Last week, Lithium Investing News took a look at innovative technologies related to hard-rock and clay lithium projects. This week, we're shifting over to the brine side of things.
According to at least one analyst, big things could be afoot. AltaCorp Capital's John Chu has said that the acquisition is good news for struggling junior potash companies.
Rio Tinto subsidiary Kennecott Exploration Company announced it will be providing the exploration and development company with a US$4-million unsecured loan.
Last week, North American Palladium finalized the results of a PEA for a mine extension plan for its Lac des Iles project in Ontario.
There's been plenty of innovation in the lithium space as of late. To get a bit more insight, Lithium Investing News spoke with CEOs and other representatives of a number of lithium juniors about what they're working on in terms of lithium extraction and processing technologies.
The company continues to deliver on the promises it makes. Late Thursday it received an environmental assessment certificate for its Brucejack gold project from the BC government.
Santacruz Silver Mining is back in business after officially announcing that it's received approval from Mexican environmental regulatory authorities PROFEPA and SEMARNAT to resume operations at its Rosario mine.
Morgan Stanley put out its Global Metals Playbook this week, and things aren't looking great for many of the commodities mentioned in the report. Unfortunately, thermal and metallurgical coal were not spared from that outlook.
Industry giants' battle over the iron ore supply-demand balance continued this week. The most recent development came when Rio Tinto CEO Sam Walsh described the idea of boosting prices via a production cap "hare brained."
Total measured and indicated mineral resource tonnages now sit at 6.5 million tonnes at a combined grade of about 20 percent lead and zinc with 150 g/t silver.