Most of the world’s lithium is currently produced in Australia, Chile and Argentina, but more recently, there’s been a lot of excitement over lithium in Nevada as well. Here’s a closer look at Nevada’s Clayton Valley and some of the lithium companies operating there.
Haywood Securities has released its Junior Exploration Report for the second quarter of 2016, including its revised watch list of junior miners. Here’s a look at who made the list this quarter.
By Vivien Diniz
Callinex CEO Max Porterfield discusses the significance of the company’s recent VMS discovery and the Flin Flon greenstone belt.
Haywood Securities has released its Junior Exploration Report for the first quarter of 2016, including its revised watch list of junior miners.
What is the Dodd-Frank Act and what does it mean for tantalum? The Investing News Network takes a look at how the act came to be and whether it is actually working.
Wood Mackenzie analysts Andy Roberts and Jim Truman give an in-depth look at the coal outlook for 2016.
Highlights include a look at Tesla’s lithium strategy from Joe Lowry, Goldman Sachs’ view of the gold price and the potential impacts of Argentina’s election for the mining sector.
Approximately 50-60 percent of the world’s copper, and 95 percent of molybdenum, comes from porphyry deposits. Here’s a look at the different types of porphyry copper deposits and where they’re found.
Haywood Securities has released its Junior Exploration Report for the fourth quarter of 2015, including its revised watch list of junior miners.
The commodities crash has not hit all juniors equally, and at least one Australian stock has seen a strong share price increase in 2015.
At this year’s Sprott-Stansberry Vancouver Natural Resource Symposium, INN caught up with a number of industry executives and thought leaders. Here’s a look at the video interviews conducted at the conference.
Haywood Securities released its Junior Exploration Report for Q3 2015, including its revised watch list of companies in the resource sector.
South Africa’s Mintek has opened a pilot rare earth solvent extraction plant in the country, according to Mining Weekly. According to Alan McKenzie, General Manager for the company’s technology division, the plant cost roughly R10-million to build.