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Quebec asbestos tailings recycler receives federal funding

By: Mariaan Webb     19th October 2018 Privately-owned Alliance Magnesium has received C$12-million in funding from the federal government to support the second phase of demonstrating its technology to extract magnesium from asbestos tailings. The announcement by International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau on Friday comes... 

Avesoro New Liberty mineral resources upgrades

19th October 2018 West African gold producer Avesoro Resources has successfully increased the measured and indicated mineral resource at its New Liberty gold mine in Liberia to more than 1.1-million ounces. “The completion of the infill drilling campaign at New Liberty has improved the confidence in the estimated... 

Jubilee reports solid Q3 performance, growing demand

By: Simone Liedtke     17th October 2018 AltX- and Aim-listed Jubilee Metals has seen a growing demand from both small and global mining companies wanting to work with Jubilee to access the metals available in mine waste, CEO Leon Coetzer said on Wednesday. This statement comes amid the diversified metals recovery company having... 

Greek PM-wannabe says unblocking Skouries a priority

By: Bloomberg     17th October 2018 Kyriakos Mitsotakis says he’s a man with a mission. The leader of New Democracy, currently Greece’s main opposition party – who will become Prime Minister if his party wins general elections next year – says what the country needs more than anything else is investment. With that in mind, he says... 

Samarco could begin partial production in 2020 after dam burst – Vale CEO

By: Reuters     17th October 2018 Samarco, a joint mining venture between Brazil's Vale and BHP Billiton, could resume production at a third of its capacity at the beginning of 2020, Vale's CEO said on Tuesday. Samarco halted operations in late 2015 after one of its dams collapsed, killing 19 people and causing one of Brazil's... 

Plea for govt to awaken to massive economic potential of mining  

By: Martin Creamer     10th October 2018 A plea for the government to awaken to the massive real potential of the South African mining sector was made on Wednesday by Eunomix CEO Claude Baissac, who decried the disincentivising of South African mining over the past 20 years as an inexplicable paradox and a massive mineral policy... 

Avesoro on track to convert 1Moz from resources to reserves

By: Marleny Arnoldi     10th October 2018 TSX- and Aim-listed Avesoro Resources has reported positive drill results from its Ouaré and Gassore West deposits, and the discovery of two mineralised vein systems that are 1.5 km east of the company’s Youga gold processing plant, in Burkina Faso. Avesoro aims to convert 1-million ounces of... 

Kaefer Innovations Day

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th October 2018 We would like to invite you to join us. As we Celebrate our centenary! through Kaefer Innovations Day. Date: 16th November 2018 Time: 09:00 - 17:00 Venue: 7 Nywerheid street, Germiston 1401, Gauteng 

ERG bets on cobalt from Congo in quest for growth

By: Reuters     9th October 2018 Eurasian Resources Group (ERG) plans to ramp up cobalt output at its Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) facility as it expects the electric car industry to boost demand for the metal, ERG CE Benedikt Sobotka told Reuters. ERG, a global mining and metals group with Kazakh roots, aims to raise... 

Lynas shares jump on Malaysia review comments

By: Reuters     5th October 2018 Shares in Australian rare earths miner Lynas Corp jumped 12% on Friday after Malaysia's prime minister downplayed the roles of two Lynas critics in an environmental review of its processing plant in the country. Concerns that Malaysia's newly elected government could close down Lynas'... 

Brazil authorities question Hydro move to halt Alunorte operations

By: Reuters     5th October 2018 The Brazilian state of Para on Thursday said it was surprised when Norsk Hydro decided a day earlier to halt operations at Alunorte, the world's largest alumina refinery, and asked for a report explaining the decision. Brazilian regulators in February ordered Hydro to slash output by half at the... 

Mines urged to do ‘all they can’ to limit pollution from used oil

By: Nadine James     5th October 2018 The mining industry consumes about 25% of the country’s lubricants - accounting for approximately 300-million litres of oil a year, of which 40% is potentially recyclable used oil, notes the Recycling Oil Saves the Environment (ROSE) Foundation. The organisation notes that used-oil is classified... 

Coal reaching $100/t in Europe boosts greener alternatives

By: Bloomberg     4th October 2018 Coal’s push to $100/t in Europe may benefit the greenest energy providers more than it does for miners. Companies that provide alternatives ranging from renewable power plants to natural gas turbines are expecting a lift after the commodity reached a five-year high. Far from spurring a revival... 

