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VANADIUM

American Vanadium announces first CellCube installation in New York

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US vanadium project developer and renewable energy technology purveyor American Vanadium on Wednesday unveiled plans to demonstrate the CellCube vanadium redox flow energy storage system in partnership with the New York State Research and...
23rd April 2014
 
 
PLATINUM

Platinum strike highlighting huge potential opportunity loss for economy

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The prolonged strike of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union in the platinum belt is highlighting the colossal potential opportunity loss to the South African economy should the country lose out on its platinum patrimony, which...
23rd April 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Cline Mining settles with BC govt over expropriated coal properties

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Bankrupt coal junior Cline Mining this week reached a settlement with the government of British Columbia over a 2012 civil claim alleging the government expropriated three coal properties in the south-eastern parts of the province worth more than...
22nd April 2014
 
 
QUEBEC URANIUM SECTOR

First Nation complains no English versions of QC uranium report published

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The Grand Council of the Crees on Monday called upon the newly elected Quebec premier Philippe Couillard and his Quebec Liberal government to ensure that English versions were prepared for all documents relating to the public hearings of the...
21st April 2014
 
 
MARINE MINING

The robot is ready – so when will deep sea mining start?

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The world's first deep sea mining robot sits idle on a British factory floor, waiting to claw up high-grade copper and gold from the seabed off Papua New Guinea (PNG) - when a wrangle over terms is solved. Beyond PNG, in international waters,...
21st April 2014
 
 
ACID MINE DRAINAGE

Govt lauded for AMD paradigm shift, but compexity not fully grasped

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While government is stating that acid mine drainage (AMD) in South Africa is not an insurmountable problem and that the country will certainly win the struggle, industry experts and activists are concerned that the true extent of the challenge has...
18th April 2014
 
 
GRAPHITE

Chinese flake graphite consolidation could alter global supply structure

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China has revealed plans to consolidate operations in the world’s most prolific flake graphite-producing region – the Heilongjiang province, where most of the world’s battery raw material comes from – that could significantly alter the...
17th April 2014
 
 
POTASH

IC Potash gets green light for New Mexico SOP project

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Potash project developer IC Potash (ICP) has received notice that the US Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) had published a record of decision (ROD) approving its plans to build and operate its sulphate of potash (SOP)...
15th April 2014
 
 
 
 
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