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  • Brazil's Vale signs $7 billion settlement in mining disaster

    Feb 04, 2021  The rupture of the dam at Vale's iron ore mining complex on Jan 25, 2019 unleashed a destructive torrent of mining waste, burying the equivalent of 300

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  • A year after Brazil mining dam collapse, CEO faces

    Jan 25, 2020  Jan 25, 2020 5 AM PT Exactly one year ago Saturday, a Brazilian dam operated by iron ore miner Vale gave way to a tsunami of 97 million cubic meters of

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  • Brazilian Mine Disaster Leaves 58 Dead, 200 Missing

    Jan 28, 2019  On Friday, a dam associated with an iron ore mine in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais breached, unleashing a torrent of water and mine waste into the Paraopeba River

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  • Fatal Landslide in Brazil Pushes Iron Ore Toward Record WSJ

    Dec 24, 2020  Ironore prices are surging toward a high as a landslide at a Brazilian ironore mine intensifies concerns about supply and Chinese demand runs hot The Brumadinho tailings dam disaster

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  • Brazil dam collapse: 10 bodies found and hundreds missing

    Jan 25, 2019  Ten bodies have been found and more than 400 people are unaccounted for after a dam operated by the mining firm Vale collapsed in the Brazilian state of

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  • Dozens dead, hundreds missing in Brazil after Vale mine

    Jan 28, 2019  A dam collapse connected to an iron ore mine owned by Vale has killed dozens of people in southeastern Brazil and left rescue workers with little hope of

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  • The Latest Updates From the Vale Dam Disaster in Brazil

    Feb 06, 2019  Iron ore rallied toward a twoyear high after Vale SA declared force majeure on some contracts, raising worries of a global shortfall of the key steelmaking ingredient Australia

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  • Brazil mine disaster opens door to even pricier iron ore

    Brazil disaster puts spotlight on industry failings So a tighter market and even higher iron ore prices — with potentially inflationary effects for the global economy — cannot be ruled out,

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  • Brazilian Mine Disaster Leaves 58 Dead, 200 Missing

    Jan 28, 2019  The disaster brings Brazil’s mining industry under scrutiny After the 2015 dam breach, despite lip service, little was done to change the regulatory structure at similar dams

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  • Fatal Landslide in Brazil Pushes Iron Ore Toward Record WSJ

    Dec 24, 2020  Ironore prices are surging toward a high as a landslide at a Brazilian ironore mine intensifies concerns about supply and Chinese demand runs hot The Brumadinho tailings dam disaster in

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  • A year after Brazil mining dam collapse, CEO faces

    Jan 25, 2020  Exactly one year ago Saturday, a Brazilian dam operated by iron ore miner Vale gave way to a tsunami of 97 million cubic meters of mining sludge that buried part of a

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  • Vale's Brazil disaster to prompt buyers to take more

    Vale SA's catastrophic dam failure in Brazil may knock it off its perch as the biggest iron ore exporter as the resulting rally in highgrade ore prices steers buyers towards rivals offering

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  • Brazil’s iron ore production set to recover post

    May 28, 2020  Brazil is the world’s second largest iron ore producer and exporter after Australia However, since the start of 2019, production has suffered due to the Brumadinho tailings dam disaster, weatherrelated conditions and the spread of Covid19

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  • Iron ore shortage after Vale disaster hurting Brazil

    A decision by Brazilian mining company Vale SA to halt production at ten sites in Minas Gerais state following a deadly dam disaster has affected deliveries of iron ore pellets to clients

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  • Brazil's Vale Signs $7 Billion Settlement in Mining Disaster

    Feb 04, 2021  Brazil's Vale Signs $7 Billion Settlement in Mining Disaster More FILE In this Jan 27, 2019 file photo, rescue workers in a helicopter search a flooded area after a

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  • The Latest Updates From the Vale Dam Disaster in Brazil

    Feb 06, 2019  The ~$10/metric ton rise in iron ore prices since the deadly tailings dam collapse at Vale SA’s operation in Brazil will lift Rio Tinto Group free cash flow by ~$19b, UBS Group AG analysts

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  • Brazil mine disaster opens door to even pricier iron ore

    But it is reality for the iron ore sector, which at 15bn seaborne tonnes a year is the second largest commodity by value after oil, according to Scotiabank After the dam disaster in Brazil

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  • Why is iron ore mined? Brazil's Rio Doce Disaster

    Brazil has some of the largest iron ore deposits in the world, which have been heavily mined since the 1950s Tailings dams are built to contain the waste generated by iron mining and they have been an increasingly visible feature of Brazil’s mines since the 1970s

