Rob Hopkins of Crocodile Gold explained how the transaction is a "win-win scenario" for both Crocodile and buyer Phoenix Copper.
DuSolo Fertilizer is one permit away from phosphate production in Brazil.
Canada's Cypress Development is taking advantage of zinc's price rally by advancing its Gunman zinc-silver project in Nevada. Already this summer it's completed a Phase 1 drill program and moved on to Phase 2.
Australia's Macquarie is saying that if India cancels the 218 coal licenses that were ruled illegal on Monday, the country's annual coal imports could increase by $3 billion.
Just weeks following the release of its Q2 results, Fortuna Silver is back again, this time with an updated mineral resource estimate for its Mexico-based San Jose mine.
Cameco's inability to reach a deal with its unionized employees will result in a strike at its McArthur River and Key Lake operations.
Cobalt companies have been fairly quiet this past month, but Belgium's Umicore managed to shake up the space a little this week. Meanwhile, prices for the metal continue to rise.
Pretium recently invited analysts to visit its Brucejack gold deposit in British Columbia. They came away impressed with what they saw.
Today's industry comment from analyst David Sadowski of Raymond James indicates good news for the uranium sector. Activity surged on the uranium spot market last week, with both spot and long-term prices holding steady overall.
Ethan Park of Extract Capital could teach a college graduate-level course on the differences between phosphate and potash. Park's basic advice to The Energy Report: Don't miss out on making money with these essential commodities just because they smell like, well, fertilizer.