- Agreement to purchase up to 90,000 tonnes of potassium sulfate a year possibly starting 2021
- Distribution of specialty fertilizer planned in Australia, Asia and Oceania
- Agreement supports Shaping 2030 Group strategy
Keliber Oy has appointed Carnegie Investment Bank AB and Nordea Bank Abp as advisors for the equity financing for the Company’s mining and lithium chemical production project. Carnegie will be the Global Coordinator for the equity financing. Together with Company, the advisors will explore different financing options, including possibilities for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) through a listing of the Company’s shares, for the construction of the Lithium Project.
Renewed confidence in the resources sector is translating into an increase in exploration investment across all commodities, with the coal industry enjoying the biggest surge, a new report from the Queensland Exploration Council (QEC) has found.
Boliden has decided to invest in increased capacity at the Rönnskär copper smelter. A total of MSEK 350 will be invested. The commissioning of the new production capacity is expected to take place in the beginning of 2021.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has welcomed the Coordinator General’s decision to approve MacMines Austasia’s $6.7 billion China Stone coal mine in the Galilee Basin.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has congratulated Peabody Australia after its central Queensland Coppabella Mine celebrated 20 years of operations while supporting jobs and paying royalties to all Queenslanders.
The Gazprom Board of Directors approved the revised investment program and budget (financial plan) for 2018.
The Gazprom Board of Directors commended the efforts of the Company to implement its major investment projects.
New data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics has shown the true scale of resources investment and the huge dollar value it has added to the Australian economy in the last 25 years.
Epiroc, a leading productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries, has acquired part of ASI Mining, LLC, a U.S.-based company that provides technology solutions for the autonomous operation of mining vehicles.
Boliden has agreed with Komatsu to purchase 17 new haul trucks to the Kevitsa mine and 9 new haul trucks to the Aitik mine at a total price of SEK 900 m. The investment will support expanding operations, insourcing of transports and a partial replacement of the existing truck fleet.
As part of the development of its mining processes, the largest goldmine in Europe — located in Kittilä, the far north of Finland — has invested in ABB’s production and personnel hoists. This investment will contribute to increasing the capacity of the mine and reducing the use of fossil fuels.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has applauded the significant achievements by Rio Tinto’s Amrun bauxite project near Weipa with diversity in its workforce and investment in supporting local suppliers.
Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane has welcomed action from the Federal Government to encourage new investment from Japan in advanced coal-fired power stations in Australia.
Boliden has decided to invest SEK 750 m in a leaching plant at Rönnskär. The plant, expected to be operational at the end of 2020, aims to extract more metal from residual material. Simultaneously, the amount of waste for disposal in the deep repository at Rönnskär will be reduced.
Glencore has completed the acquisition of a 49% interest in the Hunter Valley Operations (HVO) coal mine in NSW, following the receipt of regulatory approvals.
Sika is continuing to expand its production capacity in West Africa with the opening of a concrete admixture factory in Senegal. The new plant is the first in the country and will be further expanded with the addition of a mortar production facility in due course. With a total of 19 national subsidiaries and 20 factories, Sika has a strong presence in Africa.