Mining

Mining News Pro - Iron ore prices have reached a five-year high, breaking through the $US110 ($159.2) mark as the industry continues to respond to supply disruptions from Brazil.

Mining News Pro - Glencore’s XPS (Expert Process Solutions) is playing a role in Natural Resources Canada’s Crush It! Challenge by volunteering consulting services to two applicants recently named finalists in the competition.

Mining News Pro - Normet made history by demonstrating battery electric emulsion charging in production environment underground on June 4 in Pyhäsalmi mine, Finland, with its Charmec MC 605 VE SD, for the first time in Europe.

Mining News Pro - Macmahon and Newcrest Mining have stepped into good faith negotiations over the Telfer project in Western Australia, which could lead to litigation if unsuccessful.

Mining News Pro - Toronto-based Mountain Province Diamonds has announced the discovery of a new kimberlite at the Gahcho Kue diamond mine 280 km northeast of Yellowknife. The mine is owned 49% by Mountain Province and operated by De Beers Canada, holder of the remaining 51%.

Mining News Pro - The new partner will be using local talent to complete its scope of work, which includes all above-ground facilities, including concrete, steel and pipework; installation of equipment; electrical and control system work; building work; and site finishing.

”Mining News Pro - First Ore-Mining Company and ZYFRA have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that could see the Pavlovskoye lead-zinc deposit deploy artificial intelligence-based solutions for mining and processing operations.

Mining News Pro - Vancouver-based Western Resources Corp. says its subsidiary Western Potash Corp. has entered into a lump sum contract with Stuart Olson Prairie Construction regarding the first phase of construction for the company’s Milestone potash project 35 km southeast of Regina.

Mining News Pro - According to the researches, many iron ore capacities has been detected in Yazd province, Iran.

Mining News Pro - BlueRock Diamonds (LON: BRD) shares were up 15% on the London Stock Exchange Friday after the miner announced it had recovered its largest diamond to date, a 24.9 carat gem quality stone.

Mining News Pro - BHP says it is establishing a dedicated Tailings Task Force to drive enhanced focus on internal dam management plus support the development of international best practice.

Mining News Pro - Seaborne iron ore is expected to fall into a larger deficit this year as a result of disruptions at Vale SA’s operations, according to S&P Global.

Mining News Pro - MVS chief executive Scott Thayer said the groups are committed to building and delivering mobile mapping solutions for customers to "allow them to derive significant value from their routine operational use", including environments where global positioning systems (GPS) cannot be used.

Mining News Pro - Epiroc presents 6th Sense, a new approach that combines digitalization and automation to boost customers’ performance.

Mining News Pro - The Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines has issued 10 exploration permits to Golden Share Resources for drilling targets within the Ogoki project and the Kagiami project, located in the Wabassi and Albany River area of the James Bay Lowlands.

Mining News Pro - Exploration continues at the Star kimberlite, part of the Star-Orion South project 60 km east of Prince Albert. The project is owned by Saskatoon’s Star Diamond Corp. and optioned to Rio Tinto Exploration Canada.

Mining News Pro - Anglo American has opened applications for its 2020 apprenticeship program at the Moranbah North mine in central Queensland.

Mining News Pro - Lucapa Diamond Company has continued its successful run at auction after securing $US10 million ($14.5 million) for the sale of alluvial diamonds from its Lulo mine in Angola, central Africa.

Mining News Pro - Gascoyne Resources has moved into administration due to an expected material cash shortfall over the coming months.

Mining News Pro - Community leaders from the district of Chilcaymarca in the southwestern Castilla province are threatening Peru’s Compañía de Minas Buenaventura (NYSE: BVN) with a general strike due to the company’s decision to fire 40 workers from its Orcopampa gold-silver operation.

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