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Articles from E&MJ - Engineering & Mining Journal (August 1, 2015)

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Alcoa closes Pocos de Caldas smelter in Brazil. Brief article 331
Alliance CEO offers encouragement. 426
Allied Nevada stops mining at Hycroft. Brief article 289
Amara targeting large gold resource at Yaoure. 410
Analysis reveals divergence between copper and gold miners. Statistical data 802
Anglo American to implement sweeping changes. 826
Atlas returns to mining at Mount Webber. Brief article 193
Aureus hits nameplate capacity at New Liberty gold project. Brief article 338
Automation with human-centered design delivers results at Samarco. Correa, Paulo 1038
Barrick sells 50% share in Zaldivar mine for $1b. 707
BHP reports solid FY 2015 met coal production. Brief article 239
Canpotex to spend $70m on potash railcar purchase. Brief article 187
Cat, Modustri join to improve equipment parts wear predictability. Brief article 222
Chinese producer buys Terratec RBM. Brief article 138
Columbus targeting 273,0000 oz/y of gold production at Paul Isnard. 404
Eldorado Gold completes Tocantinzinho feasibility study. Brief article 305
Fall of ground limits output at Westwood mine. 386
Great Panther Silver drilling two projects in Mexico and one in Peru. 511
Hindustan Zinc increases metal production. Brief article 246
Iamgold. Brief article 276
Kefi nearing construction start for Tulu Kapi. 529
KGHM reaches commercial production at Sierra Gorda. Brief article 284
Lack of geological data hinders Indian license auction. Brief article 274
Maintaining fluid flows. Walker, Simon 2230
Market slump slows Africa's iron ore project growth: iron was supposed to change the fate of some of the poorest countries in the world, but a collapse in the price of ore means these nations may have to wait longer for this to happen. du Venage, Gavin 1512
Mount Polley gets permit for restricted restart. 440
New Gold targeting mid-2017 production start at Rainy River. 393
News-calendar of events. Calendar 402
Nightstick's intrinsically safe lighting choices. 215
NLT's genesis cap lamp accepts tracking tags. 206
Oil sands: Canadian producers practice cost control: record oil production from the U.S., coupled with nearly static consumption, has the oil sands industry looking for new pathways to profitability. Walker, Simon 4135
Patterns of success: the latest products and equipment can add a higher degree of safety and efficiency to any blasting job, ensuring successful completion of mega-pattern production blasts or isolated boulder-busting. Carter, Russell A. 2043
Pershing Gold. Brief article 223
Portable work light rises to illuminate. 128
Quantum to develop CNG tank for mine trucks. Brief article 231
Ranger 3 deeps uranium project shelved. 350
Recovery improves at Vietnam nickel mine. Brief article 231
Rio Tinto completes Kitimat aluminum smelter expansion. Brief article 201
Roobuck's cap lamp bracket is highly adjustable. 179
RPM adds geospatial and simulation capabilities to software lineup. Brief article 252
Schalke marks two decades of locomotive sales to Codelco. 349
Signal peak energy makes Longwall recovery history: a western U.S. coal mine uses a cuttable concrete in a predeveloped recovery entry to remove shields. Hanson, Brad; Ochsner, Robert; Stankus, John C.; Li, Xiaoting 2057
Sirius gets key approval for York potash project. 358
Streamlight handheld units offer lighting options. 261
Study points at crisis in mineral exploration. 1254
The reckoning for miners begins. Fiscor, Steve Editorial 584
Thiess garners Chilean copper project contract. Brief article 197
ThyssenKrupp wins $33m IPCC contract from Russian producer. Brief article 304
Torex reports positive PEA for Media Luna development. 589
Ukraine's iron ore hangs in the balance: iron ore miners will likely survive the loss of Crimean port facilities and the battles between Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists, but not excessive taxation from Kiev. Vorotnikov, Vladislav 2198
Uranium demand rekindles South African operations: looking for positive signs, Africa's uranium miners see opportunities with the Japanese power sector. du Venage, Gavin 1624
Use technology to boost loading productivity: training the brains, eyes and hands of operators is usually the best bet for increasing loading site efficiency, but some problems lend themselves to high--and even not-so-high--tech solutions. Carter, Russell A. 2405
WCA calls on World Bank to recognize coal's critical role. Brief article 170
Western areas approves mill enhancement project. 334
Western Lithium and Lithium Americas agree to merge. 318
Western Potash planning pilot-scale start at Milestone. Brief article 293
What's new in personal lighting products: cap lamps, work lights and other handheld devices have slimmed down, toughened up and produce higher-quality illumination. 203
Whittle partners with vanadium producer for Enterprise Optimization. Brief article 268
Wolf Minerals' tungsten-tin plant nears production. 354
Xerebrus cap lamp is cordless and lightweight. 122

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