Copper prices have rebounded this week as Chinese demand for the metal reached record levels during July.
Coronado Global Resources’ Australian operations have given a standout performance during the June quarter.
Tianqi Lithium has suffered another blow from the softening lithium market after its parent company, Chengdu Tianqi Industry Group, put part of the the company on sale.
Fortescue Metals Group chief executive Elizabeth Gaines is confident that Chinese steel demand will support Australia’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Image Resources has delayed a February shipment of heavy mineral concentrate (HMC) from the Boonanarring operation due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Altura Mining has shipped a record cargo of approximately 17,500 wet metric tonnes of spodumene concentrate to Chinese customers. The latest cargo, which was loaded on the TBC Princess, departed Port Hedland on November 20 for Zhenjiang, near Shanghai. Altura’s largest single cargo yet surpasses the 13,700 dry metric tonnes that set sail from the … Continue reading Altura shipments hit a record
Technology Metals Australia has executed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Shaanxi Fengyuan Vanadium Technology Development to establish an offtake agreement for vanadium production.
Measures to limit emissions and diversify China’s economy are having real results on the nation’s coal usage, according to Sarah Liu, deputy general manager of Fenwei Energy.
According to Walkabout Resources, a previously reported “sudden and material decrease” in spot prices for all graphite flake sizes in China has not occurred.
Syrah Resources plans to take “immediate action” in response to the sudden decrease in graphite prices, which may plummet further later this year.
The seaborne iron ore price has experienced its largest one month drop in almost eight years as shipments increased to China sparking supply pressure.
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The Australian dollar gold price has moved above $2300 an ounce for the first time in history as fears surrounding the United States–China trade wars have again impacted global economic markets.
BHP has revealed its future economic and commodity outlook, viewing an ‘emerging Asia’ as the key destination for its vast portfolio of materials.
Japan was the largest consumer of Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the 2019 financial year, followed closely by China.
Western Australia has welcomed the Golden Gateway joint venture (JV) between China’s leading gold producer and Perth-based PCF Capital Group.
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard is perplexed by the attacks that are made on the mining industry despite its contribution to the country’s wealth.
Fortescue Metals Group has achieved record quarterly shipments from the Pilbara as the iron ore giant continues to capitalise on strong Chinese demand.