Rare Earth – Reuters reported that Kazatomprom, Kazakhstan's state-owned uranium producer, aims to produce rare earths and may look into buying deposits abroad. Spurring its interest are higher prices for the metals.
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Uranium – Uranium One Inc. announced that the Special Inter-District Economic Court for the City of Astana (Republic of Kazakhstan) on March 26, 2014 issued an order having the effect of invalidating the original transfers in 2004 and 2005 from Kazatomprom to the Company's Betpak Dala and Kyzylkum joint ventures of the subsoil use contracts for the Akdala, South Inkai and Kharasan fields.
Uranium – The World Nuclear Association reported that melting snow is to blame for the disruption of a number of uranium operations in Southern Kazakhstan.
In keeping with European and global investment and pricing trends, the AIM sank today.
Moly – Kazakhstan hasn't produced molybdenum since 2006, but exploration and development company Kemin Resources soon hopes to change that.
Uranium – Despite trying to diversify its oil-dominated economy, Western Kazakhstan will not be reviving its uranium mining industry in the near future, according to the Times of Central Asia.
Zinc – Here's a look at the 10 countries that produced the most zinc in 2012, based on numbers from the US Geological Survey.
Vanadium – Tengri News reported that a vanadium deposit in southern Kazakhstan is among the world's five largest.
Rare Earth – National Geographic's NewsWatch posted a guest article from Dr. Sebastien Peyrouse of George Washington University, who provides an overview of rare earth projects in Central Asia.
Uranium – Visual Capitalist published this infographic, sponsored by Kivalliq Energy (TSX-V:KIV). Nuclear power is a clean energy source that will be used well into the future to help meet the world’s growing energy requirements. Here we highlight uranium’s history, properties, and fundamentals moving forward.