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Welcome to Minneapolis Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration
 
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A welcome to Minneapolis promoting the city to potential attendees of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration convention. Produced by Gieka for Meet Minneapolis
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Dave Kanagy, Executive Director, Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration
 
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Dave Kanagy reveals some insight into his keynote presentation topic for the Resources & Energy Investment Symposium in Broken Hill- Emerging Workforce Trends in the Mining Industry. The premier investment event on Australia's East Coast, the 3rd Annual Resources & Energy Investment Symposium is on 19 - 22 May. Held in the unique setting of Broken Hill, REIS 2013 is a must-attend event with unmatched networking opportunities and is essential for finding the latest investment prospects in the Resources & Energy sector.
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Miners Should Not “Build It To Sell It” Says CEO
 
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The goal of an exploration company is to take ownership of each project and not focus on selling assets to major miners, said Matthew Lennox-King, president and CEO of Contact Gold. “The only way you can attract that attention [from the majors] is to continue to advance the project as if you’re going to own it. That means doing the right science, metallurgy, resource estimation, whatever that might be. If you build it to sell it, I don’t think you’ll end up with the right answer at the end of the day,” Lennox-King told Kitco News on the sidelines of the Swiss Mining Institute Conference in Zurich. _________________________________________________________________ Kitco News is the world’s #1 source of metals market information. Our videos feature interviews with prominent industry figures to bring you market-affecting insights, with the goal of helping people make informed investment decisions. Subscribe to our channel to stay up to date on the latest insights moving the metals markets. For more breaking news, visit http://www.kitco.com/ Follow us on social media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/KitcoNews/?ref=br_rs Twitter - https://twitter.com/kitconewsnow Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/116266490328854474588 StockTwits - https://stocktwits.com/kitconews Live gold price and charts: http://www.kitco.com/gold-price-today-usa/ Live silver price and charts: http://www.kitco.com/silver-price-today-usa/ Don’t forget to sign up for Kitco News’ Weekly Roundup – comes out every Friday to recap the hottest stories & videos of the week: https://connect.kitco.com/subscription/newsletter.html Join the conversation @ The Kitco Forums and be part of the premier online community for precious metals investors: https://gold-forum.kitco.com/ Disclaimer: Videos are not trading advice and the views expressed may not reflect those of Kitco Metals Inc.
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Kinross Gold Tasiast Phase One Update & Tasiast Phase Two 3-D Animation
 
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Kinross Gold recently approved Phase Two of the two-phased Tasiast expansion in Mauritania. Phase One is progressing well and is on schedule and on budget to begin full commercial production in Q2 2018. Phase Two construction is expected to commence by early 2018 with commercial production expected in Q3 2020. The video begins with an update on Phase One and transitions into a 3-D animation of Phase Two. This two-phased expansion is expected to transform Tasiast into a large world-class mine with low costs and a long mine life.
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Underpinning Innovation: Critical Materials and the Critical Materials Institute
 
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This is the third presentation from the Mineral Science & Information Coalition briefing webinar, "Underpinning Innovation - The Science and Supply of America's Critical Minerals and Materials". This webinar is based on a Congressional briefing organized by AGI on behalf of the Mineral Science & Information Coalition (3 March 2016). The webinar addresses the efforts being taken at the federal level to ensure a steady supply of critical minerals and materials. Our speakers include: Lawrence D. Meinert, Mineral Resources Program, U.S. Geological Survey Steven M. Fortier, National Minerals Information Center, U.S. Geological Survey Rod Eggert, Colorado School of Mines; Critical Materials Institute, Ames Laboratory This webinar is co-sponsored by: American Chemical Society, American Exploration & Mining Association, American Physical Society, Critical Materials Institute, Geological Society of America, Industrial Minerals Association -North America, Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Society of Economic Geologists, U.S. Geological Surveyfication Network. For more information: www.americangeosciences.org/policy-critical-issues/webinars
WAIC 2017 Presentation by Beau Nicholls, CEO - Sahara Mining Services
 
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The West African Institute of Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum hosted the 2nd WAIMM Annual Industry Conference (WAIC) 2017 from 1 - 2 August 2017 at the Golden Tulip hotel in Accra - Ghana.The theme for the conference was "DEVELOPING HUMAN RESOURCES FOR SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS". Beau Nicholls (CEO) of Sahara Mining Services, delivered a presentation on the topic: CHANGING THE GAME - SUSTAINABILITY OF MINERAL EXPLORATION TECHNIQUES, THE SAHARA MINING SERVICES EXPERIENCE. WAIC 2017 which is the WAIMM’s official Conference & Exhibition for the Mining and Petroleum industry in the West African sub region brought together, key players from the local and foreign Mining & Petroleum industries, Service providers etc. to discuss new developments, technological innovations, and the latest industry trends. The focus was on addressing issues including government policies, framework and regulations, industry regulations, corporate social responsibility, flagship projects, and technical research in the mining and petroleum industry.
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Critical Elements Corporation
 
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Interview with Jean-Sébastien Lavallée. Critical Elements is a rare earth mining company whose flagship project, ROSE tantalum and lithium deposit, is located in the James Bay region
WASM Kalgoorlie Students - Experience
 
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WA School of Mines - Kalgoorlie Student Experience "Testimonials", provides personal insight from 5 WASM Kalgoorlie students, of what opportunities are made available to prospective students when moving/chosing to study in Kalgoorlie. Student Participants; Sam Finnigan - WASM Wombats President 2013 Jimmy Lu - International Student (China) Dylan Gray - Mining Engineering Ashlee Edwards - Metallurgical Engineering Nathan Cozamanis - WASM Student Guild President 2012 Links; WA School of Mines http://wasm.curtin.edu.au/index.cfm WASM Wombats 2012 - Championships in Cornwall, UK 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSxsQ55tCsk WASM Wallabies - Training for mining games http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icWLG_xL7nI International Mining Games 2009 - Winners - WASM Wombats http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBgiRKC4tF0
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HOW TO EXPLORE CHROMITE VLOG #8
 
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Chromite is the source of chromium used commercially and as an alloying element plays an important role in metallurgy. Balochistan is endowed with huge reserves of chromite. The first discovery was made at Muslim Bagh and Khanozai in district Kila Saifullah in 1901.[3] Muslim Bagh deposits were first discovered by Vredenburg during the same period in the course of regional reconnaissance mapping of the province. Chromite mining has not been systematic but random and totally disorganised. It is mined by both open pit and underground methods. In Muslimbagh, Ras Koh Range and Wad areas, chromite is mostly mined by open pit method. However, due to podiform nature of the chromite, underground mining is also done. Use of donkeys for hauling the ore from underground is still in practice. The haulage machinery is also used. Presently, 300 to 500 tons of chromite are being produced at Muslim Bagh and Khanozai daily. It is taken in trucks to Karachi where it is crushed and packed in bags for export to foreign countries. Price depends on chrome content. China is a big market for the Balochistan chromite. Production activity in the sector directly depends upon the export market. The Provincial Inspectorate of Mines is responsible for regulating the mining operations. Presently, a few local companies are engaged at Muslim Bagh. The sources added that during the 1970s, Pakistan Chrom Mines (PCM) project was launched in Muslim Bagh area which was closed in 1989 due to financial constraints and lack of locally available technical staff. The land for mining is allotted under the Mines Act 1923 by the Directorate of Minerals, Balochistan. Different land belong to different people especially Sargarah, Khoidadzai, Metherzai, Bazi, and Merdadzai. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "TOP 3 ANDROID FIGHTING GAMES OF 2018 FOR ANDROID" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSyuCfde1zw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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OEMF2015 - Day 2 - Dr Jonathan Clarke - Mining Mars
 
