OZ Minerals accelerates extraction evolution

Mining News Pro - OZ Minerals has facilitated its Ingenious Extraction Challenge to discover new ways to extract metals, allowing 60 submissions to compete for experiment funding.

Removing export restrictions helps prevent local market fluctuations

Mining News Pro - CEO of Esfahan Steel Company believes that removing export restrictions helps prevent local market fluctuations.

New federal policy makes it harder to develop Canada thermal coal projects

Mining News Pro - The Canadian government on Friday announced its thermal coal mining policy, which will make it harder for new thermal coal mining and expansion projects to be approved.

Iron ore price correction delayed as global steel demand tops 2bn tonnes for first time ever

Mining News Pro - Iron ore prices climbed again on Friday to nearly $220 a tonne and back to within shouting distance of all time highs hit last month.

BHP dodges copper strike in Chile with eleventh-hour wage deal

Mining News Pro - BHP Group averted a strike at its second-largest copper mine in Chile after workers at the Spence operation accepted a final wage offer on the last day of mediated talks.

Huge potential of HOSCO for development projects in Iran

Mining News Pro - Chief executive of HOSCO is grateful about the company’s current situation and believes that there is a huge potential for development projects.

US to list Nevada flower as endangered, dealing blow to ioneer’s lithium project

Mining News Pro - The US Fish and Wildlife Service said on Thursday it will propose listing the Tiehm’s Buckwheat flower as an endangered species, dealing a blow to ioneer Ltd’s proposed Rhyolite Ridge lithium project in Nevada.

Trudeau’s EV ambitions need strategic shift

Mining News Pro - Canada needs a better strategy to build up an electric-vehicle supply chain and become a North American battery hub that takes advantage of a global push toward cleaner energy.

Research reveals formation of ultra high-grade gold

Mining News Pro - The secret behind the formation of bonanza gold deposits has been revealed by two researchers from Canada’s McGill University.

Canada has “right ingredients” to be EV battery leader

Mining News Pro - Canada has a “once-in-generation” opportunity to establish itself as a major player in the global battery sector, but it needs to act fast to seize the opportunity, a new report reflecting the views of stakeholders across the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain shows.

PPC Lime’s new owners to focus on developing markets, community wellbeing

Mining News Pro - The new owner of PPC Lime, Kgatelopele Lime, will focus on developing new markets for its product and expanding its customer base.

Vale set to receive first-ever wind-powered ore carrier

Mining News Pro - Vale expects to receive in coming weeks its first-ever mineral transport ship propelled in part by sails, the company said on Thursday.

Havieron JV fast tracks project development

Mining News Pro - Newcrest Mining and Greatland Gold have opened the underground decline at the Havieron gold-copper project in Western Australia.

Miners welcome resource funding, but petroleum levy questioned

Mining News Pro - The resources sector has welcomed measures by the federal government to boost resource investment and growth.

Seafloor mining fever drives $2.9 billion merger

Mining News Pro - Littering the abyssal plain of the Pacific Ocean are an estimated 21 billion tonnes worth of polymetallic nodules containing high grades of manganese, nickel, copper and cobalt – the battery metals that Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA) has warned may soon be in short supply.

Minnesota copper project in limbo as officials launch permits review

Mining News Pro - The US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has agreed to reconsider its decision to renew 13 prospecting permits in Minnesota, which could have allowed Antofagasta’s Twin Metals to expand its proposed copper-nickel mine at the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

Mystery of sanctioned tycoon's assets in Zimbabwe revival plan

Mining News Pro - In December, the government of Zimbabwe announced a multibillion-dollar project called Kuvimba Mining House that would hold some of the nation’s most valuable gold, platinum, chrome and nickel mines and whose revenue would be used to revive the country’s moribund economy.

Pilbara Minerals plots development of Pilgangoora lithium refinery

Mining News Pro - Pilbara Minerals plans to form a joint venture with tech company Calix to examine the development of a midstream lithium chemicals refinery at the Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum operation in Western Australia.

Orion obtains urgent interdict to prevent further protest disruption at Prieska

Mining News Pro - Copper developer Orion Minerals has obtained an urgent interdict in the Northern Cape High Court, in Kimberley, to prevent any further disruption to its business at the Prieska copper/zinc mine involving violence and intimidation.

AngloGold extends $20m loan to Corvus for Nevada projects

Mining News Pro - North American gold explorer and developer Corvus Gold has secured a $20-million loan from its 19.9%-shareholder AngloGold Ashanti to fund work at its projects in Nevada.

As prices soar, Taseko may develop Arizona copper project without a JV partner

Mining News Pro - At current copper prices, miner Taseko may choose to develop the $230-million commercial production facility at its Florence project, in Arizona, without a joint venture (JV) partner, CEO Russell Hallbauer said on Wednesday.

CME starts trading lithium futures to tap EV demand

Mining News Pro - Commodities exchange operator CME Group launched on Monday a futures contract for lithium, seeking to capitalize on growing demand for the key ingredient in the batteries that power electric vehicles (EVs) and high tech devices.

2018 Mining Charter review application being heard this week

Mining News Pro - The application for the judicial review and setting aside of certain clauses of the 2018 Mining Charter, brought by mining industry organisation the Minerals Council South Africa in March 2019, is scheduled to be heard from May 3 to 6.

Burgundy takes first steps in Ellendale development

Mining News Pro - Burgundy Diamond Mines has mapped out its development strategy for the recently acquired Ellendale diamond mine in Western Australia.

Tanzania gold refinery starts producing in drive to boost gold revenues

Mining News Pro - A new gold refinery set to be the biggest in Tanzania has begun production in a step towards the government's aim of processing more of the precious metal domestically.

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