Tag: LSE:AAL

June 19, 2018

CAR Grappling with Modernity and Transparency in Diamond Sector

The Central African Republic (CAR) was banned from exporting diamonds in 2013, after a coup overthrew the sitting government. Since...
June 14, 2018

Anglo American Sells 21.9 Percent of Quellaveco to Mitsubishi

The Japanese company will now own 40 percent of the massive copper project, while Anglo American will retain management of...
June 13, 2018

Southern Copper to Begin Operations at Michiquillay in 2022

Southern Copper's CEO says the company hopes to conclude negotiations with locals in a year and begin a three-year construction...
June 4, 2018

Satellite Imagery and Gold Exploration

Advancements in satellite imagery have made it easier for exploration companies to collect vast amounts of data on potential gold...
May 29, 2018

De Beers Launches Fashion Jewelry Line with Lab-grown Diamonds

De Beers coined the slogan "a diamond is forever," but now the mega diamond miner is launching into the production...
May 21, 2018

Anglo’s David Jollie: Electrification is Not Just a Battery Question

David Jollie, manager, market analysis for platinum-group metals at Anglo American, shares his thoughts on platinum and palladium supply and...
May 17, 2018

Anglo American Seeking Partner: Must Love Copper

Anglo American is reportedly much closer to making a decision on the future of its Quellaveco copper project in Peru....
May 11, 2018

Notes from the Floor: Mines and Money New York

If you missed Mines and Money New York, don't worry — we've put together a pictorial overview of what happened...
May 9, 2018

Copper Production Heats Up in Chile

Copper powerhouse Chile saw production increase by 18.9 percent in Q1 2018 over the same time last year, according to...
May 8, 2018

Anglo American to End Investment in Deep Sea Mining Company

Deep sea mining company Nautilus Minerals has lost a backer, with mining giant Anglo American seeking to sell its four...