Peru won’t cancel Quellaveco copper mine permits, says prime minister
Peru will maintain licenses for the Quellaveco copper mine owned by Anglo American and Mitsubishi Corp companies, Prime Minister Anibal Torres said on Sunday on social media.
Top gold CEOs say soaring costs will hobble mining industry into 2023
The world’s top gold mining executives see cost pressures sticking around into next year, adding to industry headwinds fueled by economic and political uncertainty, supply-chain disruptions and surgin
Moody’s cuts metals price calls amid slowing global growth
Credit rating firm Moody’s Investors Service has pared down its 12-month price outlook for a basket of metals and mining commodities, citing a global economic slowdown and softening demand.
Chilean authorities suspend Alcaparrosa’s operations due to giant sinkhole
Chile’s National Geology and Mining Service, Sernageomin, ordered a temporary suspension of activities at Lundin Mining’s (TSX: LUN) Alcaparrosa mine following the opening of a giant sinkhole above th
Newcrest’s gold output jumps 31% as Cadia, Lihir mines outperform
Australia’s Newcrest Mining Ltd on Thursday reported a 30.8% sequential rise in fourth-quarter gold production, partly driven by higher mill throughput at its Lihir and Cadia mines.
Caledonia Mining to buy one of Zimbabwe’s largest gold projects
Caledonia Mining Corporation is set to be the new owner of one of Zimbabwe’s biggest gold mining projects after agreeing to acquire Bilboes Gold Limited, owner of the namesake gold project, in a $53 m