South32 locks in 45% stake in Sierra Gorda copper mine

The Polish KGHM owns 55% of the surface mining in northern Chile and has a pre-emptive right over Sumitomo’s stake, which it will not exercise. “Finding a copper producing asset of this size for sale is not easy, but South32 did it,” David Gagliano, analyst at BMO Metals and Mines, …

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Nuclear: Prime Minister invited to elaborate on potential suppression of Chinese companies

Labor has asked for clarification on how the government plans to pull the Chinese state-owned energy company out of nuclear power projects in the UK. Asked about Chinese involvement in nuclear projects at Bradwell and Sizewell during Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQ) yesterday, Boris Johnson said the UK “does[es] I don’t …

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Smart Mining Market Expected to Post 16.3% CAGR by 2028 | ABB Ltd., Komatsu Ltd., Atlas Copco, Alcatel-Lucent

NEW JERSEY, USA, November 24, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Description CMI’s “Global Smart Mining Market Size, Status, and Forecast 2027” “study provides an overview of the global Smart Mining market. This section sheds light on key impact factors and restraints limiting the expansion. It enables people to understand various flaws and …

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i-80 Gold Continues Exploration at McCoy-Cove | Mining

i-80 Gold Corp. announced that the company is continuing its planned advanced underground exploration program on the McCoy-Cove property south of Battle Mountain, one of i-80 Gold’s development projects in Nevada. “McCoy-Cove is one of four projects in progress, with mineralization to be processed at the company’s recently acquired Lone …

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Guest Opinion: Governor Gianforte Enforces Montana ‘Bad Actor’ Mining Law | Chroniclers

The Beal Mountain mine, once owned by Pegasus Gold Corporation, is now the site of an ongoing cleanup that cost nearly $ 25 million. The $ 6.2 million clawback bond Pegasus left behind after its bankruptcy in 1998 is long gone. German Gulch Creek flows from its base into Silver …

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Nigeria: CAN rejects the removal of Nigeria from our list of religious intolerance

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) criticized Nigeria’s removal from the list of “countries of particular concern” on the issue of religious freedom, saying it did not know the data or statistics used by the US government to get to that. decision. The association said the United States government had …

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Greatland Gold PLC, Glencore PLC, Ironridge Resources PLC, Hochschild Mining PLC, Tharisa PLC …

Greatland Gold PLC (AIM: GGP, OTC: GRLGF) has raised US $ 16 million (£ 11.9 million) to accelerate development of its Havieron gold mine in Western Australia. The junior originally intended to raise $ 10 million, but demand was strong enough to increase the amount by 60% to $ 16 …

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Arsenic, lead, zinc and antimony in a national park? Proposed Contaminated Soil Removal at Gold Hill Mill by the National Park Service

DEATH VALLEY, CA – The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking public comment on a proposal to remove contaminated soil from Gold Hill Mill in Death Valley National Park. The Mercury Amalgamation Plant was used from the 1930s to the 1950s in Warm Springs Canyon at the south end of …

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New infrastructure law finances the removal of dams and culverts

Rivers are the lifeblood of our public lands. Like the arteries that carry oxygen through our bodies, rivers help every part of the landscape to thrive. From vegetation sequestering carbon in riparian habitats, to caddis flies and other insects that feed on fish and wildlife, to salmon, rainbow trout and …

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ANC mayor fights to restore his name after his removal from the list of candidate councilors

A Limpopo ANC big-headed and municipal mayor of the Sekhukhune region of Limpopo asked the ANC’s national leadership for help after his name was allegedly removed from a list of candidate councilors. This amid accusations that she only has the matrix as the highest qualification, in light of her candidacy …

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Aquila Resources shareholders overwhelmingly approve acquisition by Gold Resource Corporation

TORONTO / November 17, 2021 / Business Wire / Aquila Resources Inc. (TSX: AQA, OTCQB: AQARF) (“Aquilas“or the”Society“) is pleased to announce that at the extraordinary meeting of shareholders of the Company (the”Meeting“) held earlier today, an overwhelming majority of Aquila shareholders voted in favor of the special resolution (the”Arrangement …

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Elon Musk’s $ 100 Million Carbon Scrapping XPrize Announces First Winners

