Copper: First Quantum Ships First Concentrate From Cobre Panama - Canadian Mining Journalcanadian Mining Journal
PANAMA - First Quantum Minerals of Toronto said the first shipment of copper concentrate from the $6.3-billion Cobre Panama project has left port. The open pit mine and mill, located 120 km west of Panama City, is owned 90% by... The post COPPER: F...
Privatise Mining Firms To Bring Down $400 Bn Of Imports: Anil Agarwal To Pm | Business Standard News
Increased mining can add $500 billion to the economy and create two crore jobs, he emphasised. : Anil Agarwal, the scrap metal dealer turned billionaire metals tycoon, has told Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the Centre should privatise five mining firms including NMDC to save some of the $400 billion that India spends annually on imports, saying the government has no business to be in the business.
Electric Cars And Renewable Energy Could Drive New Outback Mining Boom - Abc News (australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Electric cars and wind turbines could be pivotal to fuelling the next outback mining boom, with resource companies and start-ups worried Australia is not making the most of a new wave of mining activity across the nation.
NORTHWEST TERRITORIES - Fortune Minerals is updating the 2014 feasibility study for its NICO cobalt-gold-bismuth-copper project 160 km northwest of Yellowknife. Hatch, P&E Mining Consultants and Micon International have been engaged to produce the ...
[Ghanaian Times] Nkroful -Ghanaians in the diaspora have been urged to invest in the booming mining industry in the country.
Zimbabwe's mining sector was subdued in the first quarter due to a severe dollar crunch that affected production, with gold the most hit, the mining chamber said, adding some bullion miners had experienced recently introduced power cuts. Mining generat...
While maintaining its leadership position in Indian iron ore industry, NMDC is also focussing on increasing its geographic foothold globally.
The placing and open offer through which Sirius Minerals aimed to raise about $400-million, for the potash mine, in North Yorkshire, has been over-subscribed, the London-listed company reported on Tuesday. The company raised $425-million in the offer,...
Captive Miners Seek Permits To Sell Inferior Grade Ore In Bid To Cut Wastes | Business Standard News
Existing rules forbid captive miners from selling rejects, sub-grade or low-grade ores that are not usable for downstream processes. : Captive mine lessees have sought approval to sell inferior grades of minerals, saying it will reduce waste at mines. Their demand stems from the fact that baser grade ore could not be used in the mother plants or the downstream units. Such lower grade ore and rejects can be disposed off to other industries where they find applications.
Tata Steel through its wholly owned indirect subsidiary, Tata Steel Global Minerals Holdings, held 70 per cent equity stake in Al Rimal Mining.