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Barrick's (GOLD) agreement with PNG government gives PNG stakeholders a majority stake in the Porgera mine.
Barrick Gold (GOLD) says it reached a deal that gives the Papua New Guinea government a majority share in the Porgera gold mine as part of plans to restart operations.The deal places Porgera ownership in a new joint venture that is 51% owned by PNG stakeholders and the rest by...
In a few years, many investors will look back on this time and wonder why they didn't do more to protect themselves from the ravages of inflation. By then, it will be painfully obvious that inflationary forces should've been taken more seriously than they are right now. In the U.S.,...
TORONTO, April 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Barrick will release its Q1 2021 results on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. President and CEO Mark Bristow will host a virtual presentation on the results that day at 11:00 EDT, with an interactive webinar linked to a conference call. Participants will be able to ask questions. The company will release its preliminary production, sales and cost information for Q1 2021 on April 15, 2021. Release of Q1 preliminary production, sales and cost informationApril 15, 07:00 EDT / 11:00 UTC Q1 RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT Q1 Results releaseMay 5, 06:00 EDT / 10:00 UTCQ1 Results webinarMay 5, 11:00 EDT / 15:00 UTCGo to the webinarConference call linked to webinarMay 5, 11:00 EDT / 15:00 UTCUS/Canada (toll-free), 1 800 319 4610UK (toll-free), 0808 101 2791International (...
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Canadian miner Barrick Gold Corp on Thursday raised its greenhouse gas emissions target to 30% from 10% and pledged to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, amid an investor-driven push for climate change initiatives. Investors are putting pressure on gold miners, which are among the biggest emitters of greenhouse gases in the mining sector, to take concrete steps to reduce their carbon footprint. Barrick Gold said it plans for more solar power in Mali and Nevada, and expects to convert a power station in Nevada from coal to natural gas.
Barrick's (GOLD) joint venture with the PNG government will be based on increased PNG ownership and a fair sharing of economic benefits.
All amounts expressed in US dollars TORONTO, April 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Barrick Gold Corporation (NYSE:GOLD)(TSX:ABX) is committed to being a good neighbour, a responsible corporate citizen and a conscientious caretaker of the environment. We believe these traits are the very foundation on which to build a modern mining company and are as important as geotechnical expertise and free cash flow, president and chief executive Mark Bristow says in the company’s 2020 Sustainability Report, published today. Bristow said Barrick’s approach to climate risk was led by site-specific strategies based on science and operational realities, rather than hopeful aspirations, and it was constantly reviewed in the light of technological advances. Identification and realization of the opportunitie...
Gold demand is expected to remain strong backed by China and India. Stocks like GOLD, AEM, KGC, AUY and HMY are few stocks to watch out for, backed by their growth prospects.
Barrick Gold ([[GOLD]] +1.6%) says an agreement is "imminent" to reopen the Porgera gold mine in Papua New Guinea mine, which has been on care and maintenance for about a year, citing a statement from PNG Prime Minister James Marape.The company says the agreement under discussion is in line with terms...