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    NILSY shareholders... get ready for another big fat dividend cheque. $0.70 per ADR. Sweeet.

    @@@NORILSK NICKEL BOARD OF DIRECTORS RECOMMENDS INTERIM DIVIDEND FOR 9 MONTHS OF 2016 November 11, 2016 Moscow – PJSC «MMC «NORILSK NICKEL» (hereinafter Nornickel or the Company), the largest global nickel and palladium producer, reports that its Board of Directors calls an Extraordinary General Meeting of shareholders (EGM) on December 16, 2016. The Board of Directors has recommended for the EGM approval an interim dividend payment for nine months of 2016 in the amount of RUB 444.25 (approximately USD 6.95 at the RUB/USD exchange rate of the Russian Central Bank as of 10.11.2016) per one ordinary share.The Board of Directors has set the EGM record date (the list of shareholders eligible to vote) on November 21, 2016 and has proposed to set the interim dividend record date (the list of shareholders entitled to the interim dividend) on December 28, 2016. The interim dividend distribution will amount to approximately USD 1.1 billion.
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    It's simple. Indonesia banned nickel ore exports. Philippines miners stepped in to fill the hole. But they did that with blatant disregard for environmental laws.Shut 'em down. Ms. Lopez.

    @Manila. The Philippine government has suspended the operations of a seventh nickel miner, Claver Mineral Development Corp, a minister said on Thursday (04/08), deepening an environmental crackdown that has caused jitters in global nickel markets. The Philippines is the biggest supplier of nickel ore to top market China and the suspension of some mines and the risk of more closures sent global nickel prices to an 11-month high of $10,900 a ton on July 21. "Today we are suspending Claver Mineral. We will audit all the mine sites of Mindanao," Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Regina Lopez said, referring to the nickel-rich southern Philippine island. Claver runs a mine in the Surigao del Norte province in Mindanao. Lopez made the announcement during a mining forum in southern Davao City, but did not immediately say what prompted the suspension. The government has now suspended seven miners, all of them nickel producers, amid an ongoing audit that began on July 8 that aims to check whether companies are complying with regulations to protect the environment where they're operating.
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    Nice and quiet here. No american yahoo has a clue about this behemoth. Good.
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    Shut em down. Shut em all down.

    @@@@MANILA, Dec 2 The Philippine government will suspend more mines in a fight against environmental degradation, the minister in charge of mining said, a move that could put future supply from the world's top exporter at risk and lift nickel prices.

    The Southeast Asian nation has already halted 10 of its 41 mines in a campaign backed by President Rodrigo Duterte against what the government says is irresponsible mining. Twenty more are facing possible suspension and the agency in charge of the review may issue a ruling next week.

    "There will definitely be suspensions, but we have to go over the list," Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Regina Lopez told Reuters by phone on Friday. Lopez said the list will be finalised "very soon, next week at the latest."

    Fourteen of the 20 mines facing suspension are nickel producers, and along with the eight of 10 already halted, they accounted for more than half of the Philippines' nickel ore output last year.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/philippines-mining-idUSL4N1DX2AC
    UPDATE 2-More Philippine mine suspensions on the way in boost for nickel
    * May announce ruling on 20 mines facing suspension nextweek* Philippines is world's top nickel ore supplier* Mines involved produce more th
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    With rich nickel ore from Indonesia gone, a large China stainless steel manufacturer is working to combine nickel concentrate formed by nickel-ore roasting to blend with crappy low grade Phillipine nickel ore.

    @@@Background to Nickel Concentrate Roasting The roasting of mineral resources, such as gold, is a process which has been proven over many years. Tsingshan, in response to the ban of high grade Indonesian laterite ore and general depletion of high grade nickel laterite globally, made a strategic decision to roast nickel concentrates to supplement its other feed sources for producing high quality stainless steel.In 2012, Western Areas provided Tsingshan with the first test batch of nickel concentrate and then again in 2013, with the goal of developing an alternate market to traditional nickel smelters. The Company's batch of nickel concentrates ultimately led to the construction and operation of a large scale roasting pilot plant. Following the success of the pilot plant operations, Tsingshan constructed and has successfully commissioned a full scale roasting plant capable of handling nickel concentrate consistent with specifications of the Western Areas' product. The construction cost of a roaster is significantly less than a nickel smelter, and as a stainless steel producer, Tsingshan receives many operational benefits from integrating the roasting process into the stainless steel production process. As nickel concentrate is exothermic (ie. gives off heat during processing), steam is generated during processing that can be captured for power generation. As the nickel concentrate also contains sulphide, the sulphur is also captured during processing and converted into sulphuric acid which is then used for 'pickling' stainless steel in Tsingshan's downstream operations. However, by far the greatest benefit of the roasting process, is that the resulting high nickel grade oxidised product can be blended with lower grade nickel laterite (Philippine ore) which has been pre-treated. The blend is then directly fed into stainless steel converters, realising significant cost and productivity benefits. The optimum specification of nickel sulphide derived concentrate required for roasting is in limited supply. Western Areas nickel concentrate product conforms to this optimal specification as it contains little to zero cobalt, copper, platinum group metals or other minerals which would receive no by-product credits through a roasting process.

