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Capital expenditure will be cut to $14.2bn in the 12 months to June, from a previous estimate of $14.8bn.
Fraser Murrell delves into the history of the Gold Standard and how a modern day version could be put in place.
BHP is confident of at least maintaining its dividend even at current weak commodity prices.
Smaller miners in both China and Australia could be collateral damage.
Despite the gloom, junior Pilbara miners remain optimistic about long-term demand in Asia.
According to a new survey, 22 mining companies in NSW spent more than $13.6 billion during 2013/14.
European coal futures were slightly higher on Monday afternoon, on the back of coal production cuts.
Oleg Deripaska will take on a new role as president of the Russian aluminium giant.
Demand from utilities is driving prices higher after uranium entered a bull market in September.
Resource industry employment in WA will drop by 20% by 2020, says a report published by CME and Deloitte Access Economics.
Clyde Russell thinks the reduction in supply does present one of the few bright spots for the yellow metal.
China is expected to exempt the miners from import tariffs as part of the new trade accord.
The company will stop production for three weeks as prices languish at a five- year low.
Though red flagged by Green activists, the uranium export deal with India could benefit Australian miners.
Nickel fell into a bear market in September on signs that output will meet demand, even with Indonesia’s export ban in place.
Will continue operating the unit after failing to find a buyer at the right price.
Rio Tinto hopes the change of leadership will unblock its plans to expand the $5.4bn Oyu Tolgoi project.
An analysis of the potential for permanent gold backwardation to lead to global financial crisis and an enormous increase in the gold price.
Toronto-based Nautilus has agreed to charter a 227-meter-long ship as a floating base for its operations.
Pike River coal mine won’t attempt to retrieve the bodies because the risks remain too high.
Tug boat engineers at Port Hedland plan to stop work for four hours on Nov. 12 over a pay dispute.
The company is under pressure to deliver on the CEO’s promise to become a “cash machine” for investors.
As expansions feed oversupply. Price recovery may take as long as 18 months.
The global miner shelved plans for the multi-billion-dollar expansion in 2012 after a year-long study.
The ratings agency had expected prices to recovery modestly to $140 by end of 2015.
Efforts to secure an improved takeover offer from a Chinese suitor failed.
The rewards from investing in automation can be substantial, such as considerable increases in productivity and improved safety, with reduced costs.
China’s apparently comfortable bauxite situation calls into question the positive outlook for the mineral ore.
The global miner expects to limit its annual capex to $14 billion after a planned demerger next year.
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