Uranium – Greener Ideal reported that, despite Obama's ban for most hard-rock mining in 2012, Energy Fuel Resources' uranium mine, located in the Grand Canyon could be operational again within the next two years. As quoted in the market report:
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The Washington Post reported that this week, President Barack Obama will request that NASA allocate $105 million toward a mission aimed at capturing a small asteroid and pulling it close to the moon so that samples can be brought back to earth. The project reportedly draws on asteroid mining and deflection science; NASA will determine whether it is feasible by this summer.
Coal – The Financial Post reported that the coal industry feels that it is in danger of near-elimination under Obama's rule.
Coal – Bloomberg reported that Obama's proposed carbon tax would be made more likely with support from Exxon.
A range of resources stand to gain from President Obama’s return to the White House, US investment expert Peter Schiff told Resource Investing News, but gold is the standout.
Silver – Obama was considered the best candidate for silver. But will his re-election be bullish for silver in the near term?
Oil – Using new technology to access fossil fuels trapped in shale rock has effectively transformed the North American energy sector as a whole.
Oil – A brief overview of oil price developments, supply and demand and significant market movers.
Coal – Mineweb reported that coal miners are bracing for the aftermath with tighter environmental regulations, that will likely come about after Obama's re-election.
Gas – Bloomberg reported that, while natural gas producers spent millions backing the Romney campaign, an Obama win may end of being beneficial, because many of his proposals and environmental regulations could boost demand.