Following the successful inaugural event in 2012, the 2nd International Mining and Minerals Recovery Exhibition and Conference (Mining Vietnam 2014) will return from March 11 to 13, 2014 at the International Centre for Exhibition (ICE) in Hanoi.
In 2014, the Vietnam National Coal Mineral Industries Group (Vinacomin) will invest VND32.3 trillion in basic construction for major projects in the fields of coal exploitation, mineral, power, industrial explosive materials and building materials.
According to the coal industry development master plan approved by the prime minister, coal output will reach 66-70 million tonnes by 2025. However, it won’t be easy to realize this target as many conditions and factors need to be satisfied, in which the role of natural resources is of much...
Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai has issued a document to request the acceleration of two alumina projects, Tan Rai and Nhan Co. These are the first two test projects in bauxite mining for alumina production of our country, in Lam Dong and Dak Nong.
To successfully reach the target in 2014 which is to consume 35 million tonnes of coal, of which domestic consumption is 27 million tonnes and coal export is 8 million tonnes, the Vietnam National Coal-Mineral Industries Holding Corporation Limited (Vinacomin) has begun implementing synchronous...
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a list of 151 areas where mineral mining rights will not be auctioned.
Due to its tremendous influence on the socio-economic life, the evaluation of the effectiveness of the mining sector is not only based on the contribution to the economic development, but also involves the negative impacts on the social life. In Vietnam, the mining industry is a key economic sector, accounting for a large proportion of GDP, and is also one of the industries that cause the most adverse impact on the environment and society.