Australia’s gold mine output in the September quarter declined by five per cent to 78 tonnes, according to Melbourne-based mining experts, Surbiton Associates.
Swick Mining Services will raise $15 million to support the company’s growth opportunities.
At the annual Denver Gold Forum, incoming chief executive officer Tom Palmer expressed optimism about the future of Newmont Goldcorp.
Barrick Gold has flagged a significant gold discovery that could deliver at least one more Tier 1 gold mine at its Goldrush-Fourmile project in Nevada.
Epiroc has revealed its ‘6th sense’ approach, combining digitisation and automation to boost the productivity, sustainability and safety of machinery.
St Barbara managing director and CEO Bob Vassie says that the company’s upcoming takeover of Canadian company Atlantic Gold “ticks all the boxes” for St Barbara’s strategy.
Australia has experienced its highest March quarter of gold production since 1998, according to Melbourne-based gold mining consultants, Surbiton Associates.
Newmont Exploration has struck a $14.5 million joint venture agreement with WA-based Prodigy Gold over the Tobruk project in the Northern Territory.
The world’s largest gold complex in Nevada, United States is set to be born with the expected completion of the joint venture (JV) between Barrick Gold and Newmont Goldcorp.
A Responsible Mining Index (RMI) report detailing the work practices of 30 leading mining companies suggests there is room for improvement when addressing gender balance in the workforce.
Newmont Goldcorp has finalised its merger with Goldcorp to become the world’s leading gold business just three months after securing the $US10 billion ($14 billion) takeover.
Newmont Mining has completed its $US245 million (346 million) Tanami power project in the Northern Territory on schedule, coinciding with Tanami pouring its 10 millionth ounce of gold.
Barrick is in the process of revising its 2019 gold production guidance following the execution of its recent joint venture (JV) with Newmont Mining to create the world’s single largest gold producer.
The gold spot price has reached just over $US1300 ($1814) for the first time since May 2018.
Newmont Mining expects to produce 1.5 million ounces of gold in Australia in 2019 due to lower mining rates at the Super Pit and continued stripping at Boddington in Western Australia.
Newmont and Nexus Minerals have executed a sale and purchase agreement that will see Nexus acquire three tenements covering 190 square kilometres near its Wallbrook gold project in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia.
Northern Star is set to acquire the 4.1 million ounces Pogo underground gold mine in Alaska in a deal worth $US260 million ($347 million).
The Super Pit rock falls have caused joint owner Newmont Mining to reduce its Australian gold production guidance to between 1.4 and 1.6 million ounces in 2018.
Caterpillar and Newmont Mining have announced a technology collaboration to improve underground hard rock autonomous vehicles.
Hammer Metals is to conclude its joint venture (JV) agreement with Newmont Exploration as the latter has decided not to continue exploration funding.