Nouveau Monde Graphite Studies All-Electric Option for Open Pit Mine

Nouveau Monde Graphite Inc (NMG) of Montreal, QC intends to conduct a feasibility study in 2018 leading to the implementation of the first ever all-electric open-pit mine. The results of the study are expected to confirm the project’s economic viability and to determine how best to exploit its graphite deposit in Saint-Michel-des-Saints, QC. Eric Desaulniers,...

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MGX Files PEA for Magnesium Project

MGX Minerals Inc of Vancouver, BC has announced that it has filed with SEDAR a National Instrument 43-101 preliminary economic assessment (PEA) on its Driftwood Creek magnesium project in southern British Columbia. The study was prepared by AKF Mining Services Inc, Tuun Consulting Inc, and Samuel Engineering Inc. Volume 32, Issue 08...

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Commerce Resources Releases Sampling Results

Commerce Resources Corp of Vancouver, BC has released the results of recent prospecting and sampling throughout the Miranna Area, which forms part of its Niobium Claim Group in northern Quebec. Prospecting work in the area continues to identify numerous, well-mineralized boulders, with the 2017 program returning a peak niobium sample of 4.30% Nb2O5, 240 ppm...

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U.S. Government Seeks Comment on Critical Minerals

The U.S. Department of the Interior has announced that it is seeking public comment by March 19, 2018, on