Supercycle or China cycle? Funds wait for Dr Copper’s call

معدن نیوز -Funds continue to reduce their long exposure to the copper market even as the bull clamour for higher prices grows ever louder.

Chile tribunal breathes new life into controversial Dominga copper-iron project

Mining News Pro - A Chilean environmental tribunal has breathed new life into Andes Iron's controversial $2.5-billion Dominga copper and iron mining project, tossing out an earlier decision by a regulator that had denied the company key permits.

Billionaire miner sees copper as a national security issue

Mining News Pro - Copper is so crucial in electrifying the global economy that finding enough of it has become a national security issue, according to mining magnate Robert Friedland.

Copper demand to double with decarbonisation

Mining News Pro - BHP president of minerals for the Americas Ragnar Udd has expressed his optimism for growing copper demand in the future at the CRU World Copper Conference in Chile.

Copper smelter terms at rock bottom as mine squeeze hits

Mining News Pro - Copper’s turbo-charged rally has stalled over the last few weeks as funds have taken profits and physical buyers have refused to chase prices higher.

Giant copper mines start to get serious about green hydrogen

Mining News Pro - All the talk about how green hydrogen will help heavy industries kick their fossil fuel habit is starting to turn into action in the biggest copper-producing nation.

Giant copper mines start to get serious about green hydrogen

Mining News Pro - All the talk about how green hydrogen will help heavy industries kick their fossil fuel habit is starting to turn into action in the biggest copper-producing nation.

Antofagasta says surging copper price not enough to entice big investments

Mining News Pro - Miners will think twice before splashing out on major new projects even as copper prices have soared to decade-long highs this year, the CEO of Chile`s Antofagasta told Reuters.

Ivanhoe appoints energy veteran as chair of Kamoa Copper

Mining News Pro - Ivanhoe Mines has appointed Ben Munanga to succeed Louis Watum as chairperson.

Copper price jumps as Chile closes its borders

Mining News Pro - Copper price jumped on Monday as investors assessed the decision by Chile to close its borders during April due to a spike in covid-19 cases.

Copper may be the key to turn CO2 into fuel

Mining News Pro - Researchers at Ruhr-Universität Bochum and the University of Duisburg-Essen have developed a new catalyst for the conversion of carbon dioxide (CO2) into chemicals or fuels.

Higher Chinese imports herald coming copper scrap surge

Mining News Pro - China’s imports of copper scrap surged over the first two months of 2021, jumping by 60% year-on-year to 191,720 tonnes.

Ivanhoe working towards accelerating Phase 3 expansion at Kamoa-Kakula copper mine

Mining News Pro - Ivanhoe Mines (TSX: IVN) announced that part of the proceeds from the recently completed $575 million, 2.50% convertible senior notes offering will be used to accelerate the Phase 3 expansion at the Kamoa-Kakula copper mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Copper price falls amid rising exchange inventories

Mining News Pro - Copper prices fell on Monday amid rising exchange inventories and signs of weakening demand from top consumer China weighed on sentiment.

Anglo American to fund WA copper-zinc project

Mining News Pro - Anglo American is set to receive a royalty on Anax Metals’ copper-zinc production at the Whim Creek project in Western Australia as the former provides funding for the development.

Copper price rises on optimism over US recovery

Mining News Pro - Copper prices rose on Friday, tracking gains in the equities market buoyed by optimism over the global economic recovery on positive US labour data and its faster-than-anticipated covid-19 vaccination roll-out plans.

Copper price crashes through $4 as bull case fades

Mining News Pro - Copper prices fell to their lowest in more than two weeks, as a stronger US dollar made greenback-priced metals more expensive to holders of other currencies.

Copper price rally is catching the eye of politicians

Mining News Pro - If three’s a trend, then copper producers awash with cash after a doubling of prices are entering the next phase of the cycle: increased fiscal pressure from their host nations.

Australian copper production declines in 2020

Mining News Pro - The International Copper Study Group (ICSG) has found that global copper mine production remained stable in 2020 despite production declines in Australia.

Funds take the money and run as copper rally stalls

Mining News Pro - Funds have slashed their collective bullish bets on higher copper prices as the sizzling rally shows signs of stalling.

Understanding how porphyry-type copper deposits are formed may lead to new resources

Mining News Pro - Researchers from the University of Exeter, the British Geological Survey and the University of Surrey published a study that addresses the missing link in models that explain the formation of porphyry-type copper deposits.

The world will need 10 million tonnes more copper to meet demand

Mining News Pro - Within a decade, the world may face a massive shortfall of what’s arguably the most critical metal for global economies: copper.

Chile`s world-leading copper industry rejects lawmaker bid to hike taxes

Mining News Pro - Chile`s sprawling copper industry has hit its limit in terms of tax burden, a senior industry executive told Reuters on Wednesday, warning lawmakers against a hike in royalties to take advantage of soaring global prices.

Southern Copper to invest $8bn in Peruvian projects

Mining News Pro - Peru’s La República newspaper reports that during the V Southern Mining Framework International Congress, Southern Copper announced that it will invest $8 billion in its different projects in the country, including Tía María.

Codelco sees copper demand rising, prices strong for 3-4 years

Mining News Pro - Chile’s Codelco, the world’s top copper producer, sees demand for copper continuing to rise through the next three to four years, and believes the price of the red metal is likely to hover at $3 or more per pound, board chairman Juan Benavides said on Friday.

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