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BHP says opponents of its expansion plans have inferior assets and are merely seeking to protect profits.
Frank Timis is looking to buy London Mining's iron ore mine in Sierra Leone through his private company.
Rising shipments from Myanmar and elsewhere will thwart Indonesia’s bid to raise prices, says Macquarie.
Kinross has agreed to sell its Fruta del Norte project to a company belonging to the Lundin family.
The role Alwyn Vorster will fill had been vacant for the past two years.
The South African platinum miner will raise the holding of black South Africans to 35.4%.
The company waits for government approval for a new platinum mine in northern Limpopo.
The U.S will terminate a 15-year-old deal sheltering Russian flat-rolled steel producers from high import duties.
A source close to the matter say the investment bank has bought Deutsche Bank's uranium book.
JSW plans to increase imports due to a domestic shortage and a slump in international prices.
The appetite for gold among physical buyers in India seems to have increased.
The Chilean miner will almost run out of copper by 2030 if it doesn’t invest billions of dollars at all of its mines.
The government has approved a decree enabling it to permit commercial mining in future.
Buenaventura bought former partner Gold Fields' 51% stake in Chucapaca in August.
Smelters are experiencing a bottleneck of the raw material, says a member of the Aurubis executive board.
Third-quarter output dropped by 2% due to a shift to underground production at a mine in Russia's Far East.
Norilsk will transfer to BCL its 50% interest in the Nkomati mine and 85% stake in Tati Nickel Mining Company.
Kyrgyzstan may seek to delist Centerra in Toronto after a Canadian court effectively suspended its Kyrgyz-held shares.
In an interim report issued in May, a government panel had recommended a flat 42% percent tax rate.
Workers have downed tools at the Koornfontein coal mine in South Africa in a dispute over pay.
The platinum miner says the ramp-up of its Styldrift project is 6 months delayed due to problems with hoisting capacity.
The virus has spread to two new regions, including an area where an AngloGold Ashanti mine is located.
The country plans to award 50 to 100 mining-exploration licenses starting next year.
Clive Palmer's attempt to stop a case brought against him by CITIC has been rejected by an Australian court.
The LBMA and the banks currently running the gold fix will announce their choice for a new operator in November.
Cliffs says it will write down the value of its coal and iron ore assets by $6 billion due to weak prices.
About 300 million metric tons of new and expanded supply will come on stream over the next few years.
BMI analysts say growth will slow significantly in coming years in the face of declining ore grades and waning profitability.
Just three weeks ago, the LBMA named Citigroup as a spot market-making member.
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