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For more info on the 2nd Off Earth Mining Forum see http://www.acser.unsw.edu.au/oemf2015 - Mining Mars Mars offers many opportunities for using in situ resources to reduce the logistic overhead of human missions to the planet. Recent discoveries confirm that Mars has an abundance of water, a history of magmatism, basin development, fluid migration, regolith processes, and evolved granitoid crust that have resulted in observed localised enrichment in potential resources. Use of these potential resources would greatly facilitate Mars exploration and perhaps subsequent settlement. Identifying potential resources is therefore a priority for NASA landing site selection. Split-mission architectures may provide opportunities for commercially funded automated extraction and stockpiling of water, propellants, breathing gases, and perhaps regolith resources before the arrival of crew. Subsequent opportunities at permanent Mars research stations include fabrication of basic structures from regolith resources such as basalt and gypsum, and research into extraction of iron and magnesium. and use of hydrothermal silica and clays. Localised enrichment in base metals have been observed and potential exists for future discovery of sulphide mineralisation. These resources would not be for the development of export industries, but to support development of Mars-based infrastructure and settlement. Australian expertise in all the related fields of resource geology, exploration geophysics and geochemistry, remote area operations, mining, metallurgy, field robotics has an opportunity to make a significant contribution in the field of Mars resource utilisation at an early stage. Experience with the development of good legal frameworks for exploration, development, taxation, and environmental protection in Australia may also aid in shaping the current poorly defined legal framework for martian resources. --- Jon is an astrogeologist who completed his undergraduate and honours degree at the University of Tasmania and a PhD at Flinders University. He with a broad background in the resource, university and government sectors. Jon has spent 13 years in mineral exploration with Comalco, Seltrust, and WMC Resources with particular involvement in nickel, copper, gold, diamonds and zinc exploration in WA, SA, NT, QLD, The Philippines, and Chile. He has been associated with Melbourne and the Australian National Universities and with the Australian Centre for Astrobiology. Most recently Jon spent 11 years with Geoscience Australia working in groundwater, salinity management, and precompetitive mineral exploration . He is the current president and research director of Mars Society Australia (MSA), a non-profit approved research institute. Through MSA Jon has been researching Mars mission architecture, exploration strategies, geomorphology, analogues, and potential mineral resources, as well as education and outreach programs.
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Quest describes innovative technologies used to achieve separate heavy rare earth concentrate
 
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Tracy Weslosky, Publisher of InvestorIntel interviews Peter Cashin, President and CEO of Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX: QRM | NYSE MKT: QRM) and discusses the Quest's most recent (very) big news, how the company has the highest level of critical/heavy rare earths in its peer group, how metallurgy is advancing steadily and results are exceeding previous expectations and peers reports, as well as praseodymium, neodymium, lutetium, yttrium, dysprosium, terbium, niobium, and Quest's strategic end-user agreement for zirconia. Quest is currently advancing several high-potential rare earth projects in Canada's premier rare earth exploration areas: the Strange Lake and Misery Lake areas of northeastern Québec. Quest recently announced that it has produced separate heavy (HREE) and light (LREE) rare earth concentrates from its Strange Lake B-Zone Deposit. The Strange Lake Rare Earth Project property, located 220 kilometers northeast of Schefferville and 125 kilometers west of the Voisey Bay Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Mine, covers an area of 54,000 hectares. Tracy starts: Since day one, you have said it's all about the metallurgy and Quest just put out an excellent piece of news that the market's responding to positively. You're up nearly +30% in the last week. Talk to us about your most recent news release. PC: As you rightly pointed out, Tracy, the critical path of these rare earth projects is the ability to extract the metals economically. The release was the end result of a lot of work by my technical team -- proving that, indeed, it can be done for Strange Lake. TW: You've proven that you can do it for Strange Lake, but what I've also noticed is that (in your news release), you highlighted items such as yttrium, which Professor Dudley Kingsnorth, Jack Lifton and Ian Chalmers all agree is most highly in demand. Can you talk to us about yttrium, in particular? PC: I think Yttrium has a very positive market for things like high-temperature coatings, phosphors, flat screens, as well as compact-fluorescent lighting. I think the upside is fairly positive for yttrium. But I'd also like to point out that, in comparison of our peers, Strange Lake has a full distribution of those elements that are viewed as 'critical' going forward, especially on the heavy lanthanides side. We don't talk much about holmium and lutetium. We've addressed a number of inquiries about both those elements, particularly in medical technologies, in sensors, from CT scans and MRIs. It has been a market that has been relatively underserved and we hope to be able to feed into that growing market. TW: We've been discussing holmium a lot here at InvestorIntel and there's been a big debate over who has the most holmium. Would you care to weigh in on that? PC: I don't like to compare, I just know that we have significant amounts, not only those two elements -- holmium and lutetium -- but right across the full spectrum of rare earths; especially the heavy REEs. TW: The race is on for these end-user agreements and we can't encourage our audience enough to do more due diligence and understand rare earth leaders. Of course you've been a leader from the onset, and in particular, with metallurgy. Can I get you to give our audience an overview on which rare earths you consider to be most critical right now? PC: This is just preliminary, but from our view, praseodymium, neodymium, lutetium, yttrium, dysprosium, and terbium from our view are probably the largest capital contributors to the cash-flow model at Strange Lake. Those REEs account for roughly 86% of the capital generation from the operations. TW: Peter, I know you like to be more of a stealth-like player and it can be hard to get a hold of you. So while we have you here in the studio today, can you give us an overview on what we might be looking forward to for benchmarks for Quest in the upcoming 6 to 12 months? PC: We're working very hard to ensuring that the PFS (Pre-Feasibility Study) hits the market. In doing so, we're going to be transiting from mini pilot plant to full demonstration scale, which should be up and running by or before the end of the year. We continue our conversations with end users for rare earth product as well as trying to place our niobium. A lot of those negotiations and discussions are in a fairly advanced stage -- and we hope to be able to come to market with some positive news in regards to the marketing side of Strange Lake. Disclaimer: Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel.
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Quest Rare Minerals 2012 Corporate Overview
 
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Mehdi Azodi of Quest Rare Minerals discusses the company, touching specifically on heavy rare earths and metallurgy as well as the benefits of operating in Quebec. Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian-based, exploration company focused on the identification and discovery of new world-class Rare Earth deposit opportunities. The Company is publicly-listed on the TSX Exchange and NYSE Amex as "QRM" and is led by a highly-respected management and technical team with a proven mine-finding track record. Quest is currently advancing several high-potential rare earth projects in Canada's premier rare earth exploration areas: the Strange Lake and Misery Lake areas of northeastern Québec. Quest continues to pursue high-value project rare earth opportunities throughout North America. More about Quest Rare Minerals: StockNetwork - http://www.stocknetwork.com/pubco/profile/QRM:CA Twitter - https://twitter.com/QuestRM Website - http://www.questrareminerals.com/
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SandyPondNewfoundland.m4v
 
