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Uranium Mining in the US

Uranium Mining in the US

Uranium mining in the US peaked in the 1980s, but production and exploration are still taking place in a number of areas. Here’s a look at the companies currently operating in the country.

SiLeach™ Large-Scale Pilot Plant study exceeds design criteria

SiLeach™ Large-Scale Pilot Plant study exceeds design criteria

HIGHLIGHTS

Initial design outcomes for the US$42m large-scale lithium processing pilot plant (“LSPP”) using Lithium Australia’s SiLeach™ technology, exceed all expectations
Study outcome betters operating cost target – and without any by-product credits
The LSPP can be cash positive with additional cost reduction upside from further optimisation and scale-up to

Vanadium Reserves by Country

Vanadium Reserves by Country

Which countries have the largest vanadium reserves? Interestingly, the three countries with the greatest reserves are also the largest vanadium-producing countries.

Resource Market Weekly Recap – Feb 26, 2010

By Melissa Pistilli-Exclusive to Resource Investing News

Copper Investing News

Copper futures fell early in the week as US consumer confidence lagged and a stronger dollar over a weak euro pushed prices down.

Despite this short-term downturn, longer term projections for copper are positive as world copper stockpiles are expected to fall with

Resource Market Weekly Recap – Feb 18, 2010

By Melissa Pistilli-Exclusive to Resource Investing News

Copper Investing News

Copper rose to its highest level in over two weeks Tuesday on a softer dollar and cancelled warrants. Despite depressed demand out of China, analysts believe demand from the rest of the world, including the US and Japan, will more than compensate.

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