The goal is to reduce reliance on batteries from Asia, particularly China and South Korea. The post Europe to spend billions on lithium-ion battery plants appeared first on MINING.com.
Overall project engineering at the 270,000 ounce-a-year Guyere gold project, which is already more than A$100 million over its original budget of A$507 million, is now 96 percent complete The post Mining at Gold Road and Gold Fields JV in Australia to sta…
The company also said it would reconfigure the mining methods used at Hail Creek, a process that will be phased in over the next 18 months. The post More than 400 jobs to go at Glencore’s Hail Creek coal mine appeared first on MINING.com.
A new report prepared for the Minerals Council of Australia forecasts that the demand for metallurgical coal to 2030 will grow by over 95Mt. The post Australia’s coal sector hopeful appeared first on MINING.com.
Golden Dawn Minerals, KG Exploration Inc. and GGX Gold Corp. are among the companies setting foot in the area. The post B.C’s historical Kootenay-Boundary district mining region gathers attention appeared first on MINING.com.
A new gold-silver alloy was created with the idea of lightening the load and enhance the power of devices used by soldiers. The post US develops new gold-silver alloy for military use appeared first on MINING.com.
First Cobalt and Fisker Inc. are focused on providing cobalt to the American EV market efficiently, and on maintaining stringent ethical mining practices. The post New corporate alliance aims to bring better efficiency and ethics to cobalt mining industry…
Chile's Codelco is in the midst of upgrading its smelter at Chuquicamata, its second largest operation by size, to comply with stricter emissions standards coming in effect in December. The post World’s top copper producer faces lengthy smelter halt at m…
Settlement creates partnership that could lead to restarting production at Rusoro's former mines in the South American country. The post Canada’s Rusoro Mining reaches $1.3B deal with Venezuela appeared first on MINING.com.
Deputy Minister Fuziah Salleh, a long-standing critic of Lynas’ plant, offered to step down from the committee reviewing the facility following criticism that she would not be impartial. The post Lynas jumps after its critic in Malaysian Gov't leaves revi…