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Discussion of metallurgical mining effluent regulations and their effect on pristine Canadian waterbodies, such as Sandy Pond, Newfoundland. Sandy Pond, located on the south side of Long Harbour in Placentia Bay (located approximately 127 km from St. John's) is one of thirteen water bodies in Canada slated to become a dumps for mining and mineral processing wastes. According to the assessment document accepted by Newfoundland and Labrador's Ministry of Environment and Conservation, Sandy Pond is to be damned as a receptacle for wastes from a nickel processing plant, the Inco Hydrometallurgical (Hydromet) Processing Plant. The proposed plant will cost $800 million to build and will process approximately 110 million pounds of nickel, five million pounds of cobalt, and 15 million pounds of copper, and is part of the large Voisy's Bay mining project. The proposed nickel processing project may have severe and lasting environmental impacts, including: * destruction of Sandy Pond for the disposal of 381,000 tonnes per year of nickel processing waste, including sulphur (approximately 60,000 tonnes per year), copper, and nickel; * effluents totalling 3 million cubic metres per year will be discharged to the marine environment; - during normal operations, 600 cubic metres (600,000 litres) per hour of water will be drawn from Rattling Brook Big Pond; * increased risk of accidents and displacement of fishers from traditional fishing grounds caused by increased vessel traffic Placentia Bay. With proposed projects such as a new refinery, proposed LNG trans-shipment facility, and this nickel processing plant, Placentia Bay will receive over 1300 vessels per year, or an average of 7 ship transits per day.
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Sustainability in the Mining Industry_WAIC2016
 
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The world mining industry was recently faced with tremendous challenges towards sustainable operations as a result of falling metal prices. Most mining industry professionals were laid off from work. Also planned exploration and other expansion activities were halted. In some instances, the down dip of the commodity prices affected the corporate social responsibilities of operating mines. The implications to both professionals and the future landscape of the mining industry cannot be overemphasized. Question is: who are the stakeholders supposed to be involved? what are the factors that are to be considered? what conditions are to be satisfied and who is to be blamed? Worldwide, as the mining industry changes the game towards sustainable operations, the West African Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (WAIMM) is looking at it purely from the industry point of view. A presentation on the 'sustainability of the mining industry in recent times was made at the WAIMM Annual Industry Conference (WAIC 2016) held recently in June. Speaker Stephen Kofi Ndede (Mining Operations Manager, Perseus Mining Ghana Ltd) He has over 25years experience in the mining industry across West Africa and has occupied several high level decision making positions including Mine manager, Operations manager and General manager. He gives us an insight into operations and how all the various players in the industry can contribute towards sustainable operations of the mining industry.
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Quest Rare Minerals - Rare Earth Metal Metallurgy
 
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Mehdi Azodi of Quest Rare Minerals discusses the rare earth metallurgy results on the Strange Lake Property in Quebec. Mehdi goes on to discuss the addition of Colin Lindsay Quest's new Vice President of Operations. Complete Release found here: http://www.stocknetwork.com/news_item/retrieve/51269164/QRM:CA/quest-completes-bulk-of-phase-ii-metallurgical-testwork-produces-zirconium-and Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian-based, exploration company focused on the identification and discovery of new world-class Rare Earth deposit opportunities. The Company is publicly-listed on the TSX Exchange and NYSE Amex as "QRM" and is led by a highly-respected management and technical team with a proven mine-finding track record. Quest is currently advancing several high-potential rare earth projects in Canada's premier rare earth exploration areas: the Strange Lake and Misery Lake areas of northeastern Québec. Quest continues to pursue high-value project rare earth opportunities throughout North America. More about Quest Rare Minerals: StockNetwork - http://www.stocknetwork.com/pubco/profile/QRM:CA Twitter - https://twitter.com/QuestRM Website - http://www.questrareminerals.com/
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AngloGold Ashanti Mponeng Mine - Ictus Experiential Simulation with Executive Management
 
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Ictus Experiential Simulation strategic tool to assess and build cohesive Executive Management Teams.
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THE THORIUM PROBLEM - Danger of existing thorium regulation to U.S. manufacturing and energy sector
 
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John Kutsch of Thorium Energy Alliance and Jim Kennedy of ThREE Consulting review the hazards maintaining U.S. current thorium policy. Heavy Rare Earth Element mining is impeded. Energy sector innovation is stifled. Thorium is less dangerous, less radioactive, and less easily metabolized than many elements we are exposed to on a daily basis. Current regulation assists China's capture of high-tech manufacturing sector. Current regulation protects incumbent U.S. [light] rare earth producers who DISPOSE of thorium and valuable heavy rare earths in tailing ponds. Current regulation does NOT facilitate growth of U.S. economy. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle recognize reform is needed. No one is willing to introduce legislation to address the thorium problem. China continues to capture high-tech manufacturing jobs. U.S. private corporations are unable to pursue thorium an an energy resource. THE THORIUM PROBLEM was delivered at SME - Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration on Feb 20th 2012 [2012-02-20] in Seattle. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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CEO Interview: Circle Oil PLC reorganisation towards operational excellence
 
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Malcolm Graham-Wood, Oil analyst and Malcy’s Blog, was joined by the CEO of Circle Oil PLC, Mitchell Flegg, on the Tip TV Finance Show to discuss the re-organisation and the development of the Oil firm into a profitable company across all exploration, appraisal and production. What bought the CEO to the company? Flegg highlighted the world class set of assets and the balance between exploration, appraisal and production as the key reasons for joining Circle Oil PLC. He continued that having both oil and gas production was also important, with gas in Morocco, oil in Egypt and also exciting exploration going on in Tunisia. A lot of attention for Morocco Flegg outlined that although Morocco is not the most important area for their company, there has been a lot of attention placed there for gas. In the past, he commented that the production was left to look after itself while exploration took the forefront, thus more recent focus has been on regaining operational efficiency to become a cost effective producer. He continued that they have a 55km pipeline which enables gas to be sold to industrial users, where they achieve a price over $8 versus the cost price at around $0.65. He concluded that operational excellence is now the goal, with costs down more than 30% already. Egypt a different mind-set Flegg continued to Egypt, where he expressed that they are not the main operator, but have a 40% interest in the field which enables a certain amount of influence over the operator. However, he also highlighted that the field is naturally declining and is past its peak production levels, so now the focus is on maintaining production and protecting resources. On the oil market as a whole, Flegg believed that there is political risk across the majority of oil mines, and Egypt isn’t the only country facing this risk. He finished by noting that there are no security threats over ongoing operations, and that there is also lots of good will towards Egypt from the investment community. Future drilling in Tunisia promising Flegg made it clear that Tunisia is pure exploration, and that Circle Oil PLC needs to go back and appraise that discovery. Following that, Flegg commented the target is to get industry backing in order to take this Tunisia venture further. Results and the future for Circle Oil PLC The interim results for the firm were released around a month ago, and showed a mid-year cash position of $17 million, with assets now profitable and Circle now adding to the cash pile. He finished by outlining that budgets are set, and Circle Oil PLC plans to sell more gas in Morocco, develop the Tunisia prospect further and continue to follow up opportunities within the countries which they are already based. Tip TV Finance is a live video show, broadcasted weekdays from 10 am sharp. Based in St Paul's, in the heart of the City of London, Tip TV prides itself on being able to attract the very best quality guests on the show to offer viewers informed, insightful and actionable infotainment. The Tip TV Daily Finance Show covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, futures and options. Guests share their high conviction market opportunities, covering fundamental, technical, inter-market and quantitative analysis, with the aim of demystifying financial markets for viewers at home. See More At: www.tiptv.co.uk Twitter: @OfficialTipTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialtiptv
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#CommerceResources $CCE.V $CMRZF in Quebec Could Break the Chinese Rare Earth Monopoly
 
