Doak, the chairman of Toronto-based uranium exploration and development company Khan Resources, was found dead Thursday morning in his hotel room.
"If this is what passes for investigative journalism in the United States, it is very sad."
The sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States.
The headline in Pravda trumpeted President Vladimir V. Putin’s latest coup, its nationalistic fervor recalling an era when its precursor served as the official mouthpiece of the Kremlin: “Russian Nuclear Energy Conquers the World.”
For now, all of Japan’s 48 commercial reactors remain offline following 2011's Fukushima disaster.
Rupert Merer analyzes that growing energy sector for National Bank Financial and tells The Mining Report why betting on the future of renewables is a prudent strategy for profit growth.
Director of $1bn fund discusses Denham's unique approach, the vibrant parts of the M&A market and what juniors should do to attract capital.
In this interview with The Energy Report, Tonkin tells us how the uranium investment space works—and which junior explorers in Australia, Africa and North America look attractive as the price of yellowcake continues to stabilize.
As part of the agreement, Cameco will supply 7.1 million pounds (3.22 million kilos) of uranium concentrate to India over the next five years.
Landmark decision could complicate Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's push to return to atomic energy.
One of Australia’s leading uranium development proponents says the country’s natural advantage in delivering clean energy to meet growing global demand, is being eroded by the current policy differences between the states towards uranium exploration and mining.
Canada’s biggest uranium producer is in advanced talks with India on a deal to supply the country of 1.2 billion with fuel for nuclear power plants as Ottawa prepares to welcome Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Quebec's $1 billion Capital Mines Hydrocarbures fund is close to buying equity stakes in mining projects outside iron ore worth as much as $200m a shot.
The province now expects to attract Cdn$50 billion in investment, down from its 2011 forecast of Cdn$80 billion.
Mining transactions almost doubled last year and the trend is likely to stretch over 2015, as lower commodity prices are making some unprofitable.
According to the agreement, TRER will supply up to 300,000 pounds of natural uranium concentrates (U308) per year based upon a pricing formula indexed to U308 spot prices at the times of delivery.
Despite the overall pessimism, mining CEOs remain just as confident on their own company’s growth as they were in previous years.
The country’s uranium deposits have doubled in the last 15 years to more than 350 across the nation.
The main point of contention is the fact that mining companies believe that once they reached a 26% black ownership, they effectively complied, no matter where the percentage is at now.
Jeb has come on Palisade Radio since its inception days, and has been a continuous firm believer in a strong precious metals rebound.
Looking for an exit or a lifeline? Look further says $8 billion fund manager.
The country's Chamber of Mines says the new code would send the mining industry back by at least 10 years.
Until Mick Davis pulls the trigger on X2's $5.6 billion, wishful thinking and unhealthy skepticism will pervade talk around private equity and mining.
The broad bottom is in – and well settled in, seemingly, with at least another summer of sideways markets ahead. But time isn't a bad thing.
Following a $75m national mineral survey, Uganda has proposed a wide range of tax breaks ahead of a planned mining and exploration licensing round.
2015 is well underway and starting to look at lot like 2014. Commodity markets remain weak with uranium, copper, gold and oil prices still near their lows.
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