Mining News

The goal behind this request is for Crystallex to enforce a $1.4 billion arbitral award against Venezuela, following the 2008 nationalization of its gold mine.
Mike Pompeo announced the launching of a program that will propose ideas on how to make Colombia’s legal framework competitive to attract mining investing.
Research at the Cluff Lake uranium mine site reveals that colloids need to be monitored because they may form contaminating sediments.
Fitch Solutions is revising down its thermal coal price forecast for 2020 to $55/tonne from $65/tonne.
Company expects to produce 680,000 to 760,000 gold-equivalent ounces from its four operating mines.
Irrigation of the leach pad is underway and first gold pour is expected in Q4 2020.
According to GlobalData, all the world’s top gold producers are expected to experience a reduction in output during 2020.
Trump says ‘no politics’ in Pebble; BHP knew of heritage site concerns; Canada ranked 4th, US 6th in lithium-ion battery supply chain
CIBJO and Intertek Italia would create a pilot program that could lead to the creation of the World Jewellery Confederation Education Foundation.
Kal Hub initiatives include scaling up water management project and new partnerships with leading mining technology providers.
The giant gold-silver project had been shut since 2013 over environmental concerns.
Company has signed an agreement that will provide its Carmen de Andacollo copper operation with 100% renewable power, eliminating 200,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions.
Under the sales agreement, Iamgold will pay TomaGold C$500,000 in cash and C$8 million in shares.
Study suggests a 16,875 t/d heap-leach operation, using existing processing capacity, generating an average of 69,000 gold oz. per year between 2021 and 2027 at AISCs of $1,204 per oz.
Trump's announcement comes as doubts about the project have risen over recent months.
RPMGlobal has introduced longwall support to its Underground Coal Solutions (UGCS) software. UGCS is RPMGlobal’s scheduling package purpose-built for underground coal operations; the […]
The company is continuing drilling near Fekola and the Anaconda area as part of its $18 million program this year.
The unit of Russia's state-owned nuclear energy firm Rosatom, plans to begin producing lithium by 2023.
Underground mine to deliver approximately 1.1 million tonnes of ore per year at an estimated grade of 3.5 grams/tonne.