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A majority of Chinese steel market participants believe prices will likely fall due to weaker domestic demand, with the outlook for construction steel particularly bleak, according to the latest S&P...
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An innovative method to neutralize acidic water in flooded open-cast mines uses natural circulation to accomplish the task, with low cost and high efficiency Lignite can be successfully extracted from...

From the Editor

Executives from Antofagasta Minerals flew to Washington, D.C., during May to meet with Minnesota lawmakers about the company’s proposed Twin Metals copper mine. Antofagasta owns Twin Metals Minnesota (TMM), which hopes to open a copper mine south of Ely, Minnesota, near the Boundary Waters wilderness area. The group met with U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan,...
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Suppliers Report

In round figures, 580,000 visitors from 200 countries arrived in Munich in April for bauma, the world’s largest equipment fair. That’s an increase of more than 9%. After Germany, the top 10...
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Brazil Mining


Brazil’s immense resource base, and enormous economic and political clout are creating a mining powerhouse that could dominate for generations.

A REPORT BY GBR FOR E&MJ

This report was researched and prepared by Global Business Reports (www.gbreports.com) for Engineering & Mining Journal. Editorial researched and written by Marina Borrell Falco, Matilde Mereguetti, Caroline Stern and Ozgur Erguney. On the cover, at Fortaleza de Minas, Votorantim Metals produces nickel for the company’s Niquelândia plant. (Photo courtesy of Votorantim)

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This Month in Coal Mining

Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship reported to a privately run minimum-security prison camp in Taft, California, according to U.S. Bureau of Prisons officials.