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http://goldstocktrades.com/blog What an exciting week for precious metals and junior mining investors? Black swans happen all the time and we wait positioned for those inevitable volatile events. This week we are witnessing major changes to the global diplomatic stage. As President Trump of the USA was eating a candlelight dinner with Chinese President Xi after a few drinks he turned on the TV for a nice display of missile launches against Syria's Assad. This is a message to both Putin and Xi that he means business. Unfortunately, what Trump may not realize is that the Russians and Chinese control our domestic supply of clean energy through the supply of rare earths from China and Uranium from Russia. At any time they can squeeze the supply from China or Kazakhstan forcing the EU, Japan and US to grovel for these critical metals. Meanwhile, the Chinese and Russians are manipulating their currencies lower causing major trade deficits. The cheap commodities comes at a huge cost as our major mining and manufacturing centers in North America have been shuttered over the past 3 decades. Another major concern is that the US is unable to keep up with the cybersecurity issues from China and Russia where there has been breaches into banks and government offices. Its ridiculous we use to be the leader in high tech and mining. The rare earths are a US invention during a time of war coming out of the Manhattan Project. Unfortunately, our top technologies and mines were sent overseas unable to compete with China's slave labor and complete disregard for the environment. Its time we take our rare earth industry back and become a leader in mining and manufacturing once again. We can not sell our birthright for a pot of soup. How much longer will China control our rare earths? How long will our military and manufacturers be held hostage by the Chinese? Trump should say to Xi that the era of selling out the American middle class is over. We will mine and manufacture our own rare earths and restart our uranium mines right here in the North America. There are hearings in Washington DC to the Senate on this issue and I believe more will come out of this as their has been legislation introduced called the Metals Act. In the bill it discusses developing a secured supply chain for critical metals needed for our national defense. Last night all those missiles require rare earths to guide them. How can our military be dependent on the Chinese for these rare earths that go into fighter jets, drones, missiles...etc. We've seen a huge military buildup in the South China Seas. Any spark of hostility between China, North Korea and one of our allies and the rare earths can spike again. You see the rare earth prices lie dormant for years but there could be another spike like 2010. Maybe even greater this time as the Chinese are really running out of their own rare earths and need to look abroad. Take a look at one of the few rare earth survivors Commerce Resources $CCE.V $CMRZF which has been around since 2005. Its had a few runs in the past when rare earth prices took off and it may be ready to move again if investors look towards rare earths once again. There are not many rare earth companies left, but Commerce has survived because of the support of the Quebec government and the world class grades. The issue is infrastructure at it is in Northern Quebec not metallurgy or grade. However, the Quebec Government appears to be taking an interest leading the last financing. I hope this could be the beginning of major support to get rare earth mining started again in Quebec. Some of the other companies Resources Quebec invested in is Stornoway Diamond where they helped finance a long haul road. This support could be a game changer for Commerce. Plus they are looking into wind power which other mines up in Northern Quebec use such as Glencore and Debeers. I would like to highlight a little unknown fact about Commerce in that they have a binding MOU with Glencore. Commerce's deposit will have also flurospar which mostly comes from China so there is some great possibilities with this 12 year old company trading at lows. It may grow up soon with the Quebec investment and have some positive news going forward. I hope by the time its bar mitzvah at 13 it will have matured to a higher level. Disclosure: I own shares and warrants in Commerce Resources and they are a website sponsor which means I have a conflict of interest as I have been compensated. Please be aware this is an advertisement and not financial advice. I am not a financial advisor. This contains forward looking statements which may not come to fruition. Remember junior mining is risky and one can lose his entire investment. Buyer Beware of the conflict of interest and do your own due diligence.
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A Geological Shortage of Gold Is Here
 
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Get the Details on this Gold Play Here: http://FutureMoneyTrends.com/gold
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Hand Mucking Competition
 
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Hand mucking competition during the 59th ANMSEC. APEX vs Carrascal.
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UP unveils its R50m Virtual Reality Centre for Mine Design
 
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From Creamer Media in Johannesburg, this is the Real Economy Report. The R50-million Kumba Iron Ore Virtual Reality Centre for Mine Design has opened at the University of Pretoria. Ilan Solomons attended the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy’s recent Virtual Reality conference, where delegates were given a tour of the new facility and filed this report.
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TOMz 7 - Episode 71: Mining
 
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Mining is the source of great wealth for many, but how exactly does this industry work? The TOMz team sets out to answer this and many other questions. @TOMZ_SABC1 www.facebook.com/pages/TOMZ Fuelled by SABC Education and produced by I Love That productions, Teenagers on a Mission (TOMz) is a funky, creative and innovative exploration of South African Society today. TOMz was introduced to South African audiences in 2010, and by presenting in an array of South Africa’s vernacular languages, it has achieved its goal of exposing career paths for the youth of today to create a skilled and educated South Africa. For more information on TOMz, please visit our website www.tomz.co.za We are always searching for amazing, innovative, informative and educational content! Catch TOMz every Monday and Tuesday at 16:00 on SABC 1! Watch the full episode here on SABC YouTube directly after the normal TV broadcast at 16:30. join us then!
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Otis Gold's chief highlights "clear potential" to increase size and grade of Kilgore
 
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Craig Lindsay, founder and CEO at Otis Gold Corp (CVE:OOO) the Canadian-based mineral exploration company whose main asset is the Kilgore Gold Mine Project in Idaho discusses its drilling campaign activity with Proactive Investors. "So the main thrust of what we are seeing with our drill results this year is that there is clear potential to increase the size and grade of the Kilgore deposit," he says.
Minecraft: TerraFirmaCraft - Episode 5
 
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What is TerraFirmaCraft? TerraFirmaCraft, created by Bioxx, is a complete rework of Minecraft survival. The world generation is very different from vanilla Minecraft, featuring a wide variety of environments, stone layers, and vegetation, and the technology tree is much richer, encompassing pottery, stone working, metallurgy and much more. This mod is designed to make Minecraft survival more challenging and complex, while still being fun to play. ________________________________________________ Download and play the mod for yourself at http://terrafirmacraft.com/ ________________________________________________ For future videos subscribe: http://youtube.com/omgchad My twitter: http://twitter.com/omgchad My other Minecraft show: http://youtube.com/omgcraft Sometimes a stream: http://twitch.tv/omgchad ________________________________________________ Music by Approaching Nirvana http://youtube.com/user/approachingnirvana Song: Forest of Wonder iTunes: http://bit.ly/2Zyx5p Amazon: http://bit.ly/3EiBk5
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UTEP Headlines Newscast 04.05.13
 
