Russia’s Rusal: 2023 sales pick up after LME decision

Mining News Pro - Rusal’s sales had already exceeded 76% of its primary aluminum and value-added production for 2023, the company said, confirming an earlier source-based report by Reuters.

En+ says Rusal remains in full compliance with US regulations

Mining News Pro - The chairman of EN+, which owns a 57% stake in aluminum producer Rusal, dismissed media reports that Washington is weighing restricting imports of Russian metal, saying Rusal remained in full compliance with US regulations.

Yunnan asks aluminum producers to cut power usage

Mining News Pro - China’s southwestern province of Yunnan has ordered producers of electrolytic aluminum to reduce their power usage this week, the companies told Reuters on Tuesday.

Iran Alumina Company import 200 thousand tons of bauxite from Turkey annually

Mining News Pro - The CEO of Iran Alumina, located in Jajarm, North Khorasan province, said that 200,000 tons of bauxite is imported from Turkey every year as the raw material needed for this complex.

Fifty-thousand-year-old diamonds may be used to design ultra-hard yet malleable electronics

Mining News Pro - An international team of scientists discovered that diamonds formed during a high-energy shock wave from an asteroid collision around 50,000 years ago have unique and exceptional properties, caused by short-term high temperatures and extreme pressure.

Iran Alumina plans for a 350 thousand tons of aluminum export

Mining News Pro - The CEO of Iran Alumina Company announced plans to export 350,000 tons of aluminum ingots this year.

Global autonomous mining truck population tops thousand mark, to reach 1,800 by 2025

Mining News Pro - The number of autonomous haul trucks in operation globally reached 1,068 by May 2022, representing an annual increase of 39%, according to figures tallied by GlobalData. The UK-based data analytics firm also expects this total to exceed 1,800 (a 70% increase on current levels) by the end of 2025.

Australia begins long road to retraining thousands of coal workers for clean energy roles

Mining News Pro - The sudden speed of the shift to clean power is forcing Australia, a global champion of coal and gas, to confront one of the energy industry’s biggest challenges — how to transition millions of fossil fuel workers to new roles in wind and solar.

Rio takes full control of Rusal alumina partnership in Australia

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto Group has taken full control of an alumina refinery it owns with United Co. Rusal International PJSC in Australia, formally removing access to a key source of raw material for the Russian aluminum giant.

Signet shocks diamond trade with refusal to buy Russian gems

Mining News Pro - Signet Jewelers Ltd., the owner of Kay Jewelers and Zales, sent shockwaves through the global diamond trade on Wednesday, telling suppliers it would no longer buy stones mined in Russia, the world’s biggest source of gems.

Barrick’s Tanzania gold mine hit by new police abuse accusations

Mining News Pro - A corporate watchdog is alleging that local police are killing and assaulting villagers around a Tanzanian mine owned by Barrick Gold Corp. The Canadian miner denies that it is responsible for police conduct.

Rusal halts alumina shipments from Ukraine

Mining News Pro - Russian aluminium producer Rusal the world’s top manufacturer of the metal outside China, has halted alumina shipments from its 1.75-Mtpa Nikolaev refinery, nearby the port of Mykolaiv in Ukraine, heightening disruptions to the alumina and aluminium market, consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie said on Monday in a research note.

Aluminum shortages to deter blanket sanctions on Rusal

Mining News Pro - The United States and European Union countries are unlikely to impose blanket sanctions on Rusal if Russia invades Ukraine as that would exacerbate aluminium shortages, propel prices to new records and damage manufacturing, analysts say.

USA Rare Earth to produce nearly half of critical minerals in USGS’ updated list

Mining News Pro - USA Rare Earth announced that it expects to produce nearly half of the critical minerals listed in the US Geological Survey’s revised list of raw materials deemed crucial for national security and the economy.

Thousands protest against Rio Tinto’s lithium project in Serbia

Mining News Pro - Thousands of people in Belgrade and other Serbian towns blocked main roads and bridges over the weekend for hours in anti-government protests, targeting two new laws that environmentalists say will let foreign companies take advantage of local resources.

Production of 6 million 306 thousand 965 tons of concentrate in the first half of the year

Mining News Pro - Chardormalu Mining and Industrial Co. produced 6 million 306 thousand 965 tons of concentrate in H1.

Regulators in Hong Kong examine Rusal demerger plan

Mining News Pro - Hong Kong’s stock market regulators are examining plans by Russian aluminium producer Rusal to spin off its high-carbon smelters and refineries into a separate company that will be listed in Moscow, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.

Mobarakeh Steel Co. supply nearly 200 thousand tons of hot rolled coil in commodity exchange

Mining News Pro - Iran’s Industrial and Mining Commodity Exchange Market will be supplied by 199,980 tons of hot rolled coil by Mobarakeh Steel Company in August 30, 2021.

Medusa lowers output guidance at Co-O

Mining News Pro - Medusa Mining has set a production target of between 90 000 oz and 95 000 oz for the 2022 financial year, with all-in sustaining costs (AISC) targeted at between $1 250/oz and $1 300/oz.

Deep-South takes Namibia’s mining minister to court over licence refusal

Mining News Pro - Canada’s Deep-South Resources (TSX-V: DSM) is taking the Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy to court as it refused in June refused to renew the company’s prospecting licence for its Haib copper project.

Busa calls for 24-hour curfew, full deployment of army, police and reserve forces

Mining News Pro - The violence and damage to property that have overwhelmed parts of the country must be stopped immediately, Business Unity South Africa (Busa) asserted on July 15, as the devastating loss of life and destruction of property continues, particularly in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.

Mining creates thousands of apprenticeship opportunities

Mining News Pro - The mining industry has been a major driver in the growth of apprentice and trainee numbers in Australia, with the sector on track to put thousands more into work over the coming years.

Sabanour Company produced 500 thousand tons of iron ore in 2020

Mining News Pro - Iran’s major iron ore companies produced more than 46 million tons of pellet last year.

NICICO produced 50 thousand tons of copper cathode in 2 months

Mining News Pro - According to the last production statistics provided by Nicico, the company produced 50,216,000 tons of and 710 thousand tons of concentrate.

Offering 100 thousand tons of iron ore and concentrate in commodity exchange by Chadormalu

Mining News Pro - Chadormalu Mining and Industrial Company will offer 50 thousand tons of concentrate and 50 thousand tons of iron ore in commodity exchange.

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