All articles by Annabel Cossins-Smith

Annabel is a staff writer across energy titles, with degrees in History and International Journalism.

Annabel Cossins-Smith

Activists block deep-sea mining research ship in New Zealand

Māori Greenpeace activists jumped in front of a UK deep-sea mining research ship to protest planned expansions to seabed mining in the Pacific.

Activists launch legal challenge against Aberpergwm coal mine expansion

The Coal Action Network is battling plans to expand the Aberpergwn mine in the hope of halting the extraction of 40 million tonnes of coal.

China lifts remaining restrictions on Australian coal

China has removed all remaining curbs on Australian coal imports, putting an end to trade restrictions that have been in place since 2020.

Protestors to resume blockade of Las Bambas mine in Peru

Andean protestors in Peru will resume a blockade against several major copper mines, despite a truce last month.

Newcrest rejects $16.9bn Newmont offer

Australian gold miner Newcrest Mining has rejected a $16.9bn offer from US-based Newmont, saying it undervalues the company after profits exceed expectations.

Two miners missing following collapse at Dugald River mine in Queensland

Operator MMG and contractor Barminco continue to search for two miners at the Dugald River underground mine in north-west Queensland after a land collapse at the site.

Illegal miners in Yanomami reservation seek help from Brazilian Government to leave

Illegal gold miners operating in the protected Yanomami reservation have asked the Brazilian authorities for help to leave the area after President Lula declares medical emergency for Yanomami Indigenous peoples.