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IT'S FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2013. HELLO, I'M VERONIQUE MASTERSON. WE HAVE EXCITING CHANGES, EVENTS AND *SPRING FOOTBALL* HAPPENING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO. ### STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 8TH, THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION WILL BEGIN UTILITY WORK ON SCHUSTER AVENUE THAT WILL LIMIT TRAFFIC TO ONE LANE IN EACH DIRECTION. SCHUSTER'S LANE REDUCTION IS FROM SUN BOWL DRIVE TO PROSPECT STREET AND WILL LAST UNTIL ABOUT MID MAY. THE WORK IS IN PREPARATION FOR THE SPUR 1966 PROJECT THAT WILL CONNECT PAISANO DRIVE TO SCHUSTER VIA A BRIDGE OVER INTERSTATE 10 NEAR THE YANDELL STREET OVERPASS. ON THE EAST SIDE OF I-10, THE OVERPASS WILL MERGE INTO A RAISED, TWO-LANE ROUNDABOUT SOUTHWEST OF THE SCHUSTER PARKING GARAGE. A WALKWAY UNDERNEATH THE ROUNDABOUT WILL GIVE PEDESTRIANS SAFE PASSAGE FROM THE PARKING LOTS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF SCHUSTER AVENUE TO THE UTEP CAMPUS. THE UTILITY WORK WILL NOT AFFECT ACCESS TO THE SCHUSTER PARKING GARAGE OR THE P-4 PERIMETER PARKING LOT OFF OF SCHUSTER. ONCE THE UTILITY WORK IS COMPLETED, THE NEXT PHASE OF THE PROJECT WILL BEGIN. MAKE SURE TO CHECK ONTHEMOVE.UTEP.EDU FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION. ### WE'RE COUNTING DOWN TO 2014, WHEN UTEP WILL PROUDLY CELEBRATE ITS 100th ANNIVERSARY. THIS SIGNIFICANT MILESTONE WILL BE MARKED BY A VARIETY OF COMMEMORATIVE EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES TO CELEBRATE UTEP'S DISTINGUISHED PAST, SHOWCASE OUR CURRENT STRENGTHS, AND ANTICIPATE OUR BRIGHT FUTURE. ON APRIL 16, 2013, THE UTEP FAMILY WILL GATHER IN AUSTIN TO COMMEMORATE THE ROLES OF THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE AND THE GOVERNOR IN ENACTING SENATE BILL 183 (1913) TO AUTHORIZE THE TEXAS STATE SCHOOL OF MINES AND METALLURGY. LATER THAT EVENING THERE WILL BE A RECEPTION FOR MEMBERS OF THE UTEP EXTENDED FAMILY, ALUMNI AND FRIENDS. WE HOPE YOU'LL JOIN US IN AUSTIN, AND THROUGHOUT 2014. FOR MORE ON THE CENTENNIAL VISIT UTEP100YEARS.COM. ### THIS WEEKEND NASA'S SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS AND AEROSPACE ACADEMY, HOUSED AT UTEP, WILL HOST A FAMILY EVENT FOR CHILDREN TO LEARN ABOUT SPACE EXPLORATION. UTEP ALUMNUS AND FORMER NASA ASTRONAUT DANNY OLIVAS, WILL BE SIGNING COPIES OF HIS NEW BOOK, "ENDEAVOUR'S LONG JOURNEY" ON SATURDAY, APRIL 6. THE BOOK CHRONICLES THE HISTORY, PATH AND EXPLORATION OF THE SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOUR. THE EVENT WILL BE FROM 9:30 A.M. TO 12:30 P.M. AT THE GENE RODDENBERRY PLANETARIUM ON BOEING DRIVE. MORE THAN 2,500 CHILDREN FROM THE REGION ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN HANDS-ON ACTIVITIES, DEMONSTRATIONS AND GAMES RELATED TO SPACE EXPLORATION. ### MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE NEXT CENTENNIAL LECTURE WITH RICHARD FISHER. HE IS THE PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS. FISHER'S PRESENTATION IS TITLED "AN ECONOMIC & MONETARY POLICY OUTLOOK." HIS CENTENNIAL LECTURE WILL BE AT 3 P.M. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10 IN ROOM 128 OF THE UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING CENTER. ### AND FINALLY, A NEW ERA OF UTEP FOOTBALL BEGINS WHEN UTEP HOLDS ITS ANNUAL SPRING FOOTBALL GAME ON FRIDAY, APRIL 12 AT SUN BOWL STADIUM. NEW HEAD COACH SEAN KUGLER BRINGS A CERTAIN TOUGHNESS TO THE TEAM THAT FANS WON'T WANT TO MISS. KICKOFF FOR THE SPRING GAME IS 7 P.M., WITH AN AUTOGRAPH SESSION AFTER THE GAME. ADMISSION IS FREE! MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE TAILGATE AT 6 P.M. WHERE THERE'LL BE LOTS OF FREE GIVEAWAYS. ### FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THESE AND OTHER STORIES, CHECK OUT UTEPNEWS.COM. I'M VERONIQUE MASTERSON. WE'LL SEE YOU NEXT FRIDAY. GO MINERS! ###
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16 August 2011 Rare Element Resources rings the NYSE Opening Bell
 
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Rare Element Resources Ltd. (NYSE Amex-Listed REE), a mineral resource company focused on exploration and development of rare-earth elements and gold, visits the NYSE to mark the company's first anniversary of its dual listing on NYSE Amex and the Toronto Stock Exchange (NYSE Amex: REE, TSE: RES). In honor of the occasion, President and CEO Donald Ranta rings The Opening BellSM. About Rare Element Resources: Rare Element Resources Ltd (TSX: RES & NYSE-AMEX: REE) is a publicly traded mineral resource company focused on exploration and development of rare-earth elements and gold on the Bear Lodge property. Rare-earth elements are key components of the green energy technologies and other high-technology applications. Some of the major applications include hybrid automobiles, plug-in electric automobiles, advanced wind turbines, computer hard drives, compact fluorescent light bulbs, metal alloys, additives in ceramics and glass, petroleum cracking catalysts, and a number of critical military applications. China currently produces more than 95% of the 130,000 metric tonnes of rare-earths consumed annually worldwide, and China has been reducing its exports of rare earths each year. The rare-earth market is growing rapidly, and is projected to accelerate if the green technologies are implemented on a broad scale. (Source: Rare Element Resources) Link to related URL : http://www.rareelementresources.com/
Sentusys™ - Brings Industry 4.0 into process industry
 
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Until recently, decision-making has often relied on rules of thumb, guessing and estimating. Today, we can collect data and utilize data for better decision-making, both in business and in our society. Industrial IoT and big data helps us achieve better oversight of the physical processes. Sandvik Materials Technology takes a leading position in digitalization with Sentusys™ intelligent tube system. With integrated sensors and big data, industrial processes can run safer and more reliable. Learn more, watch the film. https://www.materials.sandvik/en/products/services/digital-monitoring/intelligent-tube-system/
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Victoria Gold CEO John McConnell on the Yukon's Next Operating Gold Mine
 
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Victoria Gold (TSXV:VIT) CEO John McConnell spoke to the Investing News Network at the 2015 PDAC conference in Toronto about their "large, undeveloped, fully permitted gold asset in the Yukon" called the Eagle Gold Project. In 2015, Victoria Gold is focusing on exploration at the Olive zone, as well as exploration drilling and metallurgical work on the Shamrock Zone, 500m to the north of Olive. Mr. McConnell also says that the Company hopes to produce an updated feasibility study on Olive. "Our treasury currently sits at $17 million, which will easily take us through to 2018," adds Mr. McConnell. Victoria Gold's Eagle Gold Project is located within the Company's 100% owned Dublin Gulch Property in the Mayo Mining District of Central Yukon Territory, Canada. In February 2012, a Feasibility Study on Eagle Gold was released, highlighting 2,300,768 oz in probable gold reserves, 212,000 oz average annual gold production in the first 5 years, and an operating cost per ounce of US $542 in the first 5 years. First production is expected in 2016 following a two year construction phase. The Eagle Gold Project has completed the Environment Assessment process and has constructed and continues to maintain a 100 person all-season camp at the project site.
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Power Minister's Meeting On Coal Shortage
 