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  • Iron Ore Giant Vale Faces Another Environmental Disaster

    Jan 28, 2019  Fabio Schvartsman had only really experienced success since taking the reins of the world’s biggest iron ore miner in 2017 A deadly mining spill on Jan 25 ended that One of Vale SA’s inactive mining waste dams ruptured and sent sludge hurtling into a rural valley in Minas Gerais state, Brazil

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  • Mining disaster in Brazil is an environmental catastrophe

    Nov 17, 2015  Mining disaster in Brazil is an environmental catastrophe The collapse of two dams at a Brazilian mine spells an absolute catastrophe, with effects that could haunt Brazil for years to come

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  • Vale under scrutiny after second mine disaster in Brazil

    The dam accident that has claimed the lives of at least 65 people is a huge setback to Brazil’s Vale, the world’s biggest producer of steelmaking ingredient iron ore, and its chief executive

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  • Terrifying moment of Brazil dam collapse caught on camera

    A video aired on Brazilian media shows the exact moment a dam burst in Brazil on 25 January The dam break at an iron ore mining complex operated by the mine

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  • Fatal Landslide in Brazil Pushes Iron Ore Toward Record WSJ

    Dec 24, 2020  Fatal Landslide in Brazil Pushes Iron Ore Toward Record Prices of the steel ingredient near alltime high as investors bet on tightening supply at a time of strong demand The Brumadinho tailings

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  • Brumadinho dam collapse in Brazil: Vale mine chief resigns

    Mar 03, 2019  The head of Brazil's Vale mining giant has stepped down following the collapse of a dam which killed 186 people in the town of Brumadinho Fabio Schvartsman and several other executives asked to be

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  • Brazil dam disaster latest: Muddy mining waste could

    Jan 30, 2019  Rio De Janeiro A torrent of muddy mining waste unleashed by a dam breach that killed at least 84 people in southeastern Brazil is now heading down a small river with high concentrations of iron

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  • Iron Ore Giant Vale Faces Another Environmental Disaster

    Jan 28, 2019  Fabio Schvartsman had only really experienced success since taking the reins of the world’s biggest iron ore miner in 2017 A deadly mining spill on Jan 25 ended that One of Vale SA’s inactive mining waste dams ruptured and sent sludge hurtling

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  • Brazilian iron ore mine disaster IHS Markit

    Brazilian iron ore mine disaster 06 March 2019 John Anton Mr William May On 25 January 2019, tailings Dam I at Vale's Córrego do Feijão mine, in Minas Gerais, Brazil, ruptured, releasing millions of metric tons of iron ore tailings

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  • Brumadinho dam disaster Wikipedia

    The Brumadinho dam disaster occurred on 25 January 2019 when Dam I, a tailings dam at the Córrego do Feijão iron ore mine, 9 kilometres (56 mi) east of Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil, suffered a catastrophic failure The dam is owned by Vale, the same company that was involved in the 2015 Mariana dam disaster The dam released a mudflow that advanced through the mine's offices,

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  • Brazil Dam Disaster: 60 People Are Dead, With Hundreds

    Jan 28, 2019  Brazil Dam Disaster: Search crews are looking for up to 300 missing people in southeastern Brazil, after a dam at an iron ore mining complex collapsed Friday, releasing a

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  • Brazil's Mining Disaster Worst in History The Inertia

    Nov 22, 2015  Sixteen days ago, two dams collapsed in Brazil It was an absolute fucking disaster, for a variety of reasons Almost 16 million gallons escaped, sending a deluge of hazardous sludge into a tiny

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  • Mining disaster in Brazil is an environmental catastrophe

    Nov 17, 2015  The collapse of two dams at a Brazilian mine spells an absolute catastrophe, with effects that could haunt Brazil for years to come Nine people were killed, 19 are still listed as missing and 500

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  • Terrifying moment of Brazil dam collapse caught on camera

    Feb 01, 2019  A video aired on Brazilian media shows the exact moment a dam burst in Brazil on 25 January The dam break at an iron ore mining complex operated by the mine

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  • Fallout from dam disaster piles up against Vale

    May 27, 2019  Brumadinho/London Shortly after employees broke for lunch on January 25, a dam at Vale’s Córrego do Feijão iron ore mine in southeastern Brazil ruptured and

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  • Hundreds Missing After Iron Ore Mine Dam Collapses In Brazil

    BRUMADINHO, Brazil, Jan 26 (Reuters) Brazilian rescue workers on Saturday searched for roughly 300 missing people after a tailings dam burst at an iron ore mine owned by Vale SA, amid faint hopes of finding many alive, three years after a similar disaster involving the miner

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  • UNHCR slams Brazil's iron ore dam fixes MacroBusiness

