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Norilsk’s Botswana mine reports stable sales, group optimistic about market trends

Russian major mining group MMC Norilsk Nickel (Norilsk), the world number one producer of nickel and palladium and a major producer of copper and platinum (with cobalt, gold, iridium, rhodium, ruthenium, selenium, silver, sulphur and tellurium as...
18th April 2014
 
GOLD

Gold price to average $1 225/oz in 2014 – GFMS

Weighing up the factors impacting the gold market this year, 2014 looks set to be a second year of price decline for gold, with precious metals consultancy Thomson Reuters GFMS continuing to forecast an average of $1 225/oz for the year. The...
17th April 2014
 
OIL & GAS

Santos sees slight upturn in production

Australian oil and gas major Santos has reported an increase in production and sales for its first quarter ended March, compared with the previous corresponding period. Production for the quarter was up 1% to 12.2-million barrels of oil...
17th April 2014
 
MANGANESE

Romang Island small but robust - Robust

A scoping study by ASX-listed Robust Resources into its Romang Island manganese project, in Indonesia, has placed a capital cost of between $8-million and $10-million on the project development. Robust reported on Wednesday that the project...
16th April 2014
 
CORPORATE ACTIVITY

Intrepid gets cash for Tujuh Bukit stake

Dual-listed Intrepid Mines on Friday reported that it had received an $80-million cash payment after settling an ownership and control dispute around the Tujuh Bukit copper/gold project, in Indonesia. Shareholders voted earlier this week to...
11th April 2014
 
CORPORATE ACTIVITY

Scoping study delivers new investment for Augur

ASX-listed junior Augur Resources has welcomed a A$3.75-million investment from Indonesia’s Rajawali Group. The company said on Friday that following the positive scoping results on its Randu Kuning copper/gold deposit, Rajawali had exercised...
11th April 2014
 
NICKEL

BHP polishes up nickel unit as demerger talk swirls

Breakthroughs in the way BHP Billiton processes nickel ores could help the world's biggest miner find a buyer for its ailing Nickel West division in Australia. Nickel West is among businesses that also include aluminium and manganese which BHP...
11th April 2014
 
FERROMANGANESE

Gulf unveils plans for $36m alloy smelter facility in Indonesia

ASX-listed junior Gulf Minerals on Thursday unveiled plans to develop an alloy smelter facility in Indonesia with the aim of being a major ferromanganese producer by 2018. The company was proposing to build eight furnaces over a three-year...
10th April 2014
 
COAL

Rio Tinto to submit new Australia coal mine plan after losing legal fight

Rio Tinto has lost a legal fight to expand its Warkworth coal mine in Australia, which the global miner said was necessary to maintain viability as coal markets weaken. Australia's Supreme Court on Monday dismissed an appeal by Rio Tinto to...
7th April 2014
 
MARKET CAP

Lackluster commodity prices weigh on WA-listed miners

The market capitalisation of Western Australian listed companies, which made up the Deloitte Index, decreased by 1.6% during March, to close at A$151.2-billion. The advisory firm reported this week that Australian markets suffered in March,...
4th April 2014
 
GLOBAL MINING TRENDS

Mining majors prioritising value over volume as profits, valuations sag

Bruised and battered, the global mining industry today is undergoing a sea change. Practices and policies that might have worked wonders in the past are not as relevant today, and new approaches to running profitable mining operations need to be...
4th April 2014
 
MINING MAJORS

Mining majors prioritising value over volume as profits, valuations sag

Bruised and battered, the global mining industry today is undergoing a sea change. Practises and policies that might have worked wonders in the past are not as relevant today, and new approaches to running profitable mining operations need to be...
4th April 2014
 
 
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