Iluka Resources has announced plans to demerge its royalty business at the BHP-operated...
- Glencore predicts decreased carbon emissions by 2035
- Anglo American Platinum profits soar in company’s first fatality-free year
- Analysis: AngloGold sells South Africa operations to Harmony for $300m
- US Energy Secretary affirms Trump administration’s commitment to coal
- Q&A: securing alternative funding in mining with Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Iluka to spin off BHP iron ore royalty business to new company
Iluka Resources has announced plans to demerge its royalty business at the BHP-operated Mining Area C (MAC) iron ore project in Western Australia following a company review.
Midwest Valves & Controls Supplies CST Oil Cooler Circuit Components to Australian Client
In December 2019, Midwest Valves & Controls received a purchase order to supply components to renew parts of a CST oil cooler circuit for a mining application in Australia.
Glencore predicts decreased carbon emissions by 2035
British-Swiss mining company Glencore has predicted a 30% reduction in carbon emissions by 2035 as its coal resources deplete over time, but the company will not set itself climate targets.
Sienna Resources expands land holdings on Marathon palladium project
Canadian mining company Sienna Resources has increased the land holdings on its Marathon North platinum-palladium property in northern Ontario.
OZ Minerals-Minotaur joint venture to create Queensland minerals hub
The Cloncurry Alliance between Minotaur Exploration and OZ Minerals has formed a joint venture (JV) with Sandfire Resources to explore a minerals tenement group in Queensland, Australia.
Anglo American Platinum profits soar in company’s first fatality-free year
South African platinum giant Anglo American Platinum has announced that its net profit for 2019 more than doubled over 2018 on the back of higher platinum group metals (PGMs) prices, as the company recorded its first-ever fatality-free year. The annual results were published the same day CEO Chris Griffith announced he will step down as CEO and executive director in April 2020.
Pacific Rim receives registration approval for nickel-cobalt project
Pacific Rim Cobalt has received approval for the registration of the Cyclops nickel-cobalt project licence in the Directorate General of Minerals and Coal, and the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia.
Brexit investments paying off for UK mining companies
UK mining and quarrying industry earnings have increased by more than £2bn since the UK voted to leave the EU in June 2016, according to analysis of the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) data by R&D tax relief specialist Catax.
Rio Tinto and STAS to commercialise aluminium filtration technology
Rio Tinto has signed an agreement with Canadian firm STAS to commercialise an advanced compact filtration (ACF) technology for aluminium cast houses.
ICMM updates membership requirements for mining companies
The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) has today launched its enhanced membership requirements, which have been expanded to include requirements for site-level validation and transparent disclosure. ICMM’s Mining Principles – the requirements for membership – “seek to maximise the industry’s benefits to host communities and minimise negative impacts to effectively manage issues of concern to society” according to a statement from ICMM.
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