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BHPB hit by rising costs at Worsley

BHP Billiton has blamed inflationary pressures and a stronger Australian dollar for a cost blowout at its Worsley alumina project in Western Australia
Headline Article Finance 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Cliffs’ Pinnacle mine to stay shut

A remediation plan designed to address the levels of carbon monoxide at Cliffs Natural Resources Inc’s Pinnacle coal mine in West Virginia has been rejected by regulators
Magazine Article Production and Markets 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

LSE-TMX deal fails, exchange consolidations scrutinised

The success rate of cross-border stock exchange consolidations took another hit this week following the termination of a proposed US$3.4 billion merger between the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) and Canada’s TMX Group
Headline Article Finance 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

UK Bribery Act takes effect

The UK Bribery Act took effect on July 1, becoming the most stringent regulations on bribery and corruption anywhere in the world.
Breaking News Article Reports 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

BHP Billiton's potash mine clears environmental standards

BHP Billiton has received environmental approval for the development of its Jansen potash mine in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Denmark aims for Arctic

Denmark’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs will deliver a report to the Danish parliament (the Folketing) on June 30 setting out the country’s strategy for securing mineral rights in the Arctic
Magazine Article EMEA 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Community engagement: Moving beyond policy rhetoric

An integrated and collaborative approach to agreement-making with local communities is critical at the project level
Reports Article EMEA 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Community engagement: Not in my back yard

MPE outlines some of the steps to take when faced with community opposition
Reports Article Americas 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Government disengagement

The links between community and politics are perhaps somewhat overlooked, but politically-motivated community action can have lasting effects on mine development
Comment Article Opinion 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Investors call for better oil sands monitoring

Investment groups representing over US$1,300 billion in assets under management have made a submission to the Alberta Environment Monitoring Panel calling for ‘world-class’ monitoring of the Alberta oil sands
Magazine Article Reports 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Gold gets conflict-free standard

The World Gold Council (WGC) and its members have developed two standards aimed at removing gold sold to fund conflict from the gold market. The WGC said it had developed a framework to track gold from the mine to the end of the refining process
Magazine Article EMEA 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Tailings: Leading by example

The Equator Principles are allowing low income economies to lead the way in ESIA practice
Comment Article EMEA 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

US settles Bunker Hill Superfund suit

Hecla Mining Co has agreed to pay US$263.4 million towards the clean up of mining waste in the Coeur d’Alene Basin in Idaho, settling a legal suit first opened in 1991 by the Coeur d’Alene Indian Tribe
Magazine Article Reports 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

US maintains ban on Grand Canyon mining

US Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has said he will take action to prevent the opening of federal lands near the Grand Canyon to uranium mining
Magazine Article Reports 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Kimberley credibility continues to sink

Monitoring of the world’s diamond trade is in a state of near breakdown. The latest blow came with an announcement by the South African Ministry of Mineral Resources that the country will accept rough stones from Zimbabwe’s Marange diamond field
Magazine Article EMEA 30 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Vogel intercepts

Lake Shore Gold Corp has intersected further gold mineralisation at its Vogel prospect, part of the Bell Creek property near Timmins in Ontario
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 24 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Tulsequah Chief study revives potential

An independent preliminary economic assessment for Chieftain Metals Inc’s Tulsequah Chief polymetallic project in British Columbia has indicated the potential for a underground operation
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 24 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Monique intercepts

Richmont Mines Inc has intersected gold mineralisation at the G and J zones of its Monique gold property near Val d’Or, Quebec
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 24 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Radisson discovery

Radisson Mining Resources Inc reported the discovery of gold mineralisation near surface at the O’Brien-Kewagama property in Quebec
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 24 Jun 2011 0 Stars

Gahcho Kué finally moving ahead

The two partners in the Gahcho Kué diamond project in Canada’s Northwest Territories have reached agreement for the next development stage
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 24 Jun 2011 0 Stars
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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.
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