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URANIUM

Quebec to hold public hearings on province’s uranium industry

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Quebec will start holding public inquiries on the province’s uranium industry next week, in an effort to iron out the issues concerning the industry in the province, with the help of specialists and resource persons. Created by the Bureau...
29th August 2014
 
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

Mineral beneficiation, industrialisation key to development – Finance Minister

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Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene The key to the development of South Africa lay in mineral beneficiation and industrialisation in joint development with its regional neighbours, South Africa’s new Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene told the Centre for Education In Economics and...
29th August 2014
 
 
URANIUM

Paladin Energy narrows full-year loss despite lower prices

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Australian uranium producer Paladin Energy on Thursday reported a 20% narrower net loss of $338.4-million, or $0.34 a share, for the financial year ended June 30, as sliding uranium prices impacted revenues. The Perth, Australia-based company...
28th August 2014
 
 
URANIUM

Cameco to shutdown McArthur mine and Key Lake mill ahead of strike

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Canadian uranium producer Cameco on Wednesday announced that it would shut down operations at its McArthur mine and Key Lake mill in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca basin, after receiving a strike notice from the local United Steelworkers union. The...
27th August 2014
 
 
GOLD

Absolute change needed to mine Wits basin’s stranded 1.1bn gold ounces

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Shaun Newberry and Martin Creamer South Africa’s Witwatersrand basin contains another 1.3-billion ounces of gold, almost as much gold as has been mined there since 1886 – but miners can only get to another 200-million ounces of it using today’s mining methods. If the...
27th August 2014
 
 
CAPITAL RAISING

Anatolia raises A$6m for Temrezli

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Uranium hopeful Anatolia Energy was hoping to raise some A$6-million in a share placement to ensure that its Temrezli project, in Turkey, was fully funded until a decision to mine. The ASX-listed junior on Wednesday reported that it would issue...
27th August 2014
 
 
CAPITAL RAISING

Deep Yellow lines pockets for project development

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ASX-listed Deep Yellow on Monday reported that it would raise up to A$3-million in a share placement to sophisticated and institutional investors. The company would place some 179.4-million shares, at a price of 1.7c each, to raise the capital.
25th August 2014
 
 
MINING EQUITIES

Despite gaining less in 2013, EY's Canadian Mining Eye outpaces global indices

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Despite professional services firm EY’s quarterly ‘Canadian Mining Eye’ index having gained only 9% in the three months ended June 30, the index outperformed the S&P/TSX composite index, which gained only 6% during the second quarter, and...
12th August 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
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