Mining metals without a shovel in sight

Mining News Pro - Researchers have developed a technique for extracting precious metals from hard rock ore without digging.

Australia announces A$100m commitment to junior mining exploration

Mining News Pro - Australian Resources Minister Keith Pitt on Wednesday announced a A$100-million funding boost for exploration, extending the junior minerals exploration incentive (JMEI) for another four years in a move to attract new investors.

Mining sector key to kickstarting hydrogen industry

Mining News Pro - Hydrogen is set to play a key role in achieving carbon-neutral mining, an industry that is being touted as a key enabler of the global hydrogen industry, Engie Impact consultant Jasper Schrijvers said during a virtual presentation at this year’s Energy & Mines Africa conference.

Clean energy transition could bottleneck mining supply chains

Mining News Pro - KPMG has encouraged a larger focus on securing the supply of resources needed for the world’s clean energy transition.

Epiroc acquires mining software company

Mining News Pro - Epiroc has acquired MineRP to improve mine productivity and efficiencies through multiple data streams.

World’s top miner warns against Chile’s mining tax

Mining News Pro - The world’s top miner BHP said a proposed royalty on copper and lithium sales being discussed by lawmakers in Chile risks making international miners wary of investing in new projects or expanding existing mines to meet growing demand for both metals.

Anglo American CEO: “45% of the world’s economic activity is driven by the mining sector”

Mining News Pro - Tasked with talking about the role of mining in society as part of the opening plenary at this year’s virtual CIM convention, Anglo American (LSE: AAL) chief executive Mark Cutifani didn’t mince words.

2018 Mining Charter review application being heard this week

Mining News Pro - The application for the judicial review and setting aside of certain clauses of the 2018 Mining Charter, brought by mining industry organisation the Minerals Council South Africa in March 2019, is scheduled to be heard from May 3 to 6.

BHP’s Mt. Arthur bind illustrates mining’s coal dilemma

Mining News Pro - As BHP Group looks at options to spin off or sell its thermal coal assets, the miner is facing pressure from climate-conscious investors who want divergent paths and that’s even before getting to the tough task of finding a buyer.

Two charts show why investors are right to love mining streaming companies

Mining News Pro - New study says streaming and royalty financing deal flow will grow significantly over the next decade, move beyond the gold and silver market and expand outside the Americas.

Deep-sea mining tests resume as lost robot rescued

Belgium’s Global Sea Mineral Resources (GSR) resume tests on Friday that could lead to the mining of battery minerals from the Pacific Ocean floor after it managed to recover a robot stranded at a depth of thousands of metres.

Foran Mining wants to develop world’s first carbon-neutral copper project

Mining News Pro - Foran Mining Corporation’s McIlvenna Bay deposit in Saskatchewan, Canada, may become the world’s first carbon-neutral copper development project.

Rudd doubles down on defunct mining super profits tax

Mining News Pro - Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has singled out BHP, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals Group for a proposed super profits tax payment.

Empowered Ntsimbintle strengthens standing in manganese mining

Mining News Pro - Mining investment company Ntsimbintle Holdings has acquired a further 13.8% stake in Jupiter Mines, making it the Australian-listed miner’s largest shareholder, with a total holding of 19.9% and entrenching its position in manganese mining at Tshipi é Ntle Manganese Mining's mine in the Northern Cape.

Northern Star overhauls WA mining fleet

Northern Star Resources is continuing to improve the quality of its mining fleet in Western Australia, including at the Super Pit gold mine.

ScoMo stands behind mining’s decarbonisation efforts

Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison is determined to push the country towards a net zero economy by 2050 without sacrificing “traditional industries in regional Australia”.

Mining association says Canada’s rare earth support too modest to displace reliance on China

Mining News Pro - The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has welcomed several expanded and refined measures proposed in the 2021 federal Budget to support the establishment and growth of a domestic battery supply chain, but CEO Pierre Gratton said specific support targeting rare earth elements (REEs) was too modest and was insufficient to displace reliance on China.

Empowered company strengthens standing in manganese mining

Mining investment company Ntsimbintle Holdings has acquired a further 13.8% stake in Jupiter Mines, making it the Australian-listed miner’s largest shareholder, with a total holding of 19.9% and entrenching its position in manganese mining at Tshipi é Ntle Manganese Mining's mine in the Northern Cape.

Chilean mining city of Calama rocked by blast at explosives factory

Mining News Pro - A large blast rocked the northern Chilean mining city of Calama on Friday afternoon following an explosion in a storage warehouse belonging to Enaex , which produces explosives for the mining industry.

Mining operations must be sustainable

Mining News Pro - The Commission on Human Rights on Saturday called for compliance with Human Rights-Based Approaches “as part of sustainable development efforts in the utilization of natural resources.”

B2Gold commissions world`s largest off-grid solar plants for the mining industry

Mining News Pro - B2Gold, a low-cost international senior gold producer headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, announced the commissioning of an off-grid hybrid solar-battery system at Fekola in southwest Mali, one of the world’s biggest gold mines.

Hydra Consortium wants heavy-duty mining equipment to run on renewable hydrogen

Mining News Pro - Mining3, a research organization focused on the mining industry, and Engie, a global player in low-carbon energy, announced the starting of operations of the Hydra Consortium, a joint effort aimed at promoting the use of hydrogen fuel cell-based powertrain for heavy-duty mobility within the mining sector.

Peru candidate seeks bigger cut from mining, not state control

Mining News Pro - The first-round winner of Peru’s presidential election wants to renegotiate mining contracts rather than seize assets, said a party official, in comments that may ease concerns in the world’s second-biggest copper industry.

Mining investor TechMet closes second funding round at $120m

Mining News Pro - Mining investment firm TechMet, which counts the US government as its largest investor, said on Thursday it had closed its second round of funding at $120-million, roughly 50% higher than initially expected.

Mining firms reshape boardrooms as investors demand sustainability

Mining News Pro - Under fire after a string of high-profile disasters, mining firms are shaking up their boardrooms in response to criticism that they are failing to meet their own environmental, social, and governance standards.

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