Test Heading
and a description here

Paso Diablo Data

Related News

  • Curtain finally brought down on 7-year odyssey of litigation and acrimony after Kumba's SIOC wins 100% to Sishen, http://www.miningmx.com/top-story/28207-sioc-awarded-100-sishen-rights-conditions-cost 2016-10-13

    Curtain finally brought down on 7-year odyssey of litigation and acrimony after Kumba's SIOC wins 100% to Sishen, http://www.miningmx.com/top-story/28207-sioc-awarded-100-sishen-rights-conditions-cost-r100m/ …

  • Anglo American sells Brazil niobium, phosphate assets for $1.7bn 2016-10-03
    Anglo American has sold its Brazil-based niobium and phosphate businesses to China Molybdenum Company for $1.7-billion. The proceeds constituted the agreed consideration of $1.5-billion and about $187-million of working capital and other adjustments, subject to certain post-closing adjustments.
  • Another shot for Anglo 2016-09-20
    Anglo gets another chance at Drayton South
  • Previously rejected Anglo American coal project wins NSW govt backing 2016-09-19
    The previously rejected Anglo American Drayton South coal project has received backing from the New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment, angering horse breeders in the Hunter Valley, who are opposed to the opencut mine expansion. The Planning Department has recommended that the independent Planning Assessment Commission (PAC), which previously rejected the expansion, approve the project.
  • Prices are flying for the commodities Anglo wants to ditch 2016-09-16
    Anglo American, the century-old mining firm seeking to cut debt, is getting an unexpected windfall from the commodities it wants to ditch. When Anglo announced a plan in February to shrink its business by more than half to weather a crisis in raw-material prices, it put coking and thermal coal as well as iron-ore on the chopping block.

Paso Diablo Information

  • General 2015-05-10
    Paso Diablo utilizes the truck-shovel method to access approximately 175 million tonnes of reserves (in the current coal concession) in the Guasare coal basin. Most coal travels approximately 90 kilometers to the port at Santa Cruz de Mara on Lake Maracai

Nearby Locations

Nearby Location News

  • Colombia's Cerrejon coal mine resumes exports 2016-08-31
    Colombia's largest coal mine, Cerrejon has restarted loading and exporting from its Bolivar port after a suspension last week due to suspected contamination, the company said on Wednesday. Work at the port began again on Tuesday, Cerrejon said in a statement.
  • Cerrejon's Colombia coal output down 1.48% in 2015 2016-01-15
    Coal miner Cerrejon's Colombia production fell 1.48% in 2015 compared with the previous year, while exports were down 2.33%, the company said on Thursday. Output last year was 33.2-million tonnes, below the 33.7-million tonnes produced in 2014. Exports were down to 33.4-million tonnes, from 34.2-million tonnes. The company, Colombia's largest coal producer, did not offer any explanation for the declines.
  • Cerrejon's Colombia coal output down 1.48% in 2015 2016-01-15
    Coal miner Cerrejon's Colombia production fell 1.48% in 2015 compared with the previous year, while exports were down 2.33%, the company said on Thursday. Output last year was 33.2-million tonnes, below the 33.7-million tonnes produced in 2014. Exports were down to 33.4-million tonnes, from 34.2-million tonnes. The company, Colombia's largest coal producer, did not offer any explanation for the declines.
  • Cerrejon's Colombia coal output down 1.48% in 2015 2016-01-15
    Coal miner Cerrejon's Colombia production fell 1.48% in 2015 compared with the previous year, while exports were down 2.33%, the company said on Thursday. Output last year was 33.2-million tonnes, below the 33.7-million tonnes produced in 2014. Exports were down to 33.4-million tonnes, from 34.2-million tonnes. The company, Colombia's largest coal producer, did not offer any explanation for the declines.
  • Cerrejon's Colombia coal output down 1.48% in 2015 2016-01-15
    Coal miner Cerrejon's Colombia production fell 1.48% in 2015 compared with the previous year, while exports were down 2.33%, the company said on Thursday. Output last year was 33.2-million tonnes, below the 33.7-million tonnes produced in 2014. Exports were down to 33.4-million tonnes, from 34.2-million tonnes. The company, Colombia's largest coal producer, did not offer any explanation for the declines.

Top Mining News

  • Ecuador approves EIS for Lundin Gold’s Fruta del Norte project

  • Atalaya’s quarterly copper production doubled as Proyecto Riotinto ramp up continues

  • Aucu delivers more high grade results

  • Trevali expands high-grade Santander deposits, makes new hanging-wall discovery

  • Nordgold launches Bouly operation in Burkina Faso

Latest Mining News

  • Suva Ruda drilling update

  • Anglo American Platinum completes sale Rustenburg

?>