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businessinsider.com - Lakshmi Varanasi - A newly-discovered Albanian mine could be important hydrogen source
A newly-discovered Albanian mine could be important hydrogen source
Business Insider

GENT SHKULLAKU/Getty Images A team of researchers recently discovered a massive reservoir of hydrogen in a mine in Albania. Its concentrations of hydrogen are so high that it has caused explosions and killed miners. The reservoir could be a…

scmp.com - Bloomberg - China slump turns Fortescue from world-beating mining stock to big loser
China slump turns Fortescue from world-beating mining stock to big loser
South China Morning Post

Commodities Get more with myNEWS A personalised news feed of stories that matter to you Shares of Perth-based iron ore miner has declined 10 per cent this year; the metal lost 10 per cent of its value in February The metal contributes about 91 per…

bloomberg.com - Jacob Lorinc - Uranium Firms Revive Forgotten Mines as Price of Nuclear Fuel Soars
Uranium Firms Revive Forgotten Mines as Price of Nuclear Fuel Soars
Bloomberg.com

US miners are emboldened by uranium's 112% rally last year Uranium to be a hot topic at PDAC mining event in Toronto Across the US and allied countries, owners of left-for-dead uranium mines are restarting operations to capitalize on rising demand…

bbc.co.uk - Kent's mining community recall strike 40 years on - BBC News
Kent's mining community recall strike 40 years on - BBC News
BBC

In 1984 Kent miners joined a national strike that was to become the biggest industrial dispute in post-war Britain. Three Kent pits - Snowdown, Tilmanstone and Betteshanger - were in operation in 1984 when the 54-week dispute began. Protests were…

smh.com.au - Georgina McKay and Paul-Alain Hunt - Mining star Fortescue turns biggest loser, thanks to China slump
Mining star Fortescue turns biggest loser, thanks to China slump
The Sydney Morning Herald

The world's fourth-largest iron ore miner is tipped for the greatest earnings slowdown over the next year compared with peers BHP, Rio Tinto and Brazil's Vale, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Shares of the Australian firm founded by…

indianexpress.com - Aggam Walia - Indian companies eye critical minerals mining in Sri Lanka, Australia as Mines Ministry expands search beyond South America
Indian companies eye critical minerals mining in Sri Lanka, Australia as Mines Ministry expands search beyond South America
The Indian Express

The Ministry of Mines hosted two meetings with industry stakeholders in January to discuss opportunities for the mining of critical minerals by Indian companies in Sri Lanka and Australia. These meetings were organised in line with the ministry's…

hurriyetdailynews.com - 2 engineers arrested over landslide at Erzincan mine - Türkiye News
2 engineers arrested over landslide at Erzincan mine - Türkiye News
hurriyetdailynews.com

In the latest development in the investigation into a landslide at a mine in the eastern province of Erzincan, two engineers from the operating company have been arrested, bringing the total number of arrests to eight. Nine workers were trapped…

gazette.com - Sonja Oliver
Pikes Peak Courier - Newmont looking to sell Cripple Creek & Victor mine
Newmont looking to sell Cripple Creek & Victor mine
Colorado Springs Gazette

In a Feb. 22, 2024 press release, Newmont Mining Corporation announced their intention to “divest” of the Cripple Creek and Victor Mine in “key actions that together will deliver on (Newmont's) clear and consistent…

france24.com - Venezuela military evicts hundreds from illegal gold mine
Venezuela military evicts hundreds from illegal gold mine
FRANCE 24

The group included 131 minors evicted from the Bulla Loca mine in the Bolivar state in the Amazon region, general Domingo Hernandez Larez of the armed forces' operational command said in a message on X. He did not provide a time frame. Evictions…

fortune.com - Jacob Lorinc - Left-for-dead uranium mines are being revived as prices soar, countries eye nuclear power to address climate change
Left-for-dead uranium mines are being revived as prices soar, countries eye nuclear power to address climate change
Fortune

Across the US and allied countries, owners of left-for-dead uranium mines are restarting operations to capitalize on rising demand for the nuclear fuel. Subscribe to unlock this article and get full access to Fortune.com Across the US and allied…

bloomberg.com - Doug Alexander - Five Key Charts to Watch in Global Commodity Markets This Week
Five Key Charts to Watch in Global Commodity Markets This Week
Bloomberg.com

As mining enthusiasts converge on Toronto for one of the industry's biggest global gatherings, lithium and uranium companies will vie for investors' attention. US natural gas is on a losing streak. Oil spreads are rallying. And renewable jet fuel…

forbes.com - Sean Stein Smith - What Investors Should Know About This Bitcoin Bull Market
What Investors Should Know About This Bitcoin Bull Market
Forbes

Bitcoin BTC investors and crypto investors more broadly are no stranger to volatility, and 2024 has proven to be a year that continues to reinforce that narrative. With the approval of spot bitcoin ETFs, the possibility of spot ether ETFs soon…

nottinghampost.com - Oliver Pridmore - How 'worst-case scenarios' are prevented at former Notts pits
How 'worst-case scenarios' are prevented at former Notts pits
Nottinghamshire Live

This year marks 40 years since the beginning of the 1984-1985 miners' strike, a protracted dispute that changed the face of coalfield communities throughout Britain forever. With this important anniversary falling on March 6, Nottinghamshire Live…

express.co.uk - Alessandra Scotto di Santolo - Inside the European city nicknamed 'the Abyss' because it's sinking into the ground
Inside the European city nicknamed 'the Abyss' because it's sinking into the ground
Express.co.uk

Kiruna in Sweden is sinking because of mining The Swedish city of Kiruna, established around 125 years ago, is facing an unprecedented challenge as it gradually sinks into the ground due to mining activities. In response to the imminent danger of…

bbc.co.uk - The place that lost its coal but not its soul - BBC News
The place that lost its coal but not its soul - BBC News
BBC

One is home to world-famous fashion retailer, the other feels forgotten - this is the differing tale of two coal communities now the mines have gone. More than 4,500 people work at Asos's distribution centre in Grimethorpe - more than that who live…

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