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Dec 19, 2014
Zambia's decision to hike royalty rates on open pit mining from 6% to 20% will lead to shaft closures and 12 000 job losses, the chamber of mines said on Friday. Barrick Gold said on Thursday it would suspend operations at its Lumwana Copper Mine after royalty...
Dec 19, 2014
GoldBridges, a small Kazakh gold miner led by a member of the well-connected Assaubayev family, on Friday joined the main board of the London Stock Exchange and is hoping to improve the image of Kazakh businesses in the mining sector. The company, which already...
Dec 19, 2014
The European benchmark price of ferrochrome has been settled 6% lower for the first quarter of next year, the JSE-listed Merafe Resources said on Friday. The price of $1.08/lb for the first quarter of 2015 is seven cents a pound lower than the current $1.15/lb price...
Dec 18, 2014
Lumwana, Zambia
Canada’s Barrick Gold Corp will suspend operations at its Lumwana copper mine, in Zambia’s Northwestern province, after the country enacted legislation that raised the royalty rate on openpit mining operations from 6% to 20%. TSX- and NYSE-listed Barrick, the world’s...
Dec 19, 2014
The International Monetary Fund has urged Zambia, Africa's second-largest copper producer, to quickly resolve issues with mining companies over value-added tax refunds and an increase in royalties. Lower world copper prices and the announced shift to a royalty-only min
Dec 18, 2014
Dec 18, 2014
The share price of South Africa-focused gold miner Mintails dropped by nearly 22% on Thursday on news that the company was failing to make its production targets. Mintails told shareholders on Thursday that the company’s openpit operational performance had been...
Dec 18, 2014
Zambia's new mining royalty rate could be a "massive disincentive" for future investment if it does not come with some form of capital relief, First Quantum Minerals's president told Reuters on Thursday. President Clive Newall said the miner does not yet know the...
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Dec 18, 2014
A US federal judge on Wednesday refused to dismiss mining giant Rio Tinto's lawsuit against rival Vale, alleging it conspired with Israeli billionaire Beny Steinmetz and BSG Resources to steal the company's valuable mining rights in Guinea. US District Judge Richard...
Dec 17, 2014
Copper miner Discovery Metals on Wednesday announced that it would mothball its Boseto openpit operation, in Botswana, within the next six months. The miner told shareholders that a review of the openpit operation had been launched earlier this year to determine the...
Dec 11, 2014
Creamer Media’s Liquid Fuels 2014 Report examines these issues, focusing on the business environment, oil and gas exploration, the country’s feedstock supplies, the development of South Africa’s biofuels industry, fuel pricing, competition in the sector, the...
Dec 20, 2014
Updated 6 hours ago One of the world’ largest undeveloped gold and copper projects, Seabridge Gold’s KSM project, in north-west British Columbia, has received the nod of approval from Canada’s Minister of the Environment Leona Aglukkaq, marking the end of a nearly seven-year journey to...
Dec 20, 2014
Updated 7 hours ago US coal producer Alpha Natural Resources affiliated mining operations has settled three selenium-discharge law suits brought by four environmental organisations. Selenium is a naturally occurring element that could be released into streams as a by-product of some...
Dec 20, 2014
Updated 7 hours ago Rio Tinto Subsidiary Turquoise Hill Resources on Friday reported that despite a recent concentrator fire at the massive Oyu Tolgoi copper/gold mine, in Mongolia, the operation was on track to meet its expected full-year output. Turquoise Hill in October reduced its...
Dec 20, 2014
TSX-listed Sherritt International Corp on Firday announced that it had inked two more production sharing contracts (PSCs) with Cuba, where it has oil and gas assets. The new blocks, 8A and 10, are located in Central and Northern Cuba and cover areas of 967 km2 and...
Dec 19, 2014
The expansion of Chilean copper company Codelco's El Teniente underground mine has fallen around two to three years behind schedule, CEO Nelson Pizarro said on Friday. Pizarro, who took the helm at the world's No 1 copper producer earlier this year, added that the...
Dec 19, 2014
Colombia's Environment Ministry announced it had fixed the boundaries of an ecologically delicate moorland in the country's northeast, a decision that would affect two of three miners with a licence to explore or develop mining there. Environment Minister Gabriel...
Dec 19, 2014
People have tossed gold and silver pieces into Salvation Army holiday kettles but a gold tooth found this week in Kansas City was a local first, an organisation leader said on Friday. "It's the whole tooth, with the root and everything," said Rick Carroll, who is in...
 
 
 
