The country, the world’s largest uranium producer, accounted for 23% of the U.S. imports of the raw material last year.
A survey of over 100 mining equipment buyers and decision-makers shows that 40% of them are still focused on cost cuts.
PennEnvironment claims the steelmaker has repeatedly violated the federal Clean Air Act at its Monessen coke plant since the facility reopened last year.
The approval will include “the same rights and the same level of legal and fiscal certainty provided under its contract of work,” the company said without elaborating.
Reducing reliance on China REE market.
Change that is "necessary and healthy"
The total number of operating coal mines in the U.S. has hit its lowest point since at least 1923, one of the earliest year on record, according to the Energy Information Administration.
It also revised its guidance for 2015 down, saying sales and revenues for the year are now expected to be about $48 billion—$1 billion lower than the previous outlook.
Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced approximately $13.2 million in supplemental funding to help transform communities by cleaning up contaminated Brownfields properties. Supplemental funding of the Revolving Loan Funding (RLF) will be given to 31 successful RLF grantees helping 44 communities carry out cleanup and redevelopment projects.
The company reported a £1.2 million pre-tax loss in the first six months of 2015, widening from the £191,000 loss reported a year earlier.
The company's president, Kelvin Dushnisky, said he expects the imminent sale of six U.S. assets to close before the end of the year.
US producers' share of seaborne coal market has fallen to less than 1% as strong dollar hurts miners already struggling to stay profitable says new study.
BHP’s coal chief believes the commodity is likely to remain under pressure for a while.
NovaCopper Inc. (NYSE-MKT, TSX:NCQ) CEO Rick Van Nieuwenhuyse’s path to success in the Ambler mining district of Alaska, where he started his career, is a road.
Pure Energy Minerals' early stage lithium brine project is in Nevada where Tesla's feeling pressure to spend $1.3 billion in tax breaks from the state.
More than a dozen energy companies have been pressing U.S. authorities to lift the nation's four-decade moratorium on oil exports.
Detection systems are used to help protect miners from being crushed or pinned in confined underground mine spaces where large equipment is constantly in motion.
September 11 is a day when we pause and reflect on where we were when—when the towers came crumbling down, when our nation’s capital came under attack, when so many lives were cut short, when so many heroes rushed in.
Average sales margins for coal miners have fallen by about half since 2011, forcing three of the U.S.'s largest publicly traded producers to file for bankruptcy protection this year.
The agency believes U.S. tight oil supply will sink by nearly 400,000 barrels a day in 2016.
Chief Investment Officer Jagdeep Bachher said the assets were no longer good investments for the university's $98.2 billion fund.
The company still denies the alleged violations, but has agreed to settle the case solely to avoid the costs and uncertainties of continued litigation, it said.
A U.S. court begins hearing arguments this week in a lawsuit that claims increased volumes of oilsands crude have been allowed to flow from Canada into the United States without adequate public input or environmental review.
Though the on-the-ground efforts of groups like the Sierra Club have played a major role in tripping up coal companies actively mining or seeking new areas to mine, environmentalists' air game has perhaps been most touted for pinching coal on the demand side.
The precious metal price remained rooted in a very narrow range as trading volumes were limited Monday, a public holiday in the US and Canada.
Did you know that the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing makes $696 million of new currency each day?
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