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forbes.com October 15, 2019

Argentina May Be The Hottest Renewable Energy Market You Haven't Heard Of. Can It Spur A Global Boom?

An innovative approach unlocked Argentina's renewable energy market, adding 6.5 GW and $7.5 billion investment in three years. Now it may spur a 75 GW, $110 billion global renewables boom.
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miningweekly.com October 15, 2019

Newcrest Approves First Stage Of Cadia Expansion

The board of gold miner Newcrest Mining has approved A685-million investment for Stage 1 of the Cadia expansion project, in New South Wales. The Stage 1 expansion includes the start of the next cave development and increasing the process plant namepl...
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latimes.com October 14, 2019

Lithium Will Fuel The Clean Energy Boom. This Company May Have A Breakthrough - Los Angeles Times

A geothermal power company says it can make California's Salton Sea the first major source of U.S. lithium production. : Gaze across the Salton Sea, a sparkling oasis in the California desert, and you'll see white plumes of steam rising against the hazy Chocolate Mountains. The steam comes from 11 geothermal power plants, nestled between the accidental lake and the verdant farm fields of the Imperial Valley. The area has been churning out climate-friendly geothermal energy since the 1980s, long before solar panels and wind turbines became cheap and abundant.
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business-standard.com October 11, 2019

Iron Ore Prices Expected To Fall 10-15% After Ops Resume At Donimalai Mine | Business Standard News

Under the new rules, mining leases of state-owned companies will be renewed automatically without going through the auction process. : Karnataka miners are expecting iron ore prices to fall by around 10-15 per cent with the iron ore supply likely to resume from NMDC's Donimalai mine. Mining at Donimalai is set to resume after the Ministry of Mines amended the Minerals (Mining by Government Companies) Rules 2015. Under the new rules, mining leases of state-owned companies will be renewed automatically without going through the auction process.
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miningweekly.com October 10, 2019

Caledonia Commissions Oxygen Plant At Blanket

Gold miner Caledonia Mining Corporation has successfully installed and commissioned a new oxygen plant at the Blanket mine, in Zimbabwe. The new oxygen plant is expected to improve metallurgical recovery and reduce cyanide consumption at the mine.
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miningweekly.com October 09, 2019

Zimbabwe Quadruples Electricity Prices To Fund Power Investment

Zimbabwe has increased the average electricity tariff by 320% to let the State power utility ramp up production and improve supplies at a time of daily rolling power cuts, the national energy regulator said on Wednesday. Power cuts lasting up to 18 hou...
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miningweekly.com October 08, 2019

Blackridge Tipped For Trial Mining

ASX-listed junior Impact Minerals has inked a tribute mining agreement with a private contractor in Queensland, allowing for the trial mining of up to 1.6-million tonnes of ore at its Blackridge gold project. Under the tribute agreement with Nimble R...
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miningweekly.com October 03, 2019

'no Future Without Eskom', Says Mabuza

Given the socioeconomic challenges facing South Africa, State-owned Eskom chairperson and acting CE Dr Jabu Mabuza on Thursday reiterated the power utility's support for an energy mix that is based on providing reliable energy to the country. This shou...
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miningweekly.com October 03, 2019

Chinese Authorities Approve Triton Deal

The National Development and Reform Commission of China has approved a A$19.5-million investment by China's Jinan Hi-Tech into ASX-listed Triton Minerals. Triton in June this year announced the agreement, under which Jinan would subscribe for A$8.5-mil...
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business-standard.com October 02, 2019

Intense Bidding Expected For Next Phase Of Odisha's Iron Ore Auctions | Business Standard News

Pellet makers, sponge iron and pig iron producers allowed to participate. : The upcoming phase of iron ore auctions in Odisha is likely to witness intense bids as pellet manufacturers, sponge iron players, and pig iron producers compete alongside steel companies. Odisha has hitherto put three iron ore blocks -- Ghoraburhani-Sagasahi, Kalamang West and Netrabandh Pahar -- for auction. All three were bagged by steel producers- Essar Steel, Bhushan Steel Ltd (now Tata Steel BSL) and Bhushan Steel & Power Ltd.
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