Supply Chain & Operations Articles

Colombia's mining royalties hit record $1.32bn in 2022

The record royalties were achieved during a time when the government is seeking to reduce to lessen dependence on exported coal and gas

Sojitz to sell stake in Gibraltar copper mine to Taseko

Japan's Sojitz Corporation is selling its 12.5% stake in Gibraltar Mine

Rio Tinto's Nuton acquires shares in Regulus Resources

Rio Tinto's subsidiary, Nuton LLC, has successfully concluded a private placement financing deal with Regulus

China’s copper buyers face higher costs

China's copper buyers face higher costs for the metal this year, after market disruptions from top importer Maike Group's financial woes

B.C. head to 'white gold' lithium rush in Nevada

A number of Vancouver-based companies are capitalising on increased lithium prices, good geology, and domestic supply chain security policies

Anglo American loads first LNG-fueled vessel

Anglo American's newly launched LNG dual-fuelled Capesize+ vessel, the Ubuntu Harmony, has loaded its first cargo of iron ore from Kumba, South Africa

BHP strikes deal to look for copper in Serbia

Part of the global hunt for new minerals to power the green energy boom, BHP Group has signed a deal with Canada’s Mundoro Capital to explore for copper

BHP second quarter iron production rises by 1%

The world's biggest miner predicted China would drive commodity demand in 2023, as the country opens up