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Benchmark ferrochrome price settled 6% lower – Merafe

By: Martin Creamer 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 of the fourth quarter of 2014. 

Benchmark ferrochrome price settled 6% lower – Merafe
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Ferrochrome production at Glencore-Merafe's Lion smelter

IMF urges Zambia to resolve tax issues with mining companies

By: Reuters 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 

Horseshoe waits for better days

By: Esmarie Swanepoel 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 12.85-million tonnes of resource,... 

LNG suppliers hoping for increased demand from China - WoodMac

By: Esmarie Swanepoel 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 analyst noted that during 2014,... 

LNG suppliers hoping for increased demand from China - WoodMac

Kin identifies possible early start at Leonora

By: Esmarie Swanepoel 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 company has identified... 

Vimy adds to Mulga Rock resource

By: Esmarie Swanepoel 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 resource of 3.8-million tonnes,... 

Falling prices prompt BC and MinRes to amend agreement

By: Esmarie Swanepoel 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 Holdings (IOH) in February last... 

Santos gest a $1bn buffer

By: Esmarie Swanepoel 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 liquidity profile. 

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