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First mover Noront shifts RoF focus to Cu/Zn exploration

By: Henry Lazenby     8th December 2017 With the first commitments in place to build roads into Northern Ontario’s emerging Ring of Fire (RoF) mining camp, regional first mover Noront Resources is taking the opportunity to continue to build out its inventory of polymetallic resources by prioritising copper/zinc targets for exploration... 

SA firm takes first steps into US market with new blasting technology

By: Mia Breytenbach     8th December 2017 With growth for the Axxis blasting technology having increased substantially each year over the past five years, Africa-based blasting and explosives leader BME has, in enhancing the brand’s growth, taken its first steps into the US market. The company conducted six successful test blasts in... 

Gold-backed ETFs increased by 9.1 t in November

By: Schalk Burger     6th December 2017 Gold-backed exchange-traded funds (ETFs) grew by 9.1 t during November, World Gold Council (WGC) data showed on Wednesday. With global gold-backed ETFs collectively holding 2 357 t, funds added 198 t of gold, equivalent to $8.5-billion, so far this year, which represents an increase of 8.3% in... 

Glencore-Canada venture hitched to low-carbon economy shift

By: Martin Creamer     5th December 2017 The joint venture partnership Glencore struck with a Canadian pension plan on Tuesday provides exposure to commodities that benefit from a low-carbon economy. BaseCore Metals, a 50:50 partnership centred on base metals streams and royalties, involves Glencore Canada Corporation contributing a... 

Union for striking workers reaches tentative labour deal at Quebec zinc refinery

By: Reuters     24th November 2017 The United Steelworkers said on Thursday it reached a tentative agreement with Noranda Income Fund on a new labour deal for 371 striking workers at a zinc refinery in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec. Zinc output at the plant, operated by a subsidiary of global mining giant and trader Glencore,... 

Sasol’s new strategy shuns GTL as specialty chemicals emerge as key growth driver

By: Terence Creamer     23rd November 2017 Chemicals and energy group Sasol is preparing to sell several assets, including its Canadian shale gas assets, following an overhaul of its corporate strategy, which eschews any further greenfield gas-to-liquids (GTL) investments in favour of smaller acquisitions and projects of between... 

Cobalt One shareholders approve merger with First Cobalt

By: Anine Kilian     21st November 2017 Junior cobalt miner Cobalt One’s shareholders have approved a merger with Toronto-based First Cobalt, which means that the companies are one step closer to creating the largest pure-play cobalt company in the world. Cobalt One announced on Monday that 99.995% of the shareholders’ votes were in... 

Bushveld Energy and Partners Deploy Eskom's First Vanadium Redox Flow Battery

     21st November 2017 Bushveld Minerals Limited , a mineral project development company with a portfolio of vanadium and coal assets in Southern Africa and an investment in tin, is pleased to announce that its 84%-owned energy subsidiary, Bushveld Energy Limited ("Bushveld Energy") has confirmed its first vanadium... 

India's US coal imports highest since 2015, seen up further on ban

By: Reuters     20th November 2017 India's coal imports from North America quadrupled to 2.1-million tonnes in October from a year ago, the highest since at least January 2015, Thomson Reuters data showed, and buyers are looking to boost purchases amid a domestic shortage of the fuel. A ban on the use of petroleum coke, a dirtier... 

German minerals firm K&S lifts Q3 earnings, adjusts Canada mine ramp-up

By: Mariaan Webb     15th November 2017 German potash and salt producer K+S on Wednesday reaffirmed its earnings forecast for the full year, as it posted higher third-quarter revenue and earnings. The Kassel-headquartered company, which has production sites in Europe, North America and South America, increased its revenue by 6%... 

Announcing noteworthy diamond finds keeps market interest high – Paragon International

By: Henry Lazenby     10th November 2017 A review of 61 diamond finds over the past five years, which were significant enough to warrant press releases by the companies that mined them, shows that announcing the diamond finds publicly keeps market interest high, said diamond investment specialist Paragon International Wealth Management... 

Africa’s first coltan smelter established in Tanzania

By: Robyn Wilkinson     10th November 2017 Mining and metals company AB Minerals is partnering with the African Minerals and Geoscience Centre (AMGC) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, to establish the first columbite-tantalite (coltan) smelter in Africa. 

SA Hippo Flameproof Submersible Slurry Pump Goes To Houston.

