All Entries in the Tag : Mining

Federal appeals court to reconsider conflict minerals rule

U.S. companies may be required after all to disclose whether their products are manufactured with “conflict minerals” from war-torn parts of Africa, a federal appeals court indicated Tuesday.

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AMG N.V. Reports Third Quarter 2014 Results

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Nov. 7, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (Regulated Information) — AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V. reported third quarter 2014 revenue of $279.7 million, a 2% decrease from $286.4 million in the third quarter 2013.

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Pilbara Minerals to reveal Tabba Tabba exploration results

Pilbara Minerals (ASX:PLS) wrapped up drilling at the Tabba Tabba Tantalum Project near Port Hedland in Western Australian earlier in the month, and the company is now ready to release the results.

: Metals |

Ethiopia: Enhancing the Contribution of the Mining Sector

Ethiopia is not much known in the mining world. Except for the small-scale gold, tantalum and gemstones exports, the country is not among the list of major mineral exporters in Africa.

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Supply Chain Sustainability: Transparency in Metals & Mining

In the 21st century, society is increasingly aware of the environmental and social performance of supply chains and consumers.

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Ningxia owns 60% of world market for tantalum

China’s development of the corrosion-resistant metal tantalum commonly used in electronics has developed rapidly in recent years, owing to local manufacturers’ commitment to research and development efforts, the China Science Daily reports, with one factory having become particularly successful.

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Fairtrade Gold Aligning Standards With International Regulations

Press Release: Fairtrade International has launched a public consultation on its standard for gold and associated precious metals for artisanal and small-scale mining to explore how Fairtrade can best tackle new regulation and legislation in the gold industry.

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