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Power minister RK Singh today held a meeting with all state Power Ministers and officials urging them to be ready with 24/7 power supply by the end of the year. He further addressed the power shortage and the states can import coal if it's necessary. Anshu Sharma reports.
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Stria Lithium Inc. President Julien Davy (TSX-V:SRA)
 
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Stria Lithium (TSX VENTURE: SRA) owns the Pontax spodumene lithium property in Northern Quebec and the Willcox brine lithium property in Southeastern Arizona. As announced in January 2014, Stria is developing proprietary, in-house processing technologies for both projects with the purpose of reducing costs on an environmentally sustainable basis. Stria's technologies, based on recovering lithium metal directly from ore and from brine liquids, will be more efficient, will require fewer controls, less chemistry and require less energy from compact facilities designed to enable easy automation.
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DMC Lecture: Finding Useful Minerals and Mining on Mars
 
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Del Mar College Natural Science Lecture with W. Vernon Kramer. Finding Useful Mineral and Mining on Mars Isn't Easy. Recorded February 15, 2008
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Launch of Development Partner Framework
 
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December 12, 2014 Kellogg Innovation Network Launches Development Partner Framework to Inspire Mining for Good New York, NY - As part of its Mining Company of the Future initiative, the Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) at the Kellogg School of Management, held a high-profile event today to launch the Development Partner Framework (DPF). The framework seeks to inspire and support the mining industry to adopt a new way of thinking and a new approach to how it secures, nurtures and progressively revitalizes its social license to operate. “Society's expectations of the mining industry continue to increase and there is a growing recognition in the industry that incremental improvements to how we run our business are not enough,” said Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive of Anglo American. “Our aspiration is to fundamentally change the extractive business model of the mining industry from insular and reactive, to an integrated and proactive development partner, delivering on economic, environmental and social shared purpose.” Held at the offices of the Ford Foundation, the program was attended by 100 leaders from business, NGO, government, investor, academic, indigenous and community organizations. It began with a welcome from the Ford Foundation President, Darren Walker and featured a keynote address by Mark Cutifani who is co-chair of the KIN Catalyst mining initiative. A diverse panel followed, moderated by Peter Bryant, Senior Fellow at the KIN and consisting of Mark Cutifani, Rev. Séamus P. Finn, OMI (OIP Investment Trust, Chair of Board, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility), Ray Offenheiser (CEO, Oxfam America) and Mark Podlasly (Senior Advisor, First Nations Energy and Mining Council and Member, Nlaka’pamux Nation). According to Mark Podlasly, the vision for the Development Partner Framework comes “from a deep sense of shared purpose to promote healthy relationships with local communities, flourishing ecosystems and sustainable economic growth. We believe this can be a catalyst for economic sustainability and promote a healthy planet for all.” “Sustainability can no longer be seen as a constraint to growth or pursued only by large organizations whose main approach is reactive and focused on satisfying the reporting requirements of local communities and governments,” says Diego Areces, Mining, Minerals and Metals Segment President at Schneider Electric. “It is becoming a differentiating competitive advantage that concerns every stakeholder, including customers and shareholders, and it won't be long before sustainability is as important as any other financial variable.” Miners must embrace this new mindset and also apply it to the development of their internal strategies for exploration, development, operations and closure. “Without a step change in innovation investment, mining will not be able to meet the expectations of society,” says Henk Beukman, global business director of Mining and Metallurgy Solutions for 3M. “We plan to use science and our technological expertise to develop game-changing solutions to move the industry forward.” “As leaders, we have an opportunity and more importantly a responsibility, to set our industry on a new path that will transform its future,” remarked Peter Bryant who is co-chairing the efforts. “We’ve brought together a creative coalition of leaders across multiple sectors of society. Over the past two years, they’ve helped us set a new direction for the mining industry and we’re excited to bring new players into the conversation through today’s event.” The Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) is excited to announce the public launch of the Development Partner Framework (DPF) as a road map for the mining industry to adopt a new approach to how it secures, nurtures and progressively revitalizes its social license to operate. More information describing the Development Partner Framework can be found at www.kinglobal.org. About the Kellogg Innovation Network The Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) at the Kellogg School of Management is a platform for on-going collaboration between Kellogg faculty, corporate innovation leaders and government officials. Founded in 2003, the KIN facilitates strategy and management dialogue to promote innovation-led growth and build long-term value. Through events like KIN Dialogues, KIN Global Summits, KIN Catalysts and KIN Expeditions, we are building a global network of thought leaders who have the collective ability to advance the global prosperity agenda. Rather than delivering lectures, Kellogg faculty members act as facilitators during KIN events and engage in collaborative research with our executive colleagues on topics of interest to our partner companies and the global business community.
Quest Rare Minerals CEO Clips
 
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Peter Cashin, President and CEO, describes the Strange Lake project in Northern Quebec as being one of the largest rare earth deposits in the world and discusses plans for production. Listed under the symbol QRM: TSX.V and QRM: NYSE Amex CEO Clips produced this 90 second corporate profile on this publicly traded company.
NioCorp CEO Mark Smith Discusses the Company's Scandium Sales Contract with Traxys North America
 
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NioCorp Developments Ltd. (TSX: NB; OTCQX: NIOBF; and FSE: BR3) is pleased to announce that it has signed a commercial sales agreement with Traxys North America LLC for up to 120 tonnes of scandium trioxide over the first 10 years of operation of NioCorp’s planned Elk Creek Critical Minerals Project (the “Project”) in Nebraska. The contract presupposes the Company securing project financing, obtaining all necessary approvals, and constructing a mine and processing facility at Elk Creek. NioCorp CEO Mark Smith comments on the news in this video. Neither TSX nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this video. Certain statements contained in this video may constitute forward-looking statements, including but not limited to NioCorp’s ability to produce scandium in sufficient quantifies and quality to meet the requirements of Traxys and other customers; Traxys’ ability to sell NioCorp’s scandium products; the forecast demand for scandium by industries such as aerospace, and the future size and growth of global scandium markets. Such forward-looking statements are based upon NioCorp’s reasonable expectations and business plan at the date hereof, which are subject to change depending on economic, political and competitive circumstances and contingencies. Readers are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause a change in such assumptions and the actual outcomes and estimates to be materially different from those estimated or anticipated future results, achievements or position expressed or implied by those forward-looking statements. Risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause NioCorp’s plans or prospects to change include the following: risks related to our ability to operate as a going concern; our requirement of significant additional capital; our limited operating history; changes in economic valuations of the Elk Creek Project, such as net present value calculations, changes or disruptions in the securities markets; our history of losses; cost increases for our exploration and, if warranted, development projects; feasibility study results; mineral exploration and production activities; our lack of mineral production from our properties; the results of our metallurgical testing; the price volatility of commodities; estimates of mineral resources and reserves; changes in mineral resource and reserve estimates; differences in United States and Canadian reserve and resource reporting; our exploration activities being unsuccessful; our ability to obtain permits and licenses for production; government and environmental regulations that may increase our costs of doing business or restrict our operations; proposed legislation that may significantly affect the mining industry; land reclamation requirements; competition in the mining industry; the difficulties of handling the disposal of mine water at our Elk Creek Project; equipment and supply shortages; current and future joint ventures and partnerships; our ability to attract qualified management; the ability to enforce judgment against certain of our Directors; currency fluctuations; claims on the title to our properties; surface access on our properties; potential future litigation; our lack of insurance covering all our operations; covenants contained in agreements with our secured creditors that may affect our assets; the extent to which our level of indebtedness may impair our ability to obtain additional financing; our status as a “passive foreign investment company” under the United States Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; our Common Shares, including price volatility, lack of dividend payments, dilution and penny stock rules; and our status as an “emerging growth company” and the impact of related reduced reporting requirements on our ability to attract investors; and the risks set forth under the heading “Risk Factors” in the Company’s S-1 registration statement and other filings with the SEC at www.sec.gov. NioCorp disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. Unless stated otherwise, information of a scientific or technical nature in this presentation regarding the Elk Creek Superalloy Project is summarized, derived or extracted from, the technical report entitled: “Revised NI 43-101 Technical Report Feasibility Study Elk Creek Niobium Project Nebraska” effective June 30, 2017 and dated December 15, 2017. The technical report has been filed under the Company’s issuer profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com and on EDGAR at www.sec.gov.
Marchese on Texas Rare Earth Resources Win-Win Uranium Offtake Agreement with Areva
 
