Osisko Mining hits more bonanza grades at Windfall gold project in Québec

Mining News Pro - Still progressing with infill and expansion drilling at its 100% owned Windfall gold project, Osisko Mining has received more promising analytical results that would support its upcoming feasibility study, which is expected by year-end.

Sayona Mining delivers positive PFS for Quebec lithium project

Mining News Pro - Australian lithium producer Sayona Mining has published a positive pre‐feasibility study (PFS) for its flagship North American Lithium (NAL) project in Québec, confirming the NAL operation’s technical and financial viability over a 27-year mine life.

Peru president replaces mining minister as crisis escalates

Mining News Pro - Peru President Pedro Castillo replaced four ministers amid a mining and fertilizer crisis and after lawmakers presented motions to censure some members of the cabinet.

Can mining clean up its carbon footprint?

Mining News Pro - Mining remains one of the most energy-intensive industries in Australia. Can the industry clean up its carbon footprint?

Cryptocurrency mining is still on the rise

Mining News Pro - The value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has plummeted in recent weeks, but the computer power devoted to the industry continues to rise

South Africans’ hair reveals heavy metal exposure from mining at Witwatersrand

Mining News Pro - An international team of researchers is analyzing individual hair samples from people living and working around the Witwatersrand basin near Johannesburg to determine the degree of uranium contamination and identify which populations are most at risk.

In Chile’s Atacama, lithium mining stirs fight over flamingos

Mining News Pro - On the white plains of Chile’s lithium-rich Atacama desert, bright pink flamingos enliven the sprawling salt flats where sporadic blue pools provide much needed hydration.

ESG to decide winners-losers in mining

Mining News Pro - Metal producers have to reinvent their relationship with communities in order to gain social licenses to grow output and feed the clean-energy transition, according to billionaire mining entrepreneur Robert Friedland.

Global autonomous mining truck population tops thousand mark, to reach 1,800 by 2025

Mining News Pro - The number of autonomous haul trucks in operation globally reached 1,068 by May 2022, representing an annual increase of 39%, according to figures tallied by GlobalData. The UK-based data analytics firm also expects this total to exceed 1,800 (a 70% increase on current levels) by the end of 2025.

Chile’s top court puts Dominga mining project decision on Boric admin

Mining News Pro - Chile’s top court on Wednesday turned down appeals filed by communities and environmentalists against the controversial Dominga mining project, saying a final decision needs input from President Gabriel Boric’s administration.

Peru mining protests risk clogging $53 billion investment pipeline

Mining News Pro - Peru, the world’s second-largest copper producer, risks losing out on billions of dollars of mining investment if the government fails to defuse protests that are hitting the industry and denting production, analysts and executives said.

China, US are racing to make billions from mining the moon’s minerals

Mining News Pro - “There’s going to be a new world order out there, and we’ve got to lead it,” US President Joe Biden said after Russia’s war in Ukraine upended global geopolitics. Far from Earth, that transition is already happening.

Peru economy grows 3.79% in March, weighed down by mining protests

Mining News Pro - Peru’s economy grew 3.79% in March compared with a year earlier, the country’s statistics agency said on Sunday, with most sectors of the economy showing improvement, while the key mining industry shrank due to social conflicts hitting production.

Bitcoin miners aim for green mining

Mining News Pro - Bitcoin (BTC) mining has always been a controversial topic. But, Bitcoin’s proof-of-work (PoW) model has reached new levels of concern as senior decision-makers and investors pay closer attention to environmental, social and governance factors.

Chile’s climate scientist minister eyes tougher rules for top copper mining nation

Mining News Pro - Chile’s Environment Minister Maisa Rojas, a leading climate scientist with a PhD from Oxford who made the leap into politics this year, is on a mission to strengthen the Andean country’s environmental rules and hold mining firms to account.

Can new tech make mining cleaner?

Mining News Pro - Mining will always have environmental impacts, but new approaches could help reduce them as the world digs up more metals for renewable energy.

Hochschild Mining earmarks $200m to build gold mine in Brazil

Mining News Pro - Precious metal producer Hochschild Mining (LON: HOC) will invest about $200 million to build the Posse gold mine in Brazil, a project added to its portfolio last year through the acquisition of Amarillo Gold.

Top 10 digital use cases in mining

Mining News Pro - ABB highlights the digital applications with the best value and user acceptance for the mining industry

Pentagon asks Congress to fund mining projects in Australia

Mining News Pro - The US Department of Defense has asked Congress to let it fund facilities in the United Kingdom and Australia that process strategic minerals used to make electric vehicles and weapons, calling the proposal crucial to national defense.

Elon Musk says Tesla open to buying a mining company

Mining News Pro - Tesla is open to buying a mining company if producing its own supply of electric vehicle (EV) metals would speed up worldwide adoption of clean energy technologies, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Tuesday.

Peru to increase public spending in mining regions to curb social conflicts

Mining News Pro - Peru will increase public spending in mining regions in a bid to de-escalate social conflicts that have impacted mining output, Finance Minister Oscar Graham said on Tuesday.

A coal mining hub could decide Australia’s future

Mining News Pro - A coal-mining community that has elected the same political party for more than a century could decide Australia’s next government this month in an election that has divided the nation over how to battle climate change.

Industry-first product supports autonomous mining operations

Mining News Pro - Dust control specialist Global Road Technology (GRT) is launching an industry-first platform developed specifically to support the optimal usage of autonomous vehicles and equipment across the mining sector.

More women join Chile’s mining sector

Mining News Pro - The number of women working in Chile’s mining sector grew by 40% in the past 12 months, according to a new report by the National Mining Society (Sonami).

Chile constitutional assembly does not okay expanded state mining rights

Mining News Pro - Chile’s constitutional assembly passed articles expanding environmental rights on Saturday, but stopped short of approving a proposal to give the state exclusive mining rights over lithium, hydrocarbons and rare earth metals and majority ownership of copper mines.

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