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FLSmidth now supplies the 660mᵌ SuperCell™ flotation cell which is the largest operating flotation cell in the world, which can be fitted with forced air or self-aspirated mechanisms. One of them is the nextSTEP™ advanced flotation mechanism, the newest design for forced air flotation technology. The nextSTEP rotor/stator combination demonstrates significant improvement in both metallurgical performance and energy efficiency over traditional forced-air designs.

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China's Tianqi Lithium seeks up to $1bn in Hong Kong listing - sources

By: Reuters     20th August 2018 China's Tianqi Lithium Corp is looking to raise up to $1-billion in its Hong Kong stock market flotation, despite this year's fall in lithium prices, two people close to the deal told Reuters. The company, the world's second largest lithium producer by sales, on Friday filed plans for Hong... 

Laboratory to expand services, product range

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     17th August 2018 Sandton-based chemical reagents supplier and distributor, Axis House, plans to considerably expand its metallurgical laboratory in the Western Cape, as well as its laboratory services and product range, as it believes that using specifically developed chemical reagents in the base metals... 

Battery boom spurs quest to resurrect World War II cobalt mines

By: Bloomberg     15th August 2018 The giant rocky outcrop known by locals as La Cobaltera offers a glimpse into northern Chile’s mining past, and a hint of its future. Slag from an ancient furnace is piled at the entrance of a mine shaft that hasn’t seen commercial activity since World War II. Inside, eucalyptus posts still... 

Century produces first zinc concentrate

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     13th August 2018 The Century zinc mine, in Queensland, has produced its first zinc concentrate, owner New Century Resources reported. The company on Monday said that the start of tailings slurry flotation at Century presented an important milestone, demonstrating the initial proof of concept for the large-scale... 

Omagh processing plant starts operating

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2018 The recently upgraded processing plant at the Omagh gold mine has started operating, using feed from the underground development of the Kearney gold vein, Toronto- and London-listed Galantas Gold reported on Wednesday. The processing plant is expected to operate part time until production... 

Updated study increases Frieda River mine life, production forecast

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     6th August 2018 The Frieda River copper/gold project, in Papua New Guinea, could produce more copper and gold over a longer period than previously thought, ASX-listed Highlands Pacific reported on Monday. Highlands, which owns a 20% interest in the joint venture (JV) project, told shareholders that partner... 

Sylvania achieves record production of 4E ounces in Q4

By: Simone Liedtke     31st July 2018 Aim-listed Sylvania Platinum achieved record production of 20 278 oz of platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold (4E) platinum group metals (PGMs) in the fourth quarter, ended June 30. This resulted in production of 71 026 oz of 4E for the financial year. 

Petropavlovsk decreases FY18 guidance following project delays

By: Marleny Arnoldi     30th July 2018 Russian gold miner Petropavlovsk has worked to stabilise and restore momentum to the company after a difficult year. In a trading update for the six months to June 30, released on Monday, the company said this work included initiating a review of the company’s activities, a formal process to... 

The total cost of ownership of an AODD pump

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2018 Air operated double diaphragm pumps are found in a huge number of applications in the mining industry. Their attractive total cost of ownership is one of their key advantages. AODD pumps are excellent all-round pumps for the mining industry, performing a range of applications from the transfer of... 

Innovation ‘coming out of the lab, into the field’ – Anglo

By: Martin Creamer     26th July 2018 The comprehensive technology and innovation programme being intensively conducted by diversified mining major Anglo American is coming “out of the lab and into the field”, the company told Mining Weekly Online on Thursday, when it reported continued performance improvement in the six months to... 

First Majestic production hits record, 2018 production guidance hiked

By: Simone Liedtke     17th July 2018 Total production from dual-listed First Majestic’s seven operating silver mines reached a new company record of 5.1-million ounces of silver equivalent in the second quarter, comprising 2.8-million ounces of silver, 25 449 oz of gold, 3.9-million pounds of lead and 1.4-million pounds of zinc. The... 

Mining pursuing optimisation, innovation to increase profits

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     13th July 2018 Sandton-based chemical reagent supplier and distributor Axis House believes mining in Africa is moving towards process optimisation through innovation to reduce costs and increase profits, explains Axis House group general manager Justine Stubbs. “Mines are optimising various processes to achieve... 

