All articles by Annabel Cossins-Smith

Annabel is a staff writer across energy titles, with degrees in History and International Journalism.

Annabel Cossins-Smith

ExxonMobil in talks with Tesla, Ford, Volkswagen on lithium supply chain

According to reports, talks with potential buyers of Exxon’s future lithium supplies are still in the early stages.

Codelco copper output falls amid operational delays

Codelco has made a downward adjustment to its annual copper production forecast to between 1.31 million and 1.35 million tonnes.

Newcrest slows mining at Cadia site after dust pollution warnings

In June, the state’s environmental body ordered the company to take immediate action on the levels of dust pollution produced by its operations.

UAE signs $1.9bn mining deal with the Democratic Republic of Congo

The deal between the two nations is worth upwards of $1.9bn and “will make it possible to set up more than four industrial mines”.

AngloGold Ashanti to build renewable project in Australia

AngloGold Ashanti Australia, has entered into an agreement to construct and operate 62MW of wind and solar generation capacity at the Tropicana gold mine site.

Lithium producers warn of a global supply shortage for electric vehicle demand

Lithium has fast become a top commodity as countries move to ramp up EV uptake in place of the traditional combustion engine to meet global climate targets.

UK Government to backtrack on new coal mine ban

The ban was initially added to the Energy Bill in April this year by peers in Parliament’s House of Lords.

Drilling commences at Liparamba nickel project in Tanzania

The drilling will carry out test work looking for nickel sulphide mineralisation within the area.

EU and Argentina to cooperate on raw materials

The agreement aims to ensure the development of a “secure and sustainable” supply of the raw materials needed for energy transition technologies.

Ghana regains first position in gold production in Africa

Lands and Natural Resources Minister Jinapor said that gold production in the country is expected to increase significantly in the next two years.