Real environmental impact of nuclear power generation revealed

Mining News Pro - Researchers at Japan’s Ritsumeikan University analyzed the environmental impact of nuclear power generation through an unusual measure – the volume of resources extracted from the lithosphere during the life cycle of this process.

Germany warns of Lehman-like contagion from Russian gas cuts

Mining News Pro - Germany warned that Russia’s moves to slash Europe’s natural gas supplies risked sparking a collapse in energy markets, drawing a parallel to the role of Lehman Brothers in triggering the financial crisis.

US allots $74 million to critical minerals mapping

Mining News Pro - The US Department of the Interior has set aside more than $74 million to invest across 30 states in research and mapping of areas with potential for critical minerals, as the Biden administration seeks to strengthen key domestic supply chains.

The revolution in electric vehicles is changing mining

Mining News Pro - For decades, communities around the world have too often been betrayed by promises that mining would yield financial prosperity and return to them the landscape as good as it was found. Many have ended up with environmental destruction with very little benefit to show for it.

Samarco and creditors to go through mediation about debt restructuring

Mining News Pro - Brazilian miner Samarco Mineracao and its financial creditors will begin formal mediation about a consensus debt restructuring plan in a court in Minas Gerais, the bankruptcy judge decided on Tuesday, according to a document seen by Reuters.

Vale to spend $400 million in 2022 to remove tailings dams

Mining News Pro - Brazilian miner Vale SA expects to spend $400 million in 2022 to decommission its tailings dams, aiming to have 12 of its 30 structures eliminated by the end of the year, the company told Reuters on Tuesday.

More than $3 million in NT resource grants

Mining News Pro - The Northern Territory Government has more than doubled the projects awarded funding in the latest round of resource grants.

Tombola on fast track to gold production

Mining News Pro - Sydney-based gold explorer Tombola Gold has announced positive progress towards first gold production, with mining activities advancing well-ahead of schedule as the company fast tracks to first cash flow in 2022.

Alamos Gold kicks off production at new Mexican mine

Mining News Pro - Canadian miner Alamos Gold has begun production at its La Yaqui Grande mine in Mexico, following the completion of construction this month, slightly ahead of schedule.

Australia’s opposition party flags more ambitious emissions goal

Mining News Pro - Australian opposition leader Peter Dutton indicated his group will set a target before the next election for a bigger cut in emissions, but said that coal and gas should continue to be “a part of the mix.”

War derails plan to ditch coal after UK championed global cuts

Mining News Pro - When the COP26 climate talks concluded in November, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared the world had reached a point of no return in phasing out coal. At the same time, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba warned Europe that Russia was amassing forces near its border.

New Wyoming facility to boost extraction of REEs from coal

Mining News Pro - Companies and researchers developing asphalt, graphene, graphite, agricultural char, and carbon fibre and extracting rare earths from coal and coal byproducts, now have a 9.5-acre site to work on their innovations.

Codelco unions ready strike after troubled Chile smelter shuttered

Mining News Pro - Workers at Chilean state-owned miner Codelco, the world’s largest copper producer, said on Saturday they will start preparations for a national strike after the firm announced the closure of the troubled Ventanas smelter.

New monthly pellet production record for Sagan Steel Company

Mining News Pro - Sangan Steel set the highest record of monthly pellet production with 530 thousand tons in June.

22 percent increase in iron ore pellet production in Sangan Mining Complex

Mining News Pro - The production of iron ore pellet reached from 3.3 million tons in 2020 to more than 4 million tons in 2021.

41 percent surge in Sagan iron ore extraction

Mining News Pro - With the extraction of 18.4 million tons of iron ore in Sangan Complex during 2021, the performance in this mineral area increased by 41% compared to 2020.

Unfair rules, violates the protection of producers

Mining News Pro - Senior advisor of Sabanour Mining Companies believes that unfair rules needs correction because it violates the protection of mining producers, machinery companies and industrial companies.

Antofagasta sees full-year production at bottom end on Los Pelambres issues

Mining News Pro - Chilean miner Antofagasta said on Wednesday that expects full-year copper production to be at the bottom end of ts previous guidance of 660-690,000 tonnes, following operational issues at its flagship Los Pelambres mine in the home country.

Moody’s warns Chile constitution uncertainty could hit mining investment

Mining News Pro - Investment in Chile’s mining sector could face gridlock if political uncertainty over a new constitution is not resolved, ratings agency Moody’s said on Wednesday, a reflection of industry concerns in the world’s top copper producing nation.

Observing the projects’ progression in KSC

Mining News Pro - Chief executive visited the plants of Khuzestan Steel Company to observe the progression of their projects.

Total, Adani team up for multi-billion dollar Indian hydrogen plans

Mining News Pro - French oil giant TotalEnergies SE and Indian billionaire Gautam Adani’s conglomerate are partnering to fund billions of dollars worth of green hydrogen development in India as the world’s third-largest polluter seeks to decarbonize.

The development of steel industry and job creation is the priority of KSC

Mining News Pro - Chief executive of KSC mentioned that development of steel industry and job creation is the priority of this company.

New production record for KSC

Mining News Pro - Khuzestan Steel Company has set a new record for ingot and DRI production.

South African trade unions sign wage deal with Sibanye

Mining News Pro - Two South African trade unions have signed a three-year wage agreement with miner Sibanye Stillwater on June 11, one of the unions said on Sunday, removing the last hurdle to restarting operations at its gold mines in the country.

Canada to invest millions to cut emissions at BHP potash mine

Mining News Pro - Canada will announce a multi-million dollar investment on Monday to make the Jansen potash mine run by the globe’s largest listed miner, BHP Group, “the cleanest and most sustainable in the world,” a government source said on Sunday.

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