The largest ever XPrize competition handed out its first cash prize, with 23 teams of students receiving injections of silver to advance their carbon removal technologies. Among the winners are a mix of cutting-edge projects that tackle the problem of carbon dioxide build-up in the atmosphere, and several that seek …

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Chilean president avoids impeachment after Senate impeachment vote triggered by Pandora Papers

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera overcame a vote in the country’s Senate on impeachment charges triggered by the Pandora Papers. Six days ago, the lower house of the Chilean congress impeached Piñera, holding a trial in the Senate over whether to dismiss him over allegations involving the sale of a mining …

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Fecal Removal Robots Market Size, Analysis, Forecast to 2028

New Jersey, United States, – The Fecal Removal Robots Market The study offers information on the revenue, trends, outlook and industry profiles of each vendor. It presents a picture of supply and demand for each end-use market. Regional analysis has been provided in terms of market share, development prospects and …

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Wallbridge publishes mineral estimates for Fénelon and Martinière

“These two gold deposits remain open in several directions laterally and at depth, indicating significant expansion potential,” Kord said in a press release. “Our next step is additional drilling to add to these resources before proceeding with an economic study and identifying new mineralization elsewhere on the Detour-Fénelon gold corridor. …

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Students Win $ 100,000 in Elon Musk’s Carbon Removal Contest

Led by Laura Stieghorst, a team of students from the University of Miami will use the award to advance their idea of ​​reducing atmospheric carbon levels. Last spring, as Laura Stieghorst watched Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket take off from Cape Canaveral, the University of Miami’s undergrad wanted the billionaire to …

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Inorganic nanoadsorbents for the removal of heavy metals from water

Pollution from toxic heavy metals in water and soil poses a serious threat to human health. Despite the fact that much work has been done to report heavy metal pollution around the world, there are few review articles on how to deal with this problem. Search in the Open Scientific …

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Belmont Resources provides update on the Lone Star copper-gold project

Vancouver, BC Canada – The press wire – November 10, 2021 – Belmont Resources Inc. (“Belmont”), (or the “Company”), (TSXV: BEA) (FSE: L3L2) is happy to provide an update on its preparation for its next drilling program. Option / JV Belmont recently signed an option / JV agreement with Marquee …

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Federal judge to hear arguments on removing federal protection for gray wolves, Center for Biological Diversity Reports

November 10, 2021 – OAKLAND, California – Conservation advocates will present oral arguments in U.S. district court Friday in a case that will decide whether federal protection under the Endangered Species Act is restored for gray wolves in much of the country. What: Oral arguments in three related lawsuits challenging …

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Hydrogen Sulfide Removal Market Size, Analysis 2028 | Key players – Schlumberger, Basf, Huntsman, GE, DorfKetal, Newpoint Gas

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the verified market research repository is an in-depth analysis of the Hydrogen Sulphide Disposal Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Hydrogen Sulfide Removal market, the report intends to offer actionable …

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NGT orders interim compensation of ₹ 2 Cr for environmental damage and manure spreading beyond allocated area

In a case concerning the alleged illegal exploitation of dolomite rock by an M / s NB Minerals Corporation Ltd in the Pithoragarh area of ​​Uttarakhand, the National Green Tribunal recently ordered the project developer to file Rs. 2 Crore in title interim compensation for causing environmental damage and spreading …

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OpEd: The removal of Adolph Sutro’s name from a school was a travesty

By Jerry Klinger Jerry klinger Adolphe Sutro(Photo: Wikipedia) SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco school board voted 6-1 on January 29 to rename more than 40 schools. The Council considers it inappropriate to have schools appointed for people who have been “engaged in the subjugation and enslavement of human beings, …

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Political crisis in Chile: the Committee of Deputies rejects the dismissal of Piñera but the plenary session will debate on Monday in a climate of uncertainty

The legislative review committee rejected the constitutional charge against Sebastián Piñera today with two votes for, two against and one abstention the dismissal of President Sebastián Piñera, a process that began following the Pandora Papers investigation that linked him to the $ 1 million sale of a mining company through …

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Mountain top mining affects endangered species • Earth.com

A new study published in the journal PLOS A discovered that mountain top removal – a method of coal mining that clears forests and uses explosives to remove soil and bedrock – poses a much more serious and widespread threat to animal species and endangered humans than previously thought. By …

