Nicholas Frappell reviews the market performance of the precious metals sector in the September quarter in the second part of ABC Bullion’s review of the three-month period.
Australian-headquartered OceanaGold Corp has launched commercial production at its Haile gold mine in the United States.
BHP looks set to offload its shale assets in the United States after describing them as a non-core part of the company’s diversified business.
Australia has contributed as global coal consumption fell sharply for the second consecutive year in 2016, according to a BP report.
It has been seven years since the Deepwater Horizon explosion that killed 11 people and created what is regarded as the worst oil spill in United States history. A seminar series investigating the aftermath was recently held in Sydney, exploring the human and organisational factors that led to the disaster.
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.
Dual-listed OceanaGold Corp has poured first gold from the Haile mine in South Carolina, United States.
Paringa Resources will raise $8 million on the ASX to fund development of the Poplar Grove coal project in the United States.
Rio Tinto, together with healthcare company Johnson & Johnson, is being sued over claims talcum powder from their mines led to five women developing ovarian cancer.
A group of mining’s future stars have jetted off to the United States to put what they’ve learnt in the classroom to practice. This is their blog.
A federal judge in the United States has rejected a securities rule that asked oil and gas companies to disclose payments made to foreign companies from projects.
The world’s largest gold miner, Barrick Gold has sacked 55 workers in Utah and Nevada off the back of falling gold prices and struggling stock.
A group of mining’s future stars are about to jet off on a trip of a life time.