CERBA Conference sets forth ideas for Cooperation and Investments across Eurasia

Anastasia Bogdanova | March 9, 2020
img0 On the 3rd of March 2020, more than 120 distinguished delegates assembled in Toronto to participate in the 20th Anniversary CERBA Eurasia Mining Conference as a part of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention 2020. The Conference brought together experts from business, purchasing, government, diplomatic, consulting, academic and non-profit backgrounds. The public sector was represented ...

World mining community interested in Kazakhstan’s mining industry

Anastasia Bogdanova | March 6, 2020
img0 NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM A delegation of Kazakhstan represented by the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development, the Ministry of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources of Kazakhstan, Tau-Ken Samruk, Kazgeology, Kazgeoinform, Kazakh Invest, AIFC and the private sector took part in the world’s premier mining industry event – Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Convention held ...

Up to $60 billion worth of silver and copper deposits found near Zielona Góra

Anastasia Bogdanova | February 21, 2020
img0 A mining company appears to have struck it rich after announcing that it had discovered deposits of silver and copper worth an estimated $60 billion in western Poland. The riches lie buried around 1,900 metres beneath the surface near the towns of Zielona Góra and Nowa Sól, and, if extracted could create 8,600 jobs and ...

Polish Miners Block Railway Hub To Protest Import Of Russian Coal

Anastasia Bogdanova | February 19, 2020
img0 Miners in Poland launched a blockade of a railway terminal in the country’s main coal-mining region on February 18 to protest an increase in Russian coal imports. The labor action involving several hundred miners at the Slawkow terminal in Silesia follows an increase in imports of Russian coal to Poland in recent years while stockpiles ...

How big is Serbia’s mineral wealth?

Anastasia Bogdanova | February 11, 2020
img0 The expansion of mining activities continues in Serbia with significant quantities of various metals and non-metals hidden in Serbian mines and more copper, lead, zinc, silver and gold are currently being exploited. Mining industry experts note that it is important that, in parallel with the opening of new mines, a support industry is being developed ...

Kyrgyzstan says Centerra’s Kumtor to beat 2019 output forecast

MINEX Forum | December 4, 2019
img0 Kyrgyzstan’s largest gold mine, Centerra Gold-operated Kumtor, will produce 18.2 tonnes of gold this year, beating its own forecast of 16.6-17.6 tonnes, the Kyrgyz government said on Saturday. The government issued a statement on Kumtor after Prime Minister Mukhammedkaliy Abylgaziyev met Centerra Chief Executive Scott Perry. Kumtor produced 16.6 tonnes of gold in 2018. by

Gold miners in Russia’s far east break 40-year production record – RT report

MINEX Forum | November 25, 2019
img0 Miners in Russia’s far eastern region of Magadan have mined over 40 tonnes of gold since the beginning of 2019, government-controlled RT news site reports. According to the information, which cites local authorities, the figure implies that the miners have broken a 40-year production record. The report also states that they may reach 50 tonnes ...