In this issue: the influence of mining lobbyists, mapping operations in South Australia,...
- The influence of mining lobbyists: read this and more in the new issue of MINE Australia
- Going underground: Codelco’s $5bn plan to adapt the Chuquiacamata mine
- Australian government introduces funding for critical minerals sector
- Magnetite Mines completes ‘positive’ study of Razorback iron project
- UK government faces backlash after approving first coal mine in decades
MACA wins Ravensthorpe mining services contract from FQM Australia
MACA has received a letter of award from First Quantum Minerals’ subsidiary FQM Australia Nickel to provide open pit mining services at the Ravensthorpe project.
The influence of mining lobbyists: read this and more in the new issue of MINE Australia
In this issue: the influence of mining lobbyists, mapping operations in South Australia, the success of the Australian gold sector, and more.
Going underground: Codelco’s $5bn plan to adapt the Chuquiacamata mine
Chile’s state-owned miner Codelco is investing $5.6bn into its vast Chuquiacamata mine to convert the century-old operation from an open pit mine to an underground project. While the transition is progressing ahead of schedule, concerns remain over the mine’s longevity, profitability and workforce satisfaction. JP Casey looks at the planned transition, and considers how effective it can be.
Russia’s steel maker MMK to invest $686m in sustainable development
Russia’s oldest steel-making firm Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel PJSC (MMK) has announced plans to invest $686m in sustainable development projects.
Rio Tinto to provide $221m for uranium mine closure and rehabilitation
Rio Tinto has announced that it will subscribe to $221m rights shares of Energy Resources of Australia (ERA), which is required to close and rehabilitate the Ranger uranium mine.
Mandalay agrees sale of Challacollo project in Chile
Mandalay Resources has signed a definitive agreement with Aftermath Silver to sell its Minera Mandalay Challacollo (MMC) project.
Australian government introduces funding for critical minerals sector
The Australian Government has announced a number of new financing measures for its rare earths and critical minerals sector.
BOD recovers first diamonds from South African Marsfontein mine
Exploration and project development company Botswana Diamonds (BOD) has recovered first diamonds from its Marsfontein mine in South Africa.
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