The Critical Minerals Intelligence Centre is intended to improve the resilience of the UK’s critical mineral supply chain by providing policymakers with up-to-date data and analysis on supply, demand, and market dynamics.
Yukon-based mining company Fireweed Metals has signed a binding letter of intent to buy the Mactung tungsten mine project for US$15M from the Northwest Territory government in Canada.
The fallback reflects the weak global environment marked by the Ukrainian conflict, rising inflation and interest rates, growing recession concerns, and China’s zero-COVID policy.
The UK government imposed economic measures on Vladimir Potanin, the president of Nornickel, in its latest escalation of sanctions against Moscow.
Siemens Energy, the German-based energy technology provider, along with Air Liquide, the French-based industrial gases supplier, are setting up a joint venture (JV) to produce industrial-scale green hydrogen electrolyser capacity in a bid to make green hydrogen more competitive more quickly.
Rainbow Rare Earths, in collaboration with K-Technologies, has announced the successful extraction of rare earth elements using a newly developed process flowsheet utilising phosphogypsum stacks at the company’s Phalaborwa project in South Africa.
Australian rare earth element (REE) company, Hastings Technology Metals, has agreed to acquire full ownership of the Yangibana joint venture (JV) tenements.
Container shipping and global value chains have been disrupted and many countries have had to look further afield for suppliers of oil, gas and grain in the wake of the Russian war in Ukraine.
South African state-owned logistics group Transnet plans to issue a tender for new locomotives in July with a shortage of trains available for mining industry customers to haul their products to the ports.
Following a failed USD$675M New York listing earlier this year, the UK company has announced it is close to securing private finance to back its EU and US expansion plans.
Jervois expects first cobalt ore through the mill at its Idaho Cobalt Operations (ICO) in October 2022 and full rate ore processing by February 2023.
Adani New Industries Limited (ANIL) will be the platform used by TotalEnergies and AEL for the production and commercialisation of green hydrogen in India.
A group of leading US renewable energy companies has pledged to buy up to 7 gigawatts of US-made solar panels per year in order to secure a robust domestic supply chain.
Canadian mineral exploration company, Imperial Mining Group, has received positive PEA results for its 100% owned project in Quebec.
Energy Capital Economic Development has opened a US$3M coal commercialisation facility to develop and evaluate the viability of nonfuel, low- or zero-emissions products made from coal.
Rio has delivered the first ore from the Gudai-Darri iron ore mine, its first greenfield project in the Pilbara, Western Australia, in more than a decade.
Robert Friedland’s Ivanhoe Electric is seeking to raise as much as US$180M from investors with an interest in critical materials for energy transition.
The USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, South Korea, United Kingdom, and the European Commission established a new critical materials partnership.
Syrah Resources’ Balama graphite mine in Mozambique has approved a solar and battery renewable energy solution at its operation.
Last week, Bolivia's government declined to name its selection for a partner to develop the country’s lithium resources.
AEX Gold is in the process of setting up a joint venture in Greenland that will focus on exploration projects in Greenland critical to energy transition.