MondayDec 28, 2020 11:14 am

GoldHaven Resources Corp. (CSE: GOH) (OTCQB: GHVNF) Looks to Thrive as Specialist Forecasts Bright Future for Junior Mining

Mining industry specialist expects next year to be busy for junior miners after temporary halt due to pandemic Junior miners likely to start 2021 with better financing prospects; exploration expected to resume GOH well placed to capitalize on expected junior boom As the metal exploration boom elevates the junior mining industry's outlook, Canada-based GoldHaven Resources (CSE: GOH) (OTCQB: GHVNF) seems well positioned to leverage the favorable environment that industry experts forecast for 2021 ( In a panel discussion hosted by Mines and Money, the leading international event series for capital-raising and mining investment, Jessie Chen of Long State Investment asserted…

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WednesdayDec 23, 2020 10:45 am

Industry Experts Advise Mining Firms to Transform, Innovate — or Be Left Behind recently had an event that centered on a discussion around mining processes and technology and the future of mining. The session included BHP’s head of innovation Cleve Lightfoot, senior VP of Oilfield & Mining solutions Damien Caby; Ippei Akiyoshi of the CVC Mineral Resources Group; and Sam G Bose, CEO and founder of The themes discussed during the forum focused on why the mining industry requires change, what the industry would look like in the future and how the industry could adopt innovation. At the center of this discussion was the view that mining processes and technology were…

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TuesdayDec 22, 2020 12:30 pm

Fieldfisher Releases Financing Report for the Mining Sector

Fieldfisher, a European company with market-leading practices in many sectors globally, recently released its third-edition mining guide for alternative financing. The report looks into the finance landscape in mining, based on the experience of the metals and mining team working with lenders and borrowers in times that are changing rapidly for early-stage and junior-exploration mining firms. The last report published by the firm was released in 2018. Since then, the company’s metals and mining team has counselled on metals and mining sector deals worth more than $2 billion. These include green-financings and complex-production-based financing deals, which are in compliance with…

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MondayDec 21, 2020 12:45 pm

Natural Resource Industry to Benefit from Hydrogen Energy Initiative

An alliance between seven world-leading firms has recently been announced that will speed up the production and scale of green hydrogen by 50 times in the next six years. This will aid in the transformation of the most carbon-intensive industries in the world, which include the shipping, steelmaking, power generation, mining and chemicals industries. The initiative, christened the Green Hydrogen Catapult, will see leaders in the green hydrogen industry such as Yara, Envision, Ørsted, ACWA Power, Snam, CWP Renewables and Iberdrola focus on the distribution of 25 GW of renewables-based hydrogen production to the year 2026. Their aim is to…

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FridayDec 18, 2020 12:15 pm

Expected Shortage of Lithium in Mining Industry Prompts New Exploration

A Forbes article recently reported that, while the price of lithium has been decreasing drastically since 2018 as more and more individuals purchase electric vehicles, lithium stocks may regain some momentum and win big. This is mainly because not many projects are currently making lithium, which the world is in need of. The World Bank notes that when compared to the current demand for lithium, we will require five times as much lithium globally in order to meet the world climate targets by the year 2050. With this in mind, the financial entity is worried that by the year 2025,…

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ThursdayDec 17, 2020 1:30 pm

Chile Considers Growing Copper Smelting Capacity

The natural resource industry in Chile is deliberating on whether to grow its capacity in the production of refined copper or concentrate on the already established export in copper concentrate. Despite the nation being the first worldwide in the production of copper concentrate, only 25% of the total copper produced is processed in the country. The director of Cesco, the copper studies center, Iván Valenzuela, stated during a webinar that the poor management of some firms in the smelting sector may have discouraged more investment in the sector. The center’s interests lie in the separation of both factors. He argues…

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WednesdayDec 16, 2020 12:45 pm

Study Uncovers Ways to Minimize Arsenic Contamination During Mining

A recent study that was published in “Applied Geochemistry” examined how climate and acidity affects strategies for removal of arsenic downstream of the Porgera Joint Venture gold mine in Papua New Guinea. The study centered on sequestration, a process involving the capture and storage of arsenic by sediment and soil. Arsenic can be found in soils and sediment as well as in mine waste. Arsenic that is found in dissolved water is harmful to both the ecosystems and people. Long-term exposure to the component can cause skin lesions and cancer. The study looked into how sediment in mine areas sequestered…

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TuesdayDec 15, 2020 2:14 pm

Energy Fuels (NYSE American: UUUU) (TSX: EFR) Has Critical Mineral Portfolio Unlike Any Other

"Energy Fuels will always, first and foremost, be a uranium producer,” says CEO Company is playing it smart with financial stability, scalable production and additional revenue streams that utilize existing facilities Additional revenue streams include rare earth elements, vanadium, uranium recycling, and land clean-up Energy Fuels (NYSE American: UUUU) (TSX: EFR), a leading U.S.-based uranium mining company that supplies major nuclear utilities and is making huge moves into the rare earth elements (“REE”) space, is debt free and boasts diverse cash-flow-generating opportunities. In addition to uranium and REEs, the company produces vanadium, recycles uranium-bearing products and participates in land clean-up…

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TuesdayDec 15, 2020 12:45 pm

Gold Prices Decline as Coronavirus Vaccination Begins

The price of gold dropped from its two-week high as coronavirus vaccines were prepared for introduction to various markets. Gold futures in the United States decreased to $1,853.20 per ounce, a 1.1% decline while Spot gold decreased by the same percentage to $1,848.30 per ounce. The vaccine rollout seems to be affecting the price of gold, as the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine is currently awaiting regulatory approval and Pfizer progresses with its vaccine trials. This progress for both firms comes after Britain became the first country in the West to begin an extensive vaccination drive. While the National Health…

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MondayDec 14, 2020 1:00 pm

CO2 Emissions, Methods Used in Mining Gold: Is There a Link?

Gold has benefitted greatly this year, becoming one of the metals that performed best as its prices reached new highs. Additionally, a number of new mines have also started their operations, largely due to the strong price performance of the metal in the past recent years. With the growing concern on the effect mining has on climate change and the environment generally, a review of gold mines’ greenhouse gas emissions is in order. Underground mines have lower greenhouse carbon footprints as compared to their open-pit counterparts, which are larger. The underground mines usually process less material and operate at higher…

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