Home Tags Peru



Tailings management: What has changed since Brumadinho?

While the scale and consequences of the Brumadinho dam failure were extreme, other tailings dam failures have occurred on a regular basis.

The mining community is sick of waiting for DMR

Following another series of fatal incidents across underground mines sites what is South Africa’s Department of Mineral Resources doing to create change?
zinc vedanta

Global zinc production to ramp up in 2018

Global mined zinc production will ramp up in 2018, as strong zinc prices prompt miners to bring idled capacity back online. Fitch Group company BMI Research has forecast global mined zinc production to increase...
copper Zambia

Copper project developments to pick up as prices rise

Global copper mine production will experience steady growth over the next few years, supported by markets with low operating costs and improving copper prices says BMI Research. BMI Research is a unit of the Fitch Group. We forecast...

MMG to list on the ASX in December

Global mining company MMG has received approval for a secondary listing on the ASX and expects this iniatitive to attract new investors. MMG securities will be listed on the ASX through Chess Depository Instruments (CDI)...

MMG signs rail transportation agreement for Peru copper project

Peru - MMG’s non-wholly owned subsidiary Minera Las Bambas S.A (Las Bambas) has entered into a rail agreement with Perurail S.A. (Perurail) for the transportation of Las Bambas copper concentrates. Located in Cotabambas, Apurimac region...

Gold forecast: only 20 years left of mineable reserves

Gold forecast - South Africa's annual gold production volumes are steadily declining and there are no replacement reserves. Apparently this is a global phenomenon that stretches to most major gold producing regions including Australia,...

Las Bambas acquisition key to MMG’s sustained growth

Peru - International copper mining company MMG, which acquired the Las Bambas copper project in Peru in a joint venture from Glencore Xstrata in April 2014, says it is the single largest step it has...