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expert – Le Soleil Nigeria

By Isaac Anumihe, Abuja A nongovernmental organization and knowledge-based institution, the Center for Social Justice (CSJ), said removing oil subsidies would save the government more than 2,000 billion naira. The CSJ condemned the federal government’s plan to borrow 126.925 billion naira for the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) project. Examining …

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Denison and Orano declare SABER mining test successful

Based on the success of the SABER tests this year, Denison and Orano plan to assess the potential mining method for future exploitation of the McClean Lake and Midwest uranium projects (Orano 75%, Denison 25%). McClean Lake is a joint venture of Orano (77.5% and operator), Denison (22.5%) and OURD …

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Viscount Mining Receives Phase 3 Field Survey Results, Silver Cliff Colorado

Vancouver, British Columbia – (Newsfile Corp. – November 3, 2021) – Viscount Mining Corp. (TSXV: VML) (OTCQX: VLMGF) (“Vicomte or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that it has received the results of its third phase of the rock chip program on its Silver Cliff property in Colorado. The results …

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Bens Creek Operations and Mega Highwall mining enter into mining services contract

Bens Creek Group Plc, owner of a metallurgical coal mine in North America, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Ben’s Creek Operations LLC (BCO), and Mega Highwall Mining LLC (MHW) have entered into a mining services contract (the contract). MHW will be responsible for producing BCO’s metallurgical coal reserves for …

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Register now for snow removal assistance in Duluth

The program relies solely on volunteers who are committed to helping someone in need throughout the snow season. “What we found is that our volunteers have really built a great relationship with the people in our community,” Crawford explained. “And this is once again an opportunity for all of us …

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Justice mining resumes production at Kentucky coal mines

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) – Several West Virginia coal companies linked to Governor Jim Justice are planning to resume coal production at four surface mines in eastern Kentucky, creating 150 new jobs in the area. Justice’s son Jay, chairman of Justice Companies, said he was working to reopen production sites at …

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EnviroGold Global eyes major tailings reprocessing opportunity

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on November 2, 2021 EnviroGold Global Limited says it has identified a target market opportunity that could exceed $10 billion for its tailings reprocessing business segment as part of a five-year accelerated growth plan. In line with its strategy to remediate and reduce the environmental footprint …

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Justice Mining Resumes Production at Kentucky Coal Mines | Kentucky News

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) – Several West Virginia coal companies linked to Governor Jim Justice are planning to resume coal production at four surface mines in eastern Kentucky, creating 150 new jobs in the area. Justice’s son Jay, chairman of Justice Companies, said he was working to reopen production sites at …

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Candelaria Mining Corp Announces Closing of Final Tranche of Non-Broker Private Placement; raises CA $ 5.1 million in gross proceeds

The Vancouver, B.C.-based exploration company said the gross proceeds collected as part of the final offering will be used for general corporate purposes. Candelaria Mining Corp announced that it has closed the second and final tranche of its non-middleman private placement, issuing 1,136,997 company shares at a price of C …

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Spilled oil disposal start-up wins Macau’s first innovation and entrepreneurship competition for companies in Brazil and Portugal

Biosolvit, a startup that has developed a product to absorb petroleum derivatives on land or at sea, won first prize in the first innovation and entrepreneurship competition (Macao) for technology companies from Brazil and Portugal that s ‘is held yesterday (Friday). Organized by the Economic and Technological Development Office (DSEDT) …

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Continued Progress with Cat Removal and Land Cleanup Cited at Tar Creek Annual Conference | Local news

MIAMI, Okla. – More than 5 million tonnes of cat has been removed and at least 793 acres of lead contaminated land in the Tar Creek Superfund site has now been cleared, according to project managers who attended this year’s Tar Creek conference at Miami. Entities that were instrumental in …

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Leading companies in UK, Africa and Latin America unite for billion dollar metal mining deal

South African precious metals company Sibanye-Stillwater has engaged three leading law firms as legal advisers for the purchase of the Santa Rita nickel mine and the Serrote copper mine in Brazil for 1 billion dollars. UK firm Clifford Chance, South African firm Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr and Brazilian firm Machado Meyer …

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Nostrum Oil & Gas PLC up thanks to a strong production quarter

15h355: Nostrum boosted by the production update Nostrum Oil & Gas PLC jumped 11% to 8.94p after a third quarter operational update. Average daily production after treatment for the first nine months of 2021 was 17,532 barrels of oil equivalent (boe) with average daily sales volumes of 15,838 boe per …

