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Uranium supply in key producers Kazakhstan and Nigeria could be severely impeded by weather problems and political turmoil.
Glasenberg is known as a voracious dealmaker and is said to prefer acquisitions over organic growth.
Kazakhstan continues to lead the world in uranium production.
Resource nationalism, poor infrastructure that hinders development and supply chain disruptions are some of the biggest risks the global mining sector will face this year.
Renowned investment expert Stephen Leeb says gold and silver are set to embark upon "the greatest bull market people will ever see in their lifetimes" amidst an industrial squeeze and a surge in appetite for precious metals from Asia.
Mongolian president Elbegdorj delivers stinging rebuke to 'irresponsible' Rio over Oyu Tolgoi's runaway costs of $24bn.
To gold starved Indian consumers, silver has taken on a brighter hue at home, but it remains the silver export sector that is leading the charge.
Iran exported over 2.6 tons of granulated iron ore during August 20, 2011-January 19-2013, Iran Minerals Production & Supply Company announced.
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Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (TSE:POT) has logged a stunning 38% decline in Q4 profits due to dwindling demand from core Asian export markets India and China.
Russian gold miner may get around $2.2 billion for the properties.
More stringent environmental enforcement and a shift of resources to regions.
A remarkable saga of survival in the remote Siberian wilderness has recently resurfaced, concerning the discovery by Soviet mining scientists of a family who had spent four decades of their lives in complete isolation from the outside world.
Rothschild-Bakrie mess makes London bourse look 'second-rate', fit only for 'speculative mining plays'
The saga has tarnished the Rothschild and Bakrie dynasties, but the LSE deserves much of the blame.
The giant copper-gold mine is one of the richest prizes in mining and the Mongolian government has long coveted more of it.
Renowned hedge fund manager William Kaye says the world faces the prospect of another financial crisis should interest rates be increased and debt burdens be rendered unserviceable.
Iran has denied reports of an explosion at its uranium enrichment facilities near the city of Qom in the country's center-north
The Kyrgyz Republic government is once again trying to force Centerra to renegotiate the terms of its mining license for the Kumtor open pit gold mine, the country’s largest foreign investment.
A social media user who claims being a commodities trader at giant Glencore (LON:GLEN) opened up a forum on Reddit on Sunday in which he answered lots of questions about what it's like to work at the big firm.
A senior Chinese official has flagged Beijing's strong interest in Iranian resources.
A metal implement which appears to be the toothed rail of a gear shift has been found in a lump of coal around 300 million years in age
While it is hard to ramp up much sympathy for petro-states, Norway and Saudi Arabia are both facing a murky 2013 as domestic production falls, pushing both nations towards some difficult (and expensive) choices.
Local media reported that Kyrgyzstan minister of economy, Temir Sariyev, implied that Centerra would have its permit revoked and a new company would continue to extract gold from Kumtor.
Mongolia is planning to cancel China coal-supply contract, and has delayed Tavan Tolgoi's IPO.