Soaring cobalt and lithium prices are pushing some companies to dig for them in the recycle bin, which some believe could be even more profitable than mining them.
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Rio Tinto expects the global iron ore market to stay balanced through 2019 despite a likely moderation in steel demand growth in China, the world’s biggest steel consumer.
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“Our strategy to build a future ready organisation through a focus on innovation, eminence and digital transformation is creating many opportunities to engage and excite our people and our clients,” said Global Chief Executive Officer Giam Swiegers.
Australia's Whitehaven Coal is acquiring the Winchester South project, located in Queensland.
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The company has entered into an agreement to buy Aurenere, a project located in the northern Spanish province of Lleida.
Automated opinion undermines discourse and too often overwhelms legitimate public concern about energy projects.
India’s Directorate General of Hydrocarbons has extended into May 2 the bidding under its open acreage licensing program, which opened Jan. 18. The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas unit gave no reason for the extension.
The governors of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia agreed to extend a 2015 agreement to cooperate on developing shale oil and gas resources in their states through Dec. 31, 2021. Their Mar. 21 action continues an effort to show the Appalachian basin’s shared goal to assure the gas will attract manufacturers to the region instead of simply being exported.
Apache Corp., Houston, reported making an oil discovery on Block 9/18a Area-W in the UK North Sea. The Garten discovery well lies 6 km south of the Beryl Alpha platform.
Sydney and Port Moresby producer Oil Search Ltd. expects its Gobe oil and gas processing facilities and export pipeline in the Papua New Guinea southern highlands to be back on stream in the next few days. The plant was mostly left undamaged by the recent earthquake.