• CHINA - Shanxi Coal Sues Decheng

    Shanxi Coal International Energy Group is suing Qingdao Decheng Mining and its parent company over missed payments. In a statement to Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanxi Coal said it was suing six clients over a total of more than $177 million in missed payments.

  • CHINA - GobiMin Receives Remaining Funds

    GobiMin Inc has received approximately US$5.4 million in cash representing the remaining 50% balance for the area adjacent to Yanxi Copper Property in Xinjiang province upon obtaining the mining licence of the New Area.

  • CHINA - Drilling Under Way at Baimashi North

    Minco Gold Corporation has started drilling Baimashi North target in the Yejiaba region of Gansu Province. The drilling program, consisting of 1200 metre core drilling in six holes, is designed to test a target area with strong gold anomalism.

  • CHINA - Eldorado Production Increases

    Higher gold production from its three Chinese mining operations helped Eldorado Gold Corporation increase overall gold production by 20% in the March quarter. The company produced 196,523 ounces in the three months, compared to 163,768 ounces in the corresponding period of 2013.

  • Romang manganese resource increases

    A REVISED scoping study for Robust Resources’ Romang Island Manganese Project has confirmed the likelihood of strong financial returns. The new study also concluded that despite it being a small-scale project with a short production life, it is commercially attractive with not fatal flaws.

  • Funds secured for Wetar expansion

    Mining in the open pit at Finders Resources’ Wetar Copper Project on the island of Wetar.FINDERS Resources has finalized three key components of funding for the expansion of its Wetar Copper Project from the current annual capacity of 3000 tonnes of copper cathode to 28,000 tonnes. The components are project level equity, senior loan facilities and an equity raising.

  • Galaxy to sell Jiangsu operation

    Galaxy is selling the lithium carbonate plant it developed at Jiangsu, north of Shanghai, to Sichuan Tianqi Industries.GALAXY Resources has signed a binding share purchase agreement with Sichuan Tianqi Industries for the sale of Jiangsu Lithium Carbonate Plant. The agreement will be effected by way of the sale of Galaxy’s Hong Kong subsidiary Galaxy Lithium International.

  • Jiama production set to increase

    A new mill is being constructed at the Jiama Copper-Polymetallic Project in Tibet Autonomous Region.CHINA Gold International Resources Corp plans to grow production capacity at its Jiama Copper-Polymetallic Project in Tibet Autonomous Region in two stages. At the completion of stage one, scheduled for the second half of 2014, the new mill’s daily capacity is expected to grow from 6000 tonnes to 28,000 tonnes of ore. Stage two construction of an additional 22,000 tonnes daily capacity is expected to be completed by the second half of 2015.

  • CHINA - DXAL Joint Venture in Final Phase

    China Shouguan Mining Corporation, a gold mining exploration and advisory company with operations in Shandong province, announces that the establishment joint venture company in DaXingAnLing (DXAL) of Heilongjiang province has reached its final phase.

  • CHINA - China Shouguan to Lease Tong Guan Assets

    China Shouguan Mining Corporation has signed a memorandum of understanding with Tong Guan Hong Ji Mining Company to lease Tong Guan’s business assets for one year with the intent to acquire afterwards should the operation be successful and profitable.

  • CHINA – Majestic Increases Production

    Majestic Gold increased production by 13.5% in the March quarter at the Songjiagou Gold Project. There were 5712 ounces produced in the quarter compared to 5033 ounces in the same quarter of 2013. In the six months to March 31, 2014, there were 10,555 ounces produced compared to 9656 ounces in the six months to March 31, 2013.

  • CHINA - Hengxing Gold in Hong Kong IPO

    Hengxing Gold Holding, a gold mining business majority owned by Chinese billionaire Ke Xiping, has launched a Hong Kong IPO that seeks to raise up to US$59.7 million. Shares were expected to begin trading at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on May 29.

  • CHINA – Magontec to Provide Plant and Equipment

    Magontec Ltd has signed three agreements with Qinghai Salt Lake Magnesium Co (QSLM) that provide the economic and operating basis for its future endeavours at Golmud in Qinghai province. The agreements are the basis upon which Magontec will invest US$11 million in equipment for the Magnesium Alloy Cast House adjacent to the Qinghai electrolytic magnesium smelter.

  • Majestic reviews Songjiagou operation

    MAJESTIC Gold Corp will refine its mine pit plan at the Songjiagou Gold Project in Yantai in a bid to enhance overall production. The company will use continuous sampling from blast hole cuttings to provide better control of material going to the mill, which it is hoped will result in an increased grade.

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  • Silvercorp钻探延伸矿化带

    Silvercorp金属矿业有限公司位于河南省洛宁矿区的LM 和LMW 矿的地下金刚石钻探向下和沿矿脉走向显著扩展了现存高品位矿化带,并在已知的主要矿脉结构中划定了新的矿化区。

  • China’s changing role in global mining

    CHINA will continue to play the leading role in steering the world’s mining industry but the way it does so is changing, according to Bloomberg’s head of metals and mining research Ken Hoffman. It is altering the way it looks at metals and the way it handles overseas investment, he says, and both have different implications for mining.

  • CHINA - Asia Now raises $1.248 million

    Asia Now Resources has raised US$1.248 million through a non-brokered private placement of senior unsecured convertible debentures. Controlling shareholder China Gold Pte Ltd took up the entire offering.

  • CHINA - Gold production to be boosted at CSH

    China Gold International Resources Corp expects first gold output from a new crusher and ADR plant at the Chang Shan Hao (CSH) Gold Project in Inner Mongolia in the second quarter of 2014 and annual gold production is expected to reach about 260,000 ounces by 2015. The ramp-up of production and test runs on the new facility with daily capacity of 30,000 tonnes are in progress.

  • CHINA - World-first integrated nickel pig iron plant

    Canadian company Royal Nickel Corporation reports that Tsingshan Holding Group, a party with whom it entered a strategic alliance in March 2013, is constructing the world’s first integrated nickel pig iron (NPI) plant to utilize nickel sulphide concentrate as part of the stainless steel production process. The plant is expected to begin operation this year.

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