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Copper North looks east

Many North American investors would have been scratching their heads over Copper North Mining’s decision to employ a Chinese firm for the feasibility study on its Carmacks copper project in the Yukon. But it could be just what the doctor ordered. Full story...

Time to dig up the past

The low hanging fruit is gone. The majors have chopped billions of dollars from cost bases and have appeased shareholders with either the payment, or promise, of capital returns. To keep dividends coming, though, they have to confront the industry’s great bugbear, productivity. Full story...

Coal still king in China: WoodMac

Coal will remain the dominant fuel in China’s energy mix even as the state implements environmental policies that encourage more use of natural gas, Wood Mackenzie has concluded. Full story...

Kingsgate looks to new day

That was quick! Barely 5-6 weeks into his role as the new CEO of 200,000oz-per-annum gold miner Kingsgate Consolidated, Geoff Day has left the building. Day’s CFO Austen Perrin has also exited, just over three weeks after he started in the Kingsgate office. Full story...

IMF cuts growth forecasts

The latest IMF global growth forecast continued a depressingly long sequence of downgrades with the potential to sap optimism about the prospects for a cyclical recovery in mining profits. Full story...

Ironbark into starting blocks

Assuming the zinc price does what just about every expert predicts, Ironbark Zinc continues to appeal as a junior equity with huge upside. But there’s rarely certainty in the resources caper and, never mind the commodity price, there’s still a key process underway before Ironbark gets to start mining its massive Citronen zinc project in Greenland. Full story...

Rebuilding the Mt Morgans story

It must all seem a bit fruitless when a company has got good news to report but the macro market is bearish and not remotely interested. The well-credentialed Dacian Gold was a case in point this week. Full story...

Fighting with one arm tied behind their backs

In the past three months I have seen more presentations by heavily indebted gold miners, with no hedging but lots of hope, than I can remember seeing in the past 30 years. Full story...

Watch out below

Expect a lot more noise on the mining anti-bribery and corruption front after a relatively quiet decade, a leading global expert in corporate reputation management has warned – again. Full story...

Taking another look downstream

The article ‘Don’t look downstream’ from the 26 September issue of Mining Journal, presented a downbeat assessment of the prospects of the nuclear industry. It’s not a view shared by many beyond the more ardent opponents of nuclear energy. Full story...

Follow the leaders

Veteran mining IT executive Peter McLure says the fairly linear advance of mining’s technology-change ‘curve’ over many decades should now mirror the trajectory of other industries, where exponential rates of adjustment are becoming the norm in response to, or anticipation of, disruptive factors. Full story...

Glasenberg divides the market

Divisions have surfaced over the merits and likelihood of a takeover of Rio Tinto by Glencore, a move that would create a US$160 billion mining behemoth. Liberum Capital described itself as “super-sceptical” while Bernstein said a combined company (following a shares re-rating) could offer “value uplift of US$35 billion” Full story...
Read articles from the latest Print Edition - MJ 17/10/14

Professional PlacementsProfessional Placements: Executive Director - PDAC

The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to oversee its operations from its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario

Russian precious metals company Polymetal International plc’s commitment to establishing an extensive pipeline of growth projects has continued with the acquisition of the Kyzyl gold project.
Russian precious-metals company Polymetal International plc has made significant progress at the Semcha platinum-group metals (PGM) property in the past year as it moves the project towards a preliminary economic assessment
The Republic of Guinea intends to launch, pursuant to the mining Code, a competitive and transparent invitation to tender for three bauxite mining blocks located in the prefectures of Boffa, Boké and Télimélé.
Indochine Mining Limited is developing a high-grade gold project at Mt Kare in PNG by rapidly developing wide, high-grade gold zones
Sarama Resources is a West Africa-focused gold explorer with substantial landholdings in Burkina Faso, Liberia and Mali.

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