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Red tape and legal uncertainty have in the past frustrated many of Colombia’s investment plans.
The former mining tycoon lost his fortune because of a slump in coal prices.
Reuters columnist Andy Home talks about the amount of physical commodities banks can hold.
Hochschild will cut production and spending at two Peruvian mines in 2015 to stay profitable.
“Prices are being driven by weak investor sentiment".
Production at Freeport-McMoRan’s huge Indonesia copper mine has yet to return to full capacity.
Development of the pipe, known as A21, is expected to cost $350 million over four years.
Market sources claim Trafigura wants to influence board decisions and tighten its grip on Nyrstar.
Cochilco forecasts an extra 18,000 GW of electricity will be needed by 2025 to keep up with rising demand.
Shares in mining equipment and services firms have plunged 22% this year.
The new government will review mining contracts signed under former president Blaise Compaore.
A scraper winch operator was fatally injured in a fall of ground incident.
The iron ore price plunge is prompting speculation China will close inefficient mines.
The American mining industry is in a legal battle with environmentalists over impacts on the premier U.S. park.
Protesters demonstrate against plans to start building the $1.6bn platinum mine.
Kiev has declared a state of emergency in its electricity market and blackouts are imminent.
The chart of the day shows that bullion denominated in these currencies is up about 10% in 2014.
Uralkali is monitoring Solikamsk-2 after salty water began pouring into the site on November 18.
Zambia will have a shrinking power surplus in 2015 as demand outpaces supply expansion.
The company unearthed the 40.23-carat rough ruby at its Montepuez deposit.
China has one of the worst mine-safety records because old pits have been kept open to meet coal demand.
BHP has been redoubling efforts to secure supplies for its Nickel West smelter after failing to find a buyer.
The companies are accused of having conspired since 2007 to rig the twice-daily platinum and palladium "fixings."
Iron ore prices are heading for a 13% loss this month, the most since May.
The implications of this are that U.S. banks and funds are not in a position to launch a full-blown bear raids on the gold price.
Spoofing involves rapidly placing orders to create the illusion of market demand.
The companies have agreed to form a JV at two neighbouring mines in Hunter Valley.
A mining ministry official says the new Indonesian coal export rules had little impact in October.
Hulamin is part of a group which has signed a deal to buy a casthouse from BHP Billiton.
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