Automation and digitalization promise to boost production up to 40 percent for those companies willing to pioneer in their implementation. Ericsson, Schneider Electric and Alderon Iron Ore are some of those releasing new digital solutions for the mining industry. In Mexico, miners still question if AMLO is adding uncertainty to an inherently volatile […]Read more... →
Mining in Mexico seems to be unaffected by the upcoming change in administration as the positives abound. M&As and expansion projects pick up speed as exploration activity also begins to gather pace after a prolonged slump. A new Director General of Mines was announced and Grupo México, First Mining Gold and Telson Resources all has […]Read more... →
In an exclusive preview of the 2019 edition, Mexico Mining Review Rob Peterman, Vice President of Global Business Development at Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) talks about how the exchange facilitates mining activity in Mexico.
Q: What trends has TSX and TSXV identified with the participation of the mining industry in the […]Read more... →
With news emerging this week that Chile is considering revising its mining code to make exploration easier, we interviewed John-Mark Satude, President and CEO of Mexico-focused exploration company Riverside Resources, to get his take on exploration attractiveness in Mexico and how it can compete with other Latin American jurisdictions.
The public and private sectors do […]Read more... →
Torex Gold today announced the withdrawal of a legal challenge by Los Mineros workers union to be the legally-constituted union for the El Limón Guajes (ELG) mine in Guerrero. This marks the end of a five-month blockade on the gold operator’s mine. On April 6, a Torex press release reported that negotiations between community […]Read more... →
The complex mining framework and the number of different authorities regulating the industry has investment in the sector shrinking. CAMIMEX reports a 19 percent investment drop since 2016.
Endeavour Silver, Coeur Mining and Hecla Mining report rising grade in Mexican properties, mainly thanks to an increase in exploration budgets.Read more... →
Mining projects come with an inherent need to alter the environment. While a certain impact is inevitable, environmental laws and regulations aim to define acceptable levels of impact to allow the industry to operate, while also contain environmental damage and mitigate widespread pollution risks. According to the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, only since 1993, […]Read more... →
Visitors at Codelco’s Radimiro Tomic copper mine, Rio Tinto’s Yandicoogina, Nammuldi, and Hope Downs 4 mines, or alternatively at BHP’s Jimblebar iron mine, can catch a glimpse of the future of mining operations. These Australian and Chilean operations deploy autonomous haulage trucks (AHTs) that make use of sensors and GPS technology to carry out continuous […]Read more... →