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Vale could pay Brazilian state $5.3 billion for Brumadinho disaster
January 7, 2021
Melbourne Metro project part of huge infrastructure spending in Australia
January 7, 2021
World Gold Council highlights gold mining’s opportunity to achieve net-zero emissions
December 9, 2020
Investors pressure international mining companies on ESG issues
November 3, 2020
Virginia Launches Largest Infrastructure Project in Commonwealth’s History
November 4, 2020
Iron ore demand drives profits from the world’s largest mining companies
October 20, 2020
Top gold mining companies focused on ESG issues     Download article
September 21, 2020
Usibelli Coal Mine Receives NMA’s CORESafety Certification
September 16, 2020
Rio Tinto publishes board review of Juukan rockshelters incident
August 25, 2020
Reduced supply and rising demand of iron ore drives price up; forecast for next year is good
August 13, 2020
New global industry standard on tailings management launched
August 5, 2020
Tesla looks to miners for more nickel
July 29, 2020
Judges to rule if case can proceed against BHP in 2015 dam collapse
July 22, 2020
Epiroc charges forward with Batteries as a Service
Press release - July 9, 2020
Fortescue Metals Group sets goal of zero emissions by 2040
Press release - June 16, 2020
Rio Tinto works to manage fallout from destroyed caves in Australia
June 8, 2020
Iron ore complex in Brazil suspended, sends iron ore futures soaring
June 8, 2020
SSR to buy Alacer in $1.7 billion deal as gold prices surge
May 11, 2020
Report finds silver hurt the most by COVID-19 pandemic
April 30, 2020
Brazil mining regulator orders closure of 25 Vale dams
April 3, 2020