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By: Henry Lazenby Canadian uranium explorer U3O8 Corp has signed an exploration agreement with the provincial petroleum and mining company of Chubut province, Argentina, which would allow it to explore properties located next to its own Laguna Salada uranium deposit. Should it succeed to define resources on the... →
By: Henry Lazenby Mexican mining giant Grupo Mexico subsidiary Southern Copper has reported a 12.7% slide in profit for the three months ended March 31, as expenses related to the Sonora river spill last year impacted the bottom line. The NYSE- and BVL-listed miner reported net income of $282.4-million, which was... →
By: Reuters Peru's energy and mines minister said on Friday the government could ask Southern Copper to make further changes to its $1.4-billion Tia Maria project if needed after protests by farmers turned deadly this week. Rosa Maria Ortiz said the government was focused on restarting talks with opponents... →
By: Kim Cloete South African mining and energy adviser Ted Blom has raised a litany of concerns about the state of power utility Eskom and has warned of runaway costs and shortfalls in coal and water, as well as rail capacity. Blom was surprised by the recent buoyancy shown by Eskom acting CEO Brian Molefe, who... →
By: Natasha Odendaal Canadian exploration company Savary Gold has started a 15 000 m drill programme at its Karankasso project, in Burkina Faso. The project was a joint venture between Savary and West Africa-focused gold explorer Sarama Resources. →
By: Reuters Zambia's fiscal deficit will exceed the targeted 4.6% of gross domestic product in 2015 due to weaker copper prices and changes to the mining tax regime, a senior Treasury official said on Friday. Mike Masiye, the director of budget in the ministry of finance, said copper prices had collapsed to... →
By: Ilan Solomons China’s Go West strategy of encouraging coastal to inland flow of capital and people will result in the formation of a new commodity superhighway, says advisory firm Wood Mackenzie (Woodmac). This new superhighway will impact the energy trade flows within China and externally, through the new... →
By: Terence Creamer Acting Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama, who was appointed to the position following the surprise secondment of Brian Molefe to Eskom, has placed revenue diversification at the top of his list of immediate priorities, with the weak commodity outlook seen as having the potential to undermine the... →