Bluejay's Dundas may be attractive to Rio Tinto – analysts

By: Mariaan Webb     12th July 2018 The closure of Rio Tinto's South African subsidiary Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) as a result of violent protests this week, may play into the hand of London- and Frankfurt-listed Bluejay Mining, which is developing the Dundas ilmenite project, in Greenland. The project is said to be the... 

Yauricocha mine, Peru

By: Thabi Madiba     6th July 2018 A silver/lead/zinc/copper/gold mine located in the Alis district, Yauyos province, in the Department of Lima, Peru. 

Vedanta starts commissioning activities at Gamsberg

By: Simone Liedtke     5th July 2018 Diversified mining company Vedanta Resources’ subsidiary Vedanta Zinc International (VZI) has started commissioning activities at its Gamsberg project, a greenfield mining project in the Northern Cape. Waste pre-stripping was completed by the end of June and ore production has started. 

AngloGold starts development of Vogue orebody to increase Sunrise Dam production

By: Simone Liedtke     5th July 2018 Development of the large, high-grade Vogue orebody at gold miner AngloGold Ashanti’s Sunrise Dam gold mine, in Western Australia, is now under way, with production expected to increase by 25% this year to about 300 000 oz. This development follows the commissioning of the miner’s Recovery Enhance... 

Centerra warns water shortage may slow Mt Milligan throughput in Q4

By: Mariaan Webb     5th July 2018 Toronto-headquartered Centerra Gold on Thursday warned that it might have to reduce the throughput level of its Mount Milligan operation, as the company continues to face water risks at the British Columbia mine. Centerra has applied for permits to access further groundwater and surface water,... 

Kropz eyeing dual listing

By: Martin Creamer     4th July 2018 Emerging plant nutrient producer Kropz is eyeing a dual listing on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange in addition to seeking admission to trade on the Aim in London, where it intends raising equity capital to fund the completion of its advanced-stage phosphates project in South Africa, cut debt... 

Feasibility study on Western Cape rare earths mine to be completed in 6 to 12 months

By: Anine Kilian     29th June 2018 The Steenkampskraal rare earths mine, owned by developer Steenkampskraal Holdings, in the Western Cape, is aiming to be a building block in a global rare earths supply chain independent of China. Manufacturers globally are expressing concern over China’s dominance of these strategic elements,... 

Aachen technology increases throughput, gold recovery

By: Donald Makhafola     29th June 2018 Mineral processing technology provider Maelgwyn Mineral Services Africa (MMSA) has developed its Aachen High Shear Reactor technology to such an extent that it has emerged as a key component in hydrometallurgical processes for several leading gold mining companies in Africa, says MMSA business... 

Feasibility study on Western Cape rare earths mine to be completed in 6 to 12 months

By: Anine Kilian     29th June 2018 The Steenkampskraal rare earths mine, owned by developer Steenkampskraal Holdings, in the Western Cape, is aiming to be a building block in a global rare earths supply chain independent of China. Manufacturers globally are expressing concern over China’s dominance of these strategic elements,... 

Pilgangoora produces first lithium fines concentrates

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     21st June 2018 ASX-listed Pilbara Minerals has produced its first concentrates at the Pilgangoora lithium/tantalum project, in Western Australia. MD Ken Brinsden said on Thursday that the production of initial fines concentrates was a significant and exciting milestone, coming just a week after the... 

Varvara hub, Kazakhstan

By: Sheila Barradas     15th June 2018 A gold/copper mine in the Kostanay region. 

Fortune may defer Saskatchewan metals processing plant

By: Mariaan Webb     14th June 2018 Project developer Fortune Minerals may defer its planned metals processing plant near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and may opt to sell concentrates from the flagship Nico mine directly to third parties, the company said on Thursday. The London, Ontario-based company has approval for a $200-million... 

Mitsubishi pays $600m to up stake in Anglo American’s Peru copper project

By: Mariaan Webb     14th June 2018 Diversified miner Anglo American has agreed to sell another 21.9% equity interest in its Quellaveco copper project, Peru, to Mitsubishi, increasing the Japanese group’s interest in the project to 40%. Mitsubishi will pay $600-million for the additional interest in Quellaveco, implying a... 

