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Endeavour receives shareholder approval for Semafo merger
West African gold producer Endeavour Mining has announced that its shareholders have voted “overwhelmingly” in favour of its acquisition of Semafo, which was announced in March this year.
Epiroc secures contract from Codelco for Chuquicamata mine in Chile
Swedish mining equipment manufacturer Epiroc has secured a large equipment and service contract from Chilean state-owned copper miner Codelco for use at its Chuquicamata mine in northern Chile.
Commodity prices stabilising in May after a rollercoaster start to the year
Two months on from severe fluctuations in the prices of many commodities, when COVID-19 cases began to rise exponentially worldwide, commodity prices began to stabilise in May, with a delicate balance between lower demand and supply.
Canadian miner Yamana Gold completes royalty portfolio sale to Nomad
Yamana Gold has completed the sale of a portfolio of royalty interests and a contingent payment agreement to Nomad Royalty Company for a consideration of $65m.
Axora launches smart mining centre to help mining companies recover from Covid-19
Axora, an innovation hub for digital solutions, has launched an online smart mining resource centre to help mining companies recover after the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Queensland resources sector may be vital for Covid-19 recovery
The Government of Queensland has called on the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) to maximise the resource sector’s role in the economic recovery to follow the Covid-19 pandemic.
Capex for leading miners to fall in 2020 as US$6.5bn cut from initial guidance
Initial 2020 guidance for 20 leading miners pointed to a possible 11% increase in their collective expenditure to US$54.7bn. However, after a series of mining companies have revised their guidance, the total has dropped back to just US$49.1bn, a fall of over US$6.5bn and below the US$49.3bn spent in 2019.
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Taseko signs deal for Yellowhead copper project in Canada
Taseko Mines has signed an agreement with an indigenous nation as it seeks to secure regulatory approval for the Yellowhead copper project in Canada.
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