Lumwana miner crushed to death - Zambian Watchdog. Equinox Minerals. Equinox Minerals is a mining and exploration company with corporate offices in Perth, Australia and Toronto, Ontario, Canada It has operations in Peru and Australia In Zambia it owned the Lumwana Mining Company, but that was bought by Barrick Gold in 2011.
Barrick to shutter Lumwana as Zambian gov't hikes royalty
Barrick Gold (TSX: ABX; NYSE: ABX) will soon suspend operations at its Lumwana copper mine in Zambia in response to the Zambian government’s move to more than triple the royalty rate on open-pit mines, starting in 2015.
Chinese firms looking to cash in on bid ... - fmdrc-zambia.com
Oct 22, 2019 · The Lumwana mine was officially inaugurated in April 2009 by Equinox Minerals. In April 2011, Barrick Gold signed a support agreement to acquire all issued and outstanding common shares of Equinox Minerals in a takeover offer valued at US $7.6Bn. Equinox Minerals was acquired by Barrick Gold in July 2011.
Equinox's Lumwana copper mine in Zambia "' one of the biggest in Africa New York, United States — MININGREVIEW.COM — 26 April 2011 - Barrick Gold Corporation says it has struck a deal to buy Australian copper miner Equinox Minerals for more than US$7.3 billion, topping a takeover offer by China's Minmetals Resources by 16%.. Already the world's largest gold miner, Barrick is ...
By 1996, when Australian mining company, Equinox Minerals, arrived on the scene, mining technology had evolved considerably. The availability on the market of massive dump trucks and excavators, gigantic crushing mills and highly computerised processing plants meant Lumwana's low-grade deposit - 0.7% copper compared to more than 3% on the ...