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Forging a new industry is never easy but it remains unclear whether this week’s demise of Salt Lake Potash represents a learning experience for others or a portent of more corporate failures to come.
The Takeovers Panel says it will not conduct proceedings into a complaint from Westgold Resources in its $123m hostile bid for Gascoyne Reources.
BHP is investigating the use of tailings from its Nickel West operations near Leinster to capture carbon and store it permanently.
Bosnia and Herzegovina-focused base metals play Lykos Metals has enjoyed a stellar ASX debut, closing up 60 per cent on its issue price.
BCI Minerals has pushed the button on its $1.2 billion Mardie salt and potash project near Karratha.
Rio Tinto’s shift in strategy towards more aggressive decarbonisation and higher growth has received a mixed reaction from analysts.
The Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre has signed contracts with a consortium of industry, government and academic players to design and commission an $18m cathode precursor plant.
Gold Road Resources has emerged with a strategic 19.9 per cent stake in Apollo Consolidated and trumped an agreed tie-up with Ramelius Resources.
Rio Tinto plans to spend $US7.5b over the next eight years installing renewable power across its Pilbara iron ore operations and electrifying the network.
Ian Middlemas-chaired aspiring sulphate of potash producer Salt Lake Potash has been placed in the hands of receivers and administrators after failing to raise about $100m.
Pilbara gold explorer flags $125m placement as it advances its Mallina gold project and continues drilling.
Panoramic Resources defies tight WA labour market to produce first concentrate from its Savannah nickel mine in the Kimberley three weeks ahead of schedule.
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