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.

Stakeholders agree that it is a pity there had to be horrific tragedies before due attention was paid to dangerous tailings storage facility (TSF) practices.

Mining News Pro - Stakeholders agree that it is a pity there had to be horrific tragedies before due attention was paid to dangerous tailings storage facility (TSF) practices.

Australia-China trade tensions escalate

Mining News Pro - China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has suspended economic communications with Australia, emphasising Beijing’s move away from Australian commodities.

Where does Australia’s metallurgical coal go?

Mining News Pro - A Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) report has revealed that more than 60 per cent of the world’s seaborne coal exports come from Australia, with second place hardly keeping its head above water.

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.

Iron ore price breaks $US200/tonne

Iron ore prices have hit another record mark, surpassing $US200 ($259) per tonne to outdo last month’s historic high.

Copper holds near $10 000 as China’s return puts focus on demand

Mining News Pro - Copper hovered around $10 000 a metric ton as the return of Chinese investors from a three-day break put the spotlight on the strength of demand in the world’s top consumer.

Trade tensions rise between China and Australia

Mining News Pro - Advisory firm WoodMackenzie (WoodMac) has warned that the escalation in the geopolitical dispute between China and Australia is likely to have an impact on the resources sector.

Australia announces A$100m commitment to junior mining exploration

Mining News Pro - Australian Resources Minister Keith Pitt on Wednesday announced a A$100-million funding boost for exploration, extending the junior minerals exploration incentive (JMEI) for another four years in a move to attract new investors.

Mining sector key to kickstarting hydrogen industry

Mining News Pro - Hydrogen is set to play a key role in achieving carbon-neutral mining, an industry that is being touted as a key enabler of the global hydrogen industry, Engie Impact consultant Jasper Schrijvers said during a virtual presentation at this year’s Energy & Mines Africa conference.

New Nutrien CEO to carry out current strategy, focus on potash price

Mining News Pro - Canadian fertilizer and farm dealer Nutrien Ltd will continue its existing business strategy, including a focus on supporting global potash prices over maximizing sales, new Chief Executive Mayo Schmidt said on Tuesday.

World’s top jewellery maker Pandora to use only lab-made diamonds

Mining News Pro - Pandora, the world’s biggest jeweler, dealt a blow to diamond miners on Tuesday by announcing it would no longer sell mined gems, but exclusively man-made ones.

What a smooth transition away from coal in the US could look like

Mining News Pro - For the US to move away from coal, it is important to leverage the social cost of carbon as a tool for making key government decisions about coal mining and cleanup while remaining mindful of environmental justice and coal communities as the transition to other sources of electricity pans out.

Copper price keeps soaring while ICSG predicts 79,000 tonnes surplus in 2021

Mining News Pro - The global copper market should see a surplus of 79,000 tonnes this year and of 109,000 tonnes in 2022, the International Copper Study Group (ICSG) said on Monday.

Calidus on track for Warrawoona mine start

Mining News Pro - Calidus Resources has maintained plans to begin mining at the Warrawoona gold project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia in the middle of the year.

BHP’s Mt. Arthur bind illustrates mining’s coal dilemma

Mining News Pro - As BHP Group looks at options to spin off or sell its thermal coal assets, the miner is facing pressure from climate-conscious investors who want divergent paths and that’s even before getting to the tough task of finding a buyer.

OceanaGold persists through NZ, US troubles

Mining News Pro - OceanaGold is on track to deliver production at the Martha underground mine in New Zealand late this quarter after entering production this year.

Australian Mines proceeds with offtake pursuit

Mining News Pro - Australian Mines has continued to seek offtake partners for the Sconi nickel-cobalt project in Queensland.

Lotus starts US share trading

Mining News Pro - Uranium hopeful Lotus Resources has started share trading on the Over the Counter (OTC) market in the US under the symbol LTSRF.

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.

Soaring iron-ore prices boosting Aus revenues

Mining News Pro - Record iron-ore prices are expected to boost Australia’s iron-ore export value to A$136-billion in 2020/21, up from a previous record of A$103-billion in 2019/20, federal Resources Minister Keith Pitt said on Wednesday.

Precious jewellery demand set for continuing recovery

Following a challenging year for luxury goods marketers in 2020, the latest consumer survey commissioned by worldwide marketing organisation Platinum Guild International (PGI) during the first quarter of 2021 has determined positive sentiment for the jewellery industry, with a strong indication of robust demand for precious jewellery in three of platinum’s major markets during the coming 12 months.

Calidus to expand Warrawoona production

Mining News Pro - Calidus Resources has boosted its production expectations at the Warrawoona gold project in Western Australia following the acquisition of the Blue Spec gold project.

Jervois in financing discussions with US government for ICO mine

Mining News Pro - The battery metals miner Jervois Mining is participating in financing discussions with the US federal government to complete construction of its Idaho Cobalt Operations (ICO) mine, in Idaho.

Battery metal rush pits miners against marine biologists

Mining News Pro - Controversial plans to mine the ocean floor face a key test this year when a United Nations body unveils rules that could spur the exploitation of hundreds of billions of dollars of battery metals.

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