China will encourage listing of leading futures firms, to issue futures law

Mining News Pro - China will help leading futures companies to speed up their development and encourage qualified firms to be listed, the China Futures Association said in a statement, citing an official from the securities regulator.

Guinea junta leader names Savane to top mining ministry post

Mining News Pro - Guinea’s Interim President Col. Mamadi Doumbouya appointed Mohamed Lamine Sy Savane as secretary general of the Ministry of Mines and Geology, state-broadcaster Radio Television Guineenne said late Saturday.

What G-20 leaders agreed on coal, methane, net-zero

Mining News Pro - Climate negotiators at the COP26 summit were banking on the world’s most powerful leaders to give them a boost before they embark on two weeks of fraught discussions over who should do what to slow the rise in global temperatures.

LaRonde, Meliadine lead Agnico Eagle to record quarterly gold output

Mining News Pro - Agnico Eagle Mines has reported third-quarter net income of $114.5 million and a dividend of $0.47 per share. This represented a drop of about half from the third quarter of 2020 when net income was $222.7 million.

Vulcan Energy accused of misleading investors with positive PFS

Mining News Pro - Vulcan Energy Resources is alleged to have misled investors by issuing a positive pre-feasibility study (PFS) with key assumptions provided by consulting companies owned by management, according to a new report from US-based short-seller J Capital Research.

Bellevue leading push for greener gold

Mining News Pro - Bellevue Gold has set a carbon-neutral target for 2026, outlining multiple mining practices and renewable energy use to achieve its ambitious goals.

‘Very tight’ copper belies market turmoil, industry leader says

Mining News Pro - As investors weigh swirling macro-economic factors, market fundamentals for copper — a key metal in global construction and transportation — remain solid, according to an industry veteran.

AusIMM scholarships help develop future leaders

Mining News Pro - Australian students with a passion for the mining sector are urged to apply for the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy’s (AusIMM) 2022 Education Endowment Fund (EEF) scholarships.

Queensland leaders forced to focus on workers

Mining News Pro - Queensland’s resources sector has rated skilled employee retention as a top priority, just 12 months after it was bottom of the list for most industry leaders, a new report shows.

Industry leaders challenge electric mine design

Mining News Pro - Major miners including OZ Minerals, IGO, South 32, Blackstone Minerals and Evolution Mining have launched the Electric Mine Simulation (EMS) challenge, encouraging innovators to present new electrification solutions for the mining industry.

Global lead production to recover by 4.6% this year

Mining News Pro - Global lead production is forecast by data analytics and consulting company GlobaData to recover by 4.6% and reach 4.69-million tonnes this year owing to increased output from mines in China (+3.3%) and Peru (+9.9%).

Further funding cuts lead times for QLD exploration

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Government has awarded 16 companies with a share in over $2.5 million for the fifth round of its Collaborative Exploration Initiative (CEI).

Old economy recharges lead market

Mining News Pro - Tesla intends to replace the traditional lead-acid auxiliary batteries in its Model S and X electric vehicles with lithium-ion alternatives in a revamp of the two models.

De Beers pleads guilty to failing to report mercury monitoring results at Victor mine

Mining News Pro - In a resolution to a years-long dispute, De Beers Canada has plead guilty to one count of failing to report annual mercury monitoring results for the G2 station at Victor mine in 2014 as required under the mine’s Certificate of Approval.

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.

VW boss slams G7 leaders for not setting coal phase-out date

Mining News Pro - Volkswagen’s chief executive has taken aim at leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) for failing to set a firm date to phase out coal power and rejecting a proposal to halt the production of diesel and gas cars.

Peru copper output at risk as leftist Castillo leads in presidential election

Mining News Pro - Peru, the world’s second largest copper producing country, could see mining output decrease as socialist candidate Pedro Castillo emerges as the winner of the presidential elections, with 99.6% of the votes already counted.

Glencore leads miners in cobalt blockchain pilot

Mining News Pro - Mining and commodities trader Glencore (LON: GLEN) has joined forces with battery material supplier Umicore and other major miners to trace the cobalt they produce and use using blockchain technology.

Canada has “right ingredients” to be EV battery leader

Mining News Pro - Canada has a “once-in-generation” opportunity to establish itself as a major player in the global battery sector, but it needs to act fast to seize the opportunity, a new report reflecting the views of stakeholders across the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain shows.

De Beers overtakes Newmont to lead ESG ranking of global miners

Mining News Pro - The world’s biggest diamond producer may not be the first name that comes to mind in a ranking of top environmental, social and governance (ESG) performers. But that’s what the latest industry survey revealed.

De Beers overtakes Newmont to lead ESG ranking of global miners

Mining News Pro - The world’s biggest diamond producer may not be the first name that comes to mind in a ranking of top ESG performers. But that’s what the latest industry survey revealed.

Glencore agrees to take over Weser-Metall lead plant

Mining News Pro - Glencore has agreed to take over insolvent German lead producer Weser-Metall via a new company named Nordenham Metall GmbH, the commodities group and local government said in a joint statement.

Understanding how porphyry-type copper deposits are formed may lead to new resources

Mining News Pro - Researchers from the University of Exeter, the British Geological Survey and the University of Surrey published a study that addresses the missing link in models that explain the formation of porphyry-type copper deposits.

Chile`s world-leading copper industry rejects lawmaker bid to hike taxes

Mining News Pro - Chile`s sprawling copper industry has hit its limit in terms of tax burden, a senior industry executive told Reuters on Wednesday, warning lawmakers against a hike in royalties to take advantage of soaring global prices.

Anti-dumping investigation could lead to higher costs for European steelmakers

Mining News Pro - European steelmakers using electric arc furnaces (EAFs) could see higher costs in their production lines as a result of a recent skirmish between Chinese exporters of synthetic graphite electrodes and Europe-based manufacturers.

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