Uranium – Mining Weekly reported that Peninsula Energy has added the indicated resource at its US based Lance project by 2.5 million pounds of uranium oxide.
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Diamond – Bloomberg reported that the world’s biggest diamond producer, De Beers, said it is very confident that it will find a substantial gem deposit in a concession near Lucapa in the Lunda North province, in Angola.
Lithium – Bloomberg reported that Nissan Motor Co. wants to use its Tennessee battery plant to manufacture lithium-ion batteries, motors, and other components for its Leaf electric car.
Oil – Reuters reported that Brent-US crude oil rose to $112 a barrel on Monday, as a result of a stronger gasoline and diesel market, a weak U.S. dollar, as well as investors weighing in on a statement from Saudi Arabia, which disputed claims that the country has altered its output policy.
Oil – Reuters reported that oil prices went down Wednesday as U.S. fuel stocks went up. Gold and natural gas are also slipping.
Oil – Bloomberg reported that the United States Interior Department will review the oil and gas exploration in the Arctic waters in Alaska, a move that was prompted by the mishaps that took place in the Royal Dutch Shell Plc (LON:RDSA) drilling rig recently.
Oil – Bloomberg reported that Iran’s crude oil shipments have dropped at least 40% in the last nine months as the United States and European Union tighten their sanctions in their aim to deter its nuclear program.
Uranium – Powertech Uranium Corporation (TSX:PWE) announced recently that its subsidiary, Powertech (USA) Inc., has obtained a second draft uranium recovery license from the United States National Regulatory Commission or NRC for its Dewey-Burdock Project.
Platinum – The Globe and Mail recently reported that with the resurging auto industry, 2013 looks promising for platinum, which entered an annual period of seasonal strength, averaging at 8.9%.
Platinum – The International Business Times reported that the price of platinum increased by 0.2% after Christmas.