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PDAC 2016: Conversation starting to change on Nautilus and seafloor mining

Seafloor mining is no longer in the realm of science fiction as Nautilus Minerals, the pioneer of this business, inches closer and closer to a planned start of operations in 2018

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What went wrong at Rubicon Minerals, one of the biggest junior mining meltdowns in years

Rubicon did look like a near-perfect story: A high-grade discovery in Northern Ontario’s legendary Red Lake camp, home of the world’s richest gold mine But the Toronto-based miner’s meltdown didn’t come out of nowhere

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First Quantum Minerals has overcome worst of liquidity problems, executives say

Over the past 12 months, First Quantum became the poster child for excess leverage in Canada’s copper mining sector

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Potosi Journal: For Miners, Increasing Risk on a Mountain at the Heart of Bolivia’s Identity

A silver-rich mountain — seen by many Bolivians as a potent national symbol — is caving in after centuries of mining, but many of the men who work on the mountain do not want to move

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SMALL CAP IDEAS: Ethiopian gold mining group KEFI Minerals is well on the way to locking in finance

A key reason is that all-in sustaining costs per ounce of gold produced are likely to come in at a very robust $742 per ounce, allowing for significant margin even on today’s weaker gold price of around $1,100

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Goldcorp CEO Chuck Jeannes to retire in spring, Minerals CEO to take helm

Goldcorp says its president and chief executive Chuck Jeannes will retire in the spring and David Garofalo, who is currently the president and CEO of , will take over his role

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Mining threatens to eat up northern Europe’s last wilderness

Vast network of rivers, lakes and mountains in Finland, Sweden and Norway at risk from being exploited for rare earth and other minerals Continue reading.

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Rubicon Minerals Corp warns ‘significant doubt’ it can survive after breaching loan covenant

Rubicon Minerals Corp is at risk of collapse after breaching a debt covenant and halting its high-profile Ontario gold project due to technical problems

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Commodities keep falling as major mining projects come into production

Supply and demand of many metals and minerals are out of whack, and it could get worse as the US dollar strengthens

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Asteroid mining could be space’s new frontier: the problem is doing it legally

Extracting minerals in space will be costly and challenging, but the biggest difficulty may lie in a treaty over who owns the moonWhen Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong hoisted the Stars and Stripes on the moon, the act was purely symbolic Two.

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Kenyan law aimed at luring mining giants sparks resource curse fears

Discovery of minerals, oil, coal and gas spur legal changes that communities say could bring abuses or leave them out of pocket Continue reading.

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BIGGER PICTURE: 'Spy' arrest gives Pakistan ammo on Balochistan

The arrest of a retired Indian Navy Commander, Kulbhushan Jadhav, allegedly for spying and other activities in Balochistan, is a coup of sorts for Islamabad

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Obama’s conflict minerals law has destroyed everything, say Congo miners

US legislation aimed at damaging Congolese militias has inadvertently propelled millions deeper into poverty Continue reading.

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Iran’s mining development expected to be slow amid investor caution

Iran’s rich deposits of zinc, copper, gold and other minerals are tempting international investors after the lifting of Western sanctions, but uncertainty remains about working with the Tehran government

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Rubicon Minerals raises ‘going concern’ doubt after covenant breach

Gold mining firm said it continues to evaluate strategic options and that it was in talks with lenders

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Rubicon Minerals Corp warns ‘significant doubt’ it can survive after breaching loan covenant

Rubicon Minerals Corp is at risk of collapse after breaching a debt covenant and halting its high-profile Ontario gold project due to technical problems

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Space mining laws set to spark explosion in extraterrestrial extractions

President Barack Obama signed legislation at the end of November that allows commercial extraction of minerals and other materials, including water, from asteroids and the moon

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CLOSED CIRCLE: India must stand by Balochistan in its struggle for freedom

For all the sorrow, grief and misery heaped on the people of Balochistan, they have risen again The freedom movement, relaunched in 2004, continues unabated And it deserves Indian support

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Asteroid mining could be space’s new frontier: the problem is doing it legally

Extracting minerals in space will be costly and challenging, but the biggest difficulty may lie in a treaty over who owns the moonWhen Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong hoisted the Stars and Stripes on the moon, the act was purely symbolic Two.

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Sierra Leone villagers sue mining company in London high court

Multimillion pound lawsuit against African Minerals Limited seeks compensation for evictions and alleged violent treatment An iron ore firm once listed in London is being sued in a multimillion pound lawsuit over evictions and alleged violent.

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PDAC 2016: Conversation starting to change on Nautilus and seafloor mining

Seafloor mining is no longer in the realm of science fiction as Nautilus Minerals, the pioneer of this business, inches closer and closer to a planned start of operations in 2018

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