Asia Pacific is set to lead a turnaround in the global mining sector in terms of number of projects and CAPEX value, says GlobalData.
The company has completed and submitted the IFS on the Sangihe project to the Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and, once approved, construction of the mining facilities and infrastructure can begin.
Rio Tinto has reported on the potential sale of its interest in the Grasberg gold mine in Indonesia.
SRK Consulting is optimistic about prospects in Asia as the mining industry continues to emerge from a protracted downturn.
East Asia Minerals Corporation proceeds with a US$2 million private placement for the company’s exploration and development operations in Indonesia.
At Kochang, progress in exploring the mine has been swift and the findings extremely encouraging. The Gubong gold project has commenced metallurgical testing and the results are expected within a month.
Bluebird recently signed an agreement to develop and reopen the Kochang gold and silver mine in South Korea.
The Chamber of Mines of the Philippines intends to implement the Towards Sustainable Mining initiative, a mining sustainability standard developed by the Mining Association of Canada.
Erdenet management staff undertake a successful trip to Adelaide to learn how to use the I-Site XR3 laser scanner.