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April 15, 2015 — Tracy Weslosky, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of InvestorIntel speaks to Anthony Marchese, Chairman of Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp. (OTCQX: TRER) about the recent offtake agreement with Areva that Jack Lifton described as a ‘game changer’ in an interview published earlier this week. They also discuss the 'big deal' Texas Rare Earth Resources recently announced with K-Technologies as a strategic partner in a rare earth processing technology and the interview last month with their Advisory Board member Dan McGroarty on CBS ‘60 Minutes’. Tracy Weslosky: Anthony, you've been working so hard. I've known you for a couple of years and you had a lot of big news. Let's start with the AREVA announcement. Can you tell us, from your perspective, what this announcement really means? Anthony Marchese: Well, first of all, we've known of each other, that is AREVA and Texas Rare Earth, for the last four or five years. Dan Gorski, our CEO, has had them down to the site. What people I think don't realize is companies of the magnitude and size of AREVA do not sign these type of agreements unless they've done a significant amount of due diligence. The uranium offtake agreement is, in our opinion, a validation of the project, of the K-tech process, which is what we have been using to extract the uranium. It's a win-win, which frankly those are the best types of deals. Everybody comes out a winner. Tracy Weslosky: Okay. I think I liked Christopher Eccelstone's article about, not only the deal, but he drew our audience's attention to the fact that Dan Gorski is actually quite the uranium expert. Can you just tell us a little bit more about this? I'd like to give Mr. Gorski a few accolades here because he does understand rare earths and he has been involved in uranium. Anthony Marchese: Yes. Well, just to make this concise, Dan is an incredibly talented individual and his background is not just in geology, copper, uranium, but he's also basically a member just as well. It's a rare breed that can combine both metallurgy and geology. I give him a tremendous amount of credit for recognizing opportunities, like AREVA, recognizing opportunities in the metallurgical space, for example, related to our heap leach process. Dan is just a great individual. Tracy Weslosky: I think I'm purposely brining up one of the members of your team so that I can ask you this next question, which has to do with the fact did you not have one of your advisory board members speak to the rare earth market on ‘60 Minutes’ here this last month? Anthony Marchese: Yes, absolutely. Dan McGroarty, who's an advisory board member for the last year, was extensively interviewed by ‘60 Minutes’. We're tremendously proud of it. Obviously ‘60 Minutes’ has policies against mentioning small cap --- microcap names so he was not able to be identified specifically as a Texas Rare Earth advisory board member. I think it speaks to the quality of and knowledge, not just of Dan McGroarty, but of our entire board of directors and advisory board members. As you know, we've added people, like Jack Lifton, one of your writers, who has a worldly perspective on the sector, as well Eric Noyrez, former CEO of Lynas Corp, who was built the largest rare earth facility outside of China. Tracy Weslosky: Obviously, you know, the excellent board members and the caliber of the team you have is a direct credit to what you're actually doing and the benchmarks you're achieving for Texas Rare Earth Resources. Of course, I noticed the big deal you made with K-Technologies for this rare earth processing technology. I don't think that people have really taken notice of it the way…for the rest of the interview, click here Disclaimer: Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp. (OTCQX: TRER) is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel.
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ABN Newswire Australian Market of September 9, 2010: Aspire (ASX:AKM) Confirms High Quality Coal
 
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Aspire Mining Limited's (ASX:AKM) initial raw coal quality testwork results continue to confirm high quality coal at Ovoot Coking Coal Project, located in the Khuvsgul Province in Northern Mongolia. Raw coal results to date are consistent with high quality metallurgical coals in both the upper and lower coal seams. Aspire today announced the results of coal quality testwork conducted on 62 samples at the SGS Laboratories in Tianjin, China. These 62 samples reflect sampling from 3 holes, DH 218, 210 and 220 from the company's JORC Compliant Coal Resource Drilling Programme which commenced in late April 2010. WA nickel explorer Condor Nickel Limited (ASX:CNK) exploration drilling continues to indicate the potential for a significant iron ore resource at its Dingo Range Project. Recent work at Dingo Range has included drilling and additional surface rock chip sampling, the geology of the Target Areas includes a Banded Iron Formation which has significant continuity within the Dingo Range greenstone belt and is the probable source of the secondary iron surface enrichment. The Dingo Range project is located some 450 kilometres north of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and 150 kilometres south east of Wiluna. Mirabela Nickel Limited (TSX:MNB) (ASX:MBN) has priced an institutional bookbuild to raise US$165 million. The Global Offer is being privately placed with institutional investors in Australia, Canada and internationally and was priced at A$1.60 (C$1.52) per share. The successful completion of this equity raising will materially reduce the Company's financial indebtedness and provide Mirabela with a strong platform for future growth, and will also allow Mirabela to move forward with the continued ramp-up of operations at Santa Rita, commented Ian Purdy, CEO. IMX Resources Limited (ASX:IXR) has reported new nickel-copper intersections from 2010 diamond drilling completed at the Nachingwea project in southern Tanzania. The project is a 30:70 Joint Venture between IMX Resources and Continental Nickel Limited (CVE:CNI) of Canada. These new intersections have extended the previously defined Ntaka Hill Ni-Cu sulphide mineralisation beyond the boundaries of the 2009 Mineral Resource model. The 2010 diamond drilling programme at Nachingwea is now complete with 36 holes drilled for a total of 4,988.8 metres of diamond core.
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Jean-Sébastien Lavallée Rose Tantalium Lithium Project Critical Element Corp PDAC 2014
 
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Critical Elements Corporation is a Canadian mining exploration company whose objective is to create value for its shareholders by acquiring promising projects that can be brought into production in the short term. The Company is focused on the rare metals and rare earths, particularly tantalum. It has achieved its objective with the Rose tantalum-lithium project, which is currently at the advanced exploration stage. Based on the work programs developed and positive results, Critical Elements Corporation is aiming to put the Rose project into production rapidly. Rose is one of several promising projects in this sector, most notably the rare earths projects in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia and the rare earths and tantalum-niobium projects in Quebec. The Company looks for projects that could increase its tantalum resources and enable it to become the largest tantalum producer in North America. - See more at: http://www.cecorp.ca/
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Russia keen to tap India as Global Aeronautics manufacturing base
 
