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Teck cuts back

Teck Resources Ltd shelved plans to restart its 3Mt/y-4Mt/y Quintette coking-coal project in British Columbia until the market improves
Magazine Article Americas 25 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Cliffs ready to engage

Cliffs Natural Resources Inc has said its board and management would engage with activist shareholder Casablanca Capital LP to “reach a resolution that is in the best interests of all Cliffs shareholders”
Magazine Article Americas 25 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Sandstorm consolidation

Canadian gold streaming company Sandstorm Gold Ltd (SG) unveiled an agreed bid to acquire Sandstorm Metals & Energy Ltd (SME)
Magazine Article Americas 25 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Shiell exits

America’s Stillwater Mining Co’s vice president of mining operations, Kevin Shiell, resigned on April 16 to “pursue other interests”, the company said
Appointment Announcement Article Americas 25 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Barrick-Newmont talks at standstill

Disagreement over the spin-out of certain assets that had stalled merger talks between Barrick Gold Corp and its rival, Newmont Mining Corp have been resolved, but talks are at a standstill for now, according to Reuters
Magazine Article Americas 25 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Special report: Change of plan

John Davies, president for more than 20 years of Mintec, spoke to Mining Journal about what the Hexagon acquisition meant for the mining software developer
Reports Article Mining ICT 24 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Special report: New side to Hexagon

One of the world’s largest mining technology firms takes shape
Reports Article Mining ICT 24 Apr 2014 0 Stars

The new deal

The battle for Osisko Mining Corp and its Canadian Malartic gold mine did not recently end as expected despite certain analyst suggestions that hostile suitor Goldcorp’s increased offer on April 10 was likely a winning move.
Magazine Article Americas 22 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Commitment issues

BHP Billiton (BHPB) surprised a lot of people last year when it pledged to spend a fair chunk of money on its Jansen potash project in Saskatchewan in Canada. Many investors and shareholders expected the asset’s fate to go the same way as the Olympic Dam expansion or the Outer Harbour project at Port Hedland.
Magazine Article Americas 22 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Moly Mines changes

ASX- and TSX-listed iron-ore producer Moly Mines Ltd announced a number of changes to its management team following a review
Appointment Announcement Article Americas 17 Apr 2014 0 Stars

PotashCorp appoints CEO

Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc appointed Jochen Tilk as chief executive (CEO), effective July 1
Appointment Announcement Article Americas 17 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Goldcorp raises bid for Osisko

Goldcorp Inc upped its hostile offer for Osisko Mining Corp to C$3.6 billion (US$3.29 billion), raising the stakes in a bidding war with rival Yamana Gold Inc
Magazine Article Americas 17 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Lincoln adds two

Lincoln Mining Corp, a Canadian-based precious metals exploration and development company with three projects in the US, appointed Robert Schafer and Kevin Nishi as directors
Appointment Announcement Article Americas 17 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Nevada Copper is nearly there

There are other things mining bosses need to do besides building and running mines
Magazine Article Americas 17 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Hexagon adds software to portfolio

Continuing with its recent M&A escapade, Hexagon AB has acquired software developer Mintec Inc for an undisclosed sum “providing a platform for comprehensive life-of-mine solutions”, according to Hexagon president and chief executive Ola Rollén
Magazine Article EMEA 17 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Lakeland acquires five new uranium properties

Canada’s Lakeland Resources Inc acquired five uranium properties in the Athabasca Basin region in Saskatchewan
Magazine Article Americas 17 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Joy Global purchases hard rock equipment supplier

American equipment firm Joy Global Inc has signed a definitive agreement to purchase certain assets of Mining Technologies Inc for C$51 million (US$47 million)
Magazine Article Americas 17 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Rare earth elements: A walk in the park, it isn’t

Amid falling production, several companies are vying to become the world’s biggest rare-earths producer
Reports Article Americas 16 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Lithium: Beyond the hype

Mining Journal speaks to Roskill Global Commodities about the prospects for the lithium market
Reports Article Americas 16 Apr 2014 0 Stars

Graphite: Graphite ahoy!

The mineral could go far if electric cars take off, but is the excitement justified?
Reports Article Americas 16 Apr 2014 0 Stars
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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
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Midway Gold is an emerging, near-term gold producer on track to bring its first million-ounce project, the Pan mine, to production in 2014
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