First Quantum to hold board meeting in Panama

Mining News Pro - Directors of First Quantum Minerals will meet in Panama this week for a board meeting, a source close to the Canadian company said on Wednesday, in the midst of a longstanding dispute over its contract with the government to operate a major copper mine.

Good ESG practices lead to better operational, stock performance

Mining News Pro - We encounter the effects of climate change more and more every day. For example, in Turkey, we are experiencing a winter without snow on New Year’s Eve. Despite this, people still do not think about the consequences of their actions. Because when people do not experience climate impacts in their own lives, they either do not listen to warnings or do not accept them as real.

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.

EU metals industry urges aid to rival US green energy package

Mining News Pro - Top metal producers called on the European Union to follow the White House’s lead in rolling out financial support to help the bloc keep control of raw materials critical to the green-energy transition.

Codelco produced less copper in 2022

Mining News Pro - Chile’s state-run Codelco, the world’s largest copper producer, produced 172,000 fewer tonnes of copper in 2022, Chairman Maximo Pacheco said on Tuesday, marking a roughly 10% drop from output in 2021.

Glencore’s Antapaccay copper mine attacked, fire breaks out

Mining News Pro - Glencore’s massive Antapaccay copper mine in Peru faced its latest disruption on Friday, as a fire spread through a nearby worker housing area which is believed to have been started by protesters, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Congo president demands more from $6.2 billion China metals deal

Mining News Pro - Democratic Republic of Congo President Felix Tshisekedi criticized a $6.2 billion minerals-for-infrastructure contract with China, saying the world’s largest producer of a key battery metal hasn’t benefited from the deal.

Outgoing Fortescue CFO discusses resignation

Mining News Pro - Ian Wells, who resigned from Fortescue Metals Group on Monday, has shed light on why he has departed the iron ore miner.

China’s metal factories cut production on poor outlook

Mining News Pro - Shrinking orders at home and abroad are forcing many metal goods factories in China’s southern Guangdong province to shut for the Lunar New Year holiday weeks earlier than usual, while some are also cutting production plans next year, producers said.

Two B2Gold employees dead after robbery in Mali

Mining News Pro - B2Gold Corp. issued a statement lamenting the passing of two employees following a robbery in Mali.

First Quantum starts arbitration against Panama

Mining News Pro - First Quantum Minerals and its subsidiary Minera Panama started arbitration processes against Panama, the country’s ministry of commerce and industry said on Saturday, as the two sides have been locked in a disagreement over payments and mine operations.

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.

India imposes anti-dumping duty on stainless steel tube imports from China

Mining News Pro - India has imposed an anti-dumping duty on stainless steel seamless tubes and pipe imports from China for five years to remove "injury" to the domestic industry, according to a government notification.

Economic and social impact of the steel industry

Mining News Pro - Steel plays a vital role in the modern world. In addition to being one of the most important materials for building and infrastructure, steel is the enabler of a wide range of manufacturing activities. It also creates opportunities for innovative solutions in other sectors and is indispensable in research and development projects around the world.

Steel construction market

Mining News Pro - At the end of 2022, steel prices and the cost of logistics have significantly decreased, which should contribute to demand

US steel market expects no impact from new rules against Section 232 tariffs

Mining News Pro - The US steel industry has mostly dismissed the recent World Trade Organization ruling against Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminium imports and does not expect it to have much, if any, impact on the market

India antitrust agency raids steel firms for alleged price collusion

Mining News Pro - India's antitrust watchdog is raiding offices of small-scale steel companies for alleged price collusion of steel products used in construction, two sources with direct knowledge told Reuters.

US Scrap Trends Outlook

Mining News Pro - Monthly US steel scrap price outlook helps you to make sense of critical indicators impacting price movements, allowing you to forecast scrap prices one month ahead.

The CEO of Hormozgan Steel was honored as a renowned figure of the industry

Mining News Pro - At the 4th national meeting of famous figures of the country's industry, mining and economy, Attaullah Marufkhani, CEO of Hormozgan Steel Company, was honored.

ِDecarbonization Story

Is decarbonization Europe's impossible dream?

Mining News Pro - Swedish steel is considered the world’s toughest. It may soon become its greenest. In Boden, a town near the Arctic Circle, a startup called h2 Green Steel (h2gs) is erecting a €4bn ($4bn) new mill, Europe’s first in nearly half a century.

Explaining the Global Chip Shortage

Why The Chips Are Down

Mining News Pro - The supply chain bottlenecks we're experiencing across the globe start with components. Rather, they start with component shortages. Of all the component shortages, by far the most severe is for certain semiconductors, or chips.

Say hello to $150 iron ore

China’s reopening could propel iron ore to $US150

Mining News Pro -The gradual reopening of China’s economy through looser COVID-19 restrictions could propel iron ore prices as high as $US150 a tonne by June next year, predicts broker Citi.

Steel industry facts

Material and energy flows of the iron and steel industry

Mining News Pro - Integrated analysis and optimization of material and energy flows in the iron and steel industry have drawn considerable interest from steelmakers, energy engineers, policymakers, financial firms, and academic researchers.

Energy crisis revives coal demand and production

Mining News Pro -High natural gas prices and global competition for the fuel have driven more demand for thermal coal for power generation this year as countries try to wean themselves off Russian energy supplies and seek relatively cheaper alternatives.

US ‘battery belt’ widens with $3.5 billion Redwood Materials plant

Mining News Pro - With demand for electric cars soaring, America desperately needs a new battery supply chain. It appears to be coming.

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