OZ Minerals accelerates extraction evolution

Mining News Pro - OZ Minerals has facilitated its Ingenious Extraction Challenge to discover new ways to extract metals, allowing 60 submissions to compete for experiment funding.

Canada’s Coal Association responds to Ottawa’s thermal coal mine ban

Mining News Pro - The Coal Association of Canada says Ottawa’s recent ban on new thermal coal mining projects or plans to expand existing mines on environmental damage grounds will lead to the market gap left being filled with inferior-quality coal from elsewhere.

Serbia to become Europe’s no. 2 copper producer thanks to Cukaru Peki mine

Mining News Pro - China-backed Serbia Zijin Mining, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zijin, has obtained a permit from the Serbian government to start mining activities at the Cukaru Peki copper and gold mine, part of the Timok project, in the country’s east.

Fire at Kinross Gold’s Tasiast mine suspends milling operations

Mining News Pro - A June 15th fire at Kinross Gold’s Tasiast mine in Mauritania has shut down the mill while investigating its cause is underway.

Mexico says Canadian mine in Sinaloa on track to reopen

Mining News Pro - Mexico’s government said on Tuesday a mine run by Canadian firm Americas Gold and Silver Corp in Cosala in the northern state of Sinaloa is on track to reopen after a longstanding labor dispute.

Brazil to deploy special force to protect the Yanomami from wildcat gold miners

Mining News Pro - The Brazilian government on Monday authorized the employment of the National Security Force (FNS) to protect the Yanomami indigenous people and their reservation lands for 90 days in the northern state of Roraima bordering Venezuela.

Members of Vale Sudbury nickel miners’ union reject new offer

Mining News Pro - Members of a union representing striking workers from Vale SA’s Sudbury, Canada, nickel mine have rejected the Brazilian company’s latest offer, urging it to commit to “good-faith” talks to settle the strike.

Juno Minerals on track for hematite mine start

Mining News Pro - Juno Minerals has released tenders for contract mining services at the Mount Mason hematite project in Western Australia, ahead of its commencement of operations early next year.

Macarthur Minerals looks to Infinity and beyond

Mining News Pro - Macarthur Minerals (MIO) will focus on the production of its iron ore resources following a plan to spin out its Pilbara-based gold and copper assets to subsidiary Infinity Mining.

Sky-high coal prices won’t spur new mines in a greener world

Mining News Pro - The highest coal prices in years aren’t enough to spur investment in new mines in the face of heightened efforts by governments and financial institutions to get the world to abandon the dirtiest fossil fuel.

Nature-related financial risk opens new can of worms for miners

Mining News Pro - Global miners, already under pressure to reduce carbon emission and report climate change-related risks, will now have cover a whole new spectrum of issues related to corporate environmental performance, with the launch today of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures, or TNFD.

Miners should target smaller deposits for clean energy era, says PwC

Mining News Pro - The world’s biggest miners should consider developing smaller deposits to make the most of the commodities expected to be in demand during the transition to cleaner energy production, a report on Wednesday said.

Vale to pay $2.5bn to settle liabilities in Mozambique mine corridor

Mining News Pro - Vale SA will settle in advance liabilities of around $2.5 billion related to the project finance for the Nacala logistic corridor (CLN) that serves a coal mine in Mozambique, the company said in a securities filing on Tuesday.

Funds flood into Australian battery mineral explorers

Mining News Pro - Australian minerals explorers have raised the most cash in nearly a decade as investors rush into gold as well as lithium and copper explorers expected to boom in the global energy transition, a report by advisor BDO showed on Tuesday.

Scientists find way to mine lithium from the ocean

Mining News Pro - Researchers have developed an effective method to cost-effectively extract lithium from seawater at a purity of 99.94 per cent while also creating freshwater.

Workers again block rail line supplying Colombia coal miner Cerrejon

Mining News Pro - Former workers have again blocked Colombian coal miner Cerrejon’s rail line, the company said on Thursday, the latest protest to recently affect the beleaguered miner’s operations.

RMI unveils set of rules to help miners fulfill ESG expectations

Mining News Pro - US-based Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), multi-industry initiative focused on delivering guidelines and rules for better traceability and responsibility along the mineral supply chains, has launched an Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Standard to further improve conditions for workers, the environment and communities.

Anglo American flags restarts of Australian metallurgical coal mines

Mining News Pro - Anglo American said on Thursday that it has restarted underground mining at its Moranbah North coal mine in northern Queensland state after it withdrew its workforce from the mine following a reading of elevated gases on Feb. 20.

Tesla eyes over $1 billion worth of Australian critical minerals a year

Mining News Pro - Electric cars giant Tesla said it expects to soon begin buying more than $1 billion a year of Australian lithium, nickel and other critical minerals for its batteries and engines.

Strike at BHP’s Chile copper mines continues, no end in sight

Mining News Pro - A strike by workers for BHP’s Escondida and Spence copper mines in Chile entered its fifth day on Monday, as the union awaited a decision by labor authorities over whether substitute workers the company called in are legal, a union leader told Reuters.

Centerra’s Kyrgyz units seek bankruptcy protection over Kumtor mine expropriation

Canada’s Centerra Gold (TSX: CG) announced late on Monday that its Kyrgyz subsidiaries have filed for bankruptcy in New York to protect investors and restructure the company, whose Kumtor gold mine was seized by the former soviet nation last month.

BHP is in talks with Nutrien on giant potash mine

Mining News Pro - BHP Group is in talks with Nutrien Ltd. about a potential partnership in its massive Canadian potash venture as the world’s biggest mining company moves closer to a final decision on the project.

MaxMine welcomes investment in data management solutions

Mining News Pro - MaxMine has sold a quarter of its business to Viburnum Funds to drive the evolution and growth of the data management and analytic solutions provider.

Updating decades-old minerals processing methods

Mining News Pro - Researchers from Aalto University in Finland have found a new environmentally-friendly method for increasing mineral recovery in minerals processing.

Peak Minerals acquires explorer to expand copper presence

Mining News Pro - Peak Minerals has signed an agreement to acquire privately listed explorer CU2 WA for $7.5 million to expand its copper foothold.

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