Friday 26th April 2019

Resource Clips


News Stories

This diamond’s huge, but is it gem quality?

Thanks partly to new processing gear that’s less likely to break up the stones, Lucara Diamond TSX:LUC keeps pulling record-setting rocks out of its Karowe mine in Botswana….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
92 Resources increases its Quebec lithium-polymetallic potential with expanded acquisition

An amended option with “no additional share, cash or work commitment” brings more land and greater prospects in northern Quebec’s James Bay region to 92 Resources TSXV:NTY…

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Canadian Greens surge again as party takes second place in PEI election

Promoting its use of wind energy, Prince Edward Island likes to call itself “Canada’s Green Province.”

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Evolution of hydrogen, from the Big Bang to fuel cells

It all started with a bang—the Big Bang! The explosive power of hydrogen fueled a chain reaction that led to the world we have today….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
B.C. government funds long-awaited preservation of historic Morden Mine

Although just half of a previously estimated requirement, a nevertheless significant funding commitment could go a long way towards saving an important monument to British Columbia’s mining history….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Deep thoughts from B.C.’s energy and mines minister

Proving they could sink lower than anyone else, Russians spent 24 years drilling their world-record 12,261-metre Kola Superdeep Bore Hole….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Graff Diamonds polishes its image with polished Lesedi La Rona

The company loves to proclaim its pre-eminent technology and expertise, but for this achievement the big boss overruled all that….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Pistol Bay Mining branches out to Nevada with vanadium acquisition

Despite historic reports of what’s now a sought-after energy metal, this former mining region has never been systematically explored for vanadium….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Ximen Mining to do due diligence on B.C.’s first underground gold mine

Just days after picking up additional land in one historic southern British Columbia camp, Ximen Mining TSXV:XIM turned its attention to another former mine….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Ximen Mining expands its presence in British Columbia’s Greenwood camp

A former mining region about 500 highway kilometres east of Vancouver continues to attract interest as another company picks up additional property….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips