Tin – Much has been said of the massive scope of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, and Lisa Reisman, managing editor of MetalMiner.com, sees opportunity in the controversial provisions governing conflict minerals. In this interview with The Metals Report, Reisman discusses how companies are dealing with the new requirements and names companies closest to production in the crucial tantalum, tungsten and tin space.
Articles Tagged "tungsten"
Moly – Desert Mines and Metals Ltd. (ASX:DSN) announced an exploration update for its South Korea-based Daehwa project, noting that narrow intervals of high-grade molybdenum mineralization and wider intervals of low- to moderate-grade molybdenum mineralization have been intersected by diamond drilling.
Moly – Desert Mines and Metals Ltd. (ASX:DSN) announced that it has acquired Korean Resources Ltd., which, through its subsidiary, Suyeon Mining Company Ltd., has contractual rights to acquire the South Korea-based Daehwa molybdenum-tungsten project.
Tungsten – SilverCrest Mines Inc (TSXV:SVL, NYSE MKT:SVLC) announced that it has already filed a National Instrument 43-101 compliant updated resources technical report for its La Joya property in Mexico.
Tellurium – Deer Horn Metals' recently released preliminary economic assessment for its Deer Horn property anticipates that the project will produce 74,000 metric tons per year over a 14-year mine life.
Deer Horn Metals' recently released preliminary economic assessment for its Deer Horn property states that over a 14-year mine life, the project will produce 74,000 MT of gold-silver-tellurium concentrate per year.
New analysis from Resource Investing News shows which metals are most at risk for a rare earth-type supply shock.
Tungsten – Wolf Minerals Limited (ASX:WLF) assembled a funding package of approxmiately AU$212 million to take the Hemerdon Project into production. The Company will be able to commence construction and development with the funding to bring the project into production.
Tungsten – Mining Weekly reported that Toronto-listed Northcliff Resources announced the positive results of its feasibility study for the New Brunswick Sisson Project, which confirmed the openpit tungsten development as a strong project, technically and economically.
Hunter Hillcoat, mining analyst with Investec Securities in London, talks to Tungsten Investing News regarding his coverage of Wolf Minerals. Investec recently revised their buy rating price target for Wolf Minerals to 29.4p down from 31.6p.