Tuesday 21st November 2017

Resource Clips


ResourceClips quotes

Dr. Keevil: What shall we do about Temagami?
Joe Frantz: Let’s put it into production.
Bill Bergey: Sounds good to me.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

With every single show we’re getting better at connecting investors with the opportunities they’re specifically looking for.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

Notwithstanding the historical hype of the Klondike the two most important mining events in our history are the discoveries of the Sudbury nickel mines in 1883 and the Cobalt silver boom of 1903.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

This work will bring history to life and, at the same time, honour the coal miners who lived, worked and died in Vancouver Island coal mines while building families and creating strong communities.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

For a couple of these pieces, like the Fisheries Act and the Navigation Protection Act, I think the mining industry is probably going to come out fine. The Environmental Assessment Act, I don’t know.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

My plan two years ago was to tie up zinc and copper properties focusing on zinc. At that time zinc was at 62 cents per pound, now it is more like $1.40.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

I guarantee that you will never be able to put that coal property into production. All you have is an exploration licence and, if you don’t sell to us right now, I’ll cancel it tomorrow.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

The stone will tell us its story. It will dictate how it wants to be cut and we will take the utmost care to respect its exceptional properties.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

Others have suggested that it be cut up once again and a piece each given to all those countries that make a credible argument for its return—including modern-day Iran and Afghanistan.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

One of the things that really galls me is that the F-35 is flying around with over 900 pounds of Chinese REEs in it.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips