Peru president supports Bear Creek Mining’s Corani silver project

Mining News Pro - Shares of Bear Creek Mining surged on news that Peru’s new president, Pedro Castillo, and representatives of local communities, support the Corani silver-lead-zinc project.

Fresnillo CEO says Mexico’s mining situation ‘unfavorable’

Mining News Pro - The chief executive of Mexico’s top precious metals miner Fresnillo on Wednesday described the current government’s policies as “unfavorable” for the key industrial sector.

Peru community says will block key mining road used by MMG’s Las Bambas mine

Mining News Pro - A Peruvian community will block a key mining road used by MMG’s Las Bambas copper mine in protest after failed negotiations with the Andean nation’s government, a community leader told Reuters on Monday.

Queensland legislation maintains mining lease validity

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Parliament has passed legislation that ensures more than 900 of the state’s historic mining tenures remain valid.

Asia’s coal mining revival doesn’t mean the energy crisis is over

Mining News Pro - A crunch on coal production from key hubs in China and India is beginning to ease, but that won’t be enough to halt Asia’s energy crisis.

Saudi mining plan gets $3 billion EV boost from Australian firm

Mining News Pro - An Australian company plans to invest $3 billion in Saudi Arabia in a bet on the metals used in batteries for electric vehicles.

Evolution Mining divests Mt Carlton for up to $65 million

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Evolution Mining is selling its Mt. Carlton gold mine in Queensland to Navarre Minerals in a deal worth up to A$90 million ($65 million).

Iron ore price rout hacks $160 billion off top mining stocks

Mining News Pro - At just over $1.3 trillion, the Top 50* most valuable mining companies lost a combined $158.5 billion in market capitalization over the three months to end September, as iron ore’s plunge and copper’s lacklustre performance prompted a sell-off in the sector’s largest names.

Senators blast new US mining royalty plan as anti-green, pro-China

Mining News Pro - In Washinton on Tuesday, members of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) came out in opposition of House Democrats’ attempt to change the mining law through a partisan budget process.

Las Bambas standoff tests Castillo’s mining reform pledges

Mining News Pro - Peru’s new socialist government swept to power pledging to strike a new deal with the copper mining sector and redistribute profits to Andean communities like those around the huge Las Bambas project, owned by China’s MMG.

Peru's Las Bambas standoff tests Castillo's mining reform pledges

Mining News Pro - Peru's new socialist government swept to power pledging to strike a new deal with the copper mining sector and redistribute profits to Andean communities like those around the huge Las Bambas project, owned by China's MMG.

An obscure Chinese mining law is hobbling global energy security

Mining News Pro - China’s current energy crisis can be traced back in part to a legal amendment targeting miners that garnered little notice when it went into effect in March.

How the decarbonization megatrend is disrupting mining investment

Mining News Pro - The mining and metals sector will see sweeping changes from the transition to a low carbon economy out to 2030, says market analyst Fitch Solutions in its latest industry report.

Five gendarmes killed in attack on mining convoy in Mali

Mining News Pro - Five gendarmes were killed and four were injured when a convoy they were escorting to an Australian-owned gold mine in southern Mali came under attack by militants, the army said.

South32’s Fraser takes gold mining CEO job

Mining News Pro - Mike Fraser, outgoing COO of ASX- and JSE-listed South32, has been appointed CEO of London-listed Chaarat – a gold mining company which operates in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

Job listings lengthen for embattled mining industry

Mining News Pro - Mining job listings online have risen in contrast to the rest of Australia’s decline, as several states continue to battle a skills shortage.

Mining has helped Australia weather the COVID-19 storm

Mining News Pro - Federal Minister for Resources and Water Keith Pitt explores the strength of Australia’s pandemic-struck mining and resources sector.

Mining magnate parrying BHP bid expands stake in nickel miner

Mining News Pro - A bidding war for a small Canadian nickel miner is showing no signs of cooling as its largest shareholder, Australian mining magnate Andrew Forrest, took a formal step to increase ownership.

Indigenous engagement progressing in Australian mining

Mining News Pro - The effort to better acknowledge and include First Nations peoples in the Australian mining industry is advancing as more Indigenous initiatives are introduced and more Indigenous contracts awarded.

Mining industry riding out labour force issues

Mining News Pro - The mining industry saw a drop in employed people from May to August 2021, as more staff worked zero hours, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

Universities combine to streamline critical mineral mining

Mining News Pro - Curtin University and the Australian National University (ANU) have joined forces to help Australian mining companies better identify, characterise and extract critical minerals with a focus on sustainability.

Cradle to grave assessment to improve mining impacts

Mining News Pro - Researchers have found a holistic approach to mining lifecycle assessments (LCA) could substantially improve an operation’s environment impacts and feasibility.

Mining stocks carnage as iron ore, copper prices fall

Mining News Pro - Iron ore extended its slump below $100 a tonne and copper prices dropped in New York on Monday as China stepped up restrictions on industrial activity and fears about the collapse of the country’s largest property developer intensified.

One error companies make during the digital mining transition

Mining News Pro - As the world dashes towards greater digitalisation, the mining industry is setting itself up for increased automation and autonomy in its practices.

Chadormalu Mining Co. among the major producers of Concentrate in Iran

Mining News Pro - According to published statistics on the performance of 9 iron ore production units in the country including Sabanour, Golgohar Mining, Chadormalu Mining and etc, during the first quarter of this year, 11 million 913 thousand 536 tons of iron ore has been produced which shows a 2 percent decrease compared to the same period last year.

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