Australia’s Paydirt magazine is a highly regarded mining magazine which circulates internationally and features diverse coverage of the metals and minerals industry.
For 25 years, the monthly publication has delivered news, opinion and features focusing on the latest developments in the resources sector worldwide.
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Volume 1, Issue 293
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Regis Resources emerged last month as the surprise bidder for IGO’s 30% stake in the Tropicana mine. The $903 million acquisition was initially not well received by the market with shares in Regis sliding almost 20% as analysts questioned whether the established WA gold producer was coughing up too much for a non-controlling interest. Mark Andrews breaks downs the pros and cons of the transaction.
West Australian nickel is firing on all cylinders again and Paydirt was given a first-hand look at how the newest mine in the sector – Cassini – is underpinning the rebirth of Mincor Resources. Now spearheaded by experienced nickel executive David Southam, the company has transformed Kambalda’s only nickel sulphide discovery in the past 20 years into a brand new underground operation which is set to produce fresh material for the burgeoning EV industry.
Battery Minerals Conference Preview
Paydirt’s first conference for 2021 will be held on June 2 when a host of major players from the rejuvenated battery minerals sector descend on the Pan Pacific Perth. In our 20-page preview to the event, we take a close look at the nickel companies preparing to restart operations, the lithium hopefuls plotting how to best take advantage of the recent price recovery and an African graphite developer which has bucked recent markets trends to raise finance for project construction.
Volatility on the demand side and a glut on the supply side saw prices for potash and phosphate respectively rebound in the second half of 2020. As Australia’s first two locally based SOP producers enter the final stages of commissioning, Paydirt a look at impact this change in market dynamics will have for the rest of the fertilizer industry, including the next crop of ASX-listed potash and phosphate hopefuls.
Copper and Latin America go hand in hand, but the fate of supply from the region’s largest producers of the red metal will hinge on the outcome of a series of presidential elections this year. Mining has long been used as a political football in the quest to win power so expect those Australian groups currently exploring and developing landmark projects in Latin America to be watching on with plenty of interest.
For over 25 years, the Australia’s Paydirt monthly publication has delivered news and opinion on the business of mining, from gold and precious metals to base metals and battery minerals; international news with a particular focus on Africa and Latin America; feature stories include project site visits, events coverage and mining services features.
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