Thanks to increased Asian demand for the commodity.
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A new port plus an expansion at an existing port will meet growing demand.
Uranium drops to 7-year-low while nuclear reactor in South Korea starts buzzing again.
The country’s nuclear power industry has been troubled by a series of mandatory shutdowns, corruption scandals and mechanical failures in recent years.
A "scatter gun approach" to patent filing.
The biggest Australian iron ore mine to emerge in decades would not employ any of the 1,700 foreign construction workers it had been allowed to import.
India, Russia and South Korea are doing it right.
Four leading Asian economies currently account for almost of Iran's exports of oil
Imports of rare earth minerals from China plunged in 2012, while Japan-sourced supplies more than tripled
Daewoo, LG and Korean government team up with Cauldron Energy on Marree Uranium project
The consortium includes South Korean steelmaker POSCO and Taiwan-listed China Steel.
Molycorp share prices sink to record lows following many difficulties last year, leaving the American rare earth producer a highly appealing takeover target
Polymetal International has made several trial shipments of precious metals concentrates to Japan and South Korea and is planning talks on further supplies, Polymetal's CEO Vitaly Nesis said in an interview.
Frontier is advancing the Zandkopsdrift rare earth project in South Africa and in December sold 10% of the venture to Kores for $23.8 million. The South Korean state-owned company now wants to ink a more comprehensive deal.
Shares of nuclear medicine company Nordion dove close to 40%, down $3.93 at $6.53 in Toronto on Monday.
Woulfe Mining (TSX-V) is raising $20 million to reopen one of the world's largest tungsten resources. The company announced on Wednesday that it will offer a convertible unsecured senior debentures at a price of $1,000 per […]
South Korean company LG International has bid for Peabody Energy's Wilkie Creek coal mine in Queensland, reports The Australian, citing an unnamed source who spoke to Deal Journal Australia.
Yonhap reported that South Korea will pursue 5 energy and infrastructure development projects in Venezuela worth USD 11.1 billion that could open new business opportunities for local companies in the South American country.
Today Energy minister Taner Yildiz said that South Korean companies were interested in establishing 5,000-6,000 MW coal-fired power plants in Turkey.
Canadian health products provider Nordion was the target of criticism at a major nuclear security summit in South Korea due to the company’s deal with Russia that entitles it to sell medical isotopes made with weapons-grade uranium for the next eight years.
Chris Berry, founder of Mountain Partners asset management company, provided an interesting summary of the graphite space while speaking at the recent Graphite Express Conference in Vancouver.
"Shenhua is the most competitive bidder for the project given its technology, transport infrastructure, access to the Chinese market and the backing of the Chinese government," Shenhua CEO Ling Wen told reporters.
In its annual ranking of countries in terms of political risks for mining investment, the mineral industry advisory firm Behre Dolbear, has ranked Australia, Canada, Chile, Brazil and Mexico as the top five nations in which to locate mining projects.
State-run Korea Resources Corp. (KORES) is planning to invest at least US$532 million (600 billion won) in mining projects abroad this yea, particularly in the coal sector of Indonesia and North America, reports Bloomberg.
Woulfe Mining was off 8.5% to trade at 32 cents on the Canadian venture exchange today despite delivering a preliminary economic assessment for its Muguk gold project in Korea.