American Lithium estimates almost $600m in annual cash flow for Tonopah

Mining News Pro - Analysts say American Lithium‘s Tonopah project in Nevada could run at world-beating costs based on a new study including the sale of by-product magnesium.

SPC Nickel enters agreement with Vale to consolidate deposits in Sudbury camp

Mining News Pro - SPC Nickel has entered into a cooperation agreement with Vale Canada that would see the company consolidate the West Graham and Crean Hill 3 nickel-copper deposits located in the Sudbury mining camp into a single project.

American Lithium buys back royalty on TLC project in Nevada

Mining News Pro - American Lithium has entered into an agreement with Nevada Alaska Mining, an arm’s-length party, to buy back the remaining 1% gross overriding royalty on the company’s wholly owned TLC lithium project in Nevada.

British Columbia spent $13.6 billion on mineral exploration in 2022

Mining News Pro - British Columbia had record spending on mineral exploration in 2022 and there are eight new mines or mine expansions in the queue, Premier David Eby said Monday at the opening of the Association of Mineral Exploration (AME) Roundup conference in Vancouver.

New Found Gold discovers high-grade zone at Queensway in Newfoundland

Mining News Pro - New Found Gold says it has discovered a new zone and vein extending mineralization south of the Keats deposit at its Queensway project in central Newfoundland.

Wealth Minerals delivers first resource estimate for Ollagüe lithium project in Chile

Mining News Pro - Lithium developer Wealth Minerals (TSXV: WML) reached a significant milestone on Tuesday with the release of the first resource estimate for its Ollagüe project in Chile.

Europe’s largest rare earths deposit found in Sweden

Mining News Pro - Swedish state-owned mining company LKAB said it had found Europe’s largest known deposit of rare earths close to Kiruna, the country’s northernmost town.

Arkle Resources finds lithium in Ireland

Mining News Pro - Diversified explorer Arkle Resources said on Thursday it had found lithium bearing pegmatites at its Mine River Block gold project in Ireland.

Ximen receives draft environment permit for Kenville gold mine in BC

Mining News Pro - In a further update to the underground development of its Kenville gold mine, Ximen Mining (TSXV: XIM) has now obtained the first draft of the two permits expected. Last Friday, the BC-focused precious metals miner received the draft environment permit for review, and had an initial look at the terms and conditions.

Iran is the fourth country producing Seal Gas compressors of direct regeneration unit

Mining News Pro - The thinking and strategy of maximum localization of equipment in Mobarakeh Steel Group, every time by building inside one of the sensitive and important equipment of the production lines, are being connected together like strong chain links, promising self-confidence and hope for the steel industry and be the country's economy.

Glencore scraps giant Australian coal project on net-zero goals

Mining News Pro - The company won’t develop the A$2 billion ($1.3 billion) Valeria project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin, it said Thursday. The site would have produced about 20 million tons of coal a year, and been a major source of global carbon dioxide over its 37-year lifetime.

DR Congo town set to 'disappear' as mines expand

Mining News Pro - The Chinese-owned mine wants to expand, and many of Mutombo's fellow residents have taken buy-outs.

Iran ready to cooperate with Venezuela in mining field

Mining News Pro - Iran spearheads mining industries, he said, adding that Venezuela can supply the technologies it needs in this field from Iran.

France puts future of deep sea mining in doubt

Mining News Pro - Representatives from Norway, Singapore, Poland, Canada and other countries also questioned France’s position and reiterated their support for the development of mining regulations.

More Governments Are Turning Against the Rush to Mine the Deep Sea

Mining News Pro - At least 10 countries that are members of an international body regulating ocean mining want to pause the practice because of a lack of scientific data on its environmental impact.

Petra Diamonds halts Williamson mine in Tanzania after dam breach

Mining News Pro - The company, which also operates three mines in South Africa, said the eastern wall of Williamson’s tailing dam was “breached”, but said in an email that the pit was not affected.

South Korea miners survive nine days underground on coffee

Mining News Pro - The men, aged 62 and 56, are believed to have kept warm by lighting a fire and building a tent out of plastic.

Peruvian Indigenous community wants to become a shareholder in Las Bambas

Mining News Pro - The blockades, which were later joined by another four communities, lasted for over 50 days and forced the Chinese miner to halt activities at its flagship operation.

Vital Metals ditches Quebec rare earths projects

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Vital Metals (ASX: VML), the first rare earths producer in Canada, has walked away from a deal Quebec Precious Metals Corp. to buy the junior’s Zeus project and a 68% stake the Kipawa heavy rare earths, inked last year.

Top miners team up in bid to wean themselves off dirty trucks

Mining News Pro - Members of the International Council on Mining and Metals are planning a joint effort to test hydrogen and other zero-emission technologies in a bid to shift away from diesel-fueled vehicles.

Arizona Sonoran delivers initial resource for Parks/Salyer deposit

Mining News Pro - Arizona Sonoran Copper Company has delivered an initial mineral resource estimate for the Parks/Salyer (P/S) porphyry copper deposit in Arizona, located immediately southwest to the company’s Cactus project on contiguous private land.

Copper Mountain nearly doubles BC mine resource to 1.1 billion tonnes

Mining News Pro - Copper Mountain Mining has announced updated mineral resource and reserve estimates for its 75% owned copper mine located in southern British Columbia. Based on the new reserves, the company has also provided a revised life of mine plan that supports a mill expansion scenario to 65,000 t/d from 45,000 tonnes per day.

Tertiary Minerals, FQM team up to boost copper exploration in Zambia

Mining News Pro - Shares in Tertiary Minerals jumped on Thursday after the junior said it had inked a technical cooperation agreement with First Quantum Minerals, which would “turbo-charge” its copper exploration projects in Zambia.

Bonterra to idle Bachelor-Moroy underground

Mining News Pro - Bonterra Resources will put the underground infrastructure at its Bachelor-Moroy deposit in Quebec under long-term care and maintenance, a decision which was made following a detailed economic analysis of the Moroy deposit that highlighted potential savings of at least C$3 million in annual maintenance costs.

Colombia may require environmental licenses for mining exploration

Mining News Pro - Colombia could require mining firms get environmental licenses for exploration in order to protect the environment, increase state control and prevent conflict between communities and extractive companies, the environment minister said on Thursday.

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