Western Australian miner Tribune Resources has acquired 100 per cent of Prometheus Developments, which owns the high-grade Diwalwal gold project in the southern Philippines.
Medusa Mining plans to produce 90,000 to 100,000 ounces (oz) of gold from its high grade Co-O mine in the 2019 financial year.
OceanaGold Corp delivered record annual gold output and met its production guidance for the sixth consecutive year in 2017.
Medusa Mining managing director and chief executive officer Boyd Timler has commented on a rather disappointing financial year for the Australian operator, known for its high-profile operations in the Philippines.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has attacked mining companies operating in the country, saying he will “tax you to death” for not protecting the environment.
Uncertainty surrounding the mining policy in the Philippines has led Australian-based Red 5 to suspend operations at the Siana gold project.
Australia’s OceanaGold plans to take legal action if a proposed move in the Philippines to suspend or close a series of mines in the country, including its Didipio operation, for environmental reasons goes ahead.
More mines in the Philippines are facing suspension for breaching environmental regulations after a seven-week long review by the government.
Growing electric vehicle battery demand coupled with the Philippines cracking down on mining spells a boon for the nickel industry, Independence Group has said at Diggers & Dealers.
Surface rock chips are pointing the way to some exciting new drill targets in the Philippines for West Australian gold miner Red Mountain.
In part 8 of our Tracking the Trends feature, Australian Mining examines the issue of geopolitical risk for miners in different parts of the world, and the pros and cons of each region.
A cease and desist order has been lifted from Siana Gold processing operations by the Philippine’s Mines and Geoscience Bureau.
A new hyperaccumulator species of plant that absorbs heavy metals has been discovered in the Philippines.
The failure of the Philippine Government to act on its mining industry is stifling investment and putting the sector at risk.
Poor economic policies combined with a misunderstanding of mining and a grab for cash may hurt mining countries more than they realise.
A $5.9 billion GlencoreXstrata copper mine in the Philippines may lose nearly all of its workers after the mine continues to be deferred due to regulators.
Eighteen Chinese men have been captured in the Philippines after they were believed to be involved in illegal black sand mining.
Government regulation and approval problems have forced Xstrata’s Philippine unit to delay the $5.9 billion Tampakan copper-gold mine.
A fire has broken out at Australian miner Medusa Mining’s Co-O gold mine in the Philippines.
A 6.9 magnitude earthquake in February is still having repercussions at Medusa Mining’s operations in the Philippines.