ArcelorMittal welcomes the allocation of a mining lease in respect of the Karampada iron ore deposit to the Company by the Governments of India and Jharkhand for its integrated steel plant to be based in Jharkhand.
The Karampada iron ore deposit is located in West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand with estimated reserves of 65 million tons […]

June 11th, 2008 Tags: Americas, Amsterdam, Arcelor, ArcelorMittal, ArcelorMittal’s Group Management Board, Barcelona, Belgium, Bilbao, Brussels, crude steel production, distribution networks, France, Germany, India, integrated steel plant, Jharkhand, key steel markets, liquid steel production, Luxembourg, Madrid, Mittal Steel, New York, Paris, Spain, steel, steel plant, The Netherlands, Valencia, West Singhbhum

ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest and most global steel company, today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Bakermet, a market leader in the scrap metal recycling industry in Eastern Ontario, Canada.
Bakermet, which specializes in all types of ferrous and non-ferrous metal, processed approximately 130,000 short tons of ferrous and 40 million pounds of […]

June 9th, 2008 Tags: Americas, Amsterdam, Bakermet, Barcelona, Belgium, Bilbao, Brussels, Canada, crude steel production, distribution networks, Eastern Ontario, ferrous and non-ferrous metal, France, Germany, key steel markets, Luxembourg, Madrid, Mittal Steel, New York, Ottawa, Paris, scrap metal recycling industry, shredded metal, Spain, steel, The Netherlands, Valencia

On 19 May 2008, ArcelorMittal completed the pricing of a US$ denominated issue of 5 year and 10 year notes, consisting of US$3,000,000,000 aggregate principal amount split equally between the 5 year and the 10 year issue. The notes will bear interest at a rate of 5.375% for the 5 year and 6.125% for the […]

May 20th, 2008 Tags: Americas, Amsterdam, Arcelor, Barcelona, Belgium, Bilbao, Brussels, crude steel production, distribution networks, France, Germany, key steel markets, Luxembourg, Madrid, Mittal Steel, New York, Paris, Spain, steel, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, United States, Valencia

BRUSSELS – Arcelor Mittal, the company formed last year in the largest- ever takeover in the steel industry, said Wednesday that 2006 profit fell 3.5 percent because of higher taxes and it announced plans to hand $2.4 billion to shareholders.
Net income fell to $7.97 billion from $8.26 billion, based on figures calculated as if the […]

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Gammon Lake Resources Inc. is pleased to announce that the Ocampo Gold-Silver Mine has reached commercial production. The Company is proud to report that 11,009 gold equivalent ounces (5,706 ounces of gold and 244,217 ounces of silver) were produced and sold from the Ocampo and El Cubo Mines during the first 10 days of […]

January 15th, 2007 Tags: Amsterdam, applicable securities law, BMO Capital Markets, Cass, Chairman, commercial, Company, Completion, Edgar, Edinburgh, Exchange, Frankfurt, Geneva, Gold, Institutional Investor, law, London, Market, markets, metal, metal prices, Mexico, mine, Miner, Mineral, Mines, mining, Nevada, Nova, Nova Scotia, ore processing, Orica, Precious metal, Price, Prices, Reliance, Reno, Resources, Securities and Exchange Commission, Securities Commission, securities law, Silver, Stockholm, Thornton, Two Mines, United States, United States Securities and Exchange Commission, Vancouver, Zurich

Six cities across Europe and Canada are taking part in a programme to test hydrogen buses for potential introduction into their transport systems. London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Hamburg and British Columbia will all see the environmentally friendly buses take to their streets in a trial that could lead to more widespread adoption of the technology-advanced carriers.

Some London bus […]

October 8th, 2006 Tags: Adfero Ltd, Amsterdam, Berlin, British Columbia, Canada, carbon-neutral fuel cell technology, Europe, European Commission, European Union, Hamburg, Jacques Barrot, London, technology-advanced carriers, transport systems

European energy and mining stocks, the region’s worst performers this quarter, rebounded as oil rose for a second day and copper gained for the first time in four days. BP Plc, Europe’s second-biggest oil producer by market value, and BHP Billiton, the world’s largest mining company, paced gains.

“We are very positive on energy stocks,” said Mariano […]

September 18th, 2006 Tags: airline, Amsterdam, Andorra, Barcelona, BG Group Plc, BHP Billiton, Bloomberg, BP Plc, Cagliari, Collins Stewart Tullett Plc, Crude Oil, crude oil prices, CSR Plc, Department of Commerce, Energy, energy stocks, Europe, Federal Reserve System, France, Fredrik Reinfeldt, Fredrik Reinfeldt’s Moderate Party, Germany, Internet, Italy, Jonathan Miller, KPN, large lender, London, MAN AG, Mariano Sancho, Martin Slaney, mobile phones, Munich, Nokia Oyj, Nordea Bank AB, Oil, oil and gas producer, oil producer, Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries, Paris, pence, Reading, Repsol YPF SA, Royal KPN NV, Salah Seddik, SAS AB, Scania AB, Sergi Martin, Sweden, Swedish government, technology stocks, telephone, TeliaSonera AB, The Netherlands, Tiscali SpA, U.S. government, United Kingdom, United States, Vedanta Resources Plc, Zambia

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