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Barrick Gold cuts 2017 compensation for top two executives
Published: 24 Mar 18
Barrick Gold, the world's largest producer of bullion, cut the 2017 compensation for its top two executives to reflect a challenging "shareholder experience" and operations at some mines. Shares in the Canadian miner declined 15% last year, even as the price of gold gained 11%. In 2017 Barrick had a third cyanide spill in 18 months at its Veladero mine, in Argentina, and struggled under an export ban for its Acacia Mining unit, in Tanzania, that is still not resolved.
Mexican federal court OKs Odyssey’s offshore sulphate mining permit; others to benefit Mexican federal court OKs Odyssey’s offshore sulphate mining permit; others to benefit
Published: 24 Mar 18
The Mexican Superior Court issued a unanimous ruling this week in favour of Nasdaq-listed Odyssey Marine Exploration’s subsidiary Exploraciones Oceánicas (ExO), which overturned a previous denial of ExO’s environmental permit application to extract phosphate sand from its Don Diego project, in the Bay of Ulloa. Over the last 20 years, Odyssey has pioneered the exploration and development of seabed mineral resource deposits, integrating leading and developing ocean technology.
Largo narrows FY2017 loss as record Q4 output, rising metal prices boost bottom line
Published: 24 Mar 18
Canadian vanadium producer Largo Resources has narrowed its full-year 2017 net loss to C$10.4-million, or $0.02 a share, as record quarterly production dovetailed into higher realised prices for its vanadium pentoxide product. Largo has set a new monthly production record in December at its flagship Maracás Menchen vanadium mine, in Brazil’s Bahia state, after the plant performing 12.9% above its nameplate capacity.
SLAM stakes new cobalt project in Bathurst Mining Camp
Published: 23 Mar 18
Base metals-focused project generator SLAM Exploration jumped 50% on Friday after the junior announced that it has acquired a new cobalt exploration property in the Bathurst Mining Camp of New Brunswick through claim staking. The Miramichi, New Brunswick-based explorer said it had staked 67 units in three mineral claims comprising 1 863 ha that covers a historic mineral discovery known as the Reids Gulch cobalt/nickel/copper/zinc occurrence.
US Army Corps announces scoping period for Northern Dynasty’s Pebble project
Published: 23 Mar 18
The US Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District will publish a notice of intent in the US federal register next week to prepare a draft environmental impact statement (EIS) to review the Pebble Limited Partnership’s (PLP) application to discharge fill material into US waters of the for the purpose of developing a copper/molybdenum/gold mine in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska. The public scoping period is slated to start on April 1 and conclude on April 30.
Congo mines minister rejects industry proposal to retain exemptions
Published: 23 Mar 18
Democratic Republic of Congo's mines minister rejected a proposal by mining companies on Friday to retain exemptions and scrap some taxes in exchange for higher royalties than those in a new mining code, calling the taxes "untouchable". Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu was reacting to a proposal from mining companies under which the companies would accept higher royalty payments if the government agreed to respect ten-year exemptions for existing projects from changes to the fiscal and customs regimes and cancel certain taxes.
Cause of fire at Exxaro reductants plant in Limpopo being investigated
Published: 23 Mar 18
Diversified miner Exxaro Resources and the Department of Mineral Resources are investigating the cause of a fire that broke out at Exxaro’s Grootegeluk reductants plant, in Lephalale, Limpopo, on Wednesday.
Makhura establishes water war room for Gauteng
Published: 23 Mar 18
Premier David Makhura has established a war room to ensure Gauteng’s own taps do not run dry amid a drought that has devastated many provinces in South Africa, particularly the Western Cape. Following a Premier’s Coordinating Forum, held on Friday, he said water security in South Africa’s economic hub was a priority.
Optimum, Koornfontein employees have not been paid March salaries – NUM
Published: 23 Mar 18
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) on Friday said its members at the Optimum and Koornfontein mines have not been paid their March salaries, despite the business rescue practitioner (BRP) promising to pay the workers by Thursday evening. In meetings held between the BRP and the NUM, the BRP committed to pay the workers by the end of the month, the union said in a statement.  
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