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Bens Creek increases mining contract for West Virginia metallurgical coal project

By Joe Hoppe Shares of Bens Creek Group PLC rose on Friday after it said it had entered into a mining services contract with Mega Highwall Mining LLC, with Mega producing Bens Creek metallurgical coal reserves for a first year. Shares at 07:20 GMT were up 3.0 pence, or 17.1% …

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Magna Mining closes first tranche of non-middleman private placement

Magna Mining Inc. is pleased to announce that it has completed the first tranche of its previously announced non-brokered private placement under which the Company sold a total of 5,888,900 flow-through common shares at a price of $ 0.45. ‘share, for a total gross proceeds of approximately $ 2,650,000. The …

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GR Engineering to renovate and upgrade the Cosmos nickel concentrator

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on October 28, 2021 GR Engineering Services Ltd is preparing to upgrade the existing nickel concentrator in Cosmos Nickel operations, owned by Western Areas Ltd, after signing an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract with one of the minor’s subsidiaries. The project is located 30 km …

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Coburn Progress Has Strandline On Track For First Production

Strandline Resources is on track to deliver first production from its Coburn mineral sands project in Western Australia by December 2022 after a period of sustained construction. According to the company’s quarterly activity report, construction on the Coburn project is now 28 percent complete and all major construction contracts awarded …

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Duterte administration to lift surface mining ban – Manila Bulletin

The Duterte administration is set to reverse its earlier decision on whether to uphold the ban on the surface mining method that is supposed to appease environmental groups. On Wednesday, October 27, Business Bulletin obtained a draft administrative order (DAO) from the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) …

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Laser Hair Removal Market To Cross $ 3,433.4 Million By 2031 | Growing Demand For Aesthetic Procedures Boosts Market Growth, Says Growth Plus

NEW YORK, October 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Global Laser Hair Removal Market is expected to reach approximately US $ 3,433.4 million by 2031 due to changing lifestyles and increasing demand for cosmetic procedures. Request a copy of this report: https://growthplusreports.com/product/laser-hair-removal-market/ Growth factor The major players are gradually …

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St Barbara eyes new open pit mine at Leonora

The Leonora operations. Picture: St. Barbara St Barbara has outlined aspirations for a new surface mine to be built at its Leonora gold operations in Western Australia in the first stage of its Leonora Province plan. The open pit is dependent on continued encouraging interceptions from its Trevor Bore deposit, …

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New Cougar Mining Group Combines Various OEM, Service, Mining and Parts Businesses into One Unified Team

Posted by Paul Moore on October 25, 2021 Ta merger of Cougar Mining Group, Australian Mining Equipment, Highwall Mining Australia and Pipelion Operations into one consolidated group headquartered in Tomago, NSW was recently announced. “The existing Cougar Mining Group and Australian Mining Equipment companies merge together to form a new …

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Wreckage at Outer Banks ready for removal; project is expected to cost nearly $ 300,000

NAGS HEAD, NC (WNCN) – Officials say work will begin soon to remove wreckage from the Outer Banks. A scallop called Ocean Pursuit, also known as Cameron Scott, ran aground on March 1, 2020 and is now stuck in the sand. The crew were rescued. The ship is stuck south …

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Daines would add wilderness elimination to Tester’s Blackfoot Clearwater bill

Senator Jon Tester joins supporters near Missoula to push for passage of the Blackfoot-Clearwater Stewardship Act in this 2018 file photo. (Current file Martin Kidston / Missoula) Senator Jon Tester is pushing again to pass his Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act, but he receives little support from the other senator from …

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City of Superior announces new sidewalk snow removal program

(courtesy of Facebook / Jim Paine, Mayor of Superior) SUPERIOR, Wisconsin – In an effort to maintain safe routes for students to school this winter, the city of Superior has announced a new sidewalk snow removal program. According to a Wednesday morning press release, the city will help clear sidewalks …

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Demonstrating the strength of Canadian gold mining

Demonstrating the strength of Canadian gold mining Gold mining has long played a vital role in shaping Canadian cities and its modern economy. The gold mining infrastructure that was built along the country’s towns in the 19th century grew to provide $21.6 billion exports for Canada in 2020. Combined with …

