Critical minerals producers needed to meet future demand

Mining News Pro - Global demand for critical minerals could increase by up to six times by 2040, according to an International Energy Agency (IEA) report.

Focus on critical minerals in northern Australia to increase

Mining News Pro - The Australian Government has unveiled a $190 million investment plan that includes critical minerals development to grow business opportunities in northern Australia.

IEA report outlines urgent need to accelerate investment in critical minerals needed to drive energy transitions

Mining News Pro - A new International Energy Agency (IEA) report is warning of a potential supply deficit for some of the ‘critical minerals’ needed to support a global shift in the energy system that is aligned with the Paris Climate Agreement, as well as the growing number of country commitments to cutting carbon emissions to net-zero by 2050.

Australia injects $3m into Tasmanian minerals exploration

Mining News Pro - The Australian Government has pledged $3 million to expand the country’s resource exploration program into Tasmania.

Weir Minerals to provide rubber lining training

Weir Minerals intends to collaborate with TAFE New South Wales to initiate Australia’s first training in the application of rubber lining.

Greenland Minerals seeks talks with new gov’t over fate of rare earths project

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Greenland Minerals said on Wednesday it was seeking to engage in talks with Greenland’s authorities over its Kvanefjeld rare earth project, as the newly-formed government opposes the development.

Altura acquisition shows promise for Pilbara Minerals

Mining News Pro - Pilbara Minerals has taken over Altura Mining with the prospect of improving market conditions for lithium and encouraging production at the acquired company’s operations.

BCI Minerals locks in $90m in contracts

Mining News Pro - BCI has awarded $90 million worth of contracts for its Mardie salt and potash project in Western Australia over the first quarter of 2021.

Kaz Minerals bidders up takeover bid to $5.5 billion

Mining News Pro - Nova Resources, the consortium bidding to take copper miner KAZ Minerals private has increased its offer by 9% to £4.02B ($5.5 billion), after minority shareholders said they would reject earlier proposals for being too low.

Canada tightens takeover rules for critical minerals

Mining News Pro - Canada has tightened foreign investment rules to protect the security of critical mineral supply chains, a government spokesperson said on Thursday, ahead of an expected surge in demand for metals used to make electric vehicles.

Northern Minerals rare earths to hit export market

Mining News Pro - Northern Minerals is set to deliver heavy rare earth carbonate from the Browns Range mine in Western Australia to thyssenkrupp, as it bounces back from COVID-19 challenges.

Pilbara Minerals to sell spodumene through digital platform

Mining News Pro - Pilbara Minerals is trialling a sales and trading software platform for battery materials from the Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum project in Western Australia.

US looks to Canada for minerals to build electric vehicles

Mining News Pro - The US government is working to help American miners and battery makers expand into Canada, part of a strategy to boost regional production of minerals used to make electric vehicles and counter Chinese dominance.

Pilbara Minerals increases offtake ahead of production lift

Mining News Pro - Pilbara Minerals has expanded its offtake agreement with Yibin Tianyi Lithium Industry for spodumene concentrate produced at the Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum operation in Western Australia.

Cohiba Minerals unearths Gawler Craton potential

Mining News Pro - Cohiba Minerals has returned assays of up to 12.15 per cent copper at the Gawler Craton in South Australia, which is located near BHP’s Olympic Dam mine and Oak West discovery.

Interest in critical minerals supply ‘never been this strong’, says Quebec graphite developer

Mining News Pro - There is a "renewed sense of enthusiasm" and a "new commitment" to move the Lac Knife graphite project, in Quebec, forward on a path to commercial production, says developer Focus Graphite.

Canada positioning for post-Covid-19 recovery with critical minerals push

Mining News Pro - Canada is using its measures to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic to position itself as a haven for new technology and battery minerals, boasting a wealth of such minerals found in few other places around the globe, said Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan.

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.

Critical minerals hit the road map in Australia’s future

Mining News Pro - The Australian Government has reinforced the role it expects the critical minerals sector to play in the country’s future in its third road map for the national manufacturing priority list.

Pilbara Minerals contracts SIMPEC at Pilgangoora

Mining News Pro - Pilbara Minerals has granted a works contract to SIMPEC for stage one improvements at the Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum project in Western Australia.

African Rainbow Minerals` earnings soar 134%, interim dividend declared

Mining News Pro - Despite Covid-19-related global economic challenges and uncertainty, African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) on Wednesday reported record headline earnings of R5 039-million for the six months to December 31.

Minerals exploration in Australia jumps as supercycle looms

Mining News Pro - Spending on exploration in global minerals powerhouse Australia rose in the December quarter to its highest in over seven years as prospectors stepped up their activity to meet strengthening global demand.

Demand for Australia’s critical minerals to jump

Mining News Pro - The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) has flagged strong demand for critical minerals following indications that the United States plans to develop renewable energy facilities and extensive electric vehicle (EV) supply.

Orion Minerals raises major cash for South African copper project

Mining News Pro - Dual listed copper developer Orion Minerals on Thursday announced a A$25-million capital raising to fast-track the development of its two base metal production centers in South Africa.

OZ Minerals launches challenge to find green ways to extract metals

Mining News Pro - OZ Minerals partnered with fellow Australian tech company Unearthed to launch Ingenious Extraction, an incubator challenge aimed at finding new, low-impact ways to extract metals like copper, gold, silver and cobalt from the miner’s concentrates.

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