Chile copper miners cry foul as royalty bill advances to Senate

Mining News Pro - Chile's lower house of Congress approved on Thursday an opposition-led bill that would slap a progressive royalty on sales of copper as prices rise, sharply hiking taxes on the sprawling industry to pay for social programs during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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.

Battery metal rush pits miners against marine biologists

Mining News Pro - Controversial plans to mine the ocean floor face a key test this year when a United Nations body unveils rules that could spur the exploitation of hundreds of billions of dollars of battery metals.

Miners seek gold under the desert sands after Egypt changes rules

Mining News Pro - Mining companies awarded blocks in Egypt’s Eastern Desert are set to start exploring for gold under a legislative overhaul that seeks eventually to unlock vast untapped mineral resources.

China Moly to help small-scale cobalt miners

Mining News Pro - Cobalt and tungsten producer China Molybdenum and its Swiss-based trading arm, IXM, have joined a program that seeks to help artisanal and small-scale miners (ASM) become a responsibly-managed, viable source of battery metals.

Australia’s lithium miners bank on brighter times ahead as prices soar

Mining News Pro - Australian-listed lithium miners are preparing for better times ahead, filings showed this week, as they outlined expansion plans in the wake of soaring prices for the raw material used in electric vehicle batteries.

Australia`s lithium miners bank on brighter times ahead as prices soar

Mining News Pro - Australian-listed lithium miners are preparing for better times ahead, filings showed this week, as they outlined expansion plans in the wake of soaring prices for the raw material used in electric vehicle batteries.

Ecuador holds election closely watched by global miners

Mining News Pro - On April 11th, Ecuador will hold a presidential election that could have critical implications for the country’s nascent mining industry, though companies and analysts alike believe the two candidates facing each other in the second round will continue to support the sector.

Colombian authorities continue rescue efforts for 11 miners trapped inside flooded pit

Mining News Pro - Colombian authorities continue the rescue efforts to release 11 people that have been trapped since March 26 inside the pit of an unregulated gold operation located in the central Caldas department.

Miners welcome trade diversification

Mining News Pro - The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has welcomed a call by the Joint Standing Committee on Trade and Investment Growth for the need to diversify Australia’s trade base to reduce reliance on any one market.

1000 miners wanted in Qld

Mining News Pro - More than 1,000 resources jobs were currently available across Queensland, the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) said on Tuesday, proving that despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and commodity price fluctuations, the sector continued to hire staff.

Lithium miners are going to compete for new licences in Chile

Mining News Pro - Chile, the biggest supplier of lithium after Australia, has attracted interest from both established producers and smaller exploration companies to enter the country as it prepares to offer new licenses in a bid to grow output.

Two miners die in Polish coal mine

Mining News Pro - Two miners died in an accident at a coal mine owned by PGG, Poland`s biggest coal producer, in the southern city of Myslowice, the city`s mayor said on Thursday.

Resource nationalism surge spells rough times for miners

Mining News Pro - Resource nationalism has spiked in more than 30 countries over the last year and more than half of those nations are key producers of minerals and hydrocarbons, a new study reveals.

Rare earth, uranium miners benefit from EV mania and dash of ESG

Mining News Pro - Rare earth miners and uranium producers are reaping rewards from the flood of money pouring into electrification and ESG investing themes.

Miners swoop on rare earth opportunities

Mining News Pro - Australian miners are making moves on rare earths projects as the commodity gains momentum driven by demand from the electric vehicle (EV) market.

Africa`s miners and winemakers toast China`s row with Australia

Mining News Pro - For South African winemaker Vergenoegd Löw, the pandemic could have been a disaster but a bitter trade war between China and Australia has thrown the 325-year-old estate a lifeline.

Canadian miners show resilience amid pandemic

Mining News Pro - Canadian miners thrived in the last quarter of last year as the global industry began bouncing back from the pandemic-induced shutdown, EY’s latest Canadian Mining Eye index shows.

WA miners suspend FIFO flights until Friday

Mining News Pro - BHP and Fortescue Metals Group are among mining companies that have cancelled fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) flights to and from Perth during this week’s lockdown in Western Australia.

Australian lithium miners break out of doldrums as EV demand booms

Mining News Pro - Beleaguered Australian lithium miners showed the first signs of optimism in nearly three years this week, boosted by a recovery in electric vehicle (EV) demand led by China`s coronavirus response, company quarterly updates showed.

Zimbabwe miners say foreign-exchange rule could trigger crisis

Mining News Pro - Mining companies in Zimbabwe said a central-bank requirement compelling them to surrender more foreign exchange earned from mineral exports will push their operations to the brink.

Five green energy trends topping miners’ agendas in 2021

Mining News Pro - 2020 was the year that climate change became a dominant force for commodities as top mining companies and governments made ambitious net-zero commitments, Wood Mackenzie notes in its latest report.

Ten China gold miners confirmed dead after others rescued; one still missing

Mining News Pro - Rescuers searching for the remaining workers trapped in a Chinese gold mine after Sunday’s dramatic extraction of 11 survivors found nine bodies, a local official said on Monday, taking the death toll to 10, with one miner still missing.

Eleven trapped miners rescued in China after 14 days underground

Mining News Pro - Chinese rescuers pulled 11 gold miners to safety on Sunday with most of them in good condition after 14 days trapped underground after an explosion, but 10 colleagues were still unaccounted for, state media reported.

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