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Could Sweden’s Discovery of Rare Earth Minerals Solve Europe’s Supply Problems?

Swedish mining company LKAB announced it had discovered Europe’s largest known deposit of rare earth minerals. The deposit is located in the far north...

Aurubis starts construction of plant to extract copper and nickel from recycled material, bleed

The new hydrometallurgical recycling facility, Bleed treatment Olen Beerse (BOB), will increase the site’s recycling capacity by processing electrolytes, known as bleed, more quickly...

Eldorado Gold Secures Funding to Develop Controversial Mine in Greece

Eldorado Gold Corporation and its wholly-owned subsidiary Hellas Gold announced on Wednesday that they have completed the 680 million euro ($742 million) financing for...

German geologist on lithium in Europe, including Serbian Jadar lithium deposits

Senior geologist at the German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA) Michael Schmidt said that more than 15 lithium mining projects are currently in various stages...

European Lithium receive confirmation DD is completed, finalisation of the binding JV to build the hydroxide plant in Saudi Arabia is expected before the...

European Lithium Ltd is poised to move a step further down the path to integrated European lithium production with the impending execution of a...

Zijin copper mine in Serbia and environment issues

The Chinese mining company Zijin (Zijin Mining) states in its sustainability reports that it has succeeded in reducing air pollution in Bor, where it...

Tara Resources, Three possible scenarios for the location of the zinc Brskovo mine, total annual revenue projected up to EUR 120 million

The Brskovo mine started operating in 1966. From the start until the end of production in 1991, ore was mined in the "Žuta prla"...

New risk briefing on Rio Tinto’s planned lithium mine in Serbia

A new Finance Risk Briefing outlines the risks facing Rio Tinto’s plans to proceed with the proposed Jadar lithium mine in Serbia, in the...

Norway proposes opening Germany-sized area of its continental shelf to deep-sea mining

Norway has proposed opening up a Germany-sized part of the Norwegian Sea to deep-sea mining. The area holds considerable quantities of minerals needed for...
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