Michael Allan McCrae

Michael McCrae is executive editor of MINING.com. Before coming to InfoMine, Michael worked as a reporter and editor for newspapers throughout British Columbia. He also worked in pre-sales for various software firms and banks. (DISCLAIMER: The author may hold securities in the articles mentioned. Nothing written should be construed as a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. Seek the advice of a broker-dealer first.)

Cameco shares tumble after bigger than expected 2Q loss

Cameco shares were down 7.8% to $9.83 a share touching 52-week low mid-afternoon.

London-based gold seller says 'phones are ringing off the hook'

Google says "buy gold" searches have soared 400%.

Bloomberg picked an odd time to schedule a gold debate

One day before Brexit.

Child labour group takes aim at electronic manufacturers that use gold

The electronics industry consumed 63.9 tonnes of gold in the first quarter of 2016, about 5% of total demand.

BC's mine minister won't run for re-election

Leaving at the "top of my game."

Waking up groggy truck drivers from 17,000 KM away

"The shift schedules are demanding. The work is repetitive. There are issues trying to keep people engaged in the work that they are doing."

There are two types of mine operators that are looking at battery technology

Existing mines that want to go deeper are looking at the newest in battery technology.

Gold miners take a harder look at mine productivity tools

"Coal has always had a cost focus."

Gold supply to drop by 7 pct by 2021 – Newmont CEO

"We are one of the few who are building."

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How batteries are lowering the costs of underground mining

$50 million in savings.

NWT premier 'pleasantly surprised' by exploration season

Attracting new investment.

A mea culpa for not recognizing the 2011 resource bubble

"But, alas, I was fooled."

Talking acquisitions and industry trends with Joy Global's product manager

Doug Eamer, Manager of Commercial and Product Management, talks about the firm's expanded hard rock line.

Crystallex awarded US$1.2 billion plus interest for damages

The tribunal recognized Venezuela’s unlawful expropriation of the company’s investment in the Las Cristinas mining project.

IMAGE GALLERY: Highwalls falling on trucks, dozers

Crash.

INFOGRAPHIC: Seven dangerous minerals

Health risk.

Newcrest Mining's profit US$117 lower due to Cadia outage, lower copper and gold prices

All-in sustaining cost of gold is $US770 per ounce.

Newcrest Mining shaves US$1 billion off expanding the life of Lihir

Since production commenced in 1997, the site has produced more than 9 million ounces of gold.

Rescuers complete borehole to trapped Kencana miner

Newcrest Mining says Pak Mursalim’s health remains good.

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Explosion at Nexen's Long Lake facility kills one worker

Second worker is in critical condition.

Kaminak Gold announces positive feasibility

After-tax NPV 5% of c$455 million and IRR of 37 %; average life of mine annual gold production of 184,000 ounces and all-in sustaining costs of us$550/oz au.

Native American San Carlos Apache tribe takes on BHP, Rio Tinto over plans to mine sacred site

"It is no different to what people can relate to about Mount Sinai," Apache tribal leader Wendsler Nosie said.

Anglo American sells NSW coal mine for US$36 million

Earlier this month, Anglo announced a "radical" restructuring program.