IC2 Global reported that with regards to the signing of a Letter of Intent with Katumba Minerals which allowed IC2 to commence due diligence on a Molybdenum Project in Nigeria, a key part of the due diligence process was for an independent and suitably qualified consultant to visit the site and review the previous research […]
June 9th, 2008 Tags: Katumba, molybdenum, Molybdenum Mine, Nigeria
U.S. Energy Corp., a diversified natural resource company with interests in molybdenum, oil and gas, gold, and real estate, today provided a review of 2007 results and an update on current operations for its primary business segments. Review of 2007 Accomplishments
The year ended December 31, 2007 was the most profitable in U.S. Energy Corp.’s history, due […]
March 18th, 2008 Tags: America, Chicago, clean energy, Colorado, Company, Completion, Congress, Crested Corp., Dallas, Denver, Dili, Energy, Energy Corp., energy sector, Environment, Exchange, Forest Service, Gas, gas ventures, Germany, Gillette, Gold, Gold Mine, gold mining, Gulf, Gulf coast, hard rock mining, Hydro, Inco, Kobe, London, Market, metal, mine, mine site, Miner, Mineral, mining, Molybdenum Mine, NASD, Nasdaq, National Mining Association, Natural Resources, New York, North America, Northwest, Oil, Oil and Gas, Orica, Power, Price, Prices, PYR, real estate, Resources, Safe Harbor, Shares, Solar, Sual, Sutter Gold Mining Inc., Toronto, Trade, U.S. Energy Corp., U.S. Forest Service, United States, Uranium, Uranium One, Uranium One Inc., Utah, Vancouver, Washington, Wyoming
The Kemerovo region natural resources agency scheduled new auctions for March 29 for the rights to the Viktoryevsky molybdenum property and the Spichenkovsky coal block, a source at the agency told Interfax.
The December 15 auctions for these properties were called off. […]
January 12th, 2007 Tags: bank, Coal, Company, Gold, Interfax, Kemerovo, metal, mine, Miner, Mineral, Molybdenum Mine, Natural Resources, Novosibirsk, Price, Resources, RUB, the Star
The O.T. Mining Corporation announces plans to commence its aggressive drill program on its North Anomaly Area porphyry copper-molybdenum zone of mineralization in 2007. The North Anomaly Area forms part of O.T.’s 21.3-square-mile Ruby Property situated in Jefferson County, southwestern Montana. The drilling start-up date is expected to be in early June and targets […]
December 20th, 2006 Tags: Canada, chemical, Company, Copper, Copper miner, drill site, Environment, Hess, James, Jefferson, Jefferson County, mine, Miner, Mineral, mining, Mining Corporation, Molybdenum Mine, Montana, Montreal, Orica, Quebec, RUB, Southwest, start-up, technologies, Toronto
Roca Mines Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ROK; “Roca” or the “Company”) announces that it has signed an offtake agreement with U.K.-based Derek Raphael & Company Ltd. (”DRC”) for molybdenum concentrates produced at the Company’s MAX Molybdenum Mine at Trout Lake, British Columbia. DRC’s North American representative is W. G. Cook Ltd.
DRC was founded in 1974 and has […]
July 27th, 2006 Tags: British Columbia, Canada, chemical industries, Derek Raphael & Company Ltd., downstream products, energy-related steel infrastructure, MAX Molybdenum Mine, Molybdenum Mine, non-ferrous metal, Roca’s storage facility, Scott Broughton, Scott E. Broughton, Signs MAX Molybdenum Offtake Agreement Roca Mines Inc., steel, steel producers, Trout Lake, United Kingdom, W. G. Cook Ltd