Mining News

“We believe that the early January direction is correct but that the timing is slightly off,” said Saxo Bank.
Analysts say American Lithium‘s Tonopah project in Nevada could run at world-beating costs.
Nittetsu can earn a 35% interest in the Los Chapitos project by making payments and expenditures totalling C$10.1 million over three years.
Concern is growing over the federal government’s seeming inability to leverage Canada’s vast natural resource endowment as it navigates the uncertain global geopolitical and economic landscape.
The agreement aims to create opportunities for greater participation by Naskapi people in IOC’s activities through training and development, employment, and collaboration on environmental projects.
The giant mine, in indefinite care and maintenance from Wednesday, accounts for 2% of the copper produced worldwide.
Sound waves and a 2D material may be the key to longer-lasting batteries.
The capsule was recovered after a nearly week-long search involving around 100 people along a 1,400 kilometres (870 miles) stretch of highway.
Protests have erupted in Brazil as supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro try prompting a military coup to overthrow Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
The dearth of geoscientists, which is replicated globally, threatens to crimp Australia’s ability to find, define and mine key minerals needed in a decarbonised future.
Toronto-based Yamana inked a deal with the two miners after South Africa’s Gold Fields waived its right to match the rival bid.
Total refined zinc output was 248,900 tonnes, below the lower guidance number of 257,000 tonnes.
Alamos is concentrating on expansion this year with drilling planned on three new targets.
Annual gold demand jumped 18% to 4,741 tonnes, almost on a par with 2011.
Greenfield supply could come from Kazakhstan, but with a new incentive price close to $70 a pound, said Rick Rule.
The biggest direct investment in mining made by an automaker to date seeks to secure the raw materials used in EV batteries.
A recent study found that illegal gold and copper mining in Ecuador, Colombia and Panama is decimating the populations of five newly-described tree-dwelling snake species.
BHP is building Jansen in stages, with the first one estimated to cost $5.7 billion and yield 4.35 million tonnes of potash per year.
The company is completing final preparations to commence gold mill near Merritt, BC.
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