An ultra-rare mineral named reidite has been found in what is possibly the...
- Mining the world’s rarest mineral in meteor craters
- Developing Plateaus lithium project in Peru: the triangle becomes a square
- Ceramic and urethane linings for steel pipes in mines increase longevity at least ten-fold
- Belt and Road: find out how China’s plans will affect global copper in the latest MINE Magazine
- MINE Magazine Issue 76
Sierra Metals gets EIA approval for Youricocha tailings expansion
Sierra Metals’ Peruvian subsidiary Sociedad Minera Corona has secured approval for its environmental impact assessment (EIA) study to expand the tailings deposition facility at the Yauricocha mine.
Regency Gold to acquire Canadian mining company Vanadium North
Regency Gold has signed an agreement to acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Canadian mining company Vanadium North Resources.
Hochschild to suspend operations at Arcata silver mine in Peru
Hochschild Mining is set to suspend operations at its Arcata silver mine located in south-west Peru.
Mining the world’s rarest mineral in meteor craters
An ultra-rare mineral named reidite has been found in what is possibly the world’s largest crater at Shark Bay in Western Australia. The crater is only the sixth-known on Earth to hold the mineral, which starts as common zircon before transforming to reidite under the pressure of space rocks slamming into the Earth’s crust.
Developing Plateaus lithium project in Peru: the triangle becomes a square
Plateau Energy Metals is developing lithium and uranium resources in Peru, both of which have never been mined in the South American country. Its CEO Alex Holmes talks about the discovery, the importance of new legislation and what it could mean for the South American country.
Rapid Coal Quality Delivery Service
Q-Pro are offering a grade control production service that is a time sensitive and site-specific solution to determine the coal quality variability of in pit coal inventory.
BHP and NREL partner to clean up lands impacted by mining
BHP has collaborated with the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to clean up lands and water impacted by mining.
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