Three Chilean communities maintain protest against Los Pelambres copper miner

Mining News Pro - Three communities in Chile’s High Valley of Salamanca remain in conflict with Antofagasta’s (LON: ANTO) Los Pelambres copper miner.

Top 10 largest copper mining companies in Q1 2022

Mining News Pro - Chile’s Codelco was the world’s largest copper mining company in Q1 2022 (based on attributable copper tonnes). Freeport-McMoRan solidified its second position in the ranking due to production increase at Grasberg.

Copper price at 16-month low as slowdown fears hit industrial metals market

Mining News Pro - Copper prices fell to a 16-month low on Thursday as fast-rising interest rates and weak economic data fanned fears of a global slowdown that would reduce demand for metals.

Copper price rises as looming strike in Chile adds to supply worries

Mining News Pro - The copper price rose on Tuesday on concerns about an expected strike in top producer Chile.

Copper’s outlook under threat as economic risks pile up

Mining News Pro - Copper is under assault from various risks that threaten to undermine the prospects of the key metal needed to wean the world off of fossil fuels, according to CRU Group’s Vanessa Davidson.

Argentina offers tax sweeteners to encourage fledgling copper sector

Mining News Pro - Argentina said on Monday it would introduce a new optional tax regime for copper producers that could potentially lower export duties in an effort to jumpstart national production.

Copper price slips as China demand woes resurface

Mining News Pro - The copper price fell on Monday, as a stronger US dollar and renewed worries over demand due to partial lockdowns in China weighed on sentiment.

Chile and Ecuador restart copper talks after yearslong impasse

Mining News Pro - After a yearslong deadlock, Ecuador and Chile have resumed negotiations over a partnership to develop a major copper deposit just as demand for the wiring metal is set to surge in a nascent clean-energy transition.

Copper more effective than silver in killing covid virus

Mining News Pro - Researchers at Ruhr-University Bochum investigated ways to make copper and silver release even more ions than they normally would as a result of corrosion, a process that helps prevent the growth of bacteria or kill them completely.

Copper price slips after new China lockdowns

Mining News Pro - The copper price slipped on Thursday after parts of Shanghai began imposing new covid lockdown restrictions.

Peru communities to allow Las Bambas copper mine restart after 51-day shutdown

Mining News Pro - A group of indigenous Peruvian communities on Thursday agreed to temporarily lift a protest against MMG Ltd’s Las Bambas copper mine that forced the company to halt operations for more than 50 days, the longest in the mine’s history.

Awarding the "National Star" to the public relations department of the National Iranian Copper Industries Company

Mining News Pro - Public relations department of the National Iranian Copper Industries Company received the National Star Award.

Hudbay Minerals needs $1.9bn for Copper World project in Arizona

Mining News Pro - Canada’s Hudbay Minerals unveiled Wednesday a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for its Copper World Complex in Arizona, which includes recently discovered deposits at the property as well as the Rosemont asset.

The big changes of the copper supply chain

Mining News Pro - Covid-19 laid bare many of the vulnerabilities of the mining supply chain, particularly in copper. We consider the potential solutions to reduce fragmentation.

Chile to cushion the blow of glacier ban on giant copper mines

Mining News Pro - Chile’s government is looking at a gradual implementation for a proposed ban on mining near glaciers in order to limit the impact on some of the world’s biggest copper mines and their planned projects high in the Andes.

Copper price rebounds as China eases covid restrictions

Mining News Pro - Copper prices rose on Thursday, buoyed by easing covid-19 restrictions in China.

Copper price down on bets of big US rate hikes

Mining News Pro - Copper prices fell on Wednesday, as bets of big US rate hikes following hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials, and a recent batch of weak economic readings from China put the focus back on global economic growth concerns.

Horizons Copper ETF ready to trade on the TSX

Mining News Pro - The Horizons ETF Copper Producers Index ETF (TSX: COPP) is set to go live for trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on May 17, providing a new option for investors to gain passive exposure to the world’s C$2 billion-plus market cap copper producers.

Chile copper mines dodge radical changes as Convention vote ends

Mining News Pro - Major copper producers from BHP Group to Freeport-McMoRan Inc. will likely avoid drastic changes in the way they do business in Chile as writers of a new constitution wrapped up deliberations on mining proposals.

Failed eruptions play a role in the creation of porphyry copper deposits

Mining News Pro - Porphyry copper deposits are largely produced by mechanisms similar to those causing large volcanic eruptions, new research by the University of Geneva has found.

Chile’s climate scientist minister eyes tougher rules for top copper mining nation

Mining News Pro - Chile’s Environment Minister Maisa Rojas, a leading climate scientist with a PhD from Oxford who made the leap into politics this year, is on a mission to strengthen the Andean country’s environmental rules and hold mining firms to account.

Copper stocks are building again, weighing on prices

Mining News Pro - After a brutal two weeks that saw the copper price at an 8-month low, the bellwether metal bounced on Friday, but a new report says headwinds will only get stronger over the rest of the year.

Once-forsaken copper country is back in the spotlight

Mining News Pro - Mining investors are stampeding back into a region many had seemed determined to leave.

Hudbay suffers major Rosemont copper project setback in Arizona

Mining News Pro - Canada’s Hudbay Minerals has suffered a fresh setback in its bid to build the Rosemont open pit copper project in Arizona following a decision by the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit declining to overturn a 2019 decision that blocked the project.

Peru community wants its land back, threatening Chinese copper mine

Mining News Pro - The community of Fuerabamba in the Andean region of Peru was resettled eight years ago to make way for a giant Chinese-owned copper mine, in a $1.2 billion scheme billed as a model solution to protests dogging the South American nation’s mining sector.

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