MKS PAMP first precious metals refinery to set SBTi-approved carbon emissions reduction targets

Mining News Pro - MKS PAMP, provider of financial and physical trading services and precious metals refinery, announced Wednesday that it is the first precious metals company in the world to have SBTi approved carbon emissions reduction targets, committing to a 1.5°C emissions reduction in line with the Paris Agreement.

How 12 key industries can cut emissions in line

Mining News Pro - Seven years after the 2015 Paris Agreement, a growing number of countries and companies have committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.

Steel industry emissions to decline 30% by 2050

Mining News Pro - Steel industry’s carbon emissions are expected to fall 30% by 2050 compared to 2021 levels, according to a new report by Wood Mackenzie.

Nickel, graphite make up half Tesla’s battery emissions

Mining News Pro - Elon Musk has on more than one occasion expressed concern about nickel availability, but Tesla’s headaches when it comes to nickel don’t end there.

Anglo American launches much anticipated hydrogen-powered zero-emission haul truck

Mining News Pro - Diversified miner Anglo American on May 6 launched a prototype of its first self-developed zero-emission hydrogen-powered mine haul truck, which was developed as part of its Future Smart Mining strategy.

Are the emissions targets of companies ambitious?

Mining News Pro - We analysed the emissions reduction targets of 1,138 companies to find out which are leading the way, and which are lagging on their commitments.

BHP to cut emissions by 30% with first LNG-powered bulk carrier

Mining News Pro - BHP has taken a key step towards its goal of reaching net-zero by 2050 after receiving the first of five LNG-powered carriers to transport iron ore from Australia’s Port Hedland to Asia.

Platinum catalyst may be the key to reducing methane emissions

Mining News Pro - Researchers at Iowa State University, Purdue University and Johns Hopkins University have found and tested a catalyst technology that appears to be safe and efficient to keep methane out of the atmosphere and make use of the greenhouse gas.

China vows to cut carbon emissions from aluminum smelters by 5% by 2025

Mining News Pro - China pledged to cut carbon emissions from aluminum smelters and reduce steel capacity under a five-year plan that adds some details on Beijing’s drive to reshape heavy industries.

How Congo could become low-cost, low-emissions producer of battery materials

Mining News Pro - In a report launched at the DRC-Africa Business Forum 2021 taking place this week in Kinshasa, BloombergNEF (BNEF) states that the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) could leverage its abundant cobalt resources and hydroelectric power to become a low-cost and low-emissions producer of lithium-ion battery cathode precursor materials.

Teck and Oldendorff team up to reduce supply chain CO2 emissions from BC port

Mining News Pro - Teck Resources and Oldendorff Carriers have announced an agreement to employ energy efficient bulk carriers for shipments of Teck steelmaking coal from the Port of Vancouver to international destinations to reduce CO2 emissions in the steelmaking coal supply chain.

Rio Tinto CEO says zero emissions path might not be clear until 2030

Mining News Pro - The chief executive officer of Rio Tinto Group, the world’s biggest iron ore miner, said it might take until the end of this decade before the company has a clear view on how it will become fully carbon neutral.

Top miners doubt customers can match their zero-emissions target

Mining News Pro - The world’s top miners are confident they can eliminate emissions from their own operations by 2050, but aren’t yet sure their customers can do the same.

Fortescue Metals to eliminate scope 3 emissions by 2040

Mining News Pro - Fortescue Metals Group, the world’s fourth largest iron ore producer, became on Tuesday the first major miner to commit to achieving net zero scope 3 emissions, those produced by its customers including steel makers, by 2040.

BHP, CAT strengthen alliance to develop zero-emission mining trucks

Mining News Pro - BHP and Caterpillar announced that they are accelerating the development and deployment of zero-emissions mining trucks at BHP sites to reduce operational greenhouse gas emissions.

Delaying emissions reduction will cost more down the line

Mining News Pro - Presidential Climate Commission (PCC) executive director Dr Crispian Olver says delaying South Africa’s transition away from coal will only add to the final adjustment costs and will also place the domestic business sector at a competitive disadvantage as other countries implement measures to restrict trade in carbon-intensive products.

Rio Tinto, BHP plug into Komatsu zero-emission haulage plans

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto and BHP have joined forces with Komatsu to create and commission zero-emission haulage solutions.

Carbon emissions to reach record levels in 2023 as stimulus spending fails to match net-zero ambition

Mining News Pro - The financial resources allocated by governments globally to clean-energy measures in response to the Covid-19 crisis currently represent only 2% of the $16-trillion in total fiscal support set aside for economic stimulus, the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) new Sustainable Recovery Tracker shows.

EU emissions tax threatens Australian exports

Mining News Pro - The European Union’s (EU) Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) has sparked debate among those concerned with Australia’s exports and carbon emission regulation.

Europe’s climate masterplan aims to slash emissions within a decade

Mining News Pro - The European Union is set to take the lead in climate policy action among the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitters this week, with a raft of ambitious plans designed to cut emissions drastically over the next decade.

Rio Tinto, POSCO join forces to cut steel sector emissions

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto and POSCO, South Korea’s largest steel producer, have inked a memorandum of understanding to jointly explore, develop and demonstrate technologies to speed-up transitioning to a low-carbon emission steel sector.

Coal sector standard seeks emissions and industry balance

Mining News Pro - The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is seeking public comment on its recently released exposure draft for the sector standard for coal.

RHI Magnesita and Calix Limited sign agreement to advance carbon emissions reduction in the refractory industry

Mining News Pro - RHI Magnesita, a global supplier of high-grade refractory products, systems and solutions, has announced that it has executed a Memorandum of Understanding with Australian technology company Calix Limited. The MOU covers the development of a Calix Flash Calciner for use in the production of refractory materials, which will enable CO2 separation for either utilisation or storage.

Gold miners need to get greener to meet 2030 emissions targets

Mining News Pro - The global gold industry* is broadly on track to align with a 2°C climate target by the end of the current decade. However, more action is required if the industry is to meet – and surpass – the 1.5°C mark, according to a new report from Wood Mackenzie.

Weak emission standards may lead Europe to risk €27bn in battery investments

Mining News Pro - An analysis published by the European Federation for Transport and Environment states that the EU and the UK risk wasting €27 billion in battery investments if they fail to strengthen car and van CO2 emission standards.

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