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Opposition, new safety rules to test the oil by rail model
22 Jul 2014 - Growing opposition to an oil by rail terminal in Washington state is threatening to shoot California gasoline prices —already the highest in the US— up the roof as local refineries will be forced to buy more foreign oil transported by cargo ships as opposed to crude from local sources.

AngloGold Ashanti signs gas deal for Aussie mines
22 Jul 2014 - Gold miner AngloGold Ashanti (NYSE:AU) has signed a $140 million agreement with natural gas infrastructure business APA Group (ASX:APA) for a natural gas pipeline to supply the remote Tropicana and Sunrise Dam gold mines in Western Australia.

Diamond miner Alrosa's output down 16%
22 Jul 2014 - Russia-owned diamond miner Alrosa said Monday its second-quarter output dipped 16% year-on-year, to 8 million carats mainly due to scheduled repair works and lower grade at one of its pipes.

Pebble Mine may be blocked by 'sparingly used' regulation
21 Jul 2014 - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to invoke a little used provision that may block Pebble Mine from being built.

Indonesia to revoke Newmont license unless resumes output, lifts lawsuit
20 Jul 2014 - Indonesia increased pressure on Newmont Mining (NYSE:NEM) over a six-month old dispute that has halted copper exports, demanding the US miner to withdraw an international arbitration request filed earlier this month or risk losing its mining license.

Sirius delays application for $2.7bn potash mine in English national park
16 Jul 2014 - Shares in Sirius Minerals (LON:SXX), the miner aiming to extract potash in an English national park, have been trading low this week after the potash mine developer said it would not be submitting final documentation for its $2.7 billion (£1.7bn) York project by the end of the month.

Indian demand for Aussie coal to stay strong: economist
16 Jul 2014 - India will continue seeking a steady supply of coal from Australia to help the subcontinent's underperforming power plants meet rising demand for electricity, according to an Australian resource economist.

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