Gold – Santa Fe Gold (OTCBB:SFEG) reported revenues of $14.6 million for the year ended June 30, which represents an increase of 49 percent over 2012.
Articles Tagged "new mexico"
Potash – Potash Investing News is trekking around the Four Corners of the United States. In this latest installment, Sid Himmel, CEO and President of IC Potash, gives us a some insight on the company's New Mexico operations.
Potash – In the United States there is a region called the Four Corners which encompasses the only four connecting corners of four states: southwestern Colorado, southeastern Utah, northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico. One of the characteristics of these four states is the abundance of salt basins that are currently being explored for their potash potential. In a look at the Four Corners region, Potash Investing News has a look at the Paradox Basin in Utah and Colorado.
Uranium – Uranium Resources Inc. (NASDAQ:URRE) has announced that the record date for the previously announced shareholder rights offering will be scheduled on January 28, 2012 at 5:00 P.M. eastern time.
Tungsten – Galway Metals Inc. (TSXV:GWM), a company that holds a 100% interest in the Victorio tungsten-molybdenum project situated in New Mexico, has announced that common shares will be listed and will commence trading on the TSX Venture Exchange effective January 4, 2013, under the symbol “GWM.”
In this interview with analyst John Chu of AltaCorp Capital, we discuss IC Potash and the potash and SOP market in general. ICP is moving towards production in 2016 and due in part to production of potassium sulphate or SOP, Chu predicts a share price of $2.50 before reaching the production target.
Gas – Caza Oil & Gas Inc. (TSX:CAZ) announced that drilling has begun at its Forehand Ranch prospect, which is located in New Mexico. The well will be drilled to a total measured depth of about 11,929 feet. Caza also provided an update on its operations.
Oil – Victory Energy Corp. (OTCQB:VYEY) announced the completion of the first of nine development wells that it is drilling in partnership with Aurora Energy Partners at its New Mexico-based Pinetop prospect, commenting that commercial flows were significant.
Uranium – The Street reported New Mexico's Supreme Court has ruled a uranium company's insurance policies may cover costs of cleaning up contamination at a former mine.
Potash – The Street reported the introduction of a proposal that could end a decades-long series of legal disputes over the development of oil, gas and potash resources in the area of New Mexico which makes up the nation's largest potash reserve.