US plan would block Minnesota copper-nickel mine

Mining News Pro - The U.S. Forest Service on Wednesday proposed a 20-year ban on mining in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters region, a step that would block Antofagasta Plc’s Twin Metals copper and nickel mine project.

Copper price surges through $11,000 on supply squeeze

Mining News Pro - Copper price continued to rally towards record highs on Tuesday as signs of extremely tight supply outweighed concerns that slowing growth in China will impact demand.

Copper price tops $10,000 as energy crisis hits supply

Mining News Pro - The copper price continued to rally on Thursday amid a global energy crisis that is knocking supply offline and heaping pressure on fabricators scrambling for metal.

Chinese investment in overseas copper projects just beginning

Mining News Pro - China consumes nearly 14 million tonnes of copper each year – more than the rest of the world combined. But domestic supply last year was only around 2m tonnes, including scrap, and mined output has been stagnant for years.

Big miners reconsider Congo, Zambia risks as copper price surges

Mining News Pro - Major mining companies are looking to invest in countries they previously considered too risky, including Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia, propelled by a dwindling pipeline of big copper mines elsewhere and record-high prices.

Copper surplus on the horizon, but will it come in time?

Mining News Pro - The global refined copper market will be roughly balanced between supply and demand this year before moving into significant supply surplus in 2022.

Sumitomo to sell Chilean copper mine stakes to South32 for around $1.5bn

Mining News Pro - Japan’s Sumitomo Metal Mining and Sumitomo Corp agreed to sell their stakes in the Sierra Gorda copper mine in Chile to Australian miner South32 Ltd for around $1.5 billion, the companies said on Thursday.

Copper price surges to 2-month peak, shaking off China concerns

Mining News Pro - The global energy crisis that has led to power shortages and factory slowdowns did not stop copper prices from rallying to their highest levels since the beginning of August.

Big miners reconsider Congo, Zambia risks as copper price surges

Mining News Pro - Major mining companies are looking to invest in countries they previously considered too risky, including Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia, propelled by a dwindling pipeline of big copper mines elsewhere and record-high prices.

Ivanhoe’s DRC copper mine to double production ahead of schedule

Mining News Pro - Canada’s Ivanhoe Mines said on Tuesday that expansion of its Kamoa-Kakula mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the biggest copper operation to come online in decades, is ahead of schedule, with full production now expected in the second quarter of next year.

Hydro project set to boost green credentials of giant DRC copper complex

Mining News Pro - While Kamoa Copper, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is on track to become the second-largest copper mining complex globally, and the biggest in Africa, it is also poised to be among the greenest of copper mines.

Copper price rises on supply disruption worries

Mining News Pro - Copper prices rose on Thursday as supply concerns resurfaced in Peru, the world’s second-biggest producer of the industrial metal after neighboring Chile.

Copper analysts reset outlook on China's dual demand ructions

Mining News Pro - Copper analysts are reviewing their price forecasts for the red metal after simultaneous disruptions in two key sectors in China that together make up more than half the country's copper demand.

Fire halts copper production at Vale’s Salobo mine

Mining News Pro - Vale said that the production of copper concentrate at its Salobo mine in the state of Para, Brazil, is suspended due to a fire affecting a conveyor belt.

China's CMOC eyes solar and hydro for Congo copper/cobalt expansion

Mining News Pro - China Molybdenum Co (CMOC) is looking to tap more hydropower projects and potentially use solar energy as it expands its production of copper and cobalt in Democratic Republic of Congo, its vice-chairperson said.

BHP discussing Congo copper deal in shift of strategy

Mining News Pro - BHP Group is in talks about buying into a copper project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, marking a dramatic departure from the world’s biggest mining company’s policy of shunning risky jurisdictions.

MMG resumes Las Bambas copper mine shipments

Mining News Pro - Chinese miner MMG said on Thursday it had resumed the transportation of shipments to and from its Las Bambas copper mine, one of Peru’s largest, as nearby roadblocks have been lifted.

Rio Tinto declares force majeure on some copper cathode contracts, Kennecott smelter shut

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto Plc has declared force majeure on some copper cathode contracts after shutting the smelter at its Kennecott mine in the United States following an accident on last week, a spokesperson said on Thursday.

‘Very tight’ copper belies market turmoil, industry leader says

Mining News Pro - As investors weigh swirling macro-economic factors, market fundamentals for copper — a key metal in global construction and transportation — remain solid, according to an industry veteran.

Peru road blockades force MMG to halt Las Bambas copper mine

Mining News Pro - Chinese miner MMG (HKG: 1208) will have to once again halt operations at its Las Bambas copper mine, one of Peru’s largest, as community protests in the nearby province of Chumbivilcas have affected supply logistics.

Sandfire Resources to buy giant Spanish copper complex for $1.9bn

Mining News Pro - Australian mid-cap miner Sandfire Resources (ASX: MTR) is buying the Minas De Aguas Teñidas (MATSA) mining complex in Spain for about $1.9 billion, as it seeks to become a large copper-focused producer.

Copper price at 1-month low on global sell-off as Evergrande crisis intensifies

Mining News Pro - Copper prices fell to one-month lows on Monday as traders tracked the risk of contagion from the debt crisis at developer Evergrande, which is fueling new fears about China’s growth path.

Mining stocks carnage as iron ore, copper prices fall

Mining News Pro - Iron ore extended its slump below $100 a tonne and copper prices dropped in New York on Monday as China stepped up restrictions on industrial activity and fears about the collapse of the country’s largest property developer intensified.

Copper price loses steam as factory activity slows in Europe and Asia

Mining News Pro - The copper price fell on Wednesday as investors exercised caution ahead of a key central bank meeting in Europe that could offer more clues on its tapering decision.

Botswana copper miner Khoemacau giving attention to ESG silver lining

Mining News Pro - Khoemacau Copper Mining of Botswana, which is ramping up to nameplate throughput of 3.65-million tonnes a year, is also giving attention to environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters that include considerable renewable energy generation and promising community development initiatives.

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