Tantalum – Just weeks remain before companies registered with the US Securities and Exchange Commission must disclose whether they are receiving tantalum, tungsten, tin and gold from the Democratic Republic of the Congo — and, if so, whether they are getting those minerals from conflict-free sources. However, PricewaterhouseCoopers says many companies are not ready to do so.
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Tantalum – Andrew O'Donovan, CEO of Global Advanced Metals, spoke with Tantalum Investing News about the process involved in being conflict free.
Tantalum – A recent expose by National Geographic explores the conflict regions of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and shows how conflict minerals have made their way into our everyday electronics.
Tantalum – Tantalum is a blue-gray metallic chemical element that is great for conducting heat and energy. The majority of tantalum is used to manufacture capacitors for the electronics industry.
Tantalum – It's summertime and like most commodities, the tantalum market is slow. Commerce Resources has been hard at work, however, with the recent update to their mineral resource estimate.
Tantalum – Tantalum earned its name when Swedish chemist Anders Ekeberg, the discoverer of tantalum, found it to be a tantalizing find.
Tantalum – Gippsland is working on developing its Abu Dabbab tantalum project in Egypt. While Abu Dabbab could potentially supply 25 percent of global tantalum supply, it is rarely mentioned in the tantalum space.
Tantalum – The next generation of Canadian tantalum mines is in the pipeline. But what about the financing?
Tantalum – A brief overview of tantalum price developments, supply and demand and significant market movers.
Tantalum – Authorities are taking action to address tantalum theft in Dar es Salaam, a key shipping hub for tantalum from Central Africa.