Coronado completes first part of placement

Mining News Pro - Coal producer Coronado Global Resources has completed the institutional component of its 1-for-4.73 pro-rata accelerated non-renounceable entitlement offer, raising $87-million.

Antipa completes A$22m institutional placement

Mining News Pro - Antipa Minerals has raised an initial A$22-million through the completion of its institutional share placement.

MIDHCO: Commencement of operation in one of the largest steel projects in Iran

With the presence of MIHDCO’s chief executive, Zarand Iranian Steel Co. has been exploited.

Minerals Council recommends replacement of Samrad to encourage greater investment in exploration

Mining News Pro - The Minerals Council South Africa has made recommendations to the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) about critical reforms that are needed to encourage greater investment in exploration and mining.

King of the Hills approval cements Red 5’s golden future

Mining News Pro - Red 5 has received final permit from the Western Australian Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) for the King of the Hills gold project in the Goldfields region.

Pilbara Ports Authority enhancements improve iron ore exports

Mining News Pro - Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) has credited upgrades in infrastructure and technology for growing iron ore shipments from its ports.

Northam completes R1.33bn book building note placement

Mining News Pro - Northam has completed a private placement of domestic medium-term notes to the value of R1.33-billion in a bookbuild that was oversubscribed by 33%, under Northam’s R15-billion domestic medium-term note (DMTN) programme.

Cementownia Warta orders Aumund conveyors

Mining News Pro - In mid-2020 Cementownia Warta ordered an Aumund arched plate conveyor type BPB-SF in heavy-duty design.

Indonesian cement market contracts in September

Mining News Pro - Cement demand in Indonesia fell to 6.175Mt in September 2020, according to the Indonesian cement association, ASI.

Arch Resources announcement is a warning sign for Wyoming

Mining News Pro - The second largest coal operator in the nation announced last week it will aggressively scale back production of thermal coal in Wyoming and rapidly transition to steel production in other parts of the country.

BHP grants Adbri cement and lime contract extension

Mining News Pro - BHP has awarded local construction materials manufacturer Adbri a four-year contract extension at the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia.

Fortescue listed among top companies for female career advancement

Mining News Pro - Fortescue Metals Group is the only Australian company to be recognised among Parity.org‘s list of Best Companies for Women to Advance this year.

Royal Helium closes private placement

Mining News Pro - Royal Helium closed on Thursday its oversubscribed private placement first announced in June. Royal raised proceeds of C$1 million through the issuance of 20,000,000 units at a price of $0.05 per unit.

Displacement continuing at copper mine where openpit give way is imminent

Mining News Pro - Vertical and horizontal displacement is continuing at the Nchanga Open Pit Cut 2 in Chingola in Zambia, where geo-technical assessments point to an imminent collapse of a portion of the openpit – but the anticipated slough had not happened by late Sunday when Mining Weekly spoke by phone to Konkola Copper Mines CEO Chris Sheppard.

Displacement continuing at copper mine where openpit give way is imminent

Mining News Pro - Vertical and horizontal displacement is continuing at the Nchanga Open Pit Cut 2 in Chingola in Zambia, where geo-technical assessments point to an imminent collapse of a portion of the openpit – but the anticipated slough had not happened by late Sunday when Mining Weekly spoke by phone to Konkola Copper Mines CEO Chris Sheppard.

Cementa to supply climate-enhanced cement Swedish Transport Association supply contract

Mining News Pro - The Swedish Transport Association (ST) has arranged with Cementa for the supply of ‘climate-enhanced’ cement for the completion of an expansion of the Malmö – Lund Southern Main Line between Arlöv and Lund, including an underground section and three new stations.

Cement industry sees demand recovery, but prices remain on weak footing

Mining News Pro - Urban housing could be a laggard and government spending on infrastructure and allied activities could remain muted in this fiscal year

PTM closes private placement to raise $1.71m

Mining News Pro - Platinum Group Metals (PTM) has closed a previously announced nonbrokered private placement of common shares at a price of $1.40 each, with an aggregate of 1.22-million common shares subscribed for and issued, resulting in gross proceeds of $1.71-million.

UltraTech Cement cuts capital expenditure budget to US$130m

Mining News Pro - UltraTech Cement has cuts its capital expenditure budget to around US$130m due to the coronavirus pandemic. Work on its 2.2Mt/yr Cuttack grinding unit, which was scheduled for commissioning in March 2021, has been slowed down.

Newcrest raises $200m on top of billion-dollar placement

Mining News Pro - Newcrest Mining has completed its share purchase plan to raise $200 million, following a $1 billion placement to institutional investors in April.

Cement shares rally on gradual pick-up in demand; Birla Corp surges 11%

Mining News Pro - After the demand disruption caused by the nation-wide lockdown, there has been a recovery in demand in the rural areas, primarily driven by pre-monsoon work.

Rise in cement, steel price worries builders

Mining News Pro - Sharp rise in prices of cement and steel has caused concern among the real estate promoters and those constructing individual houses in the city.

Uzbekistan resumes cement imports

Mining News Pro - Uzbekistan resumed import of cement in accordance with the resolution of the government of May 22.

PPC becomes another lockdown casualty as cement maker loses 95% SA sales

Mining News Pro - Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC), Africa’s biggest cement maker, lost 95 percent of its South African sales in April over the same month a year before due to the lockdown, the group said in an update on Thursday.

Norway Cement Plant Moves Forward with Carbon Capture

Mining News Pro - Up to 400,000 tonnes a year of carbon dioxide could be captured and stored at what is set to become the world’s first full-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility for cement production following a recent safety and quality certification of the proposed plant in Norway.

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