Thousands protest against Rio Tinto’s lithium project in Serbia

Mining News Pro - Thousands of people in Belgrade and other Serbian towns blocked main roads and bridges over the weekend for hours in anti-government protests, targeting two new laws that environmentalists say will let foreign companies take advantage of local resources.

Global nickel smelting rebounds as Sudbury operations restart

Mining News Pro - Global nickel smelting activity rebounded in November, powered by gains in North America and Europe, while refined copper production dipped, data from satellite surveillance showed on Monday.

China will encourage listing of leading futures firms, to issue futures law

Mining News Pro - China will help leading futures companies to speed up their development and encourage qualified firms to be listed, the China Futures Association said in a statement, citing an official from the securities regulator.

Tin price surge worsens supply chain woes for electronics, solar and auto firms

Mining News Pro - Tin prices have nearly doubled from a year ago and are on course for their biggest annual rise in over 30 years, stinging big users of the soldering agent such as electronics firms, utilities, solar panel makers and appliance manufacturers.

Tin price surge worsens supply chain woes for electronics, solar and auto firms

Mining News Pro - Tin prices have nearly doubled from a year ago and are on course for their biggest annual rise in over 30 years, stinging big users of the soldering agent such as electronics firms, utilities, solar panel makers and appliance manufacturers.

Hummingbird Resources shares collapse after halting Mali mine

Mining News Pro - Shares in Hummingbird Resources fell as much as 20% to 13.23p on Monday after it halted operations at its Yanfolila gold mine in southern Mali, the company’s only producing mine, on safety concerns.

Argentine state energy firm YPF spies lithium tie-ups with CATL

Mining News Pro - Argentina’s state energy company YPF, making a push into the country’s burgeoning lithium sector, met with officials from major Chinese battery maker CATL on Thursday, with both sides talking up plans to become “strategic partners” in the sector.

Li-Metal’s technologies targeting next-gen battery market

Mining News Pro - Born in 2018 after a series of lunchtimes conversations on Toronto’s Bay Street between former Hatch engineers Maciej Jastrzebski and Tim Johnston, Li-Metal Corp. (CSE: LIM) is a company currently providing low-cost anodes to battery developers working on cells undergoing qualification trials for the coming generations of electric vehicles.

Orica, Alpha HPA join Rio Tinto greener pastures commitment

Mining News Pro - Orica and Alpha HPA have joined Rio Tinto in signing a statement of cooperation with the Queensland government, to pave the way to clean energy in central Queensland.

Li-Metal’s technologies targetting next-gen battery market

Mining News Pro - Born in 2018 after a series of lunchtimes conversations on Toronto’s Bay Street between former Hatch engineers Maciej Jastrzebski and Tim Johnston, Li-Metal Corp. is a company currently providing low-cost anodes to battery developers working on cells undergoing qualification trials for the coming generations of electric vehicles.

Vale courts Latin steel mills again as China infatuation fades

Mining News Pro - Like its iron-ore rivals, Vale has understandably been obsessed with Chinese demand over the past two decades. Now the Brazilian miner is taking a fresh look in its own backyard.

Rio Tinto now the sole owner of Diavik diamond mine

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto became on Thursday the sole owner of the iconic Diavik diamond mine in Canada’s Northwest Territories after buying the 40% share held by Dominion Diamond Mines, despite previously saying it had no plans to take full control of the aging Arctic mine.

Rio Tinto adds new aluminum production to hot metals market

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto Plc is investing $87 million to increase North American aluminum output as the metals giant sees booming demand for electric vehicles, solar panels and recyclable packaging amid a global push to curb climate change.

China’s coal support continues with $31B finance promise

Mining News Pro - China continues to set itself apart from global peers when it comes to coal, allocating more than $31 billion (200 billion yuan) in financing at a time when most global banks are shunning the fuel.

Polluting metals may be greener than you think

Mining News Pro - Metals, even the dirtiest old-world varieties like steel, can already be considered green if their contribution to climate change mitigation is taken into account, according to a Citigroup Inc.

Rio Tinto invests in European EV battery producer InoBat Auto

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto announced Tuesday it is investing in European battery technology and manufacturing company InoBat Auto.

Babylon secures supply contract with Rio Tinto

Mining News Pro - Babylon Pump and Power has secured a contract for the supply of off-site repair services with Rio Tinto in Western Australia.

Lynas Rare Earths begins contracting for process plant

Mining News Pro - Lynas Rare Earths has kicked off construction of its Kalgoorlie processing facility in Western Australia, awarding a formative contract to a WestStar Industrial subsidiary for $12 million.

UEC acquires Rosatom’s Uranium One assets, creating largest uranium miner in US

Mining News Pro - Uranium Energy on Tuesday entered into a definitive agreement to acquire all outstanding shares of Uranium One Americas Inc. (U1A) for a total purchase price of $112 million, comprising cash and the replacement of $19 million in reclamation bonding.

Tin ticks all the commodity supercycle boxes

Mining News Pro - Tin remains the superstar of the London Metal Exchange (LME) industrial metals pack.

Demand to keep tin price on a tear

Mining News Pro - In its latest industry report, market analyst Fitch Solutions revised up its average tin price forecast for 2021 and 2022 from $28,000/tonne and $26,000/tonne previously to $30,500/tonne and $32,500/tonne, respectively, to account for the surge in prices to record highs in the year-to-date.

Funds still wary of shorting super tight copper market

Mining News Pro - A slowdown in China’s manufacturing sector is casting an ever larger shadow over the copper market.

Mosaic sees massive fertilizer price surge continuing

Mining News Pro - Mosaic, the world’s largest phosphate producer, expects the fertiliser price surge will continue.

Barrick shifting into growth gear, says CEO Mark Bristow

Mining News Pro - Since the merger of Barrick Gold and Randgold Resources early in 2019, the new gold major appears to be completing a full circle under the leadership of Mark Bristow by increasingly prioritizing value-adding grass-roots exploration and development, he tells The Northern Miner.

Argentina, Fortescue unveil $8.4bn green hydrogen investment plan

Mining News Pro - Australian mining billionaire Andrew Forrest is planning what could be up to an $8.4 billion “green hydrogen” investment in Argentina, the South American country’s government said on Monday after a meeting between the businessman and President Alberto Fernandez.

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