All articles by Ilaria Grasso Macola

Ilaria Grasso Macola

New York pension fund to review investments in coal companies

The New York State Common Retirement Fund – the third-biggest public pension fund in the US – has announced its plan to review investments for 27 thermal coal mining companies.

IronRidge reports mineral resource estimate for Ghana project

Australian mineral exploration company IronRidge Resources has reported a maiden mineral resource estimate (MRE) of 14.5 million tonnes (MT) at 1.31% lithium oxide grade (Li2O) for its Ghana Ewoyaa project.

Alianza and Coeur to explore silver-lead-zinc property

Vancouver-based exploration company Alianza Minerals has signed an option agreement with US precious metals mining company Coeur to explore the Tim Silver property in Yukon, north-western Canada.

Indian Government approves 17 Coal India projects

The Indian Government has granted environmental clearance for state-owned coal company Coal India to proceed with 17 projects, which will produce an additional 150 million tonnes of coal in five years.

Jaguar Mining resumes growth exploration drilling in Brazilian mine

Canadian junior gold mining company Jaguar Mining has resumed its growth exploration drilling activities at Turmalina Mine Operation, one of its Brazilian gold mines.

BHP shares hit the lowest amid coronavirus concerns

Share price in Anglo-Australian mining multinational BHP has hit the lowest point in a month, with London Stock Exchange stock prices dropping yesterday by 4% from £17.80 to £16.99.

Investor initiative launches public tailing storage facility database

The Mining and Tailing Safety Initiative, a group of investors co-headed by the Church of England (CoE), launched on Friday the first public database on tailing storage facilities.

BHP Mitsubishi Alliance to invest in autonomous trucks and AI

BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) will invest $455m on autonomous haul trucks and AI-based data analysis in an attempt to cut down on production costs, improve efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.

Australasian mines use the most technology: GlobalData report

Australasian mines have seen the highest penetration of technologies in 2019, a GlobalData survey on the adoption of technologies in mine sites shows.