From the Editor

By John Miller /Editor THE Philippines looks set to benefit from its enormous mineral potential - it has been said countless times before in recent history but this time around appears to have some substance. Strength in the nickel sector owing to Indonesia’s ban on raw ore exports, the success of a number of gold producers and a government that is...
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Around the Region

CENTURION Minerals has initiated a phase 1 reconnaissance exploration program on its Slate Belt...
AMANTA Resources and Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) have agreed to amend...
AUSTRALIA’S FYI Resources has lodged applications for special prospecting licences (SPL) covering...
THE new Caterpillar facility in Thailand has exclusively used Konecranes for the design,...
RESULTS from exploration and delineation drilling at Monument Mining’s Buffalo Reefs deposit have...
WESTERN Mining Network Limited, an ASX-listed company, has formed an alliance with Aleph Advisors...
RENAISSANCE Minerals has received excellent results from metallurgical test work on samples from...

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Asian Intelligence

MBMI Resources announces that a resolution has been issued by the Special Third Division of the...
ET Solar has executed an agreement to build a 70 MWp solar power project in the Philippines, along...

Mining Clubs

DESPITE difficult times in the mining industry, the inaugural Sumatra Miner Exhibition and...
THE world’s largest mobile conveyor is headed to Sydney in September, with the Putzmeister...
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Legally Speaking

By Robert Milbourne, Partner, Registered Foreign Lawyer, K&L Gates THE desire to bring about ‘sustainable’ development of our natural resources is increasingly being championed by governments, industry and civil society. There is, of course,...
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