An international arbitration tribunal has ordered Mongolia to fork over $100 million for expropriating the Dornod uranium project from Khan Resources (CNSX:KRI) back in 2009.
While the earth contains enough potash to meet the increased global demand for crop production, some regions lack potash deposits needed for optimal food crop yields, the latest global assessment of the resource by the USGS shows.
Gold remains the most-targeted commodity by volume, according to EY’s latest report.
New World Gold Corp. executives say that since the discovery several companies, including a Chinese group, have approached them with offers.
25-point base rate cut from People's Bank of China.
A gold mine that straddles three provinces in northern Thailand has been given the go-ahead to reopen, following a month-long halt due to health concerns believed to be the result of heavy metal contamination.
Barrick Gold (NYSE:ABX, TSX:ABX), the number one producer of the precious metal, is hoping to raise up to $1.1 billion through the sale of two mines in Australia and Papua New Guinea.
The cuts include scaling back some operations and deferring projects. Further job cuts to follow.
Beijing preps New Year's gift and new report points to another 20% rise from here.
Interest in the high-end model, featuring 18-karat gold casing, is picking up.
Number one Barrick Gold's output drops in 2014, but fellow Canadian firm Agnico Eagle adds 30% to production ounces.
Chinese Novel Sunrise Investments has agreed to buy 48.7 million shares in SouthGobi —which was once worth over US$2.4 billion —for 35 cents per share in cash.
Within the Earth’s crust, there is 1 gram of silver for every 12.5 tonnes of earth (27,600 lbs). This makes silver very difficult to find. To understand silver supply, we must first discover how economic silver deposits form.
Korean scientists create a cheap, flexible steel with a strength to weight ratio of today's best titanium alloys using a nickel catalyst.
US citizen Justin Kapla and two Philippine nationals sentenced to 5 – 6 years in jail while working for coal miner SouthGobi appeal to Mongolian president.
India's government says to be committed to bringing transparency in the allocation of natural resources including coal.
The Arshanovsky open cut mine is expected to yield 10 million tonnes of coal a year once at full capacity.
The country's refusal of a deep sea mining venture off its coast has cast a shadow over the emerging mining practice.
While criminal charges against Vladislav Baumgertner, former Uralkali CEO, were ditched, he may face further damages claims as part of the so-called potash case.
After methane gas explosion triggered a collapse in a coal mine located about 145 km. off the provincial capital of Quetta.
The sunken treasure includes coins of various denominations and sizes from the period of the Fatimid Caliphate, a Muslim dynasty.
A rare earth project in New South Wales, Australia moved a step closer to mining after receiving approval from the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC).
Thermal coal prices have jumped 22% in a month as mines close. Surging Indian imports, set to overtake China's in 2015, will support prices longer term.
Declining properties values in China are hammering copper.
Australian uranium could end up in India’s nuclear weapons program thanks to concessions the Abbott government made in the deal between the two countries, two nuclear experts have warned.
Indian police want to arrest top Australian mining chief executive Bruce Munro, as part of a criminal investigation into allegations he "cheated" a business partner in a multibillion-dollar coal deal.
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