Commodities, Copper, Finance, News

BHP must sweeten OZ deal: Analysts

OZ Minerals turned down a $25-per-share takeover attempt from BHP this week, suggesting the bid didn't sufficiently recognise its attributes.
Mitchell Services
Commodities, Finance, News

Mitchell Services achieves record revenue

Mitchell Services posted record revenue for the fourth quarter of the 2021–22 financial year on the back of increased drilling demand.
Coronado coking coal
Coal, Commodities, Finance, News

Coking coal a critical mineral? Coronado thinks so

Coronado Global Resources has affirmed the importance of coking coal in a renewable energy future, given the importance of steel.
lithium mining
Commodities, Exploration/Development, Lithium, News

Concerns for ‘immature’ lithium mining sector

Amid a growing lithium demand landscape, concerns have been raised about the lack of concentration in the battery metal’s mining …
Andromeda offtake agreement
Commodities, Finance, News

Andromeda inks another Great White offtake agreement

Andromeda Metals has further solidified its Great White kaolin project in South Australia after signing another binding offtake agreement.



How AngloGold Ashanti is inspiring the green transition

As a true champion of sustainability, AngloGold Ashanti is setting a strong example that other mining companies can follow. 

The nickel outlook: Three companies to keep an eye on

We take a trip down memory lane to unpack the origins of nickel and explore the current outlook for the commodity.

Exploring zinc, the unassuming green metal

Zinc is becoming more and more important in the green transition. We take a closer look at its renewable energy future.
Red 5

Red 5 reaches the golden summit at King of the Hills

Red 5 is eager to ascend the Australian gold mining mountain, and its new King of the Hills operation could be the ticket.
higher cash rate

Higher cash rate: How does this affect commodity prices?

Economist Alexandra Colalillo examines the question of whether a higher cash rate is the right policy response to a negative supply shock.

Is it time for uranium to shine?

With the world’s largest uranium resources, Australia could be a major beneficiary of nuclear power's recent global revival.