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US mine output value down US$1.5B

US mine output value down US$1.5B

COVID-19 impacts somewhat reduced the USA's reliance on critical metals imports from China 

Energy Minerals News

02 FEBRUARY 2021
Another earthquake rocks Westwood

Another earthquake rocks Westwood

USGS records 3.6-quake on the Richter scale near Amos, Quebec

Gold and Silver News

02 NOVEMBER 2020
Awareness alone won't boost US critical minerals production

Awareness alone won't boost US critical minerals production

Critical minerals on US agenda but explorers still need finance

Politics

01 NOVEMBER 2019
Nevada bill to reserve water

Nevada bill to reserve water

Conservation to ensure future availability

Sustainability

07 JUNE 2019
Alaska mining poised to soar

Alaska mining poised to soar

Trilogy typifies jurisdiction as "game on"

Discovery

23 AUGUST 2018

Overcapacity hits price for six

Despite all the hype about vanadium, prices are languishing at their lowest level in 10 years.

Leadership

30 MARCH 2015

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“The best argument against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter.”� – Winston...

Europe/Middle East

17 JULY 2014

Ranking the world

The world's largest mining companies outpaced the growth of global equity markets by almost two-to-one...

Europe/Middle East

26 JUNE 2014

Graphite: Graphite ahoy!

The graphite market has been on its knees for the last couple of years, but now there is an air of excitement...

Asia

16 APRIL 2014

Lithium: Rise of a lithium superpower

A series of recent strategic deals to develop lithium projects could see a strong reliance on China for...

Asia

19 APRIL 2013

Graphite: Keeping up with demand

From lubricants and pencils to batteries and photovoltaic cells, the demand for graphite continues to...

Africa

19 APRIL 2013

Tungsten: hard to beat

THE unsung hero of the metals world, tungsten is looking to update its image. This key hard metal, a...

Australia

28 OCTOBER 2011