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BELAZ Celebrates 500th 7558 Series 90t Mining Truck and Finalizes New Wheel Loader

Posted by Paul Moore on October 19, 2021 BELAZ recently reached a milestone with the assembly of its 500th 90 t 7558 mining dump truck. The mining dump trucks of this particular series made history as the world’s first dump trucks with a capacity of payload of 90 t equipped …

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Hydrogen sulfide phase-out market size and forecast in 2028

New Jersey, United States, – The Hydrogen Sulphide Disposal Market The report provides vital information that prepares market players to compete fiercely against their toughest competitors on the basis of growth, sales, and revenue among other critical factors. The research study sheds light on key growth opportunities and market trends …

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Vale and Jiangsu Shagang target low-carbon steel production path

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on October 18, 2021 Vale says it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Jiangsu Shagang Group Co Ltd, in which the two agree to seek opportunities to develop steel solutions focused on reducing CO2 emissions. Vale and Jiangsu Shagang intend to develop economic feasibility studies …

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Idaho’s Jay Inslee and Mike Simpson team up for dam removal

Washington Governor Jay Inslee is a global warming alarmist, environmentalist and granola eater. US Senator Patty Murray from Washington is cut from the same fabric. They appear to be new best friends with the Republican Rep. Mike simpson of Idaho. All three are potential dam breakers. Simpson wants to remove …

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The Riftbreaker Review – Surface mining for science

Riftbreaker review Developers have been taking bold risks with genre mixes for years now. Most of the time, the results are a sum of their parts. Disparate sections that kind of cling together, fresh, raw connective tissue. The Riftbreaker feels more organic, more responsive. Of course, you can mix survival …

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Visualize the journey of a mining entrepreneur

Mining may be an industry almost as old as mankind itself, but the process by which a plot of land becomes a mine is no different from the modern start-up. It takes someone with vision, knowledge, capital and above all social skills to overcome obstacles and pitfalls in order to …

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Fiore reports gold production | Mining

VANCOUVER-Fiore Gold Ltd. announced gold production for the quarter ending September 30 of 13,527 ounces from its Pan mine in Nevada, and production for the full year ending September 30 of 45,397 ounces. The company also announced a two-year mine extension following successful exploration and that the feasibility study for …

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First Majestic Reports Record Production | Mining

ADELLA HARDING Mining Correspondent First Majestic Silver Corp. produced a record 7.3 million ounces of silver equivalent in the third quarter, including 3.3 million ounces of silver and 54,525 ounces of gold, including 26,145 ounces of gold from the mine Jerritt Canyon north of Elko. “The record quarter is primarily …

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Metso Outotec introduces new modular filter for battery chemicals industry

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on October 12, 2021 Metso Outotec announces the introduction of a new modular filter in its family of dual media (DM) filters, with the Metso Outotec DM1000 compact polishing filter particularly suitable for the removal and recovery of organic compounds and solids in small feed streams …

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Kepler Carbon ReCapture Signs Up For $ 100 Million In XPRIZE Carbon Scrapping In Search Of Scalable Solutions To Climate Change

The 4-year global competition invites teams from anywhere to create and demonstrate solutions that can extract carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere or the ocean 1000 tonnes per year is a tall order, but our team is up to it. It is geoengineering on a scale that humanity has never …

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State-of-the-art Surface Miner Vermeer technology

In our ever-changing world, one of the things you can always count on is technology. We can do things today that we couldn’t do 10 years ago with our evolving and improving technology, and the next 10 years will lead to more continuous improvements. Technology on the Vermeer’s surface miner …

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Miami’s latest tech trend is garbage disposal powered by AI

Written by Ryan Johnston Oct 7, 2021 | STATESCOOP Government officials in Miami on Wednesday announced a new pilot project that will add artificial intelligence-powered cameras to the city’s garbage collection. Over the next 60 days, the city’s solid waste division will install AI-powered cloud-connected cameras in 40 dumpsters around …

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BQE Water: Kemess Selen-IX Selenium Removal Plant Wins Best Clean50 Project in Canada

Vancouver – BQE Eau inc. (TSX-V: BQE), a leader in the management of mining wastewater and metallurgical penetrant flow, is proud to have our Kemess Selen-IX plant for selenium removal recognized with a 2022 award. Top Clean50 project Price per Delta Management Group. Clean50 Top Projects rewards the best sustainable …

