Potash – Renewed Chinese and Indian potash contracts are building confidence in the potash market. Which projects will help supply future demand is still an open question as companies rush to bring supply online.
Articles Tagged "saskatchewan"
Uranium – Lakeland Resources Inc (TSXV:LK) announced that it has acquired 2 uranium projects within the northern part of the Athabasca Basin through staking.
Uranium – Resource Clips reported that the uranium rush is on at the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan. Companies like Fission Energy, Alpha Minerals, and Skyharbour Resources have made great discoveries in the area after some July 2011 field samples obtained assays as high as 39.6% triuranium octoxide.
Uranium – Pistol Bay Mining Inc. (TSXV:PST) announced that it has already received notice from Rio Tinto Canada Uranium Corporation saying that it has started drilling on its C-5 property, in Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan.
Uranium – Pistol Bay Mining Inc. (TSXV:PST), a junior Canadian mining exploration company, reported that it has been informed by Rio Tinto Canada Uranium Corporation that it has already mobilized a team to initiate drilling at its C-5 property in Saskatchewan.
Oil – Reuters reported that Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall has led 10 United States governors in urging President Obama to approve the long overdue Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Potash – Karnalyte's recent deal could be one of many this year as junior potash projects are likely to be a key component of emerging Asian economies' efforts to lock down long-term, stable supplies of potash.
Uranium – Pistol Bay Mining Inc. (TSXV:PST) announced that it has received notice from Rio Tinto Canada Uranium Corp. (RTCUC) regarding the proposed 1800m drill program and survey for the company’s C5 property in Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, with a projected cost pegged at $750,000.
Potash – With wide-eyed ambition, BHP Billiton hopes its Jansen project will change the potash industry. But not everyone agrees.
Oil – Aroway Energy Inc. (TSXV:ARW,OTCQX:ARWJF) announced that it has entered into an agreement to pay $2,769,000 for oil-producing assets from private vendors based in Western Saskatchewan. The acquisition will provide Aroway with an additional 265 barrels of oil per day; it will also wholly own all the surface facilities on 200 acres of land.