Source: Print Archives | 2014-03-05
VANCOUVER — It looks like financing will be the last hurdle for Coalspur Mines (TSX: CPT, US-OTC: CSPZF) at its Vista thermal coal project, 10 km east of the town of Hinton, Alta. On Feb. 27 the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) approved...
Source: Print Archives | 2014-02-26
Teck Resources (TSX: TCK.B; NYSE: TCK) saw its adjusted fourth-quarter and full-year profit both fall 44.5%, as lower commodity prices overshadowed strong production.
Source: Print Archives | 2014-02-19
On his second day on the job at Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE: CLF) three months ago, newly appointed president and chief operating officer Gary Halverson shelved the company’s $3.3-billion plan to build a chromite mine in the Ring of...
Source: Print Archives | 2014-02-12
Shares in Cleveland-based Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE: CLF) have been trading heavily since activist hedge-fund Casablanca Capital urged the company to spin off its international assets and implement other changes to boost...
Source: Print Archives | 2014-01-29
VANCOUVER — Shaanxi Coal Industry is preparing for its initial public offering (IPO) and expects to raise $1.6 billion by selling shares representing just 10% of the company. It’s a good reminder that coal is still big business in...
Source: Print Archives | 2014-01-08
Sherritt International (TSX: S) is firming up its balance sheet and putting itself in a position to take advantage of perceived low prices for non-coal mining assets.
Source: Daily News | 2014-01-02
Analysts at Macquarie Commodities Research in London and Beijing have totted-up the final numbers for 2013 and conclude in a research note published Jan. 2 that of all the precious and base metals, palladium posted the largest year-on-year...
Source: Print Archives | 2013-12-11
Morien Resources (TSXV: MOX; US-OTC: APMCF) is three steps closer to putting the massive Donkin coal deposit into production next year.
Source: Print Archives | 2013-11-27
The Alberta government has slapped an environmental-protection order on Coal Valley Resources and Sherritt International (TSX: S) after last month’s waste-water spill in the Athabasca River.
Source: Print Archives | 2013-10-09
VANCOUVER — The Huguenot project in northeastern B.C. could become a metallurgical coal operation, according to a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) from project owner Colonial Coal International (TSXV: CAD).