Rio Tinto news
Komatsu’s GHG alliance members join to learn about zero-emissions progress
The GHG Alliance was created to bring together mining industry leaders to work toward a shared goal of delivering zero-emissions equipment solutions.
Terelion adds Rio Tinto Kennecott to Circularity Programme
The Terelion Circularity programme for tungsten carbide drill bits at the Rio Tinto Kennecott mine is estimated to reduce CO2 emissions related to carbide drill bits by 64%.
BHP and Rio Tinto invite collaboration on new tailings technologies
The search for new partners comes as the two companies have now entered into a new agreement to extend their collaboration beyond the previously announced trial of a large-volume tailings filter unit at a BHP copper mine in Chile.
Environmental authorisation granted to Atalaya Mining’s Proyecto Masa Valverde
The deposit has potential to deliver higher grade material to the Riotinto plant.
CIM and Rio Tinto announce strategic partnership
The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum (CIM) has announced a new three-year partnership with Rio Tinto.
Underground production celebrated at Oyu Tolgoi
The Prime Minister of Mongolia and Rio Tinto Chief Executive meet 1.3 km underground to celebrate the commencement of underground production from the Oyu Tolgoi copper mine in the Gobi Desert.
McEwen Copper announces additional US$30 million investment by Nuton
McEwen Copper Inc. has announced a binding agreement for an additional US$30 million investment by Nuton LLC, a Rio Tinto Venture, and existing McEwen Copper shareholder.
Rio Tinto and Marubeni collaborate to develop aluminium supply chains
Rio Tinto and Marubeni have partnered to create stronger and more responsible aluminium supply chains.
American Pacific reports high-grade samples from Madison Project
American Pacific Mining Corp. has reported high-grade gold and copper rock chip samples from a programme at the Madison Copper-Gold Project in Montana.
Rio Tinto, OZ Minerals and Boliden select new tailings management technology
Rio Tinto, OZ Minerals and Boliden have selected Draslovka’s glycine leaching technology to be part of their TAD incubator and Waste-to-Value Challenge.