point following earthquake

Mining News Pro - White Rock continues to undergo safety inspections at its Woods Point gold mine following the 5.9 magnitude earthquake that struck near Mansfield yesterday.

Guinea’s Junta Urges Miners to Help Break “Resource Curse”

Mining News Pro - Guinea’s military ruler urged miners to support the local economy, even as he reassured the industry that production would be allowed to continue unhindered following a Sept. 5 coup.

Head of Oxin Steel Company visits the production line

Mining News Pro - Head of Oxin Steel Company, with some of company’s deputies paid a visit to the production line of this complex.

The 11th period of visiting Midhco projects in the year 1400

Mining News Pro - Ali Asghar Pourmand, CEO of Midhco Holding, visited the holding’s projects for the 11th time in this year.

US miners decry mineral royalty plan floated in Congress

Mining News Pro - U.S. mining companies are blasting proposals in Congress that would set royalties for copper, lithium and other minerals extracted from federal land, with executives saying the measures would hurt domestic production of the building blocks for solar panels, electric vehicles and other green technologies.

Chadormalu begins the vaccination of employees and staff

Mining News Pro - The vaccination of Chadormalu Mining Company’s staff and employees has begun for the main and subsidiary companies.

World nuclear energy use to grow over next 20 years

Mining News Pro - The World Nuclear Association (WNA) has forecast that worldwide nuclear energy generation capacity will grow by 2.6% a year over the next 20 years. The prediction is contained in the WNA publication 'The Nuclear Fuel Report: Global Scenarios for Demand and Supply Availability 2021-2040', which was launched on Thursday.

BHP paid A$34.1bn to Australia in 2021

Mining News Pro - Mining major BHP on Wednesday unveiled that it had contributed $34.1-billion to the Australian economy in the 2021 financial year.

Prominent Hill suspends operations after fatal incident

Mining News Pro - Operations have been temporarily suspended at the Prominent Hill mine in South Australia following the death of an underground worker.

Eight people suffocate at Burkina Faso mine after police fire tear gas

Mining News Pro - Eight people suffocated to death when police in Burkina Faso used tear gas against unauthorised gold miners at Nordgold's Bissa mine, a prosecutor said on Thursday.

Iron-ore giant plans carbon targets for customers in green pivot

Mining News Pro - Fortescue Metals Group is planning to unveil targets for reducing the carbon footprint of it biggest customers, marking a shift in approach for the world’s no. 4 exporter of iron-ore.

Polymetal hikes 2021 capex guidance

Mining News Pro - Polymetal on Thursday announced a new capital expenditure (capex) guidance for 2021, on the back inflationary cost pressures and the acceleration of a new silver project to take advantage of the favourable market.

Miners rattled by COVID rollercoaster

Mining News Pro - Workers in the mining sector are feeling more overworked and insecure in their industry than the rest of the nation, according to an employee sentiment survey from ELMO.

Hay Point a laser focus for Perth METS company

Mining News Pro - BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) will trial a fibre laser cleaner designed by Laser Technologies to remove surface corrosion at its Hay Point coal terminal near Mackay in Queensland.

Rio Tinto commits to stamping out workplace harassments

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto has reaffirmed its dedication to eradicating sexual harassment from its operations and acknowledges change is needed to eliminate it from the mining sector.

Rio Tinto partners with WA Govt for vaccine plan

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto will launch an industry-first COVID-19 vaccination program, targeting Western Australian communities in the Pilbara and the fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workforce from September.

Partnership formed to teach rural women excavator operating skills

Mining News Pro - As part of efforts to uplift women during Women’s Month, South Africa-focused platinum developer Nkwe Platinum and multinational gold and copper explorer and developer Zijin Mining Group, have partnered with heavy machinery manufacturer Sany Southern Africa, to provide an entry-level excavator training programme for six women from their South African host communities.

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