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An Alberta company has pioneered a new process that has major implications to making hydraulic fracking, safer, less environmentally intrusive, and more efficient.
In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Senior Analyst Jocelyn August discusses looming events in a select group of natural resource stocks that are expected to move as information flows out.
GIW Industries, the leader in the design, manufacture and application of heavy-duty, centrifugal slurry pumps, announced that global talc producer Mondo Minerals has installed GIW's High Volume Froth (HVF) pump at its talc processing plant in Outokumpu, Finland. During the pump's first month of operations, the plant was able to stabilize the flotation process and eliminate a safety hazard.
Gold Anomaly Limited (ASX:GOA) report that the results from NEV027 (except base metal results from 500m - 840m) has now been received and analysed, with the highlight being the pervasive nature of gold mineralisation through the overlying Nevera volcanics and intrusions and down through the entire Chim Formation to its boundary with the deep porphyry at 1046m depth, after which the gold values drop off.
The Australian Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation will host a series of coal seminars on managing fume events during blasting, PSnews reports.
Minister for Mines, Stirling Hinchliffe said the seminars would be held in the regional coal mining centres of Moranbah, Blackwater and Toowoomba through this month and next. He said the series kicked off this week and represented the next step towards improving worker safety during blasting operations. “The seminars will outline new blasting guidelines developed by the Government in partnership with industry and the trade union movement to better manage fume events,” Mr Hinchliffe said.
The dash from $1425/oz to $1563/oz came to a halt today on news that is perceived to be good for the USD. The technical indicators are firmly in the overbought zone so a breather was on the cards. Note that the RSI had peaked well above the ‘70′ level and has now come back slightly, to sit at 73.50, still oversold, so this correction may continue for a few more days.
Industrial consumables and engineering firm Bearing Man Group (BMG) reports that equipment manufacturer Oscillating Systems Technology’s (OST’s) range of materials handling, screen […]
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