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After 3 decades, U3O8 production finally begins at Cigar Lake

14 Mar 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
One of the most technically challenging mining projects in the world, Cigar Lake is finally operational and ore is being transported to AREVA’s McClean Lake mill.

Jr. Daily: No Gramalote feasibility for now, Kirkland at breakeven & more

13 Mar 2014 /  Kip Keen  
We highlight the day’s key junior developments.

Muted PDAC might not have been a bad thing

11 Mar 2014 /  JT Long  
More than 25,000 investors and mining types walked into PDAC. The result was…realistic. An interview with The Gold Report.

Jr. Daily: Debt-laden Frontier Mining’ asset sale, Novacopper ditches financing & more

10 Mar 2014 /  Kip Keen  
We highlight the day’s key junior developments.

Safe for now from the PDAC Curse

7 Mar 2014 /  Kip Keen  
Looking closer at volume and junior shareprices it appears PDAC did not drive equities one way or the other.

Jr. Daily: AuRico seeks $300m debt, Endeavour’s Agbaou sings & more

7 Mar 2014 /  Kip Keen  
We highlight the latest junior developments, updated daily. Today, AuRico seeks to turn refinance weith $300m offering and Fission outlines more offscale uranium hits.

Gold industry must rebuild credibility and refine focus – Tumazos

7 Mar 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
Mining analyst John Tumazos urges the CEOs of major gold companies “to renounce construction of complex large mines, whether in this hemisphere or remote locations.”

All uranium roads lead to the Athabasca Basin – Zimtu Capital

7 Mar 2014 /  Tom Armistead  
Derek Hamill, Zimtu Capital Corp.’s new head of research, discusses where the investment dollars are moving in the Athabasca Basin, and what areas are worth watching going forward. Interview with The Energy Report.

Ukraine standoff dangerous for fragile global economy – positive for gold

6 Mar 2014 /    
The potential political and economic fallout between Russia and the West over Ukraine and Crimea could have a major destabilising effect on the global economy and give a further boost to the gold price.

Timing the business cycle crucial for exploration success

4 Mar 2014 /    
According to Richard Schodde, MD at Minex Consulting, timing the cycle is a key part of successfully getting a project from development to production.

Namibia seeks stake in Navachab gold mine

3 Mar 2014 /  Felix Njini (Bloomberg)  
State-owned mining company, Epangelo Mining, is in talks with QKR to buy a stake in the Navachab mine it recently agreed to buy from AngloGold.

Looking for the Curse on the cusp of PDAC

28 Feb 2014 /  Kip Keen  
We take a closer look at junior volumes for evidence of the so called PDAC curse.

Mining’s water management challenges can benefit communities – MWH

28 Feb 2014 /  Dorothy Kosich  
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

27 Feb 2014 /  Brian Sylvester  
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

26 Feb 2014 /  Kip Keen  
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.

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