Leading Edge announces potential graphene JV in Sweden

By: Mariaan Webb     3rd October 2018 TSX-V-listed Leading Edge Materials has signed a nonbinding letter of intent (LOI) with private Swedish company Graphmatech, defining a pathway to form a binding joint venture (JV) between the companies to produce graphene at the Woxna graphite mine. Announcing the LOI on Wednesday, Leading Edge... 

Hydro shuts Brazil alumina refinery and bauxite mine

By: Mariaan Webb     3rd October 2018 Norwegian aluminium company Norsk Hydro on Wednesday announced that it would shut down its Alunorte alumina refinery and its Paragominas bauxite mine, in Brazil, owing to a dispute with authorities over water discharges from the refinery. The refinery – the world’s largest alumina producer – has... 

Finders reports another wall failure

By: Esmarie Iannucci     3rd October 2018 Junior Finders Resources has reported a wall failure within the Kali Kuning openpit operation at its Wetar copper project, in Indonesia. The company on Wednesday said that some 300 000 bank cubic meters of waste rock from the north-eastern highwall was displaced into the pit on October 1,... 

Vale, BHP reach final deal with prosecutors over Brazil disaster

By: Reuters     3rd October 2018 Brazilian prosecutors in Minas Gerais state said on Tuesday they reached a final compensation deal with mining companies Samarco, Vale and BHP Billiton regarding a 2015 dam burst, Brazil's largest ever environmental disaster. According to a statement from prosecutors released late on Tuesday, the... 

Study confirms ‘quality, size’ of Copper Mountain’s Eva

By: Esmarie Iannucci     2nd October 2018 Dual-listed Copper Mountain Mining has estimated that its Eva copper project, in Queensland, would require a capital investment of $350-million to develop. A feasibility study, results of which were announced on Tuesday, found that the project would produce 334-million tonnes of ore and waste... 

Mine digitisation accelerates to ensure profitability

By: Paige Müller     28th September 2018 Professional services firm and corporate partner sponsor of this year’s Joburg Indaba, Deloitte, says the tough operating conditions in the mining industry have resulted in the accelerated uptake of digitisation at South African mines. Deloitte Africa energy and resources leader Andrew Lane – who... 

Julcani mine, Peru

By: Sheila Barradas     28th September 2018 A silver mine located in the region of Huancavelica, Peru. 

Alaska’s Peak Gold PEA published

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th September 2018 The joint venture partner in Peak Gold have published the preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for the gold project, near Tok, Alaska, detailing the “attractive” economics of the openpit operation at a gold price of $1 250/oz. Using the base case gold price and a silver price of $17/oz, the PEA... 

Rare earth miner Lynas to face review in Malaysia - media

By: Reuters     24th September 2018 Australia-listed rare earths miner Lynas Corp said on Monday that reports an opponent of its refinery in Malaysia will head a government review of the plant "raise concerns", as its shares lost nearly a quarter of their value. Lynas is the only major miner outside China of the metallic elements,... 

South32's Cerro Matoso mine wins appeal, will not pay damages

By: Reuters     21st September 2018 Colombia's Cerro Matoso nickel mine, owned by Australian miner South32, will not be required to pay damages to indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities after winning an appeal in Colombia's constitutional court, a court spokesperson said on Thursday. The court had previously ruled that waste... 

R&D on clean coal technologies crucial in SA

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     21st September 2018 The research and development (R&D) of clean coal technologies in South Africa is absolutely necessary, says Fossil Fuel Foundation director and recently retired Department of Science and Technology-National Research Foundation South African Research Chairs Initiative Clean Coal Technology chair... 

Minergy lauds Botswana regulatory authorities

By: Martin Creamer     20th September 2018 Minergy CEO Andre Bojé is full of praise for Botswana’s regulatory authorities, who he says use legislation to assist mining investment. Minergy, which is listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange, has begun work on its maiden 390-million-tonne Masama, located in the Mmamabula coalfield, 50 km north... 

BHP seeks approval for $50m US pact over fatal Brazil dam burst

By: Reuters     20th September 2018 BHP Billiton has asked a US judge to approve a $50-million settlement of claims that it fraudulently inflated its share price by overstating its ability to manage safety risks before a fatal 2015 dam burst at a Brazilian mine. The Anglo-Australian mining company's preliminary settlement of... 

