0 COMMENTSThe most critical challenge miners needed to deal with during the next 12 months was to deliver on their promises of cost savings and regain the confidence of the capital markets, professional services firm KPMG Canada’s mining industry leader,...
19th September 2014
PRECIOUS METALS STREAMING
0 COMMENTSThe current sideways-to-down market was providing good opportunities for the handful of precious metals streaming firms which were consistently turning a profit – albeit at lower margins – despite the continued doggedly low commodity price...
17th September 2014
0 COMMENTSPrecious metals miner Primero Mining now expects to produce between 220 000 and 240 000 gold-equivalent ounces at a cash cost per ounce of between $675 and $725 in 2014. This represented a modest drop in output and a modest increase in costs when...
16th September 2014
0 COMMENTSPrecious metals company Newstrike Capital on Monday reported that the results of an independent technical report for a National Instrument 43-101 preliminary economic assessment (PEA) supported its view that Ana Paula was one of the best...
15th September 2014
0 COMMENTSThe world’s largest primary silver producer, London-listed Fresnillo, has agreed to buy Newmont Mining’s 44% stake in its Mexican joint venture for $450-million in cash. The deal would secure Fresnillo a foothold in Mexico’s gold industry, giving...
12th September 2014
0 COMMENTSInstead of scrapping the century-old London Gold Fix altogether, gold industry role-players are calling for the modernisation of the method used to determine global gold price benchmarks, which is currently the subject of ‘intense’ debate, but not...
By: Chantelle Kotze
12th September 2014
0 COMMENTSYamana Gold on Wednesday said it would return to the drawing board and evaluate other gold extraction methods after the carbon-in-leach (CIL) circuit at C1 Santa Luz, in eastern Brazil, failed to achieve its designed recoveries owing to several...
10th September 2014
0 COMMENTSASX-listed Southern Cross Goldfields has announced it would spend A$375 000 to acquire the Wonawinta silver project, in New South Wales, from the now defunct Cobar Consolidated Resources. Cobar was placed in administration in March, after...
8th September 2014
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