Silver-enhanced disinfectant has long-lasting effects against covid-19

Mining News Pro - Researchers at the University of Central Florida are using an engineered nanostructure called cerium oxide modified with small amounts of silver to produce a disinfectant that can continuously kill viruses on a surface for up to seven days.

Mining has helped Australia weather the COVID-19 storm

Mining News Pro - Federal Minister for Resources and Water Keith Pitt explores the strength of Australia’s pandemic-struck mining and resources sector.

Iron ore price sinks to 11-month low on covid recovery concerns

Mining News Pro - The iron ore price sank to an eleven-month low on Thursday amid concerns that the global economic recovery is stalling.

COVID Safe Commute Plan: Improving employee tracking and safety

Mining News Pro - Queensland remote worker management software company JESI has announced its Resources COVID Safe Commute Plan, a new technology platform that allows workers to digitally log their journeys to and from any geographic location.

OceanaGold resumes NZ mines as Covid restrictions ease

Mining News Pro - OceanaGold has resumed operations at the Macraes and Waihi mines, after the New Zealand government eased Covid-19 restrictions for all regions, except Auckland and Northland.

BHP kicking COVID goals at Mt Arthur

Mining News Pro - BHP has become the first company to roll out voluntary workplace vaccine delivery in the New South Wales resources sector, while the Mount Arthur coal mine administered 5000 rapid antigen tests.

Miners rattled by COVID rollercoaster

Mining News Pro - Workers in the mining sector are feeling more overworked and insecure in their industry than the rest of the nation, according to an employee sentiment survey from ELMO.

NRW excited by METS growth despite COVID-19 impact

Mining News Pro - NRW Holdings is excited by its METS capabilities going forward as the company makes its move into lithium and hydrogen energy sectors.

ABS shows jobs and earnings ride COVID turbulence

Mining News Pro - Employment and wages have shown promising signs in the mining industry, with a return to record total full-time earnings, according to an Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) report for May 2021.

COVID-19 scare temporarily shuts Boggabri mine

Mining News Pro - Idemitsu has confirmed a worker returned a positive COVID-19 test at its Boggabri coal mine in New South Wales, before further testing revealed the case was a false positive.

Australian exploration shrugs off COVID-19

Mining News Pro - Gold and silver have attracted almost half of Australia’s exploration expenditure in the June quarter of 2021, according to a report from Austex.

Fortescue worker returns positive COVID-19 test

Mining News Pro - The Western Australian Department of Health has advised Fortescue Metals Group that a maintenance contractor at its Cloudbreak site has returned a weak positive test result for COVID-19.

High metal prices, covid-19 increase miners’ exposure to cyberattacks

Mining News Pro - As metal prices are hovering around all-time highs and mining companies are enjoying some of their best years with exceptional margins – a resilience that is expected to continue through 2021 – Fitch Solutions Country Risk & Industry Research published a report highlighting how this scenario increases the importance of cybersecurity defence in the mining industry.

​​Civil unrest in South Africa, covid-19 may push cobalt prices up

Mining News Pro - Civil unrest in South Africa, a third wave of covid-19 and supply curbs in the Democratic Republic of Congo may push cobalt prices up to $25 per pound through 2021 from the current average of $23.94 per pound, according to a new report published by Fastmarkets.

Copper price falls amid covid-19 worries

Mining News Pro - As tensions mount between China and the United States, automakers in the West are trying to reduce their reliance on a key driver of the electric vehicle revolution – permanent magnets, sometimes smaller than a pack of cards, that power electric engines.

Copper price falls amid covid-19 worries

Mining News Pro - The copper price fell on Monday as the dollar hovered near its highest levels in months, making greenback-priced metals more expensive and less appealing to holders of other currencies.

Strong gold and copper growth forecasts as covid disruptions subside

Mining News Pro - Worldwide gold and copper production growth will resume in all earnest following the stop-start nature of covid-19 disruption miners experienced at times during the past 18 months, two new reports by Fitch Country risk and Industry Research show.

Tanami COVID cluster grows as Darwin lockdown is extended

Mining News Pro - The COVID-19 cluster from Newmont Corporation’s Tanami gold mine in the Northern Territory has increased to seven active cases as Darwin entered its second day of lockdown.

Tanami COVID-19 outbreak prompts mass FIFO lockdown

Mining News Pro - The Northern Territory Government has put all mine workers who travelled to Alice Springs and Darwin into isolation following a COVID-19 outbreak at Newmont Corporation’s Tanami gold mine.

Diamond jewellery demand in US, China robust; India's demand affected by Covid-19 wave

Mining News Pro - Diamond miner De Beers continues to see "robust" demand for diamond jewellery in the key US and China consumer markets, says CEO Bruce Cleaver.

Chile covid cases surge dents Antofagasta copper output

Mining News Pro - Chilean miner Antofagasta (LON: ANTO) said on Wednesday copper production in the first quarter of 2021 fell 5.7% to 183,000 tonnes from the same period a year ago, as a recent and sharp spike in covid-19 cases takes its toll.

Antofagasta keeps guidance unchanged despite second Covid wave

Mining News Pro - Chilean copper miner Antofagasta has kept its guidance for the full year unchanged at between 730 000 t and 760 000 t, despite the country enduring a sharp uptick in Covid infections in recent weeks.

Resources sector, mining machinery demand strong despite COVID-19

Mining News Pro - COVID-19 has greatly impacted the Australian mining sector and the wider capital equipment industry. State lockdowns and the threat of COVID-19 forced many mining companies to make tough decisions regarding health screening and sanitisation, as well as face external pressures such as travel restrictions, fieldwork interruptions and contractual or joint venture obligations.

Ok Tedi deploys mass COVID-19 testing

Mining News Pro - Ok Tedi Mining has commissioned a mass COVID-19 testing program for its employees after announcing a two-week suspension of the Papua New Guinean (PNG) operation.

Ok Tedi suspends mine amid COVID-19 outbreak

Mining News Pro - Ok Tedi Mining has temporarily shut its copper-gold operations in Papua New Guinea following the country’s surge in COVID-19 cases and the ban on fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) travel between Australia.

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