    Sep 17, 2020  Vale has 124 registered iron ore dams in Brazil, 41 of which are tailings dams, and 82% in Minas Gerais18 In the “iron quadrangle” in Minas Gerais, Vale alone has 28 open pit mines, and

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  • Iron ore wars: the fall of Vale and the rise of Rio Tinto

    While the human cost of the disaster is the most significant impact, there have been a number of financial and operational effects for Vale, and few of them positive The miner’s total iron ore output was 301,972 million tonnes in 2019, 215% lower than in 2018, with a decline of 552% at its Southern System projects leading the way

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  • Brumadinho dam collapse: 'Little hope' of finding missing

    Jan 26, 2019  Nearly 300 people are missing after a dam collapsed at an iron ore mine in southeastern Brazil, officials say The break caused a sea of muddy sludge that

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  • Brazilian iron ore mine disaster IHS Markit

    Brazilian iron ore mine disaster 06 March 2019 John Anton Mr William May On 25 January 2019, tailings Dam I at Vale's Córrego do Feijão mine, in Minas Gerais, Brazil, ruptured, releasing millions of metric tons of iron ore tailings

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  • Iron ore shortage after Vale disaster hurting Brazil

    A decision by Brazilian mining company Vale SA to halt production at ten sites in Minas Gerais state following a deadly dam disaster has affected deliveries of iron ore pellets to clients

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  • Brumadinho dam disaster Wikipedia

    The Brumadinho dam disaster occurred on 25 January 2019 when Dam I, a tailings dam at the Córrego do Feijão iron ore mine, 9 kilometres (56 mi) east of Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil, suffered a catastrophic failure The dam is owned by Vale, the same company that was involved in the 2015 Mariana dam disaster The dam released a mudflow that advanced through the mine's offices,

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  • Brazil's Vale Signs $7 Billion Settlement in Mining Disaster

    Feb 04, 2021  Brazil's Vale Signs $7 Billion Settlement in Mining Disaster Brazilian mining giant Vale signed a settlement deal on Thursday to pay 377 billion reais ($7 billion) to the state of Minas Gerais,

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  • Brazil Dam Disaster: 60 People Are Dead, With Hundreds

    Jan 28, 2019  Search crews are looking for up to 300 missing people in southeastern Brazil, after a dam at an iron ore mining complex collapsed Friday, releasing a

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  • Brazil's Mining Disaster Worst in History The Inertia

    Nov 22, 2015  Sixteen days ago, two damns collapsed in Brazil It was an absolute f*cking disaster, for a variety of reasons Since the mud is full of iron ore and silica, when it dries, it will harden just

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  • Mining disaster in Brazil is an environmental catastrophe

    Nov 17, 2015  The collapse of two dams at a Brazilian mine spells an absolute catastrophe, with effects that could haunt Brazil for years to come Nine people were killed, 19 are still listed as missing and 500

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  • Opinion Disaster Capitalism in Brazil: Mining Greed

    Feb 05, 2019  On January 25, 2019, a dam burst in the town of Brumadinho, north of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil The dam was built by the ironore company Vale to store residue after the iron ore had been extracted Once the dam began to crumble, it did not take long for its 13 million cubic meters of iron waste to sweep down onto the workers and into their town

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  • Iron ore wars: the fall of Vale and the rise of Rio Tinto

    The Brazilian mining giant saw its production crater in 2019, as the tragic impacts of a collapsed tailings dam at its Brumadinho operation were felt across the iron ore sector 300 people were killed or left missing by the disaster, sparking internal investigations and external outrage as

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  • Hundreds Missing After Iron Ore Mine Dam Collapses In Brazil

    BRUMADINHO, Brazil, Jan 26 (Reuters) Brazilian rescue workers on Saturday searched for roughly 300 missing people after a tailings dam burst at an iron ore mine owned by Vale SA, amid faint hopes of finding many alive, three years after a similar disaster involving the miner

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  • Brumadinho Dam Collapse: A Tidal Wave of Mud The New

    Feb 09, 2019  Vale SA, the world’s largest iron ore producer, says it will close all 10 of its dams in Brazil with a design similar to the one it ran in the town, Brumadinho Still, the company, which bought

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  • Dam collapse at Brazilian mine exposes grave safety problems

    Jan 29, 2019  The Brumadinho dam collapse is the second dam accident in Brazil involving one of the world’s largest iron ore producers, Vale SA, in recent years

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  • Residents of Brazil town try to rebuild lives after

    Mar 23, 2019  In 2015, a dam holding mineral waste burst, gushing toxic mud into a nearby river in Brazil’s worst environmental disaster to date Both dams

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