The nation has successfully repatriated part of its gold holdings that had been frozen as part a number of sanctions imposed by the U.S. and other global powers over its nuclear program.
The company, however, says it has not yet received any direct communication from Mongolia on the matter.
Bear market is more than 1,000 days old and nearly 1,200 companies have dropped off the Toronto venture market.
The cuts at the Adelaide support office for the Olympic Dam operations come about six months after BHP scrapped about 90 permanent positions and 210 contractor jobs.
Until now Canadian companies needed to have at least 51% stake in any uranium project.
The probe focused on a 2010 deal through which the company gave a 9% of its South Deep mine to a group of black investors in order to meet government’s regulations aimed to boost black ownership.
Showing over 1,250 attempted transactions, this list includes both successful and failed attempts in order to visualize the ebb and flow of Chinese investments up until mid-2014.
PwC's John Gravelle on the mining industry's austerity drive, price realities and declining exploration spending.
The Gold Report, quizzed Chris and Dr. Michael Berry, authors of the Disruptive Discoveries Journal, on how investing has changed over the years in the gold, silver, niche metals and energy space, and what they are investing in today to make sure they survive to see the next cycle.
Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott US Holdings, recounts how a small mining event led to a career-changing investment.
This is the first time scientists have found bacterium that essentially breathes uranium and renders it immobile.
Operations ceased at Ranger in 2011 and the underground expansion project was the only hope of future mining at the site.
Uranium developer, Toro Energy Limited is pleased to announce the signing of a binding terms sheet with major company shareholder, The Sentient Group that will enable Toro to repay in full its current A$12 million debt facility provided by Macquarie Bank.
A third of money raised is destined for Canadian projects while Australia's share of global total drops to only 5%.
Over the last decade economic events or environmental issues came out as top risks to the world according to the annual WEF survey. Not this year.
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released EJSCREEN, an environmental justice screening and mapping tool that uses high resolution maps combined with demographic and environmental data to identify places with potentially elevated environmental burdens and vulnerable populations.
Chang foresees volatility as the 2020 uranium deficit draws closer and demand for the limited stockpile drives the price up.
The 12 Top Pick companies at the Metals Investor Forum all share an essential trait: momentum. Despite all that the markets have thrown at them, they continue to pragmatically advance their projects towards increased shareholder value.
Mining and logging was the big exception in Friday's payroll numbers with 18,000 jobs lost in May, the worst month since the global financial crisis.
They shed $156 billion in market value last year, or about 16% of their combined worth, according to PwC.
To the non-expert eye they may seem a set of mirages, but these turquoise-purple-pink visions are what ground-level potash ponds look like near Arches National Park.
Mining equities didn’t fare very well in Ernst & Young's most recent Canadian Mining Eye report.
The vast majority of nuclear reactors in the US have been steaming along for decades and are approaching their decommissioning date.
China needs supply for its 22 operating reactors and the other 24 currently are under construction.
The program comprises up to 130 planned shallow drill holes (10-15m deep) for up to 1,600 metres of sonic core drilling across four deposits, Lake Maitland, Centipede, Millipede and Nowthanna.
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