 
Dec 19, 2014
ASX-listed junior Horseshoe Metals would have to wait for an increase in commodity prices before considering the development of its Horseshoe Lights copper-gold project, in Western Australia. A scoping study into the project, which is estimated to host some...
Dec 19, 2014
The prices of liquefied natural gas (LNG) may be put under pressure in 2015, given the relatively low oil price environment, and the uncertain demand from China, advisory firm Wood Mackenzie (WoodMac) reported this week. In its Horizons outlook report, WoodMac...
Dec 19, 2014
ASX-listed developer Kin Mining on Friday announced the potential of a near-term production opportunity at its recently acquired Leonora gold project, in Western Australia. The company told shareholders that following the interrogation of the Leonora database, the...
Dec 19, 2014
Uranium developer Vimy Resources, previously known as Energy and Minerals Australia, has reported a 60% increase in the resource estimate at Princess deposit, at its Mulga Rock uranium project in Western Australia. The Princess deposit is now estimated to host a...
Dec 19, 2014
Iron-ore miner BC Iron and fellow-listed Mineral Resources have amended the terms of the existing Iron Valley iron-ore sales agreement, in an effort to negate the declining market conditions. Mineral Resources signed the initial Iron Valley agreement with Iron Ore...
Dec 19, 2014
Oil and gas major Santos has secured an additional $1-billion bilateral bank loan facility, to enhance the company’s liquidity profile and financial flexibility. CFO Andrew Seaton said that the new three-year facility further strengthened the company’s conservative...
Dec 19, 2014
Junior gold developer Blackham Resources was hoping to start production at its 4.4-million ounce Matilda project, in Western Australia, by the end of 2015, pending financing. The company reported on Friday that discussions were ongoing with a number of potential...
Dec 19, 2014
Peru approved the environmental study for Southern Copper's $1.2-billion expansion of its Toquepala mine, a project expected to raise copper output by 100 000 t/y, the government said on Thursday. Construction on the expansion, which will add a new concentrator at...
Dec 19, 2014
Saskatchewan-focused potash project developer Karnalyte Resources on Thursday said it had received a shareholder-meeting requisition from company founder, former president, CEO and director Robin Phinney. TSX-listed Karnalyte said the board was asked to call a...
Dec 19, 2014
The chief inspector of mines for British Columbia has approved an amendment to the Mount Polley Mine Corporation Mines Act permit to allow the company to start repairs of the breach in its tailings storage facility dam. The repair work was part of the long-term...
 
 
 
 
Dec 19, 2014
Zinc-focused, base metals mining company Trevali Mining on Thursday reported that its Caribou mine and mill complex project remained on track and within budget, with commissioning still expected to start in the first half of next year. The Caribou zinc/lead/silver...
Dec 18, 2014
Falling commodity prices have forced the Queensland government to slash nearly a A$1-billion from forecast state revenues for 2014/15. Treasurer Tim Nicholls on Thursday revised the full year revenue from t he previous A$50.1-billion to A$49.1-billion, to reflect...
Dec 18, 2014
Nickel miner Poseidon Nickel on Thursday extended the expected completion date of the Black Swan operation, from the end of this calendar year until March next year. However, MD and CEO David Singleton said that the extension to the completion deadline would not...
Dec 18, 2014
The gloves have come off in the battle between ASX-listed KBL Mining and its creditor Kidman Resources, with KBL on Thursday launching legal proceedings against Kidman in the New South Wales Supreme Court. Earlier this month, Kidman issued an event of default on a...
Dec 18, 2014
Junior miner Crater Gold Mining has started mining at its High Grade Zone (HGZ) project, at the Crater Mountain mine, in Papua New Guinea. The start of mining at Crater Mountain comes in the wake of Crater securing a mining lease, and successfully concluding a...
Dec 18, 2014
Oil and gas producer Woodside has finalised an agreement with major BP over a farm-in offshore the Scotian basin, in Canada. Woodside on Thursday told shareholders that it would acquire a 20% participating interest in four exploration licenses in the Scotian basin,...
Dec 18, 2014
ASX-listed junior Radar Iron was looking to amend the sales agreement of its Yerecoin project buy, after the company was forced to abandon a A$4.6-million rights issue. In September this year, Radar announced its plans to raise A$5.5-million through a rights issue...
Dec 18, 2014
The receivers and managers of iron-ore junior Pluton Resources were in the process of formulating a long-term mining and operations plan for the Cockatoo Island project, the company said this week. In November this year, project house Watpac was ordered to undertake...
Dec 18, 2014
Gold miner Doray Minerals on Thursday increased its 2015 production expectations for the Andy Well operation, in Western Australia, o the back of a 67% increase in the openpit mining inventory at the Wilber Stage 2 openpit operation. The mine was now expected to...
Dec 18, 2014
Venezuela has restarted production from the Loma de Niquel ferronickel asset it took from mining giant Anglo American in 2012 after cancelling its licences, data from an industry body showed this week. Information on Venezuela is patchy but the International Nickel...
 
 
 
 
Dec 18, 2014
A US District Court judge had on Tuesday dismissed a consolidated putative securities class action lawsuit that had been filed in the Southern District of New York against Rio Tinto subsidiary Turquoise Hill Resources and certain of its officers and directors, in...
Dec 18, 2014
TSX- and NYSE-listed Kinross Gold on Wednesday said it had completed the divestment of all of its interest in Aurelian Resources and the Fruta del Norte project, in Ecuador, to Fortress Minerals, a member of the Lundin Group of Companies, for $240-million. Payment...
Dec 18, 2014
Diversified Canadian miner Teck Resources on Wednesday reported that it had made the first shipment of zinc and lead ore in concentrate from its restarted Pend Oreille operations, in north-eastern Washington State, across the border to its nearby Trail operations, in...
Dec 18, 2014
US gold mine output during the first nine months had slid 7% year-over-year, hurt in part by lower production from the world’s two largest gold miners by output, Toronto-based Barrick Gold and Denver-headquartered Newmont Mining. In its latest ‘Mineral Industry...
Dec 18, 2014
The US’s largest primary silver producer Coeur Mining on Wednesday announced that it had agreed to buy Paramount Gold and Silver for $146-million in scrip, giving Coeur control over Paramount’s San Miguel project that covers about 121 000 ha surrounding Coeur’s...
 
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