Canadian uranium company Laramide Resources has made a deal with Rio Tinto to acquire the Murphy uranium tenements in the Northern Territory.
Bathurst Resources has executed a joint venture deal with Perth-based Jameson Resources to finance the development of the Crown Mountain coking coal project in Canada.
Gold miner Resolute Mining will acquire a 15 per cent stake in Orca Gold through a share placement, bolstering the ASX-listed company’s presence in Africa.
The African Underground Mining Services (AUMS) joint venture between Ausdrill and Barminco has secured a mining services contract with Canadian-based miner SEMAFO at the Siou gold operation in Burkina Faso, West Africa.
The World Gold Council (WGC) has released an essay collection called Gold 2048, which claims that due to an expanding middle class contingent in countries like China and India, demand for gold will rise.
Rio Tinto and Alcoa plan to expand the development of the world’s first carbon-free aluminium smelting process.
South32 now owns one-eighth of Trilogy Metals after investing further in the Canadian exploration company as part of a bought deal financing.
ASX-listed Beadell Resources, an Australian-headquartered mining company known for its gold operations in Brazil, in particular the Tucano mine, has announced a merger with Canadian company Golden Harp Resources to from a new dual-listed company, Americano Mining.
Kal Tire’s Ultra Repair is a revolutionary service for Australian miners that revives damaged ultra-class tyres otherwise destined for the scrap heap.
Kirkland Lake Gold plans to increase production at the Fosterville gold mine in Victoria to more than 400,000 ounces (oz) within three years.
Blackstone Minerals’ first hole of a maiden drilling program at the Little Gem cobalt-gold project in British Columbia, Canada has been rewarding for the ASX-listed explorer.
Gold aspirant Kin Mining has secured $35 million in financial backing from Canada’s Sprott Private Resources Lending to advance development of its Leonora gold project in Western Australia.
Cameco, the world’s largest uranium producer, has temporarily suspended operations at its McArthur River mine and Key Lake mill in northern Saskatchewan, in a blow for the uranium industry. The mine represents about 10 per cent of overall global uranium output alone.
Caterpillar’s Underground Mining group is preparing to ship a proof-of-concept battery electric LHD (load, haul, dump machine) to a mine site located in Canada.
Canada’s Kirkland Lake Gold plans to suspend production at the Cosmo mine in Northern Territory next month.
Diversified miner South32 will invest $C110.3 million ($107.14 million) in Canadian explorer Arizona Mining, which is advancing a multi-commodity project in the United States.
Western Australia remains the most attractive jurisdiction in Australia for mining investment, according to Canadian think-tank, the Fraser Institute.
Lithium company Galaxy Resources has raised $61 million to help fund development of projects in Argentina and Canada, and to strengthen its balance sheet.
Cameco’s proposed Yeelirrie mine in the Goldfields region of Western Australia is the latest uranium development to be approved by the state government.
Kirkland Lake Gold has suspended underground mining at the Stawell gold operations in Victoria, leaving up to 150 workers without a job.