Investors with $41 trillion urge G7 to end support for fossil fuels

Mining News Pro - A group of 457 investors, which oversees more than $41 trillion in assets combined, and a coalition of group of 79 company CEOs are calling on the G7 — Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and US — to work harder on reducing greenhouse emissions and cut funding for fossil fuels.

World needs Congo copper to kick fossil fuels, Friedland says

Mining News Pro - An African nation emerging from decades of conflict and corruption holds the key to greening the global economy.

Chile output falls for 10th consecutive month, adding fuel to copper price rally

Mining News Pro - The world’s top copper producer Chile saw output of the red metal fall for the tenth consecutive month in March, government statistics agency INE said on Friday.

Iron ore price hits record high fuelled by structural supply shortage

Mining News Pro - Iron ore prices jumped to a fresh high on Monday, fuelled by structural supply shortage.

Energy Fuels team awarded additional $1.75m for rare earths feasibility study

Mining News Pro - Energy Fuels, and a team from Penn State University, has been awarded an additional $1.75-million from the US Department of Energy (DoE) Office of Fossil Energy and National Energy Technology Laboratory to complete a feasibility study on the production of rare earth element (REE) products from natural coal-based resources.

BHP to pioneer marine biofuel use in shipments

Mining News Pro - BHP has partnered with two European companies and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) to trial the first marine biofuel in an ocean-going vessel.

Singapore nickel trader’s lavish lifestyle allegedly fueled by $740m fraud

Mining News Pro - At 33, Ng Yu Zhi had all the trappings of a wildly successful trader: a Rolodex full of rich clients, a three-story villa in a posh Singapore neighborhood and a Pagani Huayra supercar reportedly worth more than $5 million.

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.

New fuel from plastic waste aims to replace fossil fuels in the marine industry

Mining News Pro - London-based Clean Planet Energy announced the creation of two new ultra-clean fuels manufactured to replace fossil fuels in the marine industry.

South African-developed fuel cell passing tests at Implats refinery

Mining News Pro - A South African-developed stationary hydrogen fuel cell is doing well as it is put through a testing phase at the Impala Platinum (Implats) refinery, group executive: refining and marketing Sifiso Sibiya has revealed.

Green hydrogen and powerfuels could revive ailing PetroSA, unlock green steel and create €160bn export platform

Mining News Pro - The combination of South Africa’s world-class wind, solar and land resources, its platinum group metals reserves, as well as its historical experience in industrial-scale synthetic-fuel manufacture, position the country strongly for the production of green hydrogen and tradeable synthetic powerfuels, a new report affirms.

Cobalt may substitute platinum in fuel cells

Mining News Pro - A team led by researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the United States designed a highly active catalyst that contains cobalt interspersed with nitrogen and carbon and, thus, doesn’t rely on platinum to spur the necessary chemical reaction.

Energy Fuels set to become rare earth producer in 2021

Mining News Pro - Energy Fuels has entered into a three-year supply agreement with The Chemours Company (NYSE: CC) to acquire a minimum of 2,500 tonnes per year of natural monazite sands, one of the highest-grade rare earth element (REE) minerals in the world.

BHP iron ore vessels to be fuelled by Shell LNG

Mining News Pro - BHP has awarded Shell a contract to fuel five Newcastlemax bulk carriers with LNG.

UK researchers launch $2 million project to study sulfur problem in biofuel production, reduce pollution

Mining News Pro - Sulfur found in biofuel feedstock poses serious problems to the industry, because it causes pollution, is toxic to the catalyst and corrosive to biorefinery equipment.

Energy Fuels produces REE concentrate at White Mesa

Mining News Pro - Uranium miner Energy Fuels on Tuesday announced a “major” milestone in US rare earth element (REE) production, with the company successfully producing REE concentrate at it White Mesa mill, near Blanding, Utah.

Total adds fuel-cell truck maker to alternative energy bets

Mining News Pro - Total is making an investment as part of a small funding round in US fuel-cell truck startup Hyzon Motors, an effort by the French oil giant to boost development of cleaner energy sources.

Uranium miner Energy Fuels becomes debt-free

Mining News Pro - US uranium producer Energy Fuels on Tuesday became debt-free, which president and CEO Mark Chalmers said distinguished the company not only from many of its peers in the uranium and natural resources sector, but also from many public companies in general.

Energy Fuels sees Trump order as sign of `tangible support` for uranium miners

Mining News Pro - US uranium and vanadium producer Energy Fuels has applauded President Donald Trump’s executive order declaring an emergency in the mining industry, describing it as a “major step towards providing tangible support" for producers and processors of critical minerals.

South Africa looks to mining industry to fuel covid-19 recovery

Mining News Pro - South Africa is banking on a rejuvenation of its flagging mining industry to help counter the economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus and a lockdown that was imposed to curb its spread.

$2.1bn Norilsk fuel spill claim points to growing ESG risks

Mining News Pro - The $2.1-billion environmental damage that Russia has claimed from major Norilsk Nickel (Nornickel) for a fuel spill in the Arctic indicates growing environmental, social and governance (ESG) financial exposure of commodity companies operating in the emerging markets, says Fitch Ratings.

BHP contracts EPS for LNG-fuelled shipping

Mining News Pro - BHP has awarded the world’s first LNG-fuelled Newcastlemax bulk carrier tender for the company’s chartered vessels along the Western Australia to China route.

Greenpeace condemns exploitation of yet another fossil fuel in South Africa

Mining News Pro - Commenting on the arrival of Total’s oil and gas drill rig DeepSea Stavanger in Cape Town on August 12, environmental organisation Greenpeace Africa says the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy “needs to get its story straight”.

Covid-19 may have accelerated peak fossil fuel demand ‘by more than a decade’

Mining News Pro - If the world economy fails to recover rapidly from the Covid-19 crisis and if efforts to curb emissions are moderately accelerated, it is possible that global fossil-fuel demand peaked in 2019, a new Boston Consulting Group (BCG) analysis shows.

Energy Fuels optimistic about US uranium developments

Mining News Pro - Uranium and rare earths elements (REE) company Energy Fuels CEO Mark Chalmers is optimistic that the proposed $1.5-billion to create a US uranium reserve will be funded and implemented, despite sometimes “slow and uneven” progress in the government.

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