This week in mining is all about new projects, such as Sonora Lithium, but also emblematic ones, like Naica. In between, the eight biggest silver mines in development in the country are highlighted. Deep-sea mining continues to advance in Mexico, as do its subsequent controversies. And speaking of controversy, Trump announced he will continue allowing formerly protected land to be concessioned to extractive industries.
The mining industry is increasingly interested in higher safety standards, but what happens in the case of a spill? This week, Mexico Mining Review spoke to Arturo Rodriguez, Assistant Attorney General for Industrial Inspection at PROFEPA to ask how environmentally-conscious miners are.
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The US Government to open up formerly protected land to extractive industries, from the Bear Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments.
Curious about Sonora Lithium? Learn about the highlights of the project here!
Naica: One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Peñoles.
The Eight Biggest Silver Mexican Mines in Development. Find out more here.
Hochschild Mining to bring online new projects in Northern Peru. The company is securing the permits for its greenfield explorations.
Jaguar Mining’s shares fell by 25 percent after publishing its 3Q18 financial report. Rodney Ladmond announces he is leaving his position as the company’s Director.
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