Aluminum near three-year high as disruptions tighten market

Mining News Pro - Aluminum traded near the highest level in more than three years as supply disruptions tightened the market.

Diamond sales at De Beers' Botswana unit rebound as global market recovers

Mining News Pro - De Beers' Botswana unit saw sales of rough diamonds rebound by 41% in the first half of 2021, driven by the reopening of key markets the United States and China, data from the Bank of Botswana showed on Thursday.

China’s imports are reshaping the global aluminum market

Mining News Pro - China imported a further 158,000 tonnes of primary aluminum in June, bringing the half-year tally to 744,000 tonnes.

Codelco lifts copper output in boost to tight market

Mining News Pro - Codelco’s sales surged last quarter as the world’s biggest copper supplier ramped up production just as rebounding economies sent prices of the metal to record highs.

Macmahon untroubled by labour market

Mining News Pro - Macmahon Holdings has signed three previously announced contracts, one new contract and largely avoided labour shortages which have plagued Australia’s mining industry.

Redox flow battery market expected to become multi-billion by 2031

Mining News Pro - A new report by IDTechEx states that the current trend of adoption of redox flow batteries (RFBs) should lead to a multi-billion market size in 2031.

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.

Nordgold postpones IPO, citing uncertainty in gold market

Mining News Pro - Following its announcement earlier this month of an initial public offering in London, along with a secondary listing in Moscow, Nordgold has now decided to postpone its potential multi-billion-dollar IPO.

Removing export restrictions helps prevent local market fluctuations

Mining News Pro - CEO of Esfahan Steel Company believes that removing export restrictions helps prevent local market fluctuations.

China considers price controls on surging coal market

Mining News Pro - China is considering imposing a cap on the price of thermal coal as it struggles to contain stubbornly high energy costs ahead of peak demand over the summer.

PPC Lime’s new owners to focus on developing markets, community wellbeing

Mining News Pro - The new owner of PPC Lime, Kgatelopele Lime, will focus on developing new markets for its product and expanding its customer base.

Venture Minerals to capitalise on strong iron ore market

Venture Minerals has started commissioning for its wet screening plant at the Riley iron ore mine in Tasmania.

Investors are stewarding gradual move to decarbonisation in emerging markets

Mining News Pro - Investment manager Old Mutual Investment Group responsible investment head Jon Duncan tells Mining Weekly that, while the mining industry cannot ignore the global climate change context, which in part is driving international divestment from the likes of coal miners Exxaro and Anglo American, the reality is that, locally, the decarbonisation debate is more nuanced and needs to consider the social challenges that threaten South Africa as a whole.

Comet Resources strengthens position in bubbling copper market

Mining News Pro - Comet Resources has finalised the acquisition of several copper assets from Bath Resources in the Northern Territory as prices surge for the base metal.

Perenti flags salary pressures in Australian market

Mining News Pro - Perenti Global managing director and chief executive officer Mark Norwell has revealed that demand for Australian workers is putting pressure on company costs due to increased wages.

Magnet rare earth oxides market to increase fivefold by 2030

Mining News Pro - A new report by Adamas Intelligence states that the market for magnet rare earth oxides is expected to increase fivefold by 2030 to $15.65 billion from the current $2.98 billion.

Barrick’s Bristow criticises resurgence of market-plaguing short-termism

Mining News Pro - The rise in the gold price has prompted a resurgence of the short-termism which has plagued the market, with some investors focusing on short-term gains rather than sustainable growth, Barrick Gold CE Dr Mark Bristow said on Wednesday, when his company paid a quarterly dividend of 9c a share, on net earnings a share of 30c, for the three months to March 31. This will be topped up by a three-tranche return of capital distribution totalling $750-million through the course of the year, taking the per share yield based on yesterday’s closing share price to 3.5% for 2021.

Brazil's Vale, eyeing EV market, mulls base metal spinoff

Mining News Pro - Vale is "closely analyzing" a possible spinoff of its base metals division, Chief Executive Eduardo Bartolomeo said on Tuesday, a move that could help the company take advantage of increasing demand from electric car manufacturers.

Hammer taps capital markets

Junior Hammer Metals will raise A$5-million in a share placement to existing, as well as sophisticated and institutional investors.

Lynas CEO cautiously optimistic of market recovery

Mining News Pro - Lynas Rare Earths has enjoyed record-high rare earths prices during the March quarter as the market recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Whitehaven lowers coal guidance amid market pressure

Mining News Pro - Whitehaven Coal has maintained a shaken but steadying business through the March quarter after being impacted by low seaborne coal prices and transport disruptions.

Nornickel to boost output of nickel products in Finland for EV battery market

Mining News Pro - Russian metals producer Nornickel said on Tuesday it will boost output of nickel products at its Harjavalta plant in Finland as it bets on the expanding market for battery materials needed for electric vehicles (EV).

Canadian Manganese aims to tap into growing battery metals market

Mining News Pro - Mineral developer Canadian Manganese Company (CMC) on Friday announced an agreement with Maximos Metals as part of its vision to create a new technology metals company

Tungsten producers may have to look at new markets

Mining News Pro - A new report by Roskill states that the possible uptake of electric vehicles over internal combustion engines may mean tungsten prices and consumption in the automotive sector never recover to 2017 levels.

Northern Minerals rare earths to hit export market

Mining News Pro - Northern Minerals is set to deliver heavy rare earth carbonate from the Browns Range mine in Western Australia to thyssenkrupp, as it bounces back from COVID-19 challenges.

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