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Cameco abandons 2018 output target amid weak market demand

Canadian uranium producer Cameco late on Friday reported its full-year 2013 and fourth-quarter ended December 31 results, posting a strong performance in weak markets. The Saskatoon, Saskatchewan-based company revealed that it had abandoned its...
10th February 2014

De Wittekrans project could boost miner to midtier level Video Available

Continental Coal CEO Don Turvey ASX- and Aim-listed coal mining company Continental Coal’s De Wittekrans coal mine could potentially make it a genuine midtier mining company, stated Continental Coal CEO Don Turvey, at the Sasfin Investor’s Auditorium plenary session at the...
13th December 2013
Ferrous Metals

West Africa must overcome major challenges to become the new Pilbara Video Available

West Africa has the potential to emerge as a serious competitor to the mineral-rich Pilbara region north of Western Australia but has to overcome several significant infrastructural and logistical challenges to achieve this. This was the general...
6th December 2013
Company Announcement

Largest Known Rare Earth Mineral Deposit Discovered PDF Available

SRE Minerals Limited announces the results of exploration and studies in collaboration with the Korea Natural Resources Trading Corporation of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea SRE Minerals Limited (“SRE” or “the company”)...
4th December 2013

Daehwa molybdenum/tungsten project scoping study, South Korea Restricted

Desert Mines and Metals plans to conduct a scoping study to investigate the early development of the Daehwa mine.
29th November 2013

U3O8 Corp makes a new uranium/vanadium discovery in Argentina

Canadian uranium explorer U3O8 Corp this week announced that it had discovered an entirely new mineralised area - with the highest uranium/vanadium grades found to date - in the Laguna Salada district, in Chubut province, Argentina. The...
15th November 2013
Mining Services

Hydraulic hose tracking system developed at SA mines

The Eaton Trax web-based hydraulic hose tracking system is scheduled for launch in the second quarter of 2014, with the piloting of the system to be concluded in the first quarter of 2014 at one of mining major Anglo American’s mines, in South...
15th November 2013

More testing, cash needed to prepare South Korean tungsten project

The Sangdong tungsten project, which TSX-V-listed Woulfe Mining is developing in South Korea, will require considerable additional test work to bring it to proper commercial and financial preparedness. The company, which announced the appointment...
30th October 2013

Cameco lifts Q3 profit on higher output, prices

Canadian uranium producer Cameco has reported a sharp increase in profit during the third quarter ended September 30, as it pushed up output and benefited from higher-than-spot contract prices. The TSX- and NYSE-listed company reported net...
30th October 2013

Desert Mines launches scoping study at S Korea project

Junior Desert Mines and Metals has launched a scoping study on its Daehwa molybdenum-tungsten project, in South Korea. The study would consider trial mining and bulk sampling options, as well as the optimal strategy for reaccessing historic...
14th October 2013
Company Announcement

Tenova Pyromet commissions furnaces for Visa Bao greenfield project PDF Available

Tenova Pyromet, part of the globally-present Tenova Mining & Minerals, has successfully commissioned 4 x 16.5 MVA ferrochrome (FeCr) furnaces for Visa Bao Limited’s new plant near Jajpur in Orissa, India. Tenova Pyromet supplied its patented...
26th September 2013

Japan, South Korea regulatory uncertainty puts Asian LNG demand in question

Future Asian demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been called into question, with analyst Wood Mackenzie (WoodMac) saying that policy and regulatory uncertainty in Japan and South Korea could result in less new LNG supply being developed....
10th September 2013
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