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US miner receives $500 000 investment

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SHINE ON BMIX is selling a portion of its production as polished diamonds, at much higher margins than rough diamonds California-based mining company Brazil Minerals (BMIX) announced in May that it received $500 000 when it sold Gemological Institute of America- (GIA-) graded diamonds, common stock and two-year options to four investors. The GIA-graded diamonds...
25th July 2014
 
 
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Mining project studies on the increase – DRA Video Available

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The awarding of studies for potential mining projects is on the increase, says DRA CEO Paul Thomson, who spoke to Mining Weekly Online on the eve of his company’s thirtieth anniversary celebrations. The head of the 3 000-employee project house,...
24th July 2014
 
 
URANIUM

Paladin refinances Namibia mine as it wraps up minority sale

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Uranium miner Paladin Energy has finalised the sale of a minority interest in its Langer Heinrich operation, in Namibia, and is now using the money to refinance the project’s finance facility. Paladin has sold a 25% stake in the uranium project...
24th July 2014
 
 
URANIUM

Uranium Resources halts drilling at Tanzania play

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Aim-listed exploration and development company Uranium Resources on Monday announced that it would delay further drilling at its flagship Mtonya uranium project, in Tanzania, until uranium market fundamentals improved and the true potential of the...
21st July 2014
 
 
URANIUM

Freezing problems at Cameco’s Cigar Lake further delay output

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Canadian uranium producer Cameco on Wednesday said that production from its Cigar Lake uranium mine, in northern Saskatchewan, would be further delayed owing to the orebody not being frozen enough in certain places. The TSX- and NYSE-listed miner...
16th July 2014
 
 
URANIUM

Post-Fukushima nuclear recovery slower – analyst

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While the long-term fundamentals for uranium remained sound, advisory firm Argonaut has warned that the post-Fukushima recovery could be slower than previously anticipated. Argonaut metals and mining research analyst Matthew Keane said on...
16th July 2014
 
 
URANIUM

WA in box seat to ride rising market for uranium – Minister

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Western Australian Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion on Wednesday called on the uranium industry to build on the state’s resources technology in order to benefit from the expected increase in demand for yellowcake. Speaking at the...
16th July 2014
 
 
URANIUM

Aura scoping proves positive at Mauritania uranium project

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A scoping study into ASX-listed Aura Energy’s Reguibat uranium project, in Mauritania, has delivered positive results. Aura told shareholders on Wednesday that the scoping study confirmed that Reguibat could be a robust project with shallow...
16th July 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
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