A Turkish billionaire has shaken up the US$11 billion global soda ash (soda carbonate NA2CO3) market by producing low-cost soda from deposits in his native country, opening up a source of cheap imports for customers in Europe where his rivals have been driven out of business, Mining Journal can reveal. Full story...
In keeping tune with its company name, the last managing director of Mutiny Gold was forcibly removed earlier this year by a fellow director and shareholders. But while the vanquished John Greeve may have had to be metaphorically dragged out of the company kicking and screaming, the good news is the shares held by him and his fellow shareholders may again be in demand given development plans and corporate action. Full story...
The low hanging fruit is gone. The majors have chopped billions of dollars from cost bases and have appeased shareholders with either the payment, or promise, of capital returns. To keep dividends coming, though, they have to confront the industry’s great bugbear, productivity. Full story...
Assuming the zinc price does what just about every expert predicts, Ironbark Zinc continues to appeal as a junior equity with huge upside. But there’s rarely certainty in the resources caper and, never mind the commodity price, there’s still a key process underway before Ironbark gets to start mining its massive Citronen zinc project in Greenland. Full story...
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The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to oversee its operations from its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario
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