Mine Water Solutions conference scheduled for Vancouver mid-April.
Government claims it was not notified according to the law.
Despite the overall pessimism, mining CEOs remain just as confident on their own company’s growth as they were in previous years.
The Canadian miner became the latest victim of slumping iron ore prices.
Korean-owned Harvest Operations Corp. has cut 105 jobs and will delay start-up of its 10,000-barrel-per-day BlackGold thermal oilsands project until benchmark New York oil prices improve to above $60 US per barrel.
The ex-politician has recently accepted two high-paying positions in the private sector, including one as member of Barrick Gold's advisory board on international affairs.
Eleonore is expected to eventually become Canada’s largest gold producing mine.
Two oil towns that have defined Alberta’s resource – and real estate – boom now show how fast the bloom can fade.
But the fund warned that only further tightening of fiscal and monetary polices would contain the country's large deficits.
The B.C. government has approved Pretium’s $450-million Brucejack gold mine, the first mine approved since the collapse of the Mount Polley mine tailings dam last year. Read more…
While it did not release price terms, it is believed the group will be selling its crop nutrient for US$315 per a tonne,
Trevali Mining Corporation (“Trevali” or the “Company”) (TSX: TV; BVL: TV; OTCQX: TREVF; Frankfurt: 4TI) provides a status update on construction and mine re-start activities at its wholly-owned Caribou polymetallic mine and mill complex located in the Bathurst Mining Camp of northeastern New Brunswick, Canada.
The move seeks to direct gems to the most financially sound purchasers and make the business more transparent.
The deal gives Peregrine access to eight prospecting licences in the African country.
The deal aims to speed up development of Allana’s promising Danakil potash project, in northeast Ethiopia.
The oil giant is “actively engaged” in talks to swap North American assets, mostly Canadian, with international oil companies.
With world oil prices stubbornly stuck at around US$50 per barrel, Western Canada’s weather-related spring drilling slowdown could easily last until next fall — or longer.
The company said the suspension of operation at the copper is momentary, as northern Chile is being hit by torrential rain and snow.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) probe centres on the alleged mishandling of claims of natural gas pipeline violations at TransCanada by engineers working for the energy regulator (NEB).
At the end of January, the company announced it was placing the mine in care and maintenance, citing a commodity price crash, and earlier this month was forced to seek creditor protection.
It’s a seemingly small thing, the matter of a dozen or so degrees difference in the water temperature during one part of the lengthy and complex process of squeezing oil from Alberta bitumen.
In the farthest reaches of northwestern Canada, there are few people and fewer roads. When winter comes, fuel, explosives, and heavy equipment move north in an unusual way: via trucks driving on frozen lakes.
An annual survey of the oil and gas workforce has revealed a surprising trend.
The collapse in the market for Canada’s heavy crude below $30 a barrel last week is hammering home a harsh reality for the nation’s oil-sands producers: There’s no one to save them this time.
The country's Environmental Court handed Monday a major victory to Barrick’s besieged Pascua-Lama gold, copper and silver project, straddling the border with Argentina.
The U.S. miner said the sale is part of a strategy to divest non-core assets and focus on supplying iron ore pellets to the North American steel industry.
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