Mining News

Mining company is expected to resume activities this month, five years after the biggest environmental disaster in Brazil.
Defiance Silver plans to enlarge its land holdings by acquiring Pan American Silver’s Lucita property.
A recent, six-hole drilling program revealed a kimberlite blow or a small pipe.
New research report has a warning for electric carmakers about the direction of battery prices without incentives to build new mines.
Commercial production has been restored at the mine's conveyor system.
Company expects to produce 300-305 million tonnes this year, missing a previously lowered 2020 target of at least 310 million tonnes.
Gold registered its worst monthly performance in four years in November.
The world’s largest copper miner seeks to ensure all its divisions comply with the latest health protocols to stop the spread of covid-19.
A study conducted in Australia but funded by the US Air Force brings research one step closer to harnessing fusion power as a future energy source.
This week, the Solomon Islands Ministry of Mining granted Sanatana a letter of intent over the Sutakiki mineral tenure.
The company aims to boost the Egyptian mine's output and efficiencies.
Goldman Sachs predicts "structural bull market" for commodities similar to 2000s as rising demand, green energy investment combine with chronic undersupply.
Intermediate producer has released an independent ‘Master Plan study’ for the company’s 80%-held Copler district in Turkey.
Eight virtual roundtable discussions take place on December 8.
First production from the operation is targeted for mid-2021.
The Sprite Corridor hosts the main Marathon deposit and the recently discovered Berry deposit, the focus of most of the company's recent exploration drilling.
Drill highlights from the Renard West zone include 21.8 metres of 2 g/t gold and 23.2 metres of 1.72 g/t gold.
The company has had to tweak the mine design and development plan for the project in Ecuador, which has pushed back its already delayed pre-feasibility study to Q1 2021.
The Solwezi licences are adjacent to First Quantum's Kansanshi copper mine.
The Canadian miner said that the deal will be done for a consideration of $3 million.