By Melissa Shaw
The global molybdenum market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 3 percent from 2017 to 2021. Learn more here about the molybdenum outlook.
What’s the copper outlook for 2018? Analysts are cautiously optimistic about the red metal in 2018. Read on to learn what they had to say.
Northern Sphere Mining Corp. (CSE: NSM) (OTCQB: NSMCF) (“Northern Sphere” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide an update on its Geochemical Survey being conducted on its Black Diamond Property which borders the Porphyry Copper Mining District in Miami, Arizona.
Nevsun Resources Ltd. (TSX:NSU) (NYSE MKT:NSU) (“Nevsun” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce new assay results from ongoing drilling of the Lower Zone at the Timok copper-gold project (“Timok Project”) in Serbia.
As quoted in the press release:
Nevsun CEO, Peter Kukielski, commented, “The Lower Zone assays reported today are part of
A look back at the main copper trends of 2017, from supply and demand dynamics to price performance over each quarter of the year.
MGX Minerals Inc. (“MGX” or the “Company”) (CSE:XMG) (FKT:1MG) (OTC:MGXMF) is pleased to announce the Company has opened a field office in Santiago, Chile to evaluate new strategic business opportunities and potential project acquisitions.
German carmaker Volkswagen met with top cobalt producers last week in another failed effort to ensure long-term supply deals.
Iron-oxide-copper-gold deposits rank alongside porphyries as some of the world’s largest deposits and most consistent in grade.
Major miners look to copper porphyry deposits for large-tonnage, low-cost operations. We take a look at what makes for a copper porphyry takeover target.
By Melissa Shaw
Silver Range Resources (TSX-V:SNG) (“Silver Range”) has signed a binding Letter of Intent to option its Cabin Lake property in the Northwest Territories to Rover Metals (“Rover”) .
The Cabin Lake property is located 110 kilometres northwest of Yellowknife and 38 kilometres north of Behchoko in the Tlicho Traditional Territory, central Northwest
CEO Richard Adkerson said he was encouraged by progress in talks on a new permit for Grasberg.
The incident was reportedly led by a separatist group looking to disrupt operations at the world’s second-largest copper mine.