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Russia keen to tap India as Global Aeronautics manufacturing base Russia keen to tap India as Global Aeronautics manufacturing base Russia is ready to tap India as a global aeronautics manufacturing base and is willing to partner local firms in developing their technological and production capabilities in the aviation sector, an official representing a delegation from the country said during bilateral talks held here. India, on its part, expressed eagerness to jointly develop iron ore and coal mines in Russian territory and sought technical inputs on producing high-grade cold-rolled, grain-oriented steel, typically used in power transmission equipment. Ramesh Abhishek, secretary, department of industrial policy and promotion in the ministry of commerce and industry, led the bilateral talks held under the aegis of an India-Russia working group on modernization and industrial co-operation. The Russian delegation was headed by the deputy minister of industry and trade Alexander Potapov. While both sides acknowledged their mutual interest in expanding bilateral cooperation between Russian and Indian companies in different sectors, more focused discussions were held on modernization, mining, fertilisers and civil aviation. Civil aviation “In the civil aviation sector, Russian side declared its readiness to participate in the Make in India program in order to develop technological and production capabilities of the Indian side in this field and potential supplies of the jointly produced equipment to third countries,” according to a statement issued by the commerce and industry ministry. The Russians also reiterated their interest in the possible participation of Russian companies in the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor. In mining and metallurgy, the two sides agreed to exchange information on potential areas for co-operation in view of India’s request to develop coal fields and iron ore mines in Russia, according to the statement. Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/aqsZLK View More Videos On Website: https://goo.gl/ruL0lz Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #marocscommandos, #insvikramadityar33ship
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Zeitgeist: Moving Forward  #DocumentaryFilms spread
 
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Lithium Extraction From Oil Wells. Jared Lazerson (XMG:CSE) - December 18, 2017
 
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New Cleantech to Revolutionize Lithium Industry Jared Lazerson is President & CEO of MGX Minerals Inc. Guest's website: https://www.mgxminerals.com/ Read the Latest News: https://www.mgxminerals.com/investors/news/2017/302-mgx-minerals-commences-exploration-and-permitting-at-kootenay-and-wonah-silicon-projects-metallurgy-process-design-for-testing-of-solar-grade-silicon-applicability-completed.html Questions? Email [email protected] or phone 604.681.7735 Produced by https://www.HoweStreet.com Stay Informed! Receive our Weekly Recap of thought provoking articles, podcasts and radio delivered to your inbox for FREE! Sign up for the Weekly Recap on the homepage at https://www.HoweStreet.com
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Canadian company closes two Somerset County mine
 
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Reported by: Jackalyn Kovac SOMERSET, Pa. -- Over 100 people are without a job after a Canadian company decided to close two Somerset County mines. The company said coal prices are a seven-year low and these two mines weren't as profitable. After a merger last year, two Somerset County mines were placed under management review for closure. On Friday, both mines, Kimberly Run and Barbara mines, were closed and workers were told they no longer had a job. In a press release on the company's website Friday, they blamed weakness in global metallurgical coal markets as a reason to eliminate 130 jobs. The company said a number of other employees were transferred to neighboring mines that are also the least expensive to operate for the company ‚" the Casselman and the Quecreek. In that press release, the company's chief executive officer said: "We regret the need to take today's actions, however, we anticipate these moves will improve the overall construction of the Northern Appalachian Division while still maintaining premium, quality, metallurgical coal specifications." The number of jobs lost is about 25 percent of the company's Northern Appalachian Division. The company told 6 News they hope to rehire some of these workers once the prices of market goes back up.
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Critical Elements and Critical Materials—What is so Critical?
 
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Marc LeVier has an extensive background in the mining industry with more than 40 years experience. Mr. LeVier retired in 2011 after a long career at Newmont Mining Corporation, where he was the Global Director of Metallur-gical R&D. He has a B.S. and M.S. degree in Metallurgical Engineering from Michigan Technological University and in May 2015 was awarded an Honor-ary Doctorate of Science from Montana Tech. After Newmont Mr. LeVier be-came the CEO, President and Director of Texas Rare Earth Resources Corpora-tion and the CEO, President and Director of Great Western Minerals Group LTD.
European Uranium's (EUU.V) Kuriskova Project Critical For Slovakia and Europe's Energy Future
 
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http://goldstocktrades.com European Uranium (EUU.V) recently published a very intriguing pre-feasibility study which proved that it is one of the highest grade uranium deposits in the world. The project looks like it could be one of the lowest cost uranium producers. The pre-feasibility by Tetra Tech showed that they could produce uranium at under $23 a lb for the life of the mine. The study also showed the advanced engineering work which would leave a very small surface footprint of less than 12.5 acres and minimal impact on the environment. Slovakia is an excellent place to work and is very pro nuclear. Over 50% of Slovakia's power comes from nuclear yet they currently have no domestic supply of uranium. Slovakia has been supportive of foreign investment. In the last twenty years, Slovakia has become a major car manufacturer. Within less than 50 miles from the Kuriskova Project is U.S. Steel. This proves that Slovakia is supporting economic growth. In 2012, European Uranium is beginning their feasibility study advancing engineering, metallurgy and continuing exploration to look for high grade targets. The company will continue to work with Slovak entities to develop Kuriskova to completely supply Slovakia's uranium demand. Europe has 160 nuclear reactors and only has one operating mine. European Uranium could supply Slovakia and export uranium to neighboring countries. It is important to note that AREVA, the nuclear power giant in Europe is a significant shareholder and also providing technical expertise as European Uranium advances to production. The stocks is currently trading below what AREVA paid. Recently the company intersected double the expected grade in its first of three planned metallurgical drill holes at Kuriskova. "Kuriskova is recognized as one of the highest grade uranium deposits in the world," said Dorian L. (Dusty) Nicol, European Uranium's president and CEO. "This drill hole confirms the tremendous potential that Kuriskova has to grow beyond its already impressive resource." We expect EUU sooner rather than later to announce a major off-take arrangement with Slovakia or a Slovak entity. Read their recent press release by clicking the link below. http://www.euresources.com/s/news.asp?ReportID=533239
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Japan finds Huge deposits of rare earth metals
 
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Japan finds Huge deposits of rare earth metals http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minamitorishima
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Jean-François Meilleur, Vice-President of Critical Elements Corporation
 
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Jean-François Meilleur, Vice-President of Critical Elements Corporation, is interviewed by Stu Taylor, Business TalkRadio Network, Money Matters Network, Radio America Network, and contributor to the Fox Business Network at the HiAlpha Energy Investment Conference, April 25th, 2012.
Out of the Fiery Furnace - Episode 7 - The Age of Metals Can It Last
 
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From the Stone Age to the era of the silicon chip — metals and minerals have marked the milestones of our civilization. OUT OF THE FIERY FURNACE traces the story of civilization through the exploitation of metals, minerals and energy resources. Renowned radio and BBC television commentator Michael Charlton hosts seven, one-hour programs filmed in more than 50 different parts of the world. This very unusual public television series combines the disciplines of history, science, archeology and economics in order to explore the relationship between technology and society. The final episode in this series explores modern metal and energy resources, including the environmental destruction that comes as a result of our mining. Are there enough metals left on earth for all who need them? Where will we find energy sources in the years to come? New methods of energy and metal exploration are discussed with emphasis on the discovery of mineral reserves in Asia, which has produced yet another shift in world civilization, this time to the Pacific Basin. (60 minutes) VHS Cover: http://imgur.com/XVIHau7 Disclaimer: This video series, produced in 1986 by Opus Films is shown here for Educational Purposes. It includes footage of cultures in India, China, Near East, etc. and ancient methods of manufacturing metals. It is hoped that this information is useful for archival and educational purposes to viewers all across the world. The video is provided here under the Fair Use policy.

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