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NORNICKEL: Potanin says smelter in Nikel will be closed

  • Date: 20-10-19
  • Category: NORNICKEL
  • Source: Barents Observer

Nornickel has hinted about it earlier, but now it seems more real. The days of the bad-polluting nickel-smelter in Russia’s border-town to Norway are counted. It will be closed and the 800 employees will get new tasks. If to believe Vladmimir Potanin, President and main shareholder of Nornickel that operates the factory.

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NORNICKEL: Russian Smelting Giant Nornickel to Launch Digital Trading Platform by End of 2019

  • Date: 10-07-19
  • Category: NORNICKEL
  • Source: Coin Telegraph

Russian mining and smelting giant Nornickel is planning to roll out a digital platform for metals trading by the end of 2019, local news outlet TASS reported on July 9.

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NORNICKEL: Nornickel plans to invest in own development $11 billion to 2022

  • Date: 10-07-19
  • Category: NORNICKEL
  • Source: Tass

YEKATERINBURG, July 10. /TASS/. According to Nornickel’s strategy for long-term development, the mining and metallurgical company will invest in own development $11 billion to 2022, Nornickel’s Senior Vice President Andrei Bugrov said at the Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit in Yekaterinburg on Tuesday.

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NORNICKEL: Arctic’s biggest air-polluter distributes $3,7 billion in 2018 cash dividends to owners

  • Date: 08-07-19
  • Category: NORNICKEL
  • Source: The Barent Observer

The annual General Meeting of Shareholders in Norilsk Nickel approved the final dividends for 2018 at 792,52 rubles ($12,25) per ordinary share, in total about $1,9 billion. This comes in addition to the interim dividends of $1,8 billion already set aside for the first six months of 2018.

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NORNICKEL: Four new electric drive 90 t BELAZ trucks for Nornickel Bystrinsky

  • Date: 01-07-19
  • Category: NORNICKEL
  • Source: IM Mining

Four new BELAZ-75581 haul trucks with the carrying capacity of 90 t have been added to the rolling fleet of the Bystrinsky mining and processing factory, representatives of the Belarusian automobile engineering company BELAZ told news agency BelTA. IM understands that these are electric drive trucks; BELAZ is one of only a handful of OEMs to produce electric drive trucks in this class. The drives are the Russian made Electrosila brand type by Power Machines. Bystrinsky is part of Norilsk Nickel.....

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