ENVIRONMENT

Nornickel to clean up its act

At its capital markets day in London, UK, Russian major Norilsk Nickel (Nornickel) pledged to drastically reduce sulphur dioxide emissions from its operations by 2030

 Nornickel COO Sergey Dyachenko also said the company was designing a fully autonomous, smart digital mine project for its new Skalisty operation

Nornickel COO Sergey Dyachenko also said the company was designing a fully autonomous, smart digital mine project for its new Skalisty operation

The company, which produces palladium, nickel, platinum and copper, believes the global energy transition and ‘clean mobility' trends, including hybridisation and electrification of cars, will boost demand...

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