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Reliable, low cost power is taken for granted in most of the developed world. As society’s fascination with de-carbonization grows, the debate becomes more intense, especially for the mining business. Mines and mills produce a viable product, provide meaningful, high-paying jobs, and they also consume a lot of power.
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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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After being given a brief extension by the federal government, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and Arch Coal have reportedly agreed upon the troubled producer’s self-bonding...

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