Voisey’s Bay mine wins Miner of the Year

Mining News Pro - The Newfoundland and Labrador Branch of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) has awarded Vale its Miner of the Year designation for Vale’s Voisey’s Bay nickel operation 30 km southwest of Nain, Labrador.

South Australia extends mineral exploration co-financing initiative

Mining News Pro - The Government of South Australia announced that it has extended its Accelerated Discovery Initiative (ADI) until 2025, committing another $11.5 million to the program.

US adds nickel, zinc to critical minerals list

Mining News Pro - Nickel and zinc are now deemed critical minerals by the United States.

Indonesian miner to employ next-generation nickel extraction technology

Mining News Pro - British company Altilium Group and PT Indo Mineral Research, a member of the Sebuku Group – one of Indonesia’s largest mining groups – signed a deal to commit financial, technical and logistical resources to accelerate the adoption of the DNi Process in Indonesia.

Peru has yet to decide how much to hike takes on miners

Mining News Pro - Peru’s left-wing government has yet to decide exactly how it will hike taxes on the mining sector, Finance Minister Pedro Francke said on Thursday, adding that International Monetary Fund advisers will take weeks to issue recommendations.

Greenland Minerals seeks clarity on new legislation to ban uranium mining

Mining News Pro - Greenland Minerals on Friday said it is seeking clarity on how Greenland’s new legislation to ban uranium mining and cease development of the Australian company’s Kuannersuit mine will modify approvals that have already been received.

UEC acquires Rosatom’s Uranium One assets, creating largest uranium miner in US

Mining News Pro - Uranium Energy on Tuesday entered into a definitive agreement to acquire all outstanding shares of Uranium One Americas Inc. (U1A) for a total purchase price of $112 million, comprising cash and the replacement of $19 million in reclamation bonding.

USGS seeking public comment on revised critical minerals list

Mining News Pro - The US Geological Survey announced on Monday it is seeking public comment by December 9 on a draft revised list of critical minerals. There are currently 50 minerals listed in this revised draft.

Digital atlas to boost Queensland mineral exploration

Mining News Pro - Explorers now have access to the latest 3D models and data to help find new economy minerals in Queensland’s Far North with the release of the North East Queensland Mineral Deposit Atlas.

Research improves major miners’ maintenance

Mining News Pro - The University of Western Australia (UWA) has worked in partnership with Curtin University, CSIRO, Alcoa, BHP and Roy Hill to improve the maintenance duties of large processing plants.

Sumitomo makes strategic investment in Kenorland Minerals

Mining News Pro - Kenorland Minerals announced Wednesday it has closed a C$5.2 million ($4.2m) strategic investment by Sumitomo Metal Mining Canada Ltd.

Africa’s crackdown on informal gold miners spreads to Mali

Mining News Pro - Mali is getting closer to bringing in new rules to better control artisanal gold mining and overtake South Africa as the continent’s second-biggest producer.

Australia plans to boost mineral discovery with new drill core research lab

Mining News Pro - Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, opened this week its Geoscience Drill Core Research Laboratory in Perth, a A$7-million facility that hosts a suite of advanced mineral characterization equipment specialized for drill core analysis and research.

Rio Tinto and USGS team up for Montana critical mineral hunt

Mining News Pro - Australian diversified major Rio Tinto has teamed up with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) to hunt for critical minerals beneath the Continental Divide near Montana’s Boulder Batholith.

Biggest US coal miner surges as global energy crisis boosts demand

Mining News Pro - The global energy crisis that’s fueling demand for coal boosted third-quarter results for Peabody Energy Corp., pushing up shares 17%.

No. 1 uranium miner backs physical fund in nod to robust demand

Mining News Pro - Kazatomprom, the world’s largest uranium miner, is backing a new uranium fund that aims to invest in the radioactive metal used to power nuclear reactors.

No. 1 uranium miner backs physical fund in nod to robust demand

Mining News Pro - Kazatomprom, the world’s largest uranium miner, is backing a new uranium fund that aims to invest in the radioactive metal used to power nuclear reactors.

Big miners reconsider Congo, Zambia risks as copper price surges

Mining News Pro - Major mining companies are looking to invest in countries they previously considered too risky, including Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia, propelled by a dwindling pipeline of big copper mines elsewhere and record-high prices.

South Africa needs to ramp up critical minerals exploration as world decarbonises

Mining News Pro - The South African mining sector can remain internationally competitive and support socioeconomic development only if it drives decarbonisation and adapts to the global shift in commodity demand towards minerals used in green sectors such as renewable electricity and electric vehicles (EVs), a new study shows.

Big miners reconsider Congo, Zambia risks as copper price surges

Mining News Pro - Major mining companies are looking to invest in countries they previously considered too risky, including Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia, propelled by a dwindling pipeline of big copper mines elsewhere and record-high prices.

Minerals Council South Africa developing 2050 Net Zero Action Plan

Mining News Pro - The Minerals Council South Africa is developing a Net Zero 2050 Action Plan and pathway towards achieving the goal of net zero greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions.

Lithium price jumps again as miners can’t keep up with battery boom

Mining News Pro - Lithium prices extended their year long rally as surging demand spurs a shortfall of the key battery material.b

Top miners doubt customers can match their zero-emissions target

Mining News Pro - The world’s top miners are confident they can eliminate emissions from their own operations by 2050, but aren’t yet sure their customers can do the same.

From minerals to beer, Congo finance minister hunts for cash

Mining News Pro - The Democratic Republic of Congo is intent on revisiting mining contracts, rescinding and reselling unused oil permits and boosting taxes on beer to fund its development plans, according to Nicolas Kazadi, the country’s finance minister.

Gold production from top miners to recover in H2

Mining News Pro - The collective production of the top 10 global gold producers is expected to recover by around 13.5% in H2 2021 compared with H1, should their 2021 production guidance all be met, according to a GlobalData report.

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