Mosaic cuts back production at Colonsay potash mine

Mining News Pro - The company’s move contrasts with the position of other potash companies, including Canada’s Nutrien (TSX, NYSE: NTR), the world’s largest producer of the fertilizer ingredient.

JPMorgan helps MineSense raise $42m to close copper gap

Mining News Pro - The privately-held firm specializes in data-driven solutions that improve ore grade control, operational profitability and carbon intensity across the metals mining industry, with focus on the copper sector.

Sigma Lithium secures $100 million for Brazil mine expansion

Mining News Pro - The Canadian miner said the debt-financing deal extends until August 2023, which gives it enough time to ramp up production at Grota do Cirilo, one of the largest hard rock lithium deposits in the Americas.

Environmental and human rights assessment of Rio Tinto’s former Panguna copper mine begins

Mining News Pro -The Panguna mine was operated by BCL, majority-owned by Rio Tinto, for 17 years from 1972 until 1989, when operations were suspended due to an uprising against the mine and subsequent civil war. A peace agreement was signed in 2001.

Crypto miners in Russia capitalize on the bear market by hoarding ASIC devices

Mining News Pro - Miners in Russia have likely been increasingly buying crypto ASICs due to reduced prices of mining devices as well as low-cost energy.

Hundreds of workers evacuated from WA mine site after fire

Mining News Pro - Hundreds of workers have been evacuated from a mine site in Western Australia after its power station burnt down.

Brazil to let private sector mine for uranium

Mining News Pro - The proposed amendment must now be approved by the senate by December 9, otherwise it loses validity.

Las Bambas mine resumes copper output; transportation still halted

Mining News Pro - Las Bambas had reduced its operations to 30% of its usual capacity earlier this month due to the protests.

BHP averts strike at world’s biggest copper mine

Mining News Pro - The deal, which was subject to vote, came after days of negotiations with union representatives, who had called for a strike on November 21 and 23 due to multiple “non-compliances, infractions and violations” allegedly committed by BHP.

UK, South Africa seek deeper cooperation on critical minerals

Mining News Pro - South Africa is responsible for 60% of the global manganese supply, 75% of the platinum supply and 40% of the palladium supply. It also produces or has the potential to produce, vanadium, nickel, cobalt and rare earth elements.

Tech start-ups tap into Australian minerals sector’s need to decarbonise

Mining News Pro - Founder of energy-saver Plotlogic says industry is ‘posturing’ over plans to be more efficient

Tanzanians sue Canada’s Barrick Gold over alleged abuses at mine

Mining News Pro - Tanzanian villagers accuse Canadian mining giant of being complicit in killings and torture at the North Mara gold mine.

European consortium gets €12.3m to develop mine management system

Mining News Pro - The ultimate goal behind the new system is to reduce Europe’s dependence on imported minerals and metals used to produce everything from mobile phones, to renewable energy, and modern defence equipment.

Australia court blocks giant coal mine on human rights grounds

Mining News Pro - The Galilee Coal Project would add 1.58 billion tons of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere over its lifespan — more than triple Australia’s annual domestic emissions — and impact the human rights of future generations, the Queensland Land Court ruled on Friday.

BHP tries to avert strike at Escondida copper mine in Chile

Mining News Pro - The deal with Sindicato 1, which represents more than 2,000 workers, must still be approved by members of the union, which have been called to vote on it Monday.

Canada rejects Arctic mine expansion project after years of fierce protest

Mining News Pro - Community members and campaigners have hailed the move as a win for vulnerable marine ecosystem and wildlife

Justin Trudeau asks Gabriel Boric for insights on Canadian miners’ behaviour in Chile

Mining News Pro - The Chilean head of state also pointed out that his country maintains a trusting relationship with Canada and that all he asks from foreign investors is to act as they would in their countries of origin.

DR Congo town set to 'disappear' as mines expand

Mining News Pro - The Chinese-owned mine wants to expand, and many of Mutombo's fellow residents have taken buy-outs.

Rio Tinto launches long-awaited Gudai-Darri mine

Mining News Pro - Nnamdi Anyadike asks if the first ore delivery from Rio Tinto’s Gudai-Darri iron mine could launch a new phase of automated mining at its sites across Western Australia.

Minister denies Baffinland Iron Mines expansion in Nunavut

Mining News Pro - After four years of consultations and deliberations, the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) rejected the miner’s request to more than double output to 12 million tonnes a year, to eventually reach 30 million tonnes annually.

OZ Minerals backs BHP’s improved $6.5 billion offer

Mining News Pro - In what could be the largest mining deal in Australia in 11 years, BHP made a new cash offer of A$28.25 per share on Friday that was 13% higher than a A$25 per share proposal rejected in early August as “opportunistic” and undervalued.

Search for Minerals Increases Interest in Deep-Sea Mining

Mining News Pro - Scientists, lawyers and government officials are meeting until November 11 in Jamaica to discuss the issue. The International Seabed Authority, (ISA), an independent group created by a United Nations treaty, organized the meeting.

Escondida mine workers announce strike amid labor demands

Mining News Pro - Union members will stop operations in all their shifts during the strike but will provide minimum services, Sindicato 1, which represents more than 2,000 workers, said in a statement.

Oz Minerals shares halted pending potential control change

Mining News Pro - BHP’s initial offer for Oz Minerals was for A$25 a share. The company’s shares closed at A$26.30 in Sydney on Tuesday.

Carmakers switch to direct deals with miners to power electric vehicles

Mining News Pro - The International Energy Agency forecasts that soaring EV battery demand will require 50 new lithium projects, 60 nickel mines and 17 cobalt developments by 2030, a huge challenge for an industry that typically takes 15 years or more to develop a project.

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