Ana Komnenic

Ana Komnenic is an assistant editor at Ana's work has been published in the Huffington Post, Business in Vancouver, The New York World, and in New York City. She has also worked at the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIN) in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Ana holds an M.S. in journalism from Columbia University. You can reach Ana at [email protected] or find her on Twitter @anakomnenic

Breaking down the information silos at a mine

"Mining today is very fragmented."

Crimean artifacts caught up in Ukraine-Russia dispute

A Crimean museum's ancient gold collection in limbo after Russia annexation of the Ukrainian territory.

Cuba approves new foreign investment law

But natural resource industry exempt.

Rick Rule: You survived the pain, why not hang around for the gain?

According to Rule, these are the classic signs of a bear market bottom.

SEC cracks down on Seattle-based Chinese coal company

Accuses firm of fraud.

Canadian Mint honours Pope John Paul II with gold, silver coins

Coins show pope during Mass in first Canadian visit.

HudBay target Augusta says it's got nine potential buyers

Company says 'significant industry players' are among them.

Ukraine to pay 80% more for Russian gas

Ukraine uses gas for about 40% of its energy needs, and more than half of that supply comes from Russia.

Suncor can't randomly drug test employees, panel rules

Panel rules the program would be an unreasonable invasion of privacy.

Capstone Mining gains on life-of-mine extension

The Pinto Valley copper mine in Arizona was supposed to stop producing in 2018.

Taseko fights for New Prosperity, files second judicial review application

Says government held 'inappropriate closed door meetings with opponents' of the proposed mine.

The US now produces more than 10% of the world's crude, thanks to the shale industry

US tight oil production averaged 3.22 million barrels per day over the past three months.

Diamond dealers under threat in Central African Republic

Rough diamonds are one of the country's biggest exports.

CHART: Unprecedented growth of global financial assets

But gold holdings represent only 1% of all financial assets.

Bitcoin not a currency, in IRS terms

Bitcoin and other digital currencies will be treated as property for US Federal Tax purposes.

Gahcho Kue on track, companies reassure investors

Contrary to media reports last week that project could be delayed.

Value of US mineral production decreased in 2013

Not because of lower production but lower metals prices.

Signs of recovery in India's gold jewellery sector

But value of exports still down nearly 50% over the past 11 months due to domestic scarcity of the yellow metal.

Alberta regulator approves Cenovus oil sands project

Share price gains nearly 2%.

Chinese demand for Australian commodities not about to 'decline drastically' – Fitch

But China's incremental demand for commodities may have peaked.

Gold drops 2% as Fed reduces monthly bond purchases to $55 billion

Fed says 'labor market indicators were mixed but on balance showed further improvement.'

Ottawa reshuffle: Canada gets new Minister of Natural Resources

Former minister becomes Finance Minister.

MMG confirms negotiations with Glencore over Las Bambas; no guarantee of agreement

This is the first statement in which MMG has confirmed its intention to buy Las Bambas.

VIDEO: Sandstorm CEO comments on 'transformative' year and lessons learned from Colossus bankruptcy

2013 has been a 'very, very positive year' - CEO

World's oldest gold mine in Georgia a 'myth,' says government

Allows Russian-owned gold miner to continue mining operation at the site.