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Sandvik Divests Conveyor Components as Final Step in Exiting Mining Systems

July 26, 2017

Sandvik has signed an agreement to divest the conveyor components’ parts of the Mining Systems business, including the closely related specialist conveyor systems business in Hollola (Finland), to NEPEAN Conveyors Pty Ltd, a privately owned Australian based company. As reported,

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Yangquan Coal Industry to Boost Production with Collaboration with Baidu, China

July 25, 2017

Shanxi Province-based Yangquan Coal Industry (Group) Co Ltd (Yangquan) announced its collaboration with domestic search engine powerhouse Baidu.com in artificial intelligence (AI), big data and cloud technology on July 11. With technological support from Baidu.com, Yangquan expects to boost its

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State-owned Coal India Set to Shut Down High Risk Mines

July 25, 2017

State-owned Coal India will close down high-risk mines that are beyond mitigation, Parliament was informed today. “Coal India Ltd (CIL) has graded all mines in high, moderate and low risk categories.  Mine-wise action plan to mitigate high and moderate risk

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Modernization Has Paid Off for the Coal Industry in China

July 25, 2017

Coal industry profits in China are expected to remain high in the second half of the year, thanks to government efforts to cut excessive capacity and the stable growth of the overall economy, said experts. “The economic recovery has led

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Acacia Mining Disputes $190 Billion Bill for Unpaid Taxes from Tanzania Gov’t

July 25, 2017

Acacia is caught up in sweeping changes to Tanzania’s mining industry spearheaded by President John Magufuli who believes the country is not getting its fair share of profits Tanzania has issued a notice demanding $190bn in unpaid taxes, penalties and

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Rio Tinto’s $2 Billion Amrun Bauxite Project on Track for First Shipment in 2019, Queensland

July 24, 2017

Mining giant Rio Tinto’s A$2.6bn ($2bn) Amrun bauxite project in Australia is on track to reach the target of commencing shipments in the first quarter of 2019. One third of the project’s construction has now been completed according to Queensland

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BHP to Invest $277 Million to Modernize Olympic Dam Smelter Operations, South Australia

July 24, 2017

BHP Billiton has announced an investment of A$350 ($277m) to enhance and modernize the smelter operations at its Olympic Dam copper mine in South Australia. For the 2017 financial year, the mining giant reported that its copper production at the

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Luxembourg Parliament Passes First Legal Framework for Space Resources Utilization

July 21, 2017

Mining companies pull valuable material out of the earth and sell it. That’s their job and while there’s plenty of controversy over where, when and to what extent corporations should be allowed to exploit our planet, human civilization wouldn’t be

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Mine Workers Strike in Peru Over New Labor Reform Mining Laws

July 21, 2017

Union workers at more than 50 mines in Peru have gone on strike to protest parts of a labor reform that they say will harm workers’ rights. Ricardo Juarez is leader of a national federation of miners. He says the

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Protesters Continue to Disrupt Mining at New Talisman Gold Mines at Karangahake Gorge, New Zealand

July 21, 2017

Protesters have renewed efforts to disrupt gold mining operations in the Karangahake Gorge. New Talisman Gold Mines reported a massive find of quality gold at the mine between Paeroa and Waihi earlier earlier this month, as part of a three

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