Orefinders Resources (TSXV:ORX), a small-cap gold junior focused on the Kirkland Lake and Red Lake gold district of Ontario, achieved a significant milestone this week in identifying an inferred resource at its recently acquired Mirado gold project.
Colombia, once the domain of guerillas and drug traffickers, has opened up to investment and is now poised to add reserves through an aggressive exploration program, having recently surpassed 1 million barrels a day.
Oil prices are down 2 percent as an oversupplied market, urged on by oil being injected into TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline.
Johnson Matthey, Barclays and Norilsk Nickel believe the depletion of Russia's palladium stockpile is imminent, a claim that has been made in earlier years. Is the end really upon us this time?
On Monday, December 9th, Rare Earth Investing News published an article on Rare Earth Elements in Eastern Canada. The section on Medallion Resources (TSXV:MDL) contained factual errors that we wish to correct.
Canadian companies are finding significant rare earth element mineralization in the country and are employing new processing technologies in the field.
Can the "wonder material" of the 21st century be derived from coal? According to scientists at Rice University, the answer is yes.
From acquisitions to offtake agreements and government approvals, tungsten exploration and development companies have been plowing ahead with their plans.
Silver slipped below $19 to hit $18.93 earlier this week, but some analysts believe that the Friday release of official US November employment data will help the metal turn itself around.
Copper prices have recovered slightly from early-week lows. However, the red metal has once again fallen victim to concerns over federal stimulus plans, sliding back from a nine-day high to $7,080.25 per tonne on the London Metal Exchange.