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China’s rare earth toxic time bomb to spur $12bn of mines

4 Jun 2014 /    
China is studying the introduction of new taxes and regulations for rare earths in the June half that are forecast to drive prices higher.

Yamana Gold’s Marrone Canada’s highest paid mining CEO

3 Jun 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
13 Canadian mining CEOs ranked among Canada’s highest paid CEOs of the 100 largest public companies in a Globe and Mail survey published Sunday.

Scotiabank positive on nickel – coal and uranium at rock bottom

29 May 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
As world nickel supplies plunge 20% this year, Pat Mohr forecasts an average nickel price of US$8.30 this year, US$10.75 in 2015, and US$12.50 in 2016.

Australian mining output grows but still needs support – Minister

28 May 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
Australia’s resources sector is moving into a new phase of “sustained output and production, following the peak of the current resources investment cycle”, says the Minister for Industry.

Australian mining output grows but still needs support – Minister

28 May 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
Australia’s resources sector is moving into a new phase of “sustained output and production, following the peak of the current resources investment cycle”, says the Minister for Industry.

Paladin shutters Kayelekera uranium mine

27 May 2014 /  Cole Latimer  
The Kayelekera uranium mine is set to go offline in Malawi. Gone, 3.3 million pounds or ~2% of uranium mine supply.

Areva delays Niger mine until uranium prices improve

26 May 2014 /  Abdoulaye Massalaki (Reuters)  
The start of production at its giant new Imouraren mine will be delayed until uranium prices improve.

Florida jury acquits man accused of brokering uranium sale

21 May 2014 /  Reuters  
The Sierra Leonean man arrested at a New York airport last year and accused of trying to broker a deal to sell uranium ore to Iran.

‘Big Data’ will drive sustainable mining productivity – Deloitte

20 May 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
The automation of operational data collection and delivery will enable mining operators to make informed, real- time decisions concerning daily mining operations, as well as improve safety.

Cameco puts Millennium uranium mine project on hold

19 May 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
Poor economic conditions in world uranium markets have prompted Cameco to put its Millennium project in northern Saskatchewan on hold.

Cameco puts Millennium uranium mine project on hold

19 May 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
Poor economic conditions in world uranium markets have prompted Cameco to put its Millennium project in northern Saskatchewan on hold.

Only 17% of U.S. uranium purchases from domestic sources – EIA

14 May 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
The 2013 weighted-average price for U308 of $51.99/lb decreased 5% from 2012 weighted- average price of $54.99/lb, and new contracts signed are at much lower prices.

Mining companies may just have one more year of tough going – Kaiser

14 May 2014 /  JT Long  
John Kaiser says many underpriced gold, silver and zinc juniors have staying power, and explains why scandium is a metal that could save the world. Mining Report interview.

Mining companies may just have one more year of tough going – Kaiser

14 May 2014 /  JT Long  
John Kaiser says many underpriced gold, silver and zinc juniors have staying power, and explains why scandium is a metal that could save the world. Mining Report interview.

South Sudan to offer gold exploration permits

12 May 2014 /    
The country plans to issue gold exploration licenses within three months as it seeks to reduce its dependency on oil revenue.
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