Canada to ban thermal coal exports by 2030

Mining News Pro - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada will stop exporting thermal coal by 2030 at the latest as part of the country’s plans to support the global phase-out of the fossil fuel in favour of cleaner alternatives.

Botswana delivers first iron ore exports to China

Mining News Pro - Botswana’s first iron ore mine, Ikongwe, has started production and delivered its maiden exports to China, a company official told Reuters on Tuesday, as the Southern African country makes headway in efforts to diversify its economy away from diamonds.

Indonesia plans to ‘hit the brakes’ on raw commodity exports

Mining News Pro - Indonesia is planning to “hit the brakes” on the export of all raw commodities in an effort to attract investment in onshore resource processing and create jobs, President Joko Widodo said on Tuesday.

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.

Resources exports projected to reach new record

Mining News Pro - The Resources and Energy Quarterly for the June quarter forecasts that export earnings for the 2020-21 financial year will reach a record $310 billion, with the highest-ever shipments of iron ore and a coal bounce-back expected.

QLD to grow resources exports to Korea, South Asia

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Government plans to expand the reach of its mineral exports into the Korean and South Asian markets following the appointment of new trade commissioners.

Australian coal exports survive, adapt, overcome

Mining News Pro - Australian coal exports have continued to steadily rise in value since overcoming China’s ban on the commodity last year, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has revealed.

Pilbara Ports Authority retains strong iron ore exports

Mining News Pro - Western Australia’s Pilbara Ports Authority has maintained strong iron ore shipments from Port Hedland during April as prices have surged.

Iron-ore exports beat records in March

Mining News Pro - Australia’s iron-ore exports reached a record A$14-billion in March this year, up from the A$9.2-billion reported in the same period last year, new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics has shown.

Fortescue exports 1.5bn tonnes of iron ore

Mining News Pro - Fortescue Metals Group has shipped more than 1.5 billion tonnes of iron ore from its Pilbara operations since 2003, reaching the milestone three years after hitting its billionth tonne from Port Hedland.

March exports to China at record level

Mining News Pro - Australia has recorded its highest ever monthly exports to China in March with $US13.2 ($17.26 billion) billion worth of goods headed to the country.

Resources and energy exports set records

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Resources and Energy quarterly report has predicted a record $296 billion in exports for the 2020-21 financial year as the likes of iron ore and gold overcome the impact of COVID-19.

Iron ore exports sink in January

Mining News Pro - Australia’s iron ore exports have declined following port shutdowns in Port Hedland due to cyclone concerns, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data.

China may ban rare earth technology exports on security concerns

Mining News Pro - China may ban the export of rare-earths refining technology to countries or companies it deems as a threat on state security concerns, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Port Hedland kickstarts LNG transition for iron ore exports

Mining News Pro - The Port of Port Hedland in Western Australia has docked its first LNG-fuelled vessel to commence a focus on lower emissions in the maritime industry.

Covid recovery boosts Aus exports

Mining News Pro - The outlook for Australia’s resource and energy exports has improved over the past three months, as global economic activity rebounds from the Covid-19 pandemic, with resources and energy exports to remain robust after earning a record A$291-billion in 2019/20, federal Resources Minister Keith Pitt said in December.

ESCO’s good performance in non-oil exports

Mining News Pro - ESCO’s performance in non-oil exports and return of exchange resources was remarkable so far this year and according to the chief executive, they could reach the capacity of 3.5 million tons of steel this year.

Pilbara Ports Authority enhancements improve iron ore exports

Mining News Pro - Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) has credited upgrades in infrastructure and technology for growing iron ore shipments from its ports.

ESCO on the way to increasing production and exports

Mining News Pro - Chief executive of ESCO said that the company intends to launch its blast furnace in the founding anniversary next month.

Strandline secures port access for Coburn exports

Strandline Resources has received permission to export its mineral sands products from the Coburn project in Western Australia via the Port of Geraldton.

Biden better for Canadian resource exports

Mining News Pro - There is little doubt among industry associations, the Conference Board of Canada and C.D. Howe Institute that a Joe Biden White House will be better for Canadian resource and energy exporters – even Alberta’s beleaguered oil industry, despite Biden’s promise to kill the Keystone XL pipeline.

Argentina mining exports to drop by 25% in 2020

Mining News Pro - Argentina mining exports are expected to dip by 25% this year after activity ground to a halt under one of the strictest coronavirus lockdowns in the world, officials said on Thursday.

Up to 30% of chrome ore exports to China can be displaced if export tax proceeds

Mining News Pro - Further to a statement released earlier this week, chrome producer organisation ChromeSA has explained the evidential rationale behind its dismay at Cabinet’s proposed export tax on chrome ore.

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ESCO exports half of its products

Mining News Pro - ESCO’s deputy of exploitation believes that despite the global sanctions, half of the company’s products are being exported and that is the reason for considering the national standards.

Aurizon forecasts China blow to Australian coal exports

Mining News Pro - Aurizon managing director and chief executive officer Andrew Harding expects that a Chinese decline in coal imports will continue.

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