Sandstorm Gold has entered into an arrangement with Gold Royalties Corporation, whereby Sandstorm will acquire all of its outstanding shares
Oil sands production up 25%
In this interview with The Mining Report, Desormeaux notes that lithium is less dependent on short-term economic cycles than commodities like oil and copper, and says demand for lithium will grow faster than the global economy.
Additional help from lower exploration expenditures and higher income tax recovery
A new intermediate precious metals producer.
FNI's outstanding indebtedness is currently approximately US$38 million.
187% increase in indicated resource tonnage; 226% increase in indicated Nb2O5
Unexpected visitors have been dropping in on anti-oil activists in the United States — knocking on doors, calling, texting, contacting family members.
Cameco (TSX:CCO) has reported a double-digit increase in fourth-quarter profits despite a nine per cent drop in revenue.
“Over the next five to 10 years, many mining executives will be retiring. The industry needs a new wave of leadership,”
"We've seen a lot of people who were involved with the initial diamond rush in the early 90s come back to us."
The PDAC hosts the world's biggest trade show next month.
For the companies that are doing well, it is a good time to grow within their markets.
Building the mine would require about 1,000 people. It would then employ 750 once running.
The mining industry employed more than 380,000 people in 2013, accounting for one in every 47 jobs in Canada.
In essence, we have to create things from scratch.
Exceptional places to work.
Embarrassment and financial harm.
Some coal-industry executives insist—despite all the evidence that suggests otherwise—on an inevitable turnaround in the years ahead.
Hardest hit of all B.C. commodities has been metallurgical coal, which is suffering from a double whammy.
"If the downstream slope had been flattened, failure would have been avoided. "
Report is releasd.
The company's Skouries project is one of the biggest foreign investments in Greece.
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change have separately okayed the project.
The Saskatoon-based miner also hiked its quarterly dividend 9% to 38 cents per share.
The highly anticipated independent expert panel report will determine the cause of the dam failure and is expected to lead to new safety standards for the entire Canadian mining industry.
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