Outotec Floatforce Retrofit significantly improved metallurgical performance for Jinchuan Group

By: Creamer Media Reporter      13th June 2018 Outotec China successfully completed the 150m3 flotation cell retrofit project at Jinchuan Groups Ni-Cu facility in Jinchang. Background 

Mustang Resources finds more high-grade vanadium at Moz project

8th June 2018 Emerging multicommodity miner Mustang Resources’ latest assay results for the Caula vanadium/graphite project in northern Mozambique continue to underpin a strong economic outlook for the project, with the miner noting that a maiden vanadium resource is due soon. Mustang Resources announced last... 

Battery Minerals on track to produce graphite after raising A$20m

8th June 2018 Minerals explorer Battery Minerals is advancing its Montepuez graphite project in the north-west of Montepuez, Cabo Delgado, Mozambique following the latest fund-raising. The company has received financial commitments for A$20-million through a share placement at 6c a share. The proceeds will be... 

Second binding offtake highlights demand for graphite concentrate

8th June 2018 The external support for the Ancuabe graphite project in Cabo Delgado province, Mozambique in the form of a second binding offtake agreement signed last month, provides “strong” momentum for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC), financing and development objectives of the project,... 

Russia's Polyus to decide on Sukhoi Log gold mine by 2020/21

By: Reuters     7th June 2018 Russian gold miner Polyus said on Thursday it planned to make a final investment decision on Sukhoi Log, one of the world's largest untapped gold deposits, by 2020/21, when it would also begin capital spending on construction. Should a positive investment decision be made, production would start... 

Trilogy reports maiden cobalt resource estimate for Alaska project

By: Anine Kilian     6th June 2018 Alaska-focused mineral explorer Trilogy Metals on Monday reported a maiden 77-million-pound cobalt resource for its Bornite project. The resource estimate used assay data from drill holes completed by the company between 2011 and 2013 and re-sampled historic holes drilled in the 1960s and 1970s. 

Varvara hub, Kazakhstan

By: Sheila Barradas     1st June 2018 A gold/copper concentrate operation in the Kostanay region, north-west Kazakhstan. 

PanTerra pursues $25m damages claim against Dominican govt

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     24th May 2018 ASX-listed PanTerra Gold on Thursday told shareholders that it would pursue up to $25-million in damages from the Dominican government, over allegations that the government failed to meet its contractual obligations at the Las Lagunas tailings dam project. The Las Lagunas project involves the... 

Titan raises A$11m for Mirador acquisition

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     22nd May 2018 Peru-focused explorer Titan Minerals has raised A$11-million through a share placement to fund the acquisition of the Mirador copper and gold plant, and to fund exploration and development at its Torrecillas and San Santiago gold projects. The share placement, which was priced at 3c a share,... 

Mayskoye mine, Russia

By: Thabi Madiba     18th May 2018 A gold mine located in the Chaunski district of the Chukotka Autonomous region, in Russia. 

Desert Lion sets price for flotation plant development in Namibia

By: Simone Liedtke     17th May 2018 The Phase 1 flotation plant at TSX-listed Desert Lion Energy’s Namibian lithium operations is estimated to cost about C$7-million. The plant, with a processing capacity of between 350 000 t/y and 400 000 t/y, will be used to process the fines from the historic run-of-mines stockpiles at Desert... 

Azure looks at development options for Oposura

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th May 2018 ASX-listed Azure Minerals was investigating a number of development options at its Oposura zinc and lead-silver project, in Mexico. The company told shareholders that over a dozen metals trading companies and base metal smelters and shown interest in purchasing the zinc and lead-silver... 

Callinex jumps 35% on viable combined Nash Creek, Superjack PEA

By: Henry Lazenby     15th May 2018 Base metals-focused Callinex Mines has made public the results of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) examining the production of zinc from the combined 100%-owned Nash Creek and Superjack projects, located in New Brunswick’s prolific Bathurst Mining District, in Maritime Canada. The PEA... 

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