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Centric Partners with SFTP Mining to Unlock Key Mining Metrics

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on October 6, 2021 SFTP Mining, a Ivory Coast-based mining entrepreneur, has partnered with Centric Mining Systems, part of the Datamine family, to, he says, provide efficient access to key project metrics not only for SFTP but also for its mining customers. Centric Mining Systems has …

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BQE Water Kemess Selen-IX (TM) Selenium Removal Plant Wins Canada’s Best Clean50 Project Award

Vancouver, British Columbia –News Direct– BQE Water Inc. Vancouver, BC – TheNewswire – October 6, 2021 – BQE Water Inc. (TSXV: BQE) (OTC: BTQNF), a leader in the management of mining wastewater and metallurgical purge streams, is proud to have our factory Kemess Selen-IX ™ for selenium removal awarded Clean50 …

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Wild horse advocates cry foul as dawn of huge roundup and withdrawal

Federal contractors plan to herd 4,300 feral horses in southwestern Wyoming – permanently removing around 70% of them – starting Thursday in a venture that results in years of conflict between land managers and wildlife, horse breeders and advocates. The raid on 3.4 million acres of “checkered” land property could …

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Final Fantasy XIV Releases Some Details About Upcoming HQ Items Removal

Final Fantasy XIV doing a lot at the moment. Between preparing the launch of a new extension, Endwalker, coming soon, dealing with server issues, and now there are details about the upcoming end of HQ items and changes to the ongoing collection. The upcoming 6.0 update will eliminate HQ items …

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6 congressmen demand removal of Rana Gurjeet Singh from proposed cabinet list

Six Congressmen from Doaba and a former chairman of the Punjab Congress Committee have asked Navjot Singh Siddhu to remove Rana Gurjeet Singh from the proposed cabinet list due to his involvement in the “mining scandal” and instead “to include a clean Dalit face for the next elections ”. “ …

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Sentinels of Security Award, 2019 and 2020 | Mining

Forty US mining operations, including 12 coal mines and 28 mineral or metal mines – with two 2020 winners from Nevada – were awarded a Sentinels of Safety Award from the National Mining Association in a ceremony at MINExpo International in Las Vegas September 14. The Safety Watchers Awards recognize …

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Interview with the founder of Heimdal Carbon Removal, Erik Millar

You founded Heimdal with your friend Marcus Lima in 2020. How long has it been since you had the idea for the company and what was it originally inspired by? We started working on the business in October 2020. We started the business because climate change is the greatest threat …

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Skycatch Charts the Future of Autonomous Mining with DJI M300 Mapping and Analysis Solution

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on September 13, 2021 Skycatch, based in San Francisco, has made waves in the drone space with a range of mapping solutions suitable for mining applications, but, according to CTO David Chen, sees itself as a ” The software “. He explained to I AM: “We …

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NUM calls for closure and removal of Eskom CEO

DECLARATION OF THE NATIONAL UNION OF MINOR WORKERS: NUM Highveld region embarks on blackout in Eskom, calls for impeachment of power company CEO Andre de Ryter The Highveld Region National Miners’ Union (NUM) today organized a Regional Council of Eskom Works Stewards to discuss concerns about Eskom insulting its employees …

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NGM, i-80 gold exchange properties | Mining

ADELLA HARDING Mining Correspondent Nevada Gold Mines and i-80 Gold Corp. reached an agreement that gives NGM full ownership of the South Arturo mine and gives i-80 Gold the Lone Tree and Buffalo Mountain properties. In addition, i-80 Gold acquires the Ruby Hill mine from Waterton Global Resources Management. NGM …

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President’s impeachment reverses African nation’s slow progress towards democracy

This is a dramatic setback for Guinea, where many hoped the country had turned the page on military takeovers. On Sunday, the Guinean junta arrested President Alpha Condé and seized power in a coup. The junta also said that the provincial governors of Guinea would be replaced by regional commanders. …

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Future Industrial: Innovation of new efficiencies thanks to the elimination of colloidal silica

With the potential to cause lost revenue and, in the worst-case scenario, completely shut down a mine, finding innovative ways to identify and mitigate the risks associated with colloidal silica is crucial if mines are to remain operational and optimize their effectiveness, writes Daniel Verwey, Chief Technology Officer at Protea …

