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European Energy Metals Cheers EU Critical Minerals Policy

European Energy Metals Corp. noted the continued inclusion of lithium in the European Union's Critical Minerals and Metals List. The new list identifies the...

European Metals Holdings Buys Land in Czech Republic for $44 Mln for New Lithium Plant

European Metals Holdings said Friday that its 49%-owned subsidiary Geomet has bought land for $44 million at Czech industrial site Dukla to construct a...

Lykos Metals finds new gold deposits at Bosnia project

Lykos Balkan Metals, part of Australian battery metals explorer Lykos Metals Ltd, said on Thursday it had found new large gold deposits at its...

Is gold fever taking over in Serbia?

Such intensive, almost reckless exploitation of copper and precious metals in Serbia requires a serious consideration of the consequences that arise, not only from...

Serbia, Is gold laying under the dust?

At more than 30 locations in Serbia, about fifteen companies are currently looking for gold in our country, and research is also being done...

The political tailwinds driving European lithium development

European Metals Holdings Limited Executive Chairman Keith Coughlan discusses the European demand for lithium and the scale of the company's Cinovec project. Tim McGowen: We're...

Metinvest eyes Europe DRI supply opportunity

Metinvest believes direct reduced iron supply is a new opportunity for Ukraine’s steel sector, given the development of a green steel market in Europe,...

Mundoro reports Profitable Q1-2023 Financial Results and Progress Update for Exploration Programs

Teo Dechev, CEO commented: “Mundoro has built a diversified, copper focused, exploration portfolio generating payments to the Company which exceed the corporate expenses resulting...

China’s Naipu Mining Machinery plans to build factory in Serbia

China’s Naipu Mining Machinery is planning to build a factory in Serbia’s eastern city of Zajecar, the local government said. Local government officials agreed on...
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