Articles Tagged "alaska"

Coeur Releases Updated Mine Plan and Preliminary Economic Assessment for Kensington Mine

Gold – Coeur Mining, Inc. (NYSE:CDE) announced an updated mine plan and a preliminary economic assessment for its Kensington gold mine in Southeast Alaska. The new mine plan reflects the recent discovery of the high-grade Jualin zone and increases overall production and higher cash flows due to the higher-grade material from three nearby zones.

New US Fracking Regulations Face Opposition

Gas – The new fracking rules unveiled by the US federal government last week have already caused quite a stir. Two industry groups reportedly filed a lawsuit within minutes of the announcement.

Graphite One Converts 11 Percent of Inferred Resource to Indicated Category

Graphite – An updated mineral resource estimate for the company's Graphite Creek project points to an indicated resource of 17.95 million tonnes grading 6.3 percent Cg. The inferred resource sits at 154.36 million tonnes grading 5.7 percent Cg. A cut off of 3 percent Cg was used in both cases.

Ucore’s Ken Collison: MRT to ‘Revolutionize the Rare Earth Business’

Rare Earth – At PDAC, Resource Investing News spoke with Ucore COO Ken Collison to get more insight into the company's latest news. This week, the company reported the success of IBC's MRT technology for the separation of rare earth elements, and also secured exclusive rights to the technology for $2.9 million.

Recent Discoveries in the Rare Earths Sector

Rare Earth – Lately there have been several new discoveries of rare earths mineralization, and at least one company has expanded mineralization at its project through additional drilling. The news is encouraging in that while rare earths are not actually very rare in terms of distribution in the Earth’s crust, it’s difficult to find deposits that are economically mineable.