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Technology and software: Exploring software

The have been some recent announcements and new tools for exploration and evaluation software
Reports Article Reports 25 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Aurizon rebuff

Aurizon Mines Ltd said its board of directors unanimously recommended that shareholders reject a hostile takeover bid from fellow Canadian gold producer Alamos Gold Inc
Magazine Article Production and Markets 25 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Gold poll

The average spot gold price in 2013 will be US$1,775/oz, according to a Reuters’ poll of 37 analysts taken this month
Magazine Article Production and Markets 25 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Vertical integration,horizontal value

Many steelmakers have acquired iron-ore or coking-coal mines in recent years in an attempt to control raw-material prices, but an Ernst & Young (E&Y) report this week showed that vertical integration does not always have a positive effect on enterprise value
Comment Article Opinion 25 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Raising funds in 2013

Lewis Silkin expects alternative financing to continue to be sought in the year ahead
Reports Article Reports 25 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Cliffs writes down value of Thompson by US$1bn

US-based iron-ore producer Cliffs Natural Resources Inc said it was booking a US$1 billion goodwill impairment charge related to its 2011 acquisition of Consolidated Thompson Iron Mines Ltd for US$4.9 billion
Headline Article Finance 25 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Out of this world

As interest grows around the mining industry's plans to prospect space and mine asteroids, we collect together recent articles on the topic.
Breaking News Article Exploration & Development 23 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Denison’s C$70M deal

Denison Mines Corp signed a letter of intent with Fission Energy Corp this week to acquire some of Fission’s uranium projects for around C$70 million (US$71 million), payable in Denison shares
Magazine Article Finance 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Rio's Albanese steps down following US$14Bn write-downs

Rio Tinto’s chief executive Tom Albanese has quit unexpectedly after the company revealed US$14 billion worth of impairments related to its aluminium and coal businesses
Headline Article Production and Markets 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Harry Winston to sell jewellery arm for US$1Bn to Swatch and eyes mines expansion in Canada

Toronto-based Harry Winston Diamond Corp has agreed to sell its diamond jewellery and watch division, Harry Winston Inc, for about US$1 billion
Headline Article Finance 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Malecha joins Compass

Francis Malecha was appointed Compass Minerals International Inc president and chief executive officer
Appointment Announcement Article People and Appointments 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Alcoa CFO

Alcoa Inc said William Oplinger will become chief financial officer effective April 1, succeeding Charles McLane, who has been at the company for 40 years
Appointment Announcement Article People and Appointments 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

US DoE sets up centre to tackle rare-earth shortages

The US Department of Energy (DoE) has earmarked US$120 million for a research centre that will develop solutions to domestic shortages of rare earth metals and other materials critical for energy security
Magazine Article Production and Markets 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Russians to take full control of Uranium One

Uranium One Inc said its Russian majority shareholder had agreed to pay C$1.3 billion (US$1.3 billion) to buy out minority shareholders
Magazine Article Production and Markets 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Alamos Gold launches hostile C$780M bid for Aurizon Mines

Alamos Gold Inc has launched an unsolicited bid to buy Canadian gold producer Aurizon Mines Ltd for about C$780 million (US$792 million) in cash and shares
Magazine Article Finance 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

First Quantum and Inmet’s relations deteriorate over Cobre Panama

Relations between First Quantum Minerals Ltd and its takeover target, Inmet Mining Corp, worsened as the two companies quarrelled over Inmet’s potential sale of a minority stake in the US$6.2 billion Cobre Panama copper-gold project
Headline Article Finance 18 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Rio notches up another iron ore record

Rio Tinto said it had set a new annual record for global iron ore production in 2012, but the miner reported mixed results for its coal and copper divisions.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 15 Jan 2013 0 Stars

US research centre to find solutions to rare earth shortages

The Critical Materials Institute (CMI), will develop solutions to the domestic shortages of rare earth metals and other critical materials.
Breaking News Article Reports 15 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Draft permit for Reno Creek uranium plan

Bayswater Uranium Corp reports that its associate company AUC LLC has received a draft Underground Injection Control (UIC) permit for its Reno Creek uranium project, south of Gillette, Wyoming.
Magazine Article Americas 15 Jan 2013 0 Stars

Free, prior and informed consent: Protecting communities

Oxfam America says the adoption of human-rights policies is encouraging
Reports Article Americas 15 Jan 2013 0 Stars
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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.
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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