Category: Archives 2018

Codelco Maintains Production Despite COVID Disruptions

Reporting its production figures for the first half of 2020, Chile’s copper mining company (Codelco) said it produced 744,000 metric tons of fine copper, 4.7% more than in the same period of 2019, and generated surpluses of $380...

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Prieska Obtains 20-year Water License

Prieska Copper Zinc Mine Pty Ltd has been granted a 20-year water use license by the National Department of Water and Sanitation, marking the achievement of another key permitting milestone for its development-ready Prieska...

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OceanaGold Receives WKP Mining Permit

OceanaGold Corp. said it has received the mining permit for Wharekirauponga (WKP) on the North Island of New Zealand. The mining permit grants OceanaGold the exclusive right to the WKP mineral resource, allowing the company to...

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Premier Contemplates US-Focused Spinout

Premier Gold Mines Ltd. is evaluating asset reorganization options, which could potentially include spinning out the company’s U.S. subsidiary that holds its Nevada assets, the company said. If the spinout is completed, it is...

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FISA Postpones Expomin Show

By Oscar Martinez The organizers of the Expomin trade show, FISA, announced on July 31 that the event, originally scheduled from November 9-13 has been postponed to April 19-23, 2021. Expomin is billed as the largest mining...

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Gold Field Greenlights Salares Norte in Chile

Gold Fields has given Texas-based engineering firm Fluor notice to proceed with its Salares Norte open-pit gold mine in Chile. Fluor is providing comprehensive engineering, procurement and construction management services for...

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Cameco Aims for September Restart for Cigar Lake Mine

Canada-based Cameco plans to restart its Cigar Lake uranium mine in northern Saskatchewan at the beginning of September. Initial production is expected to take about two weeks and the company said it will not be able to make up...

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Gold Closes at Highest Level Ever

By Steve Fiscor July 27, 2020–Gold closed at $1,936.65 per ounce (oz) on the London Fix — its high level ever. On Friday, July 24, gold closed at $1,902.10/oz, surpassing its previous record of $1,888/oz, which was set in...

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