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Progress Made on Parrot Residue Removal | Local

Some suspect floors come out clean, some floors that look benign are actually dirty, added John Trudnowski, senior engineer at WET. That is why every load is tested. WET staff demonstrated what these tests looked like by placing overburden, tailings, slag, and black clay in bowls on the table – …

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Commission discusses elimination of racist language

It seems likely that the Alabama legislature will vote next year to remove outdated voting tax language from the state constitution. But a commission tasked with removing racist language from the state’s founding document is still considering what action, if any, needs to be taken regarding language dealing with separate …

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Lithium Fuels Hope for Renewal on California’s Largest Lake | Mining

CALIPATRIA, Calif. (AP) — Near Southern California’s dying Salton Sea, a canopy next to a geothermal power plant covers large pools of saltwater left over after a super-hot liquid was drilled into the undersea. deep ground to operate steam turbines. The vats connect to tubes that spit out what looks …

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Autonomous backflow offers major potential benefits in the rehabilitation of mining sites

Posted by Paul Moore on Aug 31, 2021 The rehabilitation of the mine site generally includes a significant component of earthworks, the scale of which may include considerable resources (assets and personnel) at a substantial cost to the mining company, and at a time when the costs are not offset …

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The climate crisis requires all the tools at our disposal, including carbon elimination

Wake people up. Have you read the United Nations latest climate report? I hope the alarm bells will ring. With climate-induced flooding on the east coast and fires on the west coast, humanity is in danger. Younger generations and unborn children are in danger. UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change …

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Baffinland continues phase two equipment retirement

Baffinland Iron Mines is keeping its promise to remove equipment from the Mary River mine site that was to be used as part of phase two of the expansion project. A shipment of this equipment has already left for the south and three more loads are expected to be completed …

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Fiore Gold Reports Quarterly Results | Mining

VANCOUVER-Fiore Gold Ltd. reported net income of $4.14 million, or 4 cents per share, for the quarter ending June 30 and gold production at the Pan Mine in Nevada totaled 11,751 ounces during the quarter, or the company’s third fiscal quarter. Adjusted net profit was nearly $4.47 million in the …

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TAKRAF Bucket Wheel Sets New Overburden Removal Record at SUEK’s Nazarovsky Mine

Posted by Paul Moore on Aug 25, 2021 For July 2021, a TAKRAF SRs (K) bucket wheel excavator (BWE) at SUEK’s Nazarovsky open-pit mine in Russia, part of an integrated high-capacity material handling system, dug and moved 1,236,000 m3 of overburden, breaking a previous monthly record that lasted six years. …

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Bowen Basin’s last coalman enters the ring

Vitrinite began mining bulk samples at its Vulcan mining complex in Queensland, before an impending mining license allowed it to scale up to two million tonnes per year. The private coking coal miner has a portfolio of assets in Queensland’s Bowen Basin and Vulcan is expected to be next in …

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First Majestic’s turnover reaches a record | Mining

ADELLA HARDING Mining Correspondent First Majestic Silver Corp., the new owner of the Jerritt Canyon mine in Elko County, announced record earnings on Monday from gold production from the new Nevada operations. The Vancouver-based company said revenue rose to $154.1 million due to about two months of gold production at …

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The Diocese of Marbel launches a signature campaign for the maintenance of the ban on surface mining in the south of Cotabato

KORONADAL CITY (MindaNews / Aug 16) – A Catholic Church-led signature campaign demanding the continuation of the controversial ban on surface mining in southern Cotabato was launched on Monday, with organizers vowing to make mining an electoral issue for the sake of the environment, food security and for future generations. …

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Barrick Supports Emissions Challenge | Mining

Barrick Gold Corp. TORONTO—Barrick Gold Corp. announced that the company has become a sponsor of the Charge on Innovation Challenge, an industry-wide effort to reduce emissions from surface mining. The challenge takes the form of a global competition and seeks to leverage the experience and ideas of a variety of …

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Visualize how ocean mining works

Mapping: electric vehicle battery manufacturing capacity, by region Demand for lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles (EVs) is growing rapidly – expected to reach 9,300 gigawatt hours (GWh) by 2030 – up by more than 1600% from 2020 levels. For this reason, the development of domestic battery supply chains, including battery …

