World’s largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck

Mining News Pro - Anglo American has unveiled a prototype of the world’s largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck designed to operate in everyday mining conditions.

Anglo American launches much anticipated hydrogen-powered zero-emission haul truck

Mining News Pro - Diversified miner Anglo American on May 6 launched a prototype of its first self-developed zero-emission hydrogen-powered mine haul truck, which was developed as part of its Future Smart Mining strategy.

Strong copper, coal prices power Teck Resources’ profit beat

Mining News Pro - Canadian miner Teck Resources Ltd on Wednesday beat market estimates for quarterly profit on the back of higher copper and coking coal prices, sending its shares 8% higher.

Biden poised to use Cold War powers to boost battery metals

Mining News Pro - President Joe Biden plans Thursday to invoke Cold War powers to encourage domestic production of critical minerals for electric-vehicle and other types of batteries, according to people familiar with the matter.

India asks power firms to import coal on electricity demand

Mining News Pro - India asked power manufacturers to keep importing coal to meet increasing demand for electricity even as prices of the fossil fuel surged.

Tycoon behind nickel’s big short has power to fuel more drama

Mining News Pro - Xiang Guangda’s wrong-way bet on nickel futures helped trigger one of the wildest commodity price spikes in history.

US Supreme Court questions scope of EPA’s climate change powers

Mining News Pro - US Supreme Court justices debated putting new limits on the Environmental Protection Agency’s power to tackle greenhouse-gas emissions, as they considered a case that threatens to undercut President Joe Biden’s climate agenda.

Wind-power giant Orsted stops buying coal, biomass from Russia

Mining News Pro - Orsted AS, a company better known for producing electricity from wind, stopped buying Russian coal and biomass for its power stations after President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine.

Coal will exit Australia’s power market despite AGL’s recalcitrance

Mining News Pro - The bid by a green billionaire to buy Australia’s most polluting company may have stumbled at the first hurdle, but it’s likely the race is far from over.

Cobalt powerhouse doubles down on nickel

Mining News Pro - Specialty metals refiner Umicore SA is enjoying record profits as battery materials boom, but the company is racing to avert a slowdown in sales as its cobalt-heavy chemicals fall out of favor with carmakers.

Coal India has enough stock for non-power sector

Mining News Pro - Coal India Ltd. has sufficient stock to boost supply to the country’s non-power sector, the government said in a statement Saturday, assuaging fears of any shortage given rising demand for electricity from domestic producers.

Panama to receive First Quantum’s plan for power plant conversion by June

Mining News Pro - Panama’s government expects to receive by June a proposal by mining firm First Quantum Minerals to convert a coal-fired power plant to cleaner energy, Energy Minister Jorge Rivera told Reuters on Wednesday.

Research shows risk aversion determines coal contracting behavior of US power plants

Mining News Pro - Empirical evidence shows that risk aversion plays an important role in the coal contracting behavior of US power plants.

BHP to cut emissions by 30% with first LNG-powered bulk carrier

Mining News Pro - BHP has taken a key step towards its goal of reaching net-zero by 2050 after receiving the first of five LNG-powered carriers to transport iron ore from Australia’s Port Hedland to Asia.

France coal-fired power plants get short-term right to burn more

Mining News Pro - France is temporarily allowing electricity producers to burn more coal after the nation’s grid operator warned of possible power shortages.

Operating coal-fired power plants more expensive than switching to renewables

Mining News Pro - Generating electricity from solar power is cheaper than doing so through coal-fired power plants, a new article published in the journal Energy and Environmental Materials states.

Hindustan Zinc says prices to stay strong due to power costs

Mining News Pro - Zinc prices will continue to trade at elevated levels as increasing energy and raw material costs curb production at some smelters and demand grows, according to India’s biggest producer.

Newly discovered ‘strange metal’ could be key to lossless power grids, quantum computers

Mining News Pro - A team of American and Chinese researchers have found strange metal behaviour in a material in which electrical charge is carried not by electrons, but by wave-like entities called Cooper pairs.

Lithium Power to spin off Western Australia assets to focus on Chile project

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Lithium Power International Ltd said on Wednesday it will spin off its Western Australia assets into a separate firm on the Australian bourse, to allow the company to focus on its flagship Chile project.

Norway’s Hydro to cut Slovakia aluminium output due to power cost

Mining News Pro - Norsk Hydro’s majority-owned aluminium plant in Slovakia will cut its output to around 60% of capacity in response to high electricity costs, the Norwegian company said on Thursday.

Vulcan Energy buys German geothermal plant to power lithium extraction

Mining News Pro - Vulcan Energy said on Friday it had agreed to buy a geothermal power plant in Germany’s Upper Rhine Valley for about 31.5 million euros ($35.6 million), as it works to supply lithium to Volkswagen and other European carmakers.

As Freeport converts mining trucks to green power

Mining News Pro - Copper mining giant Freeport-McMoRan Inc is converting its fleet of diesel trucks and other machinery to electric or hydrogen power, a transition required to fight climate change even though the costs are not yet known, Chief Executive Richard Adkerson said in an interview at the Reuters Next conference.

MSC’s role in the construction of 10,000 megawatts of new power plant capacity

Mining News Pro - New power plants and solar plants of Mobarakeh Steel Company will be available in the next 3 years.

Glencore to close Italian zinc operation on power costs

Mining News Pro - Glencore (LON: GLEN) is placing its zinc sulphide operation in Portovesme, Italy, on care and maintenance by the end of December at the latest and it will remain closed until there is “a meaningful change in power market prices”, the miner and commodity trader said on Monday.

China’s State Grid warns of tight supply in winter, despite easing power crunch

Mining News Pro - China’s State Grid Corp warned of a “tight balance” between power supply and demand through winter until spring, even though a power crunch has eased following measures to boost coal supplies and get large users to cut back on electricity.

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