ADVISIAN appoints Mervyn Stevens to Mining & Mineral Processing lead role.

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th September 2018 Advisian, the independent consulting business of WorleyParsons, has appointed Mervyn Stevens as Managing Consultant, Mining & Mineral Processing, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Mervyn has specialist expertise in design, commissioning, process optimization, mine production management and... 

Activities restart at New Century’s port facility

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th September 2018 Queensland miner New Century Resources has started stockpiling zinc concentrate in its 80 000 t storage shed at the Karumba port, paving the way for exports to start and first revenue to be received this month. “The successful refurbishment and restart of activities at New Century’s port... 

DRA to conduct feasibility study for Guinea graphite project

By: Schalk Burger     19th September 2018 Engineering services multinational DRA has been appointed to conduct the feasibility study for Canada-based Guinea-focused mining company SRG’s Lola graphite project, in Guinea. DRA said in a statement on Wednesday that the project will be executed through the DRA Met-Chem office, in Montreal,... 

Eldorado claims €750m from Greek State over permit delays

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th September 2018 Gold and base metals producer Eldorado Gold’s Greek subsidiary Hellas Gold has filed an application for payment with the Hellenic Republic, requesting about €750-million for damages suffered by the company, arising from delays in the issuance of permits for the Skouries project, in northern... 

New Botswana coal mine development under way – Minergy

By: Martin Creamer     18th September 2018 Work is under way on the new Masama coal mine, which Botswana Stock Exchange-listed Minergy expects to commission in January, ahead of its primary listing on London’s Alternative Investment Market (Aim) in the first half of next year. The 390-million-tonne Masama, located in the Mmamabula... 

AngloGold’s Tropicana on track to deliver 500 000 oz/y from 2020

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th September 2018 There is a strong focus on continuous improvement at AngloGold Ashanti’s 70%-owned Tropicana mine, in Australia, and the aim is to produce 500 000 oz/y of gold from 2020, with support from the adjacent Boston Shaker prospect. In a presentation to the media, on Monday, AngloGold Ashanti... 

W boosts board with Madrid-based directors

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th September 2018 Tungsten, copper and gold mining company W Resources has appointed two Madrid-based directors, Pablo Neira and James Argalas, as nonexecutive directors. Neira brings over 30 years of international experience specialising in managing listed industrial manufacturing companies and family office... 

PIC foresees great opportunity in investing in early stage tech-driven companies

By: Kim Cloete     14th September 2018 The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has outlined its vision for its recently launched R2-billion fund aimed at early-stage tech-driven companies. PIC executive head of research Sholto Dolamo told a Frost & Sullivan CEO Think Tank, in Cape Town, that the PIC was venturing beyond its... 

New Century brings new life to former Queensland mine

By: Mariaan Webb     14th September 2018 Praise is pouring in for New Century Resources’ zinc tailings project at a former mine site north-west of Mount Isa, Queensland, with Mines Minister Anthony Lynham declaring it an “exciting new approach” and Queensland Resources Council CEO Ian Macfarlane labelling the project “ingenious”. The... 

Greater emphasis on safety at Konkola

By: Paige Müller     14th September 2018 Diversified miner Vedanta Resources is strengthening its focus on safe production at its subsidiary Zambia-based integrated copper producer Konkola Copper Mines (KCM) through the implementation of its Safety Stand Down campaign. Vedanta’s campaign was launched by KCM CEO Deshnee Naidoo in July to... 

Zambia ventilation shaft project finalised

By: Paige Müller     14th September 2018 Mining contracting and engineering services company Redpath Mining Africa has completed what it has dubbed the “milestone” Synclinorium Ventilation Shaft project for Zambia-based copper mine, Mopani Copper Mines. Redpath Mining Africa’s Zambian branch, Redpath Zambia, was initially awarded the... 

New Nema regulations hold advantages, disadvantages for mining industry – law firm

By: Marleny Arnoldi     13th September 2018 The mining industry is under constant pressure to demonstrate continued commitment to responsible environmental management and to the concept of sustainable development. There are currently several pieces of environmental legislation being updated or coming to the fore, which the industry will be... 

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