USA Mining News

One World Minerals Inc. announces second phase work program including 4000m of drilling on its Rico Litio Lithium Project

One World Minerals Inc. is pleased to announce the start of a second phase exploration program on the Company’s Rico Litio lithium property located in the State of California Baja Norte, Mexico.

Trump signs executive order undoing Obama's clean power plan

He has instruct has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to review and rewrite it.

Sprott's Reik tackles biggest misconception about gold price

Gold's trading at one-month high.

US coal boss Robert Murray: Trump 'can't bring jobs back'

“I suggested that he temper his expectations. Those are my exact words,” said Murray Energy founder and CEO. “He can’t bring them back.”

Manganese – the third electric vehicle metal no one is talking about

Manganese is a critical and irreplaceable element used in steel production and used widely as a battery component.

Donald Trump approves Keystone XL pipeline

He said the project would employ 28,000 people, with TransCanada predicting only 13,000 temporary construction jobs and the US State Department saying only 50 of them will be permanent positions.

Jakarta: Freeport could lose Grasberg control within 2 years

State holding company ready to take 51% stake says Indonesian deputy mines minister as dispute over ownership of iconic copper-gold mine intensifies.

Mosaic to pay hefty fine over accident at its Colonsay potash mine

Mosaic was charged with fines of more than more than $85,000 after a worker's leg was crushed in a conveyer in February 2014.

The 5 biggest private funds investing in mining

Denver is the global capital of private capital raising for investment in the metals and mining sector.

Post-Fed gold price climb sparks mining stocks rally

What a difference a week makes.

Surprise, surprise: Gold moves higher

Despite last week’s move by the U.S. Federal Reserve, America’s central bank, to tighten monetary policy a notch, gold prices surprised many observers of and participants in the gold scene.

Adrian Day: Now is the time to be buying gold

Find out why he thinks Donald Trump could be a “disaster” for the US economy

NEW REPORT: Global coal plant development freefall sparks renewed hope on climate goals

Work frozen at over 100 projects In China And India; 62 percent decline in global construction starts

Premier Gold shares surge after Nevada resources bump

Impressive increase in both size and grade from the 2013 resource estimate at its 100%-owned McCoy-Cove project in world-class gold district.

Trump's repeal of anti-corruption rules could give US companies advantage over industry peers, says Fasken Martineau white collar expert

On February 14, 2017, President Trump signed into law a joint resolution of Congress to repeal a critical anti-corruption rule for oil, gas and mining companies.

Clay Identification in Uranium Exploration with the oreXpress™ and EZ-ID™ software

During exploration for unconformity-type uranium deposits like those in the Athabascan basin, the clay illite can be a reasonable pathfinder mineral.

$5.5 billion private capital ready to invest in mining

"Investors are willing to back their positive sentiment towards natural resources with fresh capital commitments," says new study.

Visualizing the world's deepest oil well

Ever wondered just how far down companies drill for oil?

Caterpillar to shut down Iowa plant, costing 75 jobs

The world's No.1 heavy machinery maker will shut down a facility in northeastern Iowa, to consolidate the plant’s operations with a location in Wamego, Kansas.

Teenager finds 7.44 carat diamond at a park

The diamond is the 7th-largest found at Crater of Diamonds State Park since 1972.

Police, Ministry of Labour investigating salt mine death

One person is dead following an incident at Compass Minerals' salt mine located on North Harbour Road in Goderich, Ontario.

Workers at Freeport’s Cerro Verde copper mine to go on indefinite strike

Around 1,300 unionized miners plan to start an indefinite stoppage at Peru's largest copper mine beginning March 24.

Caterpillar hires former US Attorney General for help with probe

William P. Barr will help Caterpillar face a federal investigation related to profits earned by CSARL, its Swiss parts subsidiary.

Barrick mulls selling part of Peru mine, bringing partner — report

Rumours come a year after the gold miner vowed to spend $640 million to extend the life of Lagunas Norte, worth about $1.4 billion according to industry experts.

America’s infrastructure shortfall could be an investor’s best friend

Every four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) releases its report card on the condition of America’s infrastructure, and for the second time since 2013, our nation’s roads, bridges, waterways, airports and more scored a barely-passing D+.