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Category: Mining News

There can be no green transition without critical raw materials

The longer the supply chain for critical raw materials the greater the risk and vulnerability to Europe's car manufacturers. The recently published draft of the...

Aluminium: the overlooked component of the Critical Raw Materials Act?

The long-awaited proposal for a Critical Raw Materials Act was published by the European Commission in March, initiating discussions on an overdue industrial agenda...

Mining the Gap to a Net-Zero Future

The transition to low-carbon energy will be a tremendous challenge. Not only do we need to ramp up clean-energy supply to replace fossil fuels,...

Raw material shortages: Nordic countries as key to EU supply?

The search for critical raw materials in Europe is well underway and many are looking to Nordic countries such as Sweden, Finland and Greenland...

Gabriel Resources Announces US$4.75 Million Private Placement

Gabriel Resources Ltd. announced that it has entered into definitive subscription agreements with certain investors in connection with a non-brokered private placement (the "Private...

European Energy Metals Announces Listing on Frankfurt Stock Exchange and Corporate Update

European Energy Metals Corp. announced its common shares have commenced trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange ("FSE") under the symbol "W28". The Company is...

Aurion stakes properties in northeastern Finland in quest for gold, lithium, phosphate and rare earth elements

Aurion Resources Ltd told investors it has staked properties covering over 1,000 square kilometres in northeastern Finland that are prospective for gold, lithium, phosphate...

Deal with Russia causes management walkout at Kazakh mining giant

The sale of a stake in the Budenovskoye mine in Kazakhstan to Russian power company Rosatom has resulted in a walkout by senior staff...

Global nations are interested in the development of Ukrainian titanium deposits

Global nations are interested in the development of Ukrainian titanium deposits, as the demand for the metal is growing especially after the exodus of...
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