Gas – Deutsche Welle reported that Germany's Essen based RWE (ETR:RWE) has begun supplying gas to the Ukraine. According to Deutsche-Welle, RWE signed a contract for natural gas deliveries with Kyiv in 2012, but has not yet specified the price Ukraine will pay for the gas.
Articles Tagged "Germany"
Gold – MINING.com reported yesterday that according to the German edition of The Wall Street Journal, in September, European central banks may eliminate a restriction on the sale of their gold holdings. It has been in place for 15 years.
Rare Earth – MINING.com reported yesterday that according to a study put together by Germany's Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, China's share of global rare earth production has been steadily shrinking these past few years. Currently, it produces about 92 percent of the world's rare earths.
Magnesium – Australia's Latrobe Magnesium said last week that a concept study shows that its German magnesium extraction project is "economically viable and worthy of further development."
Silver – Reuters reported that on Friday, Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) said it is leaving the group of banks that sets benchmarks for gold and silver prices.
Coal – Here's a look at what lignite is, what it's used for and where it's mined.
Silver – International Business Times reported that as part of its investigation into the potential manipulation of benchmark silver and gold prices, Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) has demanded that Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) hand over unspecified documents.
Silver – Germany's Federal Financial Supervisory Authority has begun looking into the rate-setting processes for silver and gold prices.
Uranium – Bloomberg reported that US Secretary of State John Kerry said that no nuclear deal with Iran has yet been made, noting that "there are some important gaps that have to be closed." Kerry, along with government members from France, Germany and the United Kingdom, is currently in Geneva to seek an accord over Iran's recent nuclear activities.
Potash – Reuters reported that three workers are dead at a German potash mine operated by K+S after a controlled explosion triggered a blowout of CO2. The company may have to close the mine for day, even weeks to fan the gas out of the mine and complete investigations.