     1st November 2017 TARGA RESOURCES, with its headquarters in Houston, Texas, is a leading provider of midstream services in North America and is primarily engaged in the business of gathering, compressing, treating, processing gas, crude oil and the selling of refined petroleum products. At the TARGA RESOURCES’... 

Freeport trades lower on earnings miss as production falls

By: Henry Lazenby     25th October 2017 The NYSE-listed equity of the world’s second-largest publicly traded copper miner by market capitalisation traded as much as 3.87% lower on Wednesday, despite confidently beating earnings forecasts as lower-than-expected output weighed on investor sentiment. For the three months ended September... 

Bullish Caterpillar rebounds, beats Q3 profit, revenue forecasts

By: Henry Lazenby     24th October 2017 US industrial equipment manufacturer Caterpillar has surprised investors with a significantly higher profit for the three months ended September, as higher sales volume and its focus on cost discipline resulted in improved profit margins across the three main business segments. The Deerfield,... 

Global steel production for 9 months to Sept up 5.6% y/y

By: Anine Kilian     23rd October 2017 Global crude steel production for the first nine months of this year reached 1.27-billion tonnes – a 5.6% year-on-year increase. The World Steel Association (worldsteel) on Monday reported that Asia had produced 876.3-million tonnes of crude steel in the first nine months of this year, an... 

Bauma CONEXPO AFRICA: numerous industry leaders on board

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th October 2017 The economic comeback of Sub-Sahara and positive market opportunities in South Africa are reflected in the number of companies that have already signed up for the upcoming bauma CONEXPO AFRICA. The third international trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining... 

Miners need to focus on long-term economic benefits

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th October 2017 To alter the cheaper-cost mindset miners sometimes adopt in trying economic times, explosives technical services company R.A. McClure president Robert McClure recommends focusing on long-term downstream gains and valuable technological investments.  

North America only region to record positive gold ETF flows in Sept – WGC

By: Henry Lazenby     4th October 2017 North America has added the most physical gold holdings that back shares of an exchange traded fund (ETF) of all the regions, the World Gold Council (WGC) revealed in its October ‘Gold ETF holdings update’, published on Wednesday. During the month of September, North America led inflows for the... 

RCT’s agility and adaptability in demand

     3rd October 2017 The majority of mine sites today utilise a mixed fleet in their operations; acquiring machines that best suit their needs at different stages of the mining process. As companies look towards bringing automation and information gathering into the forefront of their operations; it is important they... 

‘Material, newsworthy’ diamond finds on the rise – analyst

By: Henry Lazenby     3rd October 2017 There has been a marked increase in the number of publicly reported special diamond finds in recent years, with 61 of 66 press-released diamond finds in the last nine years taking place in the last five years, noted independent diamond industry analyst and consultant Paul Zimnisky in a new report... 

Stornoway upbeat on possible solution to lower Renard diamond breakage

By: Henry Lazenby     2nd October 2017 Ongoing diamond breakage in the Renard process plant is reducing the proportion of larger diamonds available for sale and dimming revenue prospects for Quebec-focused miner Stornoway Diamond Corp, at a time when market sentiment for Renard’s precious gems is on the rise. However, president, CEO... 

Cruz Cobalt expands Chicken Hawk landholdings

By: Henry Lazenby     29th September 2017 Cobalt exploration junior Cruz Cobalt has expanded its landholdings at the Chicken Hawk cobalt project, in Deer Lodge county, Montana, adding a further 30 claims to enlarge the prospect to 785 ha. The TSX-V-quoted company earlier this month mobilised exploration crews to the project site to... 

Novo supports Calidus raising

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     27th September 2017 Junior explorer Calidus Resources will raise up to A$10-million in a share placement to investors in Australia, Asia and North America. The ASX-listed company on Wednesday announced that about 243.9-million shares would be issued at a price of 4.1c a share to new and existing institutional and... 

Tungsten-focused Thor moves diversified portfolio up value curve as commodity prices rally

By: Henry Lazenby     26th September 2017 Australian junior Thor Mining is pushing ahead with its diversified portfolio of tungsten/copper/lithium projects in Australia and the US, in the hope of capitalising on rising metals prices. The Sydney-based explorer and project developer, which has equity listings on the ASX and LSE’s Aim,... 

