The Mine and Energy Ministry has called on local and foreign companies to bid for mining exploration licences.
Solinn Lim, Oxfam’s director, discusses good governance in the extractive industry.
Dozens die each year in landslides caused by jade mining.
A mix of political populism and higher commodity prices are among the reasons.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy yesterday said two mining firms will begin producing gold in upcoming months.
Executives at Vale SA quashed efforts to audit one of the company’s mining dams.
Greenland could start to export sand in a rare positive spinoff from global warming.
Renaissance Minerals (Cambodia) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Emerald Resources Ltd, an Australia-listed mining firm, reached a memorandum of understanding with MACA Limited, to work on a gold project in Okvau in Mondulkiri province.
Britain’s top stock index sank as mining companies and oil majors sold off.
Mines officials expand their compliance push against mining operators to Battambang.
NA passes an amendment on regulating mineral resources management.
Mines and Environment ministry officials yesterday inspected a Chinese mining firm in Mondolkiri province in the wake of a poisoning case that left 13 villagers dead in Kratie province.
Mines Minister Suy Sem yesterday ordered mining operators to follow the law to prevent mining waste from polluting rivers in the wake of more than 10 villagers dying from consuming tainted water in Kratie province.
A report in Sunday’s South China Morning Post has lit a firestorm. It said that China has begun large-scale mining operations in Lhunze county, on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control, which “may create a new military flashpoint with India”.
Bitcoins are worth less than half of what they were in December. Mining them is 60 percent less profitable than it was in 2017.
Industry Minister Cham Prasidh has said that villagers in Kratie province’s Chetr Borei district were poisoned after consuming water tainted with cyanide which was used for mining operations in Mondolkiri and Kratie province.
More than 500 families from Keo Seima protest to be allowed to mine for gold at depths of more than 20 metres.
Officials discuss the issue of road expansion by a private gold mining company.
Four mining zones have been opened up for local and foreign companies to invest in, as two move towards operation.
Eurozone stocks edge up slightly as investors wait for policy signals from the ECB, while losses in the mining sector and domestic growth figures hold down the FTSE 100.