ABx Shows Higher Grade Rare Earth Elements At Tasmanian Bauxite Project

ABx Shows Higher Grade Rare Earth Elements At Tasmanian Bauxite Project

Australian Bauxite Limited (ABx) said this week that it has discovered yet higher grades of Rare Earth Elements (REE) at its DL130 bauxite ore deposit in Tasmania. Per the firm, a sample taken at the site returned a grade of 3,036 parts...


Beijing Releases Another 70 Thousand Metric Tons Of Primary Aluminium

The People’s Republic of China released another 70 thousand metric tons of aluminium yesterday in yet another effort at bringing down metals prices and increasing supply. Beijing’s release of metals was the fourth such release this year. Also released on Saturday was 50 thousand metric tons of zinc and 30 thousand metric tons of copper. […]

Norsk Hydro Adding New Aluminium Casting Furnace At Sunndial Plant

Norwegian aluminium firm Norsk Hydro ASA announced this week a plan to invest NOK60 million (US$6.9 million) to install a new casting furnace at its operations at Hydro Sunndial. The casting furnace will be used to produce foundry alloys at the plant. Hydro says the new casting furnace will boost the plant’s capacity by 35 […]

Alcoa Pledges To Achieve Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions By 2050

American aluminium pioneer Alcoa Corporation announced this week its intention to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions along the entirety of its operations by 2050. The firm said that the push to neutralize both direct and indirect GHG emissions dovetails with its overall goal of operating in a more sustainable manner. Alcoa also notes that the […]

GFG Promises Legal Action Against AIP To Regain Dunkirk Aluminium Smelter

GFG Group pledged on Tuesday to fight back against an ownership transfer of Dunkirk aluminium smelter to American Industrial Partners (AIP) that occurred last week due to GFG Group’s default on a loan to AIP. GFG said in a statement that it will pursue legal avenues against AIP’s transfer, accusing it of acting in bad […]