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Unified mineral reporting: UNECE aligns international standards for mining industry

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) recently announced the harmonization of key international standards used in mineral reporting to simplify the process...

Exploring Europe’s mining heritage: From tradition to innovation

Europe's mining sector has left an indelible mark on the continent's history, driving economic growth and societal transformation for centuries. While its global dominance...

Exploring the crossroads of renewable energy and mining: Challenges and prospects

The global push for renewable energy and the demand for critical minerals have converged, raising the stakes for the mining industry. At the forefront...

Finnish Minerals Group played a pivotal role in advancing mining and battery industry throughout 2023

The mining and battery industry play an increasingly vital role in European industry development, driven by climate concerns and global shifts. The rise of...

Balancing China’s impact on canadian mining: Challenges and pathways forward

After more than a decade of rapid expansion, China has emerged as the world's leading mining producer and financier. Despite Canada's historical prominence in...

Strategic communication and public relations in engineering for mining firms

Public relations (PR) and engineering communications for mining companies involve specific strategies tailored to address the unique challenges and opportunities in the mining sector....

Sirius raises €1.2 million to innovate sustainability solutions in metals and mining

Sirius, a groundbreaking startup revolutionizing the metals and mining industry, has successfully raised an oversubscribed pre-seed round of €1.2 million from investors including Fund...

A major Chinese construction and engineering company agrees to help develop Russia’s largest titanium deposit located in the Arctic

Expansion of an Arctic deepwater port and a new railroad to the port are also part of the development plans. Chinese investment and interest in...

More investments are needed to unlock Mongolia’s ‘huge potential

Resource-rich Mongolia is positioning itself as an alternative to China in supplying minerals used in the renewable energy sector but needs help from foreign...
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