The mining community is under more pressure than ever to make its activities more sustainable throughout the project lifecycle, with drilling coming under a particularly harsh spotlight due to their use of water.

An integral part of any mining project, drilling is by nature a process that interferes with the landscape to some degree. […]

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In an exclusive preview of the 2019 edition, Mexico Mining Review asked Trevor Turnbull, Director of Gold and Precious Metals Global Equity Research at Scotia Capital about the bank’s expectations for the performance of metal prices and the investment environment in the global […]

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The modern sustainability agenda means miners all around the globe are striving for environmentally-friendly practices so they can obtain the increasingly vital social license to operate. With an expected industry recovery, forecasted by BMI Research, companies are eager to undertake […]

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Fluctuations in metal prices pushed operators to dive deeper into their mines instead of acquiring new ones and those in search of additional projects are finding lower grades than in the past. The complexity of the industry is quickly turning into an area of opportunity for sodium cyanide suppliers and companies developing new methods […]

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Capstone Mining today reported that net earnings for 1Q18 surged to US$6.7 million, compared to a loss of US$7.4 million in the same period of 2017. This change was mainly due to the sale of the Minto mine in Yukon, Canada.

Another factor that affected higher net income was increased copper production of 15,152 tons […]

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In an exclusive preview of the 2019 edition, Mexico Mining Review asked Mike McAllister, Vice President of Corporate Development at Sierra Metals about the progress made at the company’s Bolivar and Cusi mines in Mexico, the current political climate and the ways junior miners can raise enough capital.

 

Q: What have been the main advancements at […]

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Ecological and political changes around the world are inspiring investors to seek new areas of opportunity in the mining industry, including deep-sea mining and accessing land that is coming to light due to melting ice in Greenland. On a more local scale, mining companies in Mexico remain cautious about the presidential elections coming up in […]

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The crowded halls of this year’s Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) Convention displayed the renewed enthusiasm in the industry to take advantage of the improving metal prices and opportunities on the rise. “This year’s convention was full of energy and excitement for the year ahead,” said PDAC President Glenn Mullan. “After experiencing […]

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The steady rise of metal prices is sparking an increase in new projects and acquisitions in the mining industry globally but in Mexico, miners have reason for pause as the country’s presidential campaign takes off. “Volatility around the world is benefiting metal prices as well as funds in various stock exchanges,” says Héctor Herrera, Partner […]

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Schneider Electric today reported 1Q18 revenue of €5.8 billion, with strong cross-selling across company segments. The energy management and industrial automation sectors fueled the strong start to the year – with 6.2 percent organic growth.

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Energy management yielded €4.3 billion globally, reporting organic growth of 5.2 percent. The North American business, […]

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