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Tharisa warns of lower full-year earnings on the back of lower PGM prices
Published: 21 May 24
Platinum group metals (PGM) and chrome concentrate producer Tharisa has warned that its earnings per share (EPS) and headline earnings per share (HEPS) are likely to be up to 29% lower year-on-year for the financial year ended March 31, as a result of a 40% decrease in PGM price and increased cost pressures. EPS are expected to be between 22.4% to 28.2% lower year-on-year at between $0.125 and $0.135, while HEPS are expected to be between 23.3% and 29% lower year-on-year at between $0.125 and $0.135.
Consol Energy resumes shipments from marine terminal in Baltimore
Published: 21 May 24
Coal producer Consol Energy said on Tuesday shipments to international markets have resumed from its marine terminal in Baltimore. Coal exports from the busy US port of Baltimore were disrupted in March following the collapse of a bridge that was struck by a massive cargo ship. Consol's terminal was also shut following the incident.
Menar MD Vuslat Bayoğlu Menar advancing on the manganese front Has Video
Published: 21 May 24
Private investment company Menar, which is advancing steadily on the manganese front, has anthracite, coal, nickel, and gold in its diversified multi-country portfolio. The company's diversification into manganese began in 2021 with the East Manganese project in the Northern Cape, where a second manganese project is now at an advanced stage of assessment, and a manganese acquisition is under consideration.
The Ellendale mine in Western Australia Gibb River Diamonds shares surge on Ellendale lease news
Published: 21 May 24
The share price of Gibb River Diamonds surged 48% on Tuesday on news that the company has been granted key licences that are at the heart of developing the Ellendale project, in Western Australia. Gibb was granted three mining leases that cover the main portions of the historic workings at the E4 and E9 pipes, together with the extensively bulk-sampled E12 alluvials and their access.
Haul trucks in operation at a West African mine Use resources to diversify African economies, unlock sustainable growth
Published: 21 May 24
A majority of African economies, or 83%, are highly commodity-dependent and are vulnerable to external shocks, experiencing good growth when commodity prices are high, but seeing growth reversal and setbacks when prices are low. Chad, for example, experienced an average of 9% growth in GDP between 2001 and 2014, but since 2015, the GDP of the country has contracted and poverty increased. GDP per capita is decreasing and developmental gains have been reversed because of the inability to sustain economic growth.
Metals Australia granted drilling permits for Corvette River
Published: 21 May 24
Canada-focused Metals Australia has received all the required permitting approvals for a new drilling and trenching programme at Corvette River, in Quebec. The programme, which will include 10 diamond drillholes for up to 4 750 m and about 16 trenches, will test high-grade gold and silver targets, as well as priority lithium-bearing pegmatite targets.
US proposes end to federal coal leasing in Wyoming Powder River Basin US proposes end to federal coal leasing in Wyoming Powder River Basin
Published: 21 May 24
The Biden administration on Thursday proposed an end to future coal leasing on federal lands in Montana and Wyoming's Powder River Basin, the nation's most productive coal-producing region, in part because of the sector's emissions that worsen climate change. The two proposals from the US Bureau of Land Management respond to a 2022 federal court order requiring the agency to analyse the climate and public health impacts of burning fossil fuels in its land use plans for the areas.
The Railveyor system is a fully electric and autonomous bulk material handling system. Electrifying Elk Creek to reduce costs, accelerate production
Published: 21 May 24
Electrifying the Elk Creek mine in south-west Nebraska could be a game changer for the critical minerals project, promising to not only reduce upfront capital and operational expenses, but also accelerate production timelines, says Nasdaq-listed NioCorp. A scoping study completed by engineering firm Optimize Group suggests that electrifying the Elk Creek mine through a Railveyor system instead of using the currently planned vertical mining shafts will have economic and environmental benefits.
Hand holding a stack of ZiG10 banknotes Zimbabwe asks miners to ramp up gold output to support ZiG currency
Published: 21 May 24
Zimbabwe has asked gold miners across the country to ramp up output to support the ZiG currency launched last month, according to Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando. “This new currency is anchored on gold production, we have to determine ways to increase production,” Chitando said Monday in a meeting with miners in the capital, Harare.
A stack of gold bars Zimbabwe to start gold-tracing system in bid to curb smuggling
Published: 21 May 24
Zimbabwe’s sole authorized buyer of gold will introduce a system that traces supply of the metal from mines to the market in a bid to stop smuggling. Fidelity Gold Refinery’s initiative will start on Sept. 30, General Manager Peter Magaramombe told miners Monday in the capital, Harare.
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