Copper is a global industry, from the mines of South America to refineries in Asia. However copper's supply chain has several inherent risks.
Mining is a technical field that manages complex factors from geology to engineering. These details can make or break a project.
We use copper everywhere in our daily lives. This infographic highlights the uses of copper and its applications in various industries.
Which minerals are used to power an electric vehicle? This infographic highlights the role of lithium and cobalt in EV battery technology.
The responsible management of natural resources and ecosystems such as soils, plants, animals, water and air is central to becoming more sustainable.
With the current supply chain of cobalt under scrutiny, companies and governments are striving to find new sources of cobalt beyond the Congo.
“Location, location, location…” This famous real estate adage also matters in mining. After all, it’s an industry that is all about the geology—but beyond the physical...
Chains are only as strong as their weakest link. The COVID-19 shutdowns affected every link in the gold supply chain, from producers to end-users.
Canada is home to prolific mining regions, but there is still more to find. The Trans-Hudson Corridor could be Canada's next major gold district.
Investing in mining stocks may seem like luck of the draw, but the sector can be de-risked by asking the right questions. Here we look at...