Scott Tibballs

Scott has a Master's Degree in journalism from the University of Melbourne and reports on the resources industry for INN.

Scott began his career in journalism in a regional newsroom before moving to community reporting and eventually INN after coming to Vancouver. With a background in history and politics, he's interested in international politics and development and how the resources industry plays a role in the future.


What You Should Know About Melbourne and IMARC

In the lead up to the sixth annual International Mining and Resources Conference, INN speaks with Gavan Collery of the...

October 18th, 2019

Remi Piet: Despite Corruption, the System is Working in Peru

Piet said that President Vizcarra's dissolution of Congress is an attempt to rehabilitate Peruvians' faith in their government.

October 17th, 2019

Remi Piet: Changes in Ecuador Good in the Long Run

Ecuador has recently been rocked by protests against government austerity policies as the country moves towards the IMF and western...

October 16th, 2019

Alamos Pauses Kirazli Gold-Silver Project as Government Delays Concessions

Alamos Gold has suspended work on its Kirazli project, which is nearing completion in Northwestern Turkey.

October 16th, 2019

Ecuador Blinks: Government Reverses Fuel Subsidy Cut

Ecuador has reversed a decision to cut fuel subsidies that triggered violent protests across the prolific mining jurisdiction.

October 15th, 2019

Canadian Federal Election: Party Policy on Resources

INN has done your initial homework on the Canadian political parties and their platforms on energy and resources.

October 14th, 2019

5 Top Weekly TSX Stocks: Lundin Files Report on Chapada

The top gainers on the TSX last week were Akita Drilling, Serabi Gold, Noranda Income Fund, Lundin Mining and Mountain...

October 13th, 2019