Events and Special Reports

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto is an Anglo-Australian multinational and one of the world`s largest metals and mining companies.

Mining News Pro - Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO) will ink this Memorandum with Amirkabir University tomorrow in order to supply domestic demands of mining products.

Mining News Pro - Former U.S. interior secretary Ryan Zinke has joined the board of a tiny gold mining company with projects in Nevada and Wyoming.

Mining News Pro - Canadian Mining Sustainability announces that it has acquired the assets and interests of Canadian Mining Suppliers a non-profit mining supply portal.

Mining News Pro - Glencore International AG (Glencore) is involved in the production, marketing and distribution of energy, agricultural and metal commodities. With its head office based in Baar, Switzerland, Glencore and its subsidiaries have operations in 30 countries and over 56,000 employees.

Mining News Pro - The company produced 247 thousand tons of cathode and sold more than 171 thousand tons last year.

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto has confirmed a fire broke out at the Port of Dampier in the Pilbara in Western Australia.

Mining News Pro - BHP is cutting jobs and in-sourcing more of its contractor workforce to deliver ‘many billions’ in benefits for the business, according to chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie.

Mining News Pro - Private capital tracker Preqin says in an report, that contrary to expectations, 2018 was another bumper year for the industry, particularly for natural resources investments.

Mining News Pro - The Oman government’s Vision 2040, which identifies mining as one of the focus sectors for enhancing competitiveness and growth, promises much potential for the sector, boding well for this developing industry. The strategy, along with recent discoveries of substantial amounts of mineral deposits and the large-scale projects underway in Oman offers numerous opportunities for investment in mineral development, mining and quarrying exploration and operations.

Mining News Pro - Brazilian miner Vale has proposed enlarging its board by adding one independent member, according to a securities filing, two months after 300 people died in a mining dam operated by the company.

Mining News Pro - US gold giant Newmont Mining has put together an executive leadership team that will come into effect once its acquisition of Canada’s Goldcorp is completed, which is expected to happen in the second quarter.

Mining News Pro - Lonmin, which is being bought by Sibanye-Stillwater, said it does not have sufficient liquidity to fund the new projects needed to avoid shaft closures and job losses.

Mining News Pro - Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra shared a video on his social media channels where he announces that authorities are going to have a permanent presence in the Amazon to guard against the development of illegal mining activities.

Mining News Pro - While gold miners have been making substantial profits in recent quarters thanks to rising gold prices and better operational and financial discipline, they continue to seek new ounces via the drill bit to fill their production pipeline. A look at eight majors and juniors exploring for gold worldwide.

Mining News Pro - A lucrative retirement package for the chairman of Goldcorp Inc. is raising the hackles of investors ahead of a key vote on the company’s planned merger with Newmont Mining Corp.

Mining News Pro - Newmont Mining rejected Monday rival Barrick Gold’s all-stock $18 billion hostile takeover offer, but left the door slightly open by countering with the terms of a deal to merge their operations in Nevada, U.S.

Mining News Pro - BHP Group Ltd, the world`s biggest miner, announced a raft of management changes on Thursday, in line with its "transformation agenda" led by Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie.

Mining News Pro - Long-time rivals Barrick Gold Corp and Newmont Mining Corp renewed their animosity on Monday with their chief executives trading insults after Barrick launched an $18 billion hostile bid for the U.S. company, presaging an aggressive battle.

Mining News Pro - Citigroup Inc. said it entered into a financing deal with Venezuela’s central bank in 2015 essentially using $1.6 billion of gold held at the Bank of England as collateral.

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