Plus: the silver paper bubble grows. The Outcrop by Robin Bromby.
ESG concerns will remain at forefront
US$1.2 billion spend to reduce emissions by 50%
Gold mining harder to justify than battery metals mining
The industry must improve its reputation, Cutifani says
Contributed almost US$38B to GDPs
Omicron is a reminder that the issues dictating metal prices are no longer just supply and demand
There are more ways to improve the E in ESG than simply selling off coal or committing to net zero
Rise of the critical minerals producers
Mining history has plenty of examples of plans gone awry — and Outcrop has painful memories of these...
Sale of divisions to North American rival ends six-year expansion plan
What's the commodity that half the world can't live with, and the half the world can't live without?...