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Virginia uranium-mining ban upheld by US Supreme Court

By: Bloomberg     17th June 2019 The US Supreme Court upheld a Virginia law that bans mining at the nation’s largest known uranium deposit, rejecting a challenge pressed by the owners of the property with help from the Trump administration. Voting 6-3, the justices said Virginia’s uranium-mining ban is in accord with a 1954... 

Oil set for weekly drop as tanker attacks can't dispel trade woes

By: Bloomberg     14th June 2019 Oil headed for a weekly decline as the tanker attacks in the Middle East provided only a relatively small boost to prices that have been hammered by a deepening trade war and swelling US stockpiles. Futures in New York were steady after rising 2.2% Thursday. The White House blamed Iran for the... 

China Minmetals Rare Earth starts new mining project in Hunan

By: Reuters     11th June 2019 China Minmetals Rare Earth, one of the country's largest rare earth miners, has begun construction of a new mining project in the central province of Hunan, the company said on Tuesday. The project in Jianghua county is expected to begin production in February 2020, with estimated output of 1 800... 

Montana Supreme Court will consider limiting pollution cleanup suits

By: Bloomberg     11th June 2019 The US Supreme Court agreed to use a Montana case involving a BP unit to consider shielding companies from environmental cleanup lawsuits that go beyond what federal regulators have ordered. The justices will review a Montana Supreme Court decision that allowed a suit by property owners whose... 

China's grip on rare earths began with a decision 30 years ago

By: Bloomberg     11th June 2019 It was Beijing’s decision almost 30 years ago to make rare earths a strategic material and ban foreigners from mining them that helped pave the way for China to elbow aside the US as the world’s leading producer. In the intervening period, as China tightened control of domestic output of rare... 

Russia’s latest great game in Africa: energy

By: African News Agency      10th June 2019 Vladimir Putin has made no secret of his intention to return Russia to its previous glory as a world power by all means available to him, not least of which has been military aggression such as in Crimea. But on the African continent, where Russia has no colonial hangover like Europe or the... 

China rare earth prices soar on their potential role in trade war

By: Reuters     6th June 2019 Chinese rare earth prices are set to climb further beyond multi-year highs hit following a flurry of state media reports that Beijing could weaponise its supply-dominance of the prized minerals in its trade war with Washington. Rare earths, a group of 17 elements that appear in low... 

US uranium miners see boost from Commerce report

By: Reuters     6th June 2019 Two uranium mining companies said on Wednesday they are "confident" that US President Donald Trump will implement limits on uranium imports after the Commerce Department recommended urgent steps to boost domestic production of a list of 35 "critical minerals" that included the nuclear fuel. The... 

World Bank cuts global outlook as trade tumbles to decade low

By: Bloomberg     5th June 2019 The World Bank cut its 2019 global growth forecast, citing a slowdown in trade growth to the weakest since the financial crisis a decade ago and a drop in global investment. The bank forecast that the world economy will expand 2.6% this year, compared with a projection of 2.9% it made in January... 

US report urges steps to reduce reliance on foreign critical minerals

By: Reuters     5th June 2019 The US Commerce Department on Tuesday recommended urgent steps to boost domestic production of rare earths and other critical minerals, warning that a halt in Chinese or Russian exports could cause "significant shocks" in global supply chains. The report includes 61 specific recommendations -... 

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