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Jubilee set to acquire Sable Zinc refinery  

By: Nadine James     22nd March 2019 Dual-listed Jubilee Metals on Friday announced that it has executed a share purchase agreement for the acquisition of the Sable Zinc refinery in Kabwe, Zambia. The refinery is situated immediately adjacent to the large stockpiles of zinc, lead and vanadium that Jubilee has contracted from BMR Group. 

Paulson says will not support Newmont takeover bid for Goldcorp

By: Reuters     22nd March 2019 Paulson & Co Inc will not support Newmont Mining's planned $10-billion takeover of rival Goldcorp Inc as the premium offered is unjustified, the investor said in a letter on Thursday. The transaction is dilutive to Newmont shareholders and only Goldcorp shareholders would benefit from the deal's... 

Climate challenge harder than it seems, JP Morgan executive warns

By: Bloomberg     20th March 2019 The world isn’t cutting carbon emissions anywhere near quickly enough, a senior executive at JP Morgan Asset Management told clients this week – and changing that will require far harder choices than most people realise. In his annual 'Energy Outlook' report, Michael Cembalest, chairperson of... 

NY battery plant gets $52m term sheet

By: Esmarie Iannucci     18th March 2019 The Imperium3 consortium, in which ASX-listed Magnis Energy Technologies holds an effective 47% share, has secured a $52-million term sheet to develop a battery plant in New York. Magnis on Monday told shareholders that the term sheet was issued after an eight-week due diligence process on the... 

The coal miner who bet everything on US power markets and lost

By: Bloomberg     18th March 2019 Eleven years ago, Cloud Peak Energy made an all-or-nothing bet its rivals were unwilling to match: that coal would remain indispensable to the US power sector. That gamble has now pushed it to the brink of bankruptcy. 

Fiat recall leaves palladium buyers bracing for 'supply shock'

By: Bloomberg     14th March 2019 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’s recall of almost 900 0000 gasoline-fueled vehicles could spur additional demand for the palladium market that’s already reeling from shortages. Replacing the catalytic converters in these vehicles would require an additional 77 000 oz of palladium, said Miguel... 

When paying $1 for a coal power plant is still paying too much

By: Bloomberg     12th March 2019 One dollar. That’s how much an aging New Mexico coal plant is worth. And by some estimates, even that may be too much. Acme Equities, a New York-based holding company, is in talks to buy the 847-MW San Juan Generating Station for $1, after four of its five owners decided to shut it down. The... 

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