Molybdenum, Metals and mining
Scientists of the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys have developed a new extraction method from copper, nickel and molybdenum.
The Tyrnauzsky wolfram – molybdenum ore deposit (Kabardino-Balkariya) will put up for auction in Q2.
Specialists of JSC “Dalgeofizika” (part of “Rosgeo”) leave the possibility of discovery of a polymetallic deposit of average rank within the boundaries of Vyunskaya site ope
The auction for the Tyrnyauzskoye deposit of tungsten and molybdenum ores (Kabardino-Balkaria) will be held in the second half of this year, the Russian Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology Se
In 2016, Canadian engineering company FLUOR will finish the preliminary design of Baimsky GOK, this follows from the words of Baimsky GOK’s general director (part of Roman Abramovich's Mi
In January-July 2016 the production of molybdenum concentrates in Russia increased by 7.2%, the Federal Service for State Statistics reports.
The Russian Government has granted to Amur Minerals LLC the permit for ore gold, copper and associated components exploration and production at the federal importance site including the Malmyzh fie
State-owned corporation Rostec will sell 49% in the joint ventures of Erdenet and Mongolrostsvetmet to the Mongolian side, RT Business Development, investment holding company of Rostec, reports. The agreement for the sale was signed on Tuesday.
The transaction value isn’t specified, but RT Business Development calls the received amount "the largest one-time receipt of funds in the history of Rostec".
Earlier, the Bloomberg reported that Rostec could get $500 million for the Mongolian assets.
The deputies to the Supreme Council of Khakassia initiated legislation on introduction of draft federal law on amendments into the Tax Code of Russia to the State Duma.
The necessity of amendments into the article342 of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation is due to difficult economic situation at the Sorsky GOK and the Sorsky ferromolybdenum plant, which operates together with it.
The Russian Ministry of Natural Resources has offered a range of state benefits for development of deposits, providing Russian steelmakers with alloy raw materials to reduce their dependence on imports (more than $500 million per year). Thus, the Ministry proposes to nullify the severance tax for new projects, to use the Federal State Reserve Agency’s purchases to support the demand, to decrease tariffs of monopolies. A number of manufacturers welcome the idea of the state support, but the position of metallurgists is more cautious: according to sources of the Kommersant, the imported alternative holds back prices of the Russian raw materials suppliers.
The Ministry of Natural Resources has proposed to support the development of deposits of solid minerals that are important to reduce dependence on imports of iron and steel on account of the budget; this follows from the letter of the Deputy Minister, head of Rosnedra Evgeny Kiselyov dated April 8 to the Ministry of Industry. The Ministry prepared the proposals on behalf of the Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich, who held a meeting with steelmakers in February.