Pembridge Resources shares collapse on Minto mine halt

Mining News Pro - Pembridge Resources’ shares fell as much as 82% on Monday as it disclosed it was assessing its ability to stay in business after Canada’s Minto Metals, had to halt the namesake mine over the weekend.

Glencore staff bribery charges delayed until later this year

Mining News Pro - The UK’s fraud prosecutor is to delay a long-awaited decision whether to charge as many as 11 ex-Glencore Plc employees involved in the widespread corruption perpetrated at the company.

Midhco held their 195th production meeting

Mining News Pro - The 195th production meeting in Midhco has been held simultaneously in Tehran, Kerman and Isfahan.

Vale, Tüv Süd and 16 people become defendants for the Brumadinho disaster

Mining News Pro - The Brazilian Federal Court has accepted the complaint filed by the Federal Public Ministry (MPF) against 16 people and the companies Vale and Tüv Süd for the rupture of the Córrego do Feijão dam in Brumadinho.

Rescue work continues after gold mine collapse in China

Mining News Pro - Rescue work continues after 18 people were trapped underground as a gold mine in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region collapsed on Saturday.

Foulad Mobarake's Leadership in Knowledge-based Activities

Mining News Pro - The 19th International Metallurgy Exhibition (IranMetafo) was held at the permanent location of Tehran International Exhibitions from December 9 to 12 with the presence of the Deputy Minister of Somat, the CEO of Iran International Exhibitions Company and the effective presence of Foulad Mobarakeh Group.

Super strong material produced with Martian rock

Mining News Pro - Researchers at Washington State University report that a small amount of simulated crushed Martian rock mixed with a titanium alloy made a robust and high-performance material in a 3D-printing process that could one day be used on the red planet to make tools or rocket parts.

EU, US step up Russian aluminum, nickel imports since Ukraine war

Mining News Pro - The European Union and United States have ramped up buying key industrial metals from Russia, data showed, despite logistical problems spurred by the war in Ukraine and tough talk about starving Moscow of foreign exchange revenue.

Rio Tinto CEO meets top executives at new Chinese ore-buying company

Mining News Pro - The chief executive of global mining firm Rio Tinto has met with top executives at the new Chinese state-owned agency created with an aim of centralizing the country’s iron ore purchases.

Endeavour Silver founder and Chairman Bradford Cooke passes away

Mining News Pro - Endeavour Silver Corp’s founder, Director and Executive Chairman, Bradford Cooke has passed away in Vancouver, British Columbia at the age of 67.

Vale fined $17m for Brumadinho tailings dam disaster

Mining News Pro - Brazilian miner Vale SA was fined after the country’s comptroller general decided the firm failed to present reliable information on the conditions of its Brumadinho tailings dam prior to a 2019 disaster, the company said on Monday.

Chile to ‘sanction’ those responsible for sinkhole near copper mine

Mining News Pro - Chile will seek to apply harsh sanctions on those responsible for a huge sinkhole near a copper mine in the country’s north, the mining minister said on Monday.

Rio Tinto attracts several proposals to build 4 GW of wind

Mining News Pro - Global miner Rio Tinto has received several offers to build 4 gigawatts (GW) of wind and solar farms to power its alumina and aluminum operations in Australia’s Queensland state, the company’s Australia head said on Friday.

Ten Mexican miners remain trapped in coal mine after three rescued

Mining News Pro - Rescuers in Mexico, including dozens of soldiers, were working desperately on Wednesday to reach ten miners trapped in a flooded coal mine following the collapse of an inner wall, the ministry handling the disaster said.

Codelco reports accident at mine where worker died last month

Mining News Pro - Top global copper producer Codelco reported an accident at its Chuquicamata mine on Wednesday, weeks after a mishap killed a worker there and drew scrutiny to the Chilean state company’s safety practices.

Preparing 90% of freight wagons for the first time in Khuzestan Steel

Mining News Pro - Chief executive of Logistic Steel said that despite the cruel sanctions against Iran regarding the import of capital and main parts of the railway sector, with the helping hand of Khuzestan Steel Company and knowledge-based companies, we were able to supply our demands in this field.

Climate bill would put US back in global race for EV leadership

Mining News Pro - This week, everyone working on energy and climate issues in the US is intensely focused on the Inflation Reduction Act, looking for smoke signals as to whether it will pass and if any modifications will be made.

Teck Resources boss to leave after 17 years at top job

Mining News Pro - Teck Resources, Canada’s largest diversified miner, has announced its chief executive officer, Don Lindsay, will step down after 17 years in the role.

Elon Musk crafts new master plan before Tesla pulls off the old one

Mining News Pro - At some point, Elon Musk is going to blog again.

Nicico sends heavy machines to the flooded areas of Rafsanjan, Iran

Mining News Pro - The Planning and Budgeting Department of Rafsanjan Governorate announced the dispatch of 71 heavy and light machines to the flooded areas of Rafsanjan.

De Beers Canada receives fine for 2017 Snap Lake diesel spill

Mining News Pro - De Beers Canada has been fined C$350,000 by Canada’s Environment and Climate Change ministry for a diesel spill at the Snap Lake diamond mine in Northwest Territories.

MMG suspends copper output guidance after Las Bambas protests in Peru

Mining News Pro - Chinese miner MMG Ltd on Monday said it had suspended its copper production targets for the year following a 60% output drop due to a long protest at its Las Bambas mine in the Peruvian Andes, which significantly disrupted operations.

Lithium Americas breaks ground on lithium test facility in Nevada

Mining News Pro - Lithium Americas has marked the official opening of its lithium process testing facility located in Reno, Nevada, with a ground-breaking ceremony on Thursday. The company was joined by Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and University of Nevada, Reno president Brian Sandoval.

London court to decide who controls $1 billion of Venezuelan gold

Mining News Pro - A London court is finally set to decide who controls more than $1 billion of Venezuelan gold stored in the Bank of England’s vaults.

HOSCO to become the first steel hub in Iran

Mining News Pro - With the beginning of exploitation projects that each result in 10 million tons of steel, Hormozgan Steel Company will become the first steel hub in Iran.

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