Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered an 83.9-carat diamond from its Mothae kimberlite plant in Lesotho, southern Africa. The stone is the fourth 50-plus carat diamond recovered from the new operation. It follows the recovery of a 51.2-carat diamond in February, and special diamonds weighing 78 carats and 89 carats from the 2018 bulk sampling program. … Continue reading Lucapa finds fourth large diamond at Mothae
Lucapa Diamond Company’s first sale from its new Mothae kimberlite plant in Lesotho, southern Africa has returned $5.3 million at a tender in Antwerp, Belgium.
Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered a 128-carat diamond from the Lulo alluvial mine in Angola, the 12th 100-plus carat gem it has secured from the African site.
Lucapa Diamond Company, with its joint venture partners, has sold $US16.7 million ($22.9 million) of diamonds from its Lulo alluvial mine at a historic tender in Angola.
Black coal mining has been predicted by IBISWorld to be one of the Australian industries that will experience a decline in revenues this year as market conditions turn.
Rio Tinto has revealed its 2018 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender in New York, including the Argyle Muse, the largest purplish red diamond ever offered.
Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered the 11th diamond in excess of 100ct at the Lulo diamond project in Angola, Africa.
Lab-grown diamonds are becoming an increasingly viable alternative to their mined counterparts.
Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered a 25ct yellow gem diamond from the Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho.
Artemis Resources has received approvals to explore land covering a site where it plans to drill a 3300m super-deep hole in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
ASX-listed Lucapa Diamond Company has reported the first diamond recoveries from its 70 per cent owned Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho, Africa.
Lucapa Diamond Company, with its project partners, has completed the first sale of alluvial diamonds in 2018 from the Lulo operation in Angola, offloading more than $US9 million worth of gems.
Gem Diamonds may be a London-based company operating in Africa, but we at Australian Mining always love the discovery a massive diamond — wherever it has been found around the world.
Lucapa Diamond Company has made a diamond-bearing lamproite discovery at its 80 per cent owned Brooking diamond project in the West Kimberley of Western Australia.
Australian-listed Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered a high-value 129.58 carat diamond from the Lulo operation in Angola, the mine’s eighth gem that has exceeded 100 carats.
Rio Tinto has exhibited the largest Fancy Red diamond in the history of its Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender at a world exclusive preview in New York.
Technological innovation has emerged as a necessity in the Australian mining industry. Most mining companies have committed to initiatives that add technological innovation to their operations, and the mining equipment, technology and services (METS) industry is helping them achieve this strategy.
Lucapa Diamond Company has now sold close to $20 million worth of diamonds from the Lulo mine in Angola in 2017.
The largest internally flawless, fancy vivid pink diamond the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has ever graded is going up for action in April this year.
Lucapa Diamond’s recent recovery of a 227-carat stone from the Lulo mine in Angola was assisted by an X-ray transmission (XRT) sorting technology developed by Norway’s Tomra.