Doak, the chairman of Toronto-based uranium exploration and development company Khan Resources, was found dead Thursday morning in his hotel room.
Beijing had been widely expected to eliminate tariffs and quotas on rare earth shipments after a World Trade Organization panel branded them discriminatory last year.
The headline in Pravda trumpeted President Vladimir V. Putin’s latest coup, its nationalistic fervor recalling an era when its precursor served as the official mouthpiece of the Kremlin: “Russian Nuclear Energy Conquers the World.”
Prime Minister Joomart Otorbaev resigned after hours of heated debate in parliament over the government’s performance last year.
The machinery giant doesn’t think it will remain strong for the rest of 2015.
For now, all of Japan’s 48 commercial reactors remain offline following 2011's Fukushima disaster.
Jumps 6% on Wednesday to four-week highs despite record-setting production numbers from Big Three.
Rupert Merer analyzes that growing energy sector for National Bank Financial and tells The Mining Report why betting on the future of renewables is a prudent strategy for profit growth.
All iron ore is not created equal.
Two Chinese banks are among the eight institutions that have provided Uralkali a $530 million loan.
The miner shipped 72.5m tonnes in the quarter, up 9% from a year earlier but down 12% sequentially.
A long-discussed 50/50 joint venture with Centerra doesn't seem to be in Kyrgyzstan's plans any longer.
Permits that would allow industry to look for petroleum in marine sanctuaries have been quietly granted by the Abbott government while it reviews 40 freshly minted marine reserves.
GDP slowdown was expected but China's property sector, responsible for half of steel demand, is in a tailspin as Q1 unsold inventory rises 24%.
As part of the agreement, Cameco will supply 7.1 million pounds (3.22 million kilos) of uranium concentrate to India over the next five years.
Globally, water demand is threatening to dangerously outpace supply, while in the US, dry states such as Texas and California are suffering from shortages and the future forebodes more suffering.
Landmark decision could complicate Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's push to return to atomic energy.
Once the fastest growing economy in the world, foreign direct investment in Mongolia collapsed over the space of just two years.
The International Monetary Fund and Standard and Poor's, in turn, predict prices for the steelmaking material are set to fall even further.
If labour costs are high, use robots.
Today Andrew’s talking about the ebbs and flows of his MRG business. He tells me President and CEO searches are not where he’s making his money these days, it’s the operations roles.
One of Australia’s leading uranium development proponents says the country’s natural advantage in delivering clean energy to meet growing global demand, is being eroded by the current policy differences between the states towards uranium exploration and mining.
Canada’s biggest uranium producer is in advanced talks with India on a deal to supply the country of 1.2 billion with fuel for nuclear power plants as Ottawa prepares to welcome Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
But China’s slowdown, rising costs and falling prices may get in the way.
Atlas Iron is shutting down its operations due to low iron ore prices, the company announced on Friday.
OPEC has been the most talked about international organization among investors, analysts and international political lobbies in the last few months.
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