Monday 18th June 2018

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Margaret Lake Diamonds tackles two NWT projects with geophysics and drilling

As work resumes at Diagras, Margaret Lake Diamonds TSXV:DIA now returns to a second front in its search for Northwest Territories gems….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Diamonds are forever? Not these ones, De Beers declares

A new line of lab-grown stones to suit smaller budgets—that might seem a backward step for De Beers….

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The history of North American co-operation on aluminum and steel

As the global rhetoric around trade heats up, aluminum and steel are two metals that have been unexpectedly thrust into the international spotlight….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Emerita Resources releases first zinc-lead assays from its Salobro project in Brazil

The near-term goal is a 43-101 resource to replace an historic estimate as drilling continues at Emerita Resources’ TSXV:EMO Salobro zinc project in eastern Brazil’s Minas Gerais state….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Preparations move Belmont Resources toward Nevada lithium drilling

With approval now in from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Belmont Resources TSXV:BEA comes closer to activating a rig on its Kibby Basin lithium project….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Commerce Resources sees additional opportunity in U.S. critical minerals strategy

Taking another step to enhance national security, the U.S. Department of the Interior has formally accepted a draft list of 35 minerals deemed critical to the American economy and defence….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Caught on camera International Mining Investment Conference 2018

It was a near-record turnout, declared Andrew Pollard….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Copper: Driving the green energy revolution

Copper is known as “man’s first metal” and for over 10,000 years it’s been used in applications ranging from architecture to coinage….

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Jobs, revenues, share prices benefit as higher commodity prices boost B.C. mining

The bull’s still not back but higher commodity prices continue to sustain a mood of cautious optimism among British Columbia miners, PwC assures us….

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 
Appalachian coal country rejects Don Blankenship’s political ambitions

Audacious as it was, a disgraced former mining boss’ campaign for a U.S. Senate nomination fell to defeat on May 8….

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