All articles by Jack Unwin

  1. Glencore signs five-year cobalt supply deal with China’s GEM

    British-Swiss multinational Glencore has signed a five-year deal with Chinese company GEM to supply a minimum of 61,200 tonnes of…
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    9 Oct
  2. Hochschild Mining acquires Chilean rare earth deposit

    Gold and silver producer Hochschild Mining has acquired the BioLantanidos ionic clay rare earth deposit in Chile for $56.3m. Hochschild…
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    3 Oct
  3. Hands on the wheel: how the rapidly evolving auto industry is changing mining forever

    Despite challenges in recent years, the automotive industry remains a colossal €54bn sector. At the time of writing, nearly 50…
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    3 Oct
  4. Heavy metal: the fight to cleanse Cornwall’s polluted rivers

    Tin mining was a feature of life in Cornwall from the Bronze Age to the 1990s. This has visibly changed…
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    30 Sep
  5. Sirius Minerals pulls out of $500m bond issue

    UK-based mining company Sirius Minerals has been forced to cancel a $500m bond issue after the UK government refused to…
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    18 Sep
  6. CATL to buy stake in Pilbara Minerals in Australia for A$55m

    Chinese battery company Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) has announced that it will buy an 8.5% stake in Australian lithium mining…
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    5 Sep
  7. Seriti to acquire South32’s South Africa Energy Coal business

    Seriti Resources has signed exclusive negotiations to acquire South32’s South Africa Energy Coal (SAEC) business following a competitive bid process….
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    23 Aug
  8. Peruvian governor sentenced to six years in prison for mining protests

    The governor of the Puno region in Peru Walter Aduviri has been sentenced to six years in prison by a…
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    15 Aug
  9. In charge: the battery technologies leading the way in mining

    It is fair to say that electric vehicles (EV) have undergone a revolution in the last decade or so. Once…
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    12 Aug
  10. Vale to compensate victims of Brumadinho mining disaster

    Brazilian mining company Vale has agreed to pay compensation to the families of the victims of the Brumadinho iron ore…
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    18 Jul
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