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By: Henry Lazenby 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 complete the joint harmonised... →
By: Henry Lazenby 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 common earth moving activities,... →
By: Henry Lazenby 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 2014 forecasts for gold and... →
By: Henry Lazenby 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 261 km2, respectively. →
By: Reuters 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 produces about 30 000 oz/y of gold... →
By: Reuters 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 increases were passed into law in... →
By: Reuters 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 El Teniente expansion will... →
By: Reuters 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 Vallejo said 100 000 ha of land... →