Investors in ASX-listed uranian miner Paladin Energy appear unconvinced by management’s attempts to pour cold water on reports that the Namibian government is seeking to nationalise the country’s mines (reports The Australian Financial Review).
Emerging sulphate of potash (SOP) player Trigg Minerals (ASX: TMG) says it has received “highly encouraging” results on a new processing technology that could be a “game changer” for the SOP industry (reports Small Caps).
A new analysis of where Trek Metals is at suggests there’s plenty of upside for investors as the company ramps up its search for battery metals (reports Stockhead).
A recent discovery has changed the way Rox Resources sees a potential development playing out at its Youanmi gold project in Western Australia (reports MiningNews).
Bill Beament’s Develop Mining is partnering with an Indigenous business to help it establish contracting services to miners, with a plan to secure joint deals worth up to $50 million (reports The West Australian).
Bill Beament’s Develop has reported promising metallurgical results for its Sulphur Springs zinc-copper project in the Pilbara, ahead of updated economics later this month (reports MiningNews).
Kambalda nickel miner Mincor Resources is at risk of defaulting on its debt, warning it expects one of its financial covenants to be breached at the end of the financial year (reports The West Australian).
Strandline Resources has confirmed its place among the world’s key mineral sands exporters with its sixth cargo waved off from its flagship Coburn project in Western Australia (reports MiningNews).
Hammer Metals tested almost two dozen targets in Queensland last year, many for the first time, but it was the unique nature of its Hardway discovery that convinced it to drill another dozen RC holes (reports MiningNews).
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Trek Metals is ramping up its efforts to explore its patch of Western Australia’s Pilbara for lithium and refine its manganese processing options (reports MiningNews).
Two of the most bullish presentations at last week’s Resources Rising Stars conference on the Gold Coast were from companies in the long-suffering uranium sector (reports MiningNews).
Kingsland Minerals is off to a solid start at its Leliyn project in the Northern Territory, with first four RC holes intersecting up to 150m downhole of graphitic schist (reports Stockhead).
Microcap explorer Kingsland Minerals made its mark on the Resources Rising Stars conference last week, rising 63% after its first public presentation (reports MiningNews).
WA’s next gold miner Bellevue has struck a deal with a leading independent power provider to help it become Australia’s first net-zero producer of the precious metal (reports The West Australian).
Pilbara Minerals CEO Dale Henderson says the lithium and tantalite miner is diversifying some of its downstream processing away from China but maintained the company’s relationship with China is in “great health” and plans to continue to work in the country (reports The Australian Financial Review).
Develop managing director Bill Beament has again warned there was not enough underground mining talent to skill the growing number of Australian underground operations (reports MiningNews).
Lithium prices are set to extend their recovery from a brutal sell-off of 70 per cent as demand outstrips weaker-than-expected lithium supply growth, underpinned by the growing take-up of electric vehicles to meet carbon emission targets.
Sunstone’s ongoing exploration successes at Bramaderos and El Palmar has investors demonstrating their confidence for more by backing a $12m placement (reports Stockhead).
Calidus Resources managing director Dave Reeves has declared the gold miner is back on track after a tough start to life as a producer (reports MiningNews).
Uranium prices first left a decade-long slumber and surged to 10-year highs in September 2021 on a buying spree from global fund manager Sprott that vacuumed pounds out of the lightly traded spot market for the nuclear fuel (reports Stockhead).
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