    http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/western-areas-announces-new-offtake-contract-executed-with-chinas-largest-stainless-asx-wsa-2178606.htm
    Western Areas Announces New Offtake Contract Executed With China's Largest Stainless Steel Producer
    PERTH, AUSTRALIA--(Marketwired - Nov. 27, 2016) - THIS NEWS RELEASE IS NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO U.S. NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE U.S. Western Areas Ltd (ASX:WSA) ("Western Areas" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has n
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    Very smart move by Indonesia. If miners want to export ore, then they have to agree to build smelting capacity, and later sell a 51% stake of their business to the government. I'll suspect there won't be very many miners that convert from COW to IUPK. In the end this is pretty much a non-event.

    @@@The government issued a fourth revision of Government Regulation No. 23/2010 on the management of mineral and coal businesses on Wednesday, allowing miners to continue exporting copper concentrates, certain amounts of low-grade nickel ore and washed bauxite. The newest revision, Government Regulation No. 1/2017, provides an export exception to those semiprocessed minerals as long as companies have converted their permit status from a contract of work (CoW) to a special mining license (IUPK). “There is no obligation [to convert] as long as they do not ask for a recommendation to export mineral ores or concentrates,” Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan said during a press conference on the revised regulation on Thursday. Furthermore, mining companies holding IUPK must officially sign a commitment to build a smelter within five years. Foreign-owned mining companies must also commit to divesting 51 percent of shares to the government a decade after production in order to continue exports. “If they want the export recommendation for any of the minerals, then first they must convert to an IUPK with all the consequences, they must build a smelter within five years and they must also divest up to 51 percent,” Jonan explained. (ags)

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/01/12/govt-issues-eagerly-awaited-rules-on-mineral-export-ban-relaxation.html
    Govt issues eagerly awaited rules on mineral export ban relaxation
    The government issued a fourth revision of Government Regulation No. 23/2010 on the management of mineral and coal businesses on Wednesday, allowing miners to continue exporting copper concentrates, certain amounts of low-grade nickel ore and washed
    www.thejakartapost.com
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    Shut them all down.

    @The Philippines has ordered the suspension of operations at two nickel ore mines for environmental violations and halted the issuance of exploration permits as a nationwide crackdown led by a new mining minister begins. The move could curb nickel ore shipments from the Southeast Asian country, the top supplier to No. 1 market China, and push up global prices further. News last week that the Philippine government would review all mining operations in the country lifted the price of nickel by 8 per cent in two days. It hit an eight-month high of $US10,410 a tonne on Monday. The two nickel mines to be suspended are operated by BenguetCorp Nickel Mines Inc and Zambales Diversified Metals Corp in Zambales province, north of the capital Manila, Leo Jasareno, director of the Mines and Geosciences Bureau, told Reuters on Thursday. The suspensions followed "various complaints of environmental degradation," Jasareno said, adding they would be in effect until the companies complied with conditions set by the agency. Officials at Benguet Corp, which owns BenguetCorp Nickel mines, were not immediately available for comment.The mining minister, Regina Lopez, a staunch environmentalist, separately said there would be a ban on fresh mining exploration in the country for a month while a review of all existing mines was underway. "There's a moratorium on new mining until we're done with the audit," Lopez told Reuters in an interview. The Southeast Asian country has stopped issuing new permits to develop mines since 2012 but has allowed exploration until now. Of around 40 metals mines operating in the Philippines, Lopez said she didn't "even know of one" that practised responsible mining, strictly adhered to environmental standards or took full care of the local communities where they operate.
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