Australian mining company Indiana Resources has become the second company in a week...
Second company files investment dispute with Tanzania government
Australian mining company Indiana Resources has become the second company in a week to declare a dispute with the Tanzanian government over repossessed retention licences.
Sibanye reduces job cuts as it restructures Marikana operations
South African precious metals miner Sibanye-Stillwater has reduced the number of job cuts at its Marikana mine operations in Rustenburg, following the conclusion of a consultation process.
Kinross acquires heap leach development project in Russia for $283m
Canadian exploration company Kinross Gold has completed its previously announced acquisition of the Chulbatkan heap leach development project in Russia from N-Mining for $283m.
Minnesota proposes new legislation to ban mining near Boundary Waters
US Representative for Minnesota Betty McCollum passed new legislation to permanently ban copper-nickel mining across the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).
Mining New South Wales: climate change, coal and opportunity
New South Wales is one of Australia’s top three mining states, contributing around A$1.8bn in annual royalties and employing over 40,000 people. Yet, amid growing concerns around the environment and climate change, the hugely coal-focused sector faces huge environmental and regulatory challenges going forward.
Australia’s mining workforce want list
The Australian Resources and Energy Group has published a report predicting that the sector will need 21,000 new workers by 2024, putting pressure on new and approved mining projects to deliver long-term jobs. We profile the jobs highest on the mining industry’s want list.
Siemens to pursue Adani mine contract despite pressure from protesters
Siemens chief executive officer Joe Kaeser has announced that the company will fulfil its contract with Adani Mining to provide rail signalling systems at the proposed Carmichael coal mine in Queensland, Australia.
Rio Tinto awards contract for Western Australia’s WTS2 iron ore mine
Rio Tinto has awarded an A$400m ($275m) contract towards the design and construction of the Western Turner Syncline phase two (WTS2) iron ore mine in Western Australia's Pilbara region.
Canada and US finalise critical minerals collaboration deal
The US and Canada have finalised the Canada-US Joint Action Plan on Critical Minerals Collaboration on minerals such as uranium and rare earth elements.
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