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DENR to maintain nationwide surface mining ban – Manila Bulletin

The Department of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has chosen to maintain the national ban on surface mines amid clamor from environmental groups. This was after the government agency attempted to insert a provision into the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of Executive Decree 130 that would also lift …

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i-80 Gold publishes its first quarterly report | Mining

ADELLA HARDING Mining Correspondent In the second quarter, i-80 Gold Corp. reported an adjusted loss of $2.6 million as the company completed the transition from Premier Gold Mines to become a standalone Nevada-focused company following Premier’s acquisition by Equinox Gold earlier this year. For the first quarter as a publicly …

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Australia’s Newcrest invests $ 181 million to expand surface mining at Telfer mine

Aug.12 (Reuters) – Newcrest Mining Ltd said Thursday it has committed A $ 246 million ($ 181.4 million) to expand surface mining at its Telfer mine in Western Australia, which will extend operations for at at least two years. Australia’s largest listed gold miner said it has contracted for work …

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Hycroft’s gold and silver production on the rise | Mining

ADELLA HARDING Mining Correspondent Pre-commercial production from Hycroft Mining Holding Corp. reached 16,776 ounces of gold and 139,351 ounces of silver as the company continues to investigate its proprietary sulphide oxidation process and processing potential at the Hycroft Mine in Nevada. Run-of-mine gold production was up 212% from the 2020 …

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Hecla Announces Revenue Growth | Mining

ADELLA HARDING Mining Correspondent Hecla Mining Co. reported adjusted net income of $32.8 million, or 6 cents per share, for the second quarter, compared to $7.3 million, or 1 cent per share, in the 2020 quarter, and reported announced that the Fire Creek mine and Midas mill in Nevada are …

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How Komatsu is helping partners move from manual to stand-alone operations

We sat down with the Komatsu Mining Technology Solutions team, led by Shingo Hori, Senior Vice President, Mining Technology Solutions, and Anthony Cook, Vice President, Autonomous Mining Systems, to discuss how Komatsu is helping its partners to move from manual to stand-alone operations. Q: When should companies think about change …

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Yamana Gold retains Wasamac electrification pathway in new study

Yamana Gold reiterated a plan to minimize the amount of carbon emissions generated from the development and operation of the Wasamac gold project in Quebec, Canada, in its first study since acquiring the asset from Monarch Gold. Monarques, before being acquired by Yamana Gold, had drawn up plans for an …

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Epiroc braces for new order records after strong Q2

Record orders received, high revenue growth and improved profitability were all part of Epiroc’s financial results for the June quarter as the OEM also made significant progress on its diesel-electric modernization plan. -battery to help electrify the mining sector. Orders received rose 37% to a record high of SEK 11.07 …

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Mining supervisory board still without members a year after Sisolak announces plans to make appointments | Mining

DANIEL ROTHBERG The Nevada Independent Throughout the year, Governor Steve Sisolak’s office sends out press releases that include a long list of recent appointments to state boards, commissions, and agencies. In June, the Democratic governor made 78 nominations. The previous month, he had made 31 appointments. Absent from these lists: …

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North America Mining Equipment Market – Growth, Trends, Impact of COVID-19 and Forecast (2021)

North America Mining Equipment Market was valued at USD 10.35 Billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 14.89 Billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 4.58% during the forecast period. The COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent shutdowns have not affected the North American mining equipment market much as …

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North America Mining Equipment Market

New York, July 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Mining Equipment Market in North America – Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact and Forecast (2021 – 2026)” – https: / /www.reportlinker.com/p06101231/?utm_source=GNW However, in the first few months, equipment sales declined, but as the situations were brought …

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Australian government supports mining and metallurgical sector decarbonization initiative

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on Jun 30, 2021 A new cooperative research center focused on integrating green energy sources such as hydrogen, ammonia and solar energy into high temperature and high emission manufacturing processes of products like steel, aluminum and cement has won support from the Australian government. The Heavy …

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Surface mining on eastern slopes is one of the biggest problems our generation faces, says rancher

The Blades family of Nanton, Alberta. has been linked with Cabin Ridge Mountain for a century. Named after the family’s original cabin, the mountain overlooks essential summer pastures at Rocking P Ranch. It has remained constant as generations have nurtured a deep love and sense of responsibility for this landscape, …

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