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  • Colombia's Cajamarca says no to mining

    3/27/17
    The people of the western Colombian town of Cajamarca, in Tolima department, have overwhelmingly voted in favor of banning open pit mining in the area. More than 6,100 people voted in favor of the ban on Sunday, while only 76...

  • Duff & Phelps Corp.

    3/27/17
    US-based Duff & Phelps Corp. engages in the valuation and corporate finance advisory with an expertise in disputes and investigations, merger & acquisitions, real estate, restructuring, and compliance and regulatory consulting....

  • Waha-Presidio Pipeline

    3/27/17
    Proposed by state power company CFE, the project involves the design, engineering, supply, construction, operation, and maintenance of a 42-inch, 230km pipeline with a capacity of 1.35Bf3/d (38.2Mm3/d) from CFE Waha Header to the US-Me...

  • METALS: The week in 10 stories

    3/24/17
    Brazilian steelmakers made the news this week with some important milestones. In another chapter of the tug-of-war between its two largest shareholders, Luxembourg-based Ternium and Japan's Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp (NS...

  • MINING: The week in 10 stories

    3/24/17
    Two strikes at Latin American copper mines dominated mining news. At Chile's giant Escondida operation, controlled by BHP Billiton, workers ended a stoppage (pictured) after more than 40 days despite the collapse of negotiations. ...

  • SPOTLIGHT: Brazil's CSP steel plant

    3/24/17
    As Brazil's Companhia Siderúrgica do Pecém (CSP) (pictured) ramps up output to reach its 3Mt/y nameplate capacity, South Korean controller Dongkuk Steel is celebrating the final piece of the puzzle to make itself an integrated ...