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Mining’s water management challenges can benefit communities – MWH

Mining may be the water user most able to use poorer quality water in its processes, which could be a bargaining tool to secure mining project permits.

Opportunities in mid-tier gold miners too good to pass up – Fowler

Michael Fowler doesn’t typically focus on mid-tier gold companies but the opportunities are just too good to pass. A Gold Report interview.

Snapshot of surging uranium equities on Japan nuclear policy

We take a look at the performance of a basket of uranium producers and juniors following growing signs of Japan’s commitment to nuclear restarts.

Snapshot of surging uranium equities on Japan nuclear policy

We take a look at the performance of a basket of uranium producers and juniors following growing signs of Japan’s commitment to nuclear restarts.

Jr. Daily: Blumont bails, Turkey gold-silver discovery & more

Top junior developments, updated daily: today we take a look at high-grade gold-silver discovery in Turkey, Liberty’s latest junior investment & more.

Japanese energy plan bodes well for uranium

According to David Talbot, the announcement that nuclear remains an important part of Japan’s energy plans is helping to lift sentiment in the sector.

Look to uranium, PGMs and gems for 2014 gains – Renken

VSA Capital’s Paul Renken calls 2014 a soft year for gold and silver prices, but foresees stronger prices for nickel, copper and tech metals as the year progresses. Interview with The Mining Report.

Explorationists must get community consultation right from beginning – Jeschke

“We’ve learned the hard way that it is essential to get community engagement right from the beginning,” says Kennecott Exploration’s Matt Jeschke.

Uranium is ready to roar back

For uranium prices to appreciate in the foreseeable future, one must look not only at the reactors under construction worldwide, but the ones coming online soon.

Uranium is ready to roar back

For uranium prices to appreciate in the foreseeable future, one must look not only at the reactors under construction worldwide, but the ones coming online soon.

France to set up public mining company

The move contrasts with efforts across Europe to privatise state-owned assets as countries look to bolster coffers hurt by the global financial crisis.

China charges former mining magnate with murder, gun-running

Prosecutors in central China charged the former chairman of Hanlong Mining with murder, gun-running and other crimes as part of a ‘mafia-style’ gang.

Goldman puts ‘for sale’ sign on Iran’s old uranium supplier

Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank are quietly trying to get out of the uranium trading business and have both put their desks up for sale.

Johannesburg’s gold legacy leaves behind a toxic inheritance

Johannesburg’s legacy of gold mining has left behind a toxic inheritance: radioactivity from uranium hauled up in the mining process.

Surplus global uranium supply prompts Cameco to drop 2018 target

Cameco reported record quarterly and annual uranium production in 2013, producing record annual revenue, says CEO Tim Gitzel.

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