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This Year, Everyone Will Love Uranium

This Year, Everyone Will Love Uranium

Utilities have been buying uranium…

Lithium Plunging As Chinese EV Production Slows

Lithium Plunging As Chinese EV Production Slows

China’s electric car subsidy changes,…

Metals / Commodities

$50 Billion Mega Project Could Change South America Forever

$50 Billion Mega Project Could Change South America Forever

May 19, 2015 at 11:04 | Dave Forest

Infrastructure is a critical part of mining -- often making the difference between profitable and pitiful projects.And in that respect, one part of the world got a lot…

How China Threw Its Rare Earths Monopoly Away

How China Threw Its Rare Earths Monopoly Away

May 14, 2015 at 12:28 | Ed Dolan

Rare earth elements (REEs) are a group of seventeen elements with exotic names like neodymium and yttrium that are key ingredients in many high-tech products, many important for national defense.…

Here's A New $1 Billion Funding Source For Mining Projects

Here's A New $1 Billion Funding Source For Mining Projects

Apr 17, 2015 at 09:54 | Dave Forest

Finding project funds is becoming a bigger and bigger issue in the resource space. But developers in the mining sector just got some good news on…

Latest $269 Million DOE Loan Causes Major Controversy

Latest $269 Million DOE Loan Causes Major Controversy

Apr 13, 2015 at 15:31 | Darrell Delamaide

 No doubt smarting from criticism about its lack of success in picking winners in alternative energy vehicles, the Department of Energy has given initial approval for…

Mick Davis has now almost $5 billion to build new mining empire

Mick Davis has now almost $5 billion to build new mining empire

Oct 15, 2014 at 11:30 | MINING.com

A few pounds less and some billions more, "Mick the Miner," is ready to go on a buying spree.After losing out in the Glencore (LON:GLEN) takeover last year,…

Mining Sector To Experience Major Investment Over Coming Months

Mining Sector To Experience Major Investment Over Coming Months

Sep 16, 2014 at 18:55 | Frik Els

Countercyclical investors sitting on $8 billion unspent funds have been waiting for clear signs of a market bottom. The wait may well be over.The mining M&A market is…

This Critical Uranium Shutdown is Going Ahead

This Critical Uranium Shutdown is Going Ahead

Aug 28, 2014 at 08:37 | Dave Forest

A brief news item yesterday may be one of the most important happenings in commodities for years.The coming shutdown of one of the largest uranium mines on the…

How to Play the Uranium Price Rebound

How to Play the Uranium Price Rebound

Aug 02, 2013 at 14:01 | The Energy Report

When it comes to uranium market sentiment, "it's all about Japan," says David Talbot, senior mining analyst at Dundee Capital Markets. With restart applications trickling in and reactor construction underway…

Doomsday: Will Peak Phosphate Get us Before Global Warming?

Doomsday: Will Peak Phosphate Get us Before Global Warming?

Jul 22, 2013 at 15:30 | Ed Dolan

Although climate change catches the headlines, it is not the only doomsday scenario out there. A smaller but no less fervent band of worriers think that peak phosphate—a catastrophic decline…

China Continues to Reduce Rare Earth Production as Prices Fall

China Continues to Reduce Rare Earth Production as Prices Fall

Jun 04, 2013 at 16:59 | Stuart Burns

Chicken or egg, which came first?The same question could be asked of the rare earth metals market.Rare earth metal prices have been falling steadily for the…

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