SA platinum miners enter recycling market despite ‘mixed’ expectations

By: David Oliveira     22nd September 2017 Despite the mixed performance and expectations of the recycling industry, local platinum producers Sibanye and Northam Platinum this year entered the platinum-group metals (PGMs) recycling market. Platinum recycling is projected to decline by 6% year-on-year to 1.76-million ounces this year,... 

SA platinum miners enter recycling market despite ‘mixed’ expectations

By: David Oliveira     22nd September 2017 Despite the mixed performance and expectations of the recycling industry, local platinum producers Sibanye Resources and Northam Platinum this year entered the platinum-group metals (PGM) recycling market. Platinum recycling is projected to decline by 6% year-on-year to 1.76-million ounces this... 

Platinum mining to play role in emerging sector

By: Simone Liedtke     22nd September 2017 With there being a global increase in demand for all fuel cells, with low temperature platinum bearing fuel cells seeing the largest increase in market pull, independent analysis and advisory firm 4th Energy Wave CEO Dr Kerry-Ann Adamson believes that this creates an increasing opportunity for... 

PotashRidge to spin out Quebec assets; Encanto secures C$100m for Muskowekwan work

By: Henry Lazenby     21st September 2017 Despite a potash glut, junior project developers are making steady progress developing the next generation of mines that will provide plant nutrients needed to cater for exploding food demand across the globe. TSX-listed PotashRidge announced on Wednesday that it would spin out its Quebec assets... 

Kal Tire Proving Itself in Australia

     18th September 2017 Kal Tire’s Mining Tire Group showcases growing Australian team, reach and innovation at AIMEX Sydney, Aust ralia—Kal Tire’s Mining Tire Group has never wavered in its resolve to provide customers around the world with mining tyre services and products that create a competitive advantage for their... 

Bullish outlook for Canadian crude, natural gas provides investment opportunities

By: Henry Lazenby     15th September 2017 Two reports issued this week point to a significantly increased global appetite for fossil fuels like oil and gas, presenting an investment opportunity for energy speculators. While renewables are forecast to be the fastest-growing energy source, fossil fuels will continue to be important and... 

Coal market boom casts bullish trajectory for Corsa as it prowls for M&A ops

By: Henry Lazenby     14th September 2017 Surprising as it may seem, coal demand is at an all-time high, with the current heydays spelling “good profits and rising margins” for several miners in this space, including US-focused Corsa Coal. The TSX-V-listed miner, which produces coal from six mines, has one development mine and operates... 

Master Drilling posts resilient interim results, continues technological innovation focus

By: Mia Breytenbach     12th September 2017 Two additional machines and the impact of favourable foreign-exchange movements have contributed to a 12.5% increase in JSE-listed drilling services provider Master Drilling’s revenue to $60.5-million for the six months ended June 30. The group added two raise-bore machines during the period... 

Information systems in the field for 10+ years

     8th September 2017 The phrase ‘information is power’ is a widely used term. However, RCT believes its relevant information that empowers customers; which is why for the past 10 years, the company has been providing exactly that. This information journey began in 2005 when RCT saw the opportunity to expand into a... 

Humidity, moisture sensors see growth

     8th September 2017 The need for optimal safety, high yield and combustion value to ensure process integrity is spurring double-digit growth and adoption of humidity and moisture sensors in various industries, including the mining and minerals processing industry, states market research company Frost & Sullivan.  

Assore posts record headline earnings

By: Ilan Solomons     8th September 2017 Mining investment holding company Assore achieved a 199% increase in headline earnings to R5.2-billion for the financial year to June 30, compared with R1.7-billion in the previous year. Attributable earnings amounted to R5-billion, which was an improvement of 226% from 2016, which was also a... 

New EnviroLeach process poised to transform metals extraction as we know it

By: Henry Lazenby     6th September 2017 A small Vancouver-based start-up company has created a new environment-friendly chemical process with the potential to disruptively transform metal extraction in the mining and electronic waste (e-waste) sectors, akin to the application of cyanide for gold extraction, which revolutionised the... 

Jakarta bound for Mining 2017 Indonesia

     5th September 2017 RCT is joining channel partner Linindo Pacific International (LPI) in Jakarta for Mining Indonesia, from September 13 – 16. The 18th International Mining and Minerals Recovery Exhibition is Asia’s largest mining equipment exhibition; providing a professional platform for the industry to do... 

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