Zambian miner Mutinta Jewellery has announced the opening of a $3.2m diamond and...
- Mutinta Jewellery to open a diamond processing plant in Zambia
- External pressures and internal struggles: what the fall of Murray Energy tell us about American coal mining
- Gold demand falls by 36% as Covid-19 spreads
- Mining Mongolia: what potential does this land-locked country hold?
- Gem of the Gobi: new issue of MINE Magazine out now
Mutinta Jewellery to open a diamond processing plant in Zambia
Zambian miner Mutinta Jewellery has announced the opening of a $3.2m diamond and gemstone processing plant in the country, designed to manufacture jewellery from diamonds, gemstones, and other precious stones.
Exploration firm Premier Gold Mines to consider US-focused spin-out
North American exploration company Premier Gold Mines said it is considering spinning out its US subsidiary that holds its Nevada assets to shareholders.
Worley secures contract for Lihir gold mine in Papua New Guinea
Australian gold miner Newcrest Mining has awarded a contract to engineering services provider Worley for its Lihir gold mine.
Fincantieri and Saipem sign MoU on development of deep-seabed mining
Italian Shipbuilding firm Fincantieri and oilfield services firm Saipem have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote the development of deep-seabed mining (DSM).
India restricts China and others from commercial coal mine auctions
The Indian Government has reportedly restricted China and other countries that share land border with it from participating in commercial coal mine auctions.
Rio Tinto Exploration to explore Sipa’s Paterson North project
Gold and base metals explorer Sipa Resources has signed a A$12m ($8.54m) farm-in and joint venture agreement (FJVA) with Rio Tinto’s exploration unit RTX.
Coal mine explosion in Colombia kills six miners, leaves three trapped
An explosion at a coal mine at the Los Cedros mine in the El Zulia municipality of northeastern Colombia has claimed the lives of at least six miners, leaving three others trapped.
External pressures and internal struggles: what the fall of Murray Energy tell us about American coal mining
Murray Energy, the US’s largest privately held coal producer, has fallen from a position as one of the most productive US miners to allegations of manipulating figures amidst a bankruptcy filing within a decade. We investigate this rapid decline and what it tells us about US coal mining in 2020.
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