New evidence has emerged of China's interest in digging for oil, gas a minerals in the frozen continent.
FRANCE Mining News
The assets include the coal mines of Berezovskaya and Pervomaskaya, which together produce 700,000 tonnes of coal a year.
The Canadian company, the world's third-biggest uranium miner, expects the mine to reach full production of 18 million pounds per year in 2018.
France is the world's fifth-largest holder of gold, only behind the U.S. Germany, the IMF and Italy.
Costs and challenges for mining the Arctic, meanwhile, on their way up.
Cameco’s Cigar Lake mine is set to become one of the world’s biggest by 2018.
Landscapers allegedly stole $1.2M in gold discovered on couple's property.
The plunge in iron-ore prices is damping profits at the firm’s mining unit.
Construction, not mining lifts the machinery giant's second-quarter results.
Government is touting the Four Mile mine as “the most significant deposit found anywhere in the world in the last 25 years."
Company acknowledges the short-term outlook is bad.
Siemens and partner Mitsubishi Heavy Industries came up short.
The ongoing investigation focuses on the controversial $2.5billion acquisition of Canadian rival UraMin in 2007.
The Imouraren project’s production start date has been pushed back several times. It was last due in 2015.
The world’s largest maker of heavy machinery posted a 5% increase in quarterly profit, beating analysts’ estimates.
Over the past year, Caterpillar has closed or announced plans to shutter several plants in the US, Canada and Europe.
France resurrects its 17th century economic policy, sets up state miner to explore for rare earths and gold focusing on francophone Africa and South America.
Signed while French President Francois Hollande was in Riyadh
First solar plant for the mining sector in the Coquimbo region will be inaugurated this Friday.
Areva's contract with the Niger government covering 4,500 tonnes per year is up for renegotiation.
Somair is the fourth largest uranium mine worldwide.
The law came into effect June 1.
One employee dead and 14 wounded.
Potential buyers could include Canada’s Cameco, Toshiba, France's Areva and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
It will be auctioned on Sunday in France.