Worldwide demand for sand totalled about 9.55 billion tonnes in 2017 with a market value of $99.5 billion and is projected to reach almost $481 billion in 2100.
Greenland Mining News
Dundas is the world's highest grade deposit of ilmenite. Bluejay expects an initial output of around 50,000 tonnes, which will increase to 300,000 tonnes per year.
China already actively seeking opportunities.
Chinese interest in Greenland comes after Beijing expressed ambitions to form a "Polar Silk Road" by developing shipping lanes opened up by global warming.
The price of zinc fell to a four month low on Thursday – there's much more pain to come says new report.
China Nonferrous Metal Mining Group is a state-owned Chinese corporation with mines in Zambia, Mongolia and Thailand.
The Kvanefjeld project would also be the world’s second-biggest rare earths operation.
Ironbark Zinc Limited (ASX:IBG) is developing one of the world's largest lead-zinc deposits.
Good news for Greenland Minerals and Energy, which is aiming to develop a massive uranium and REE deposit in southern Greenland.
Greenland's ruling Siumut party narrowly won Saturday's elections that were called two months ago when its leader, the former premier Aleqa Hammond, was forced to resign amid allegations that she misused public funds.
True North Gems expects to start production towards the end of winter of 2015.
Vancouver-based junior jumps 7% after assays from prospect on 3,600km2 coastal property returns strong copper-nickel-cobalt and platinum group results.
True North Gems secures $11 million finance package for the Aappaluttoq Ruby Project in SW Greenland
Company says the agreement will provide additional resources to transition quickly into the construction phase of the project.
Arctic region's vast riches set to attract over $100 billion in investments over the next decade.
"This means we are looking for projects"
"New projects in iron ore currently do face funding challenges."
Parliament voted Thursday to end a decades-long ban on mining for radioactive materials.
The ruling’s most controversial point is the one that allows miners to potentially bring hundreds of foreign workers into the country.
Punters not sure what to make of North American Nickel's latest find in Greenland kick it 17% higher only to let it fall deep into the red.
Greenland’s becoming the new frontier for those in the mining industry who explore for, find, and develop (to a certain point) the world’s future mines.
Rare earths abound in Greenland — one of the last frontiers for resource extraction.
A majority in the Danish parliament is reportedly ready to allow the extraction and exports of the radioactive element from Greenland, which represents a historical shift in Danish foreign policy, after 30 years of opposition to nuclear power.
Greenlanders may reap the possible benefits of an international push to exploit its abundant natural resources.
Autonomous Danish territory is "too reliant" on fisheries and EU subsidies.
Greenland’s treasure trove of rare earth metals, the largest deposit outside of China, cannot be mined because the elements are connected to restricted radioactive materials.