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WA environmental body rejects iron ore mine

EPA Chairman Dr Paul Vogel said the project, about 50km north of Koolyanobbing in the Shire of Yilgarn,

Politics

13 JAN 2015

Turkey law signals shifting ground

The unicameral Meclis (pronounced “Mejlis”) is conducting a final review, and assuming there aren’t any

Europe/Middle East

09 JAN 2015

Resource nationalism: a theme for all seasons

The answer, according to some analysts, is more resource nationalism (if that is the right word), not

Politics

06 JAN 2015

Barrick to suspend Lumwana on royalty hike

The new code eliminates corporate income tax, but imposes a 20% gross royalty on revenue, an increase

Africa

19 DEC 2014

Global coal demand to hit 9Bt by 2019

The report noted that despite China's efforts to moderate its coal consumption, it will still account

Politics

15 DEC 2014

Anglo to abandon Peru copper project

Under the terms of the agreement, Anglo American Michiquillay has begun the appropriate legal processes

Holmes checks economic pulse

The US Global Investors president and regular keynote speaker at Mines & Money told this year’s conference

Politics

07 DEC 2014

Not everyone agrees India is the new China

Proponents of this argument assume new prime minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India initiative will lead

Asia

06 DEC 2014

Polish coal giant sacks CEO

According to the report, state-owned Weglowa’s board issued a statement saying the dismissal was related

Leadership

27 NOV 2014

Nevsun under the spotlight

On the first front, a recent Bloomberg article alleged private equity fund QKR was close to making a

Capital markets

24 NOV 2014

The mood music in Indonesia

A major investment bank that has had its Asia Pacific analysts on the ground in Indonesia looking at

Asia

20 NOV 2014

Suriname buys into Merian project

Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname, the company representing the government, has already made an initial

Politics

18 NOV 2014

Rio Tinto and Sinosteel to extend Pilbara JV

Sam Walsh, Rio Tinto chief executive, and Xu Siwei, Sinosteel president, signed a heads of agreement

Politics

17 NOV 2014

Burkina coup presents long-term risks

Maplecroft (in an exclusive article on Mining Journal’s website) has predicted delays to mining-sector

Politics

06 NOV 2014

Alaskans vote mining down, pot up

The legislature will now be required to approve future large-scale metallic sulphide mines in the reserve

Politics

06 NOV 2014

Crisis could derail Burkina mining investment

Instability has been compounded by the subsequent seizure of power by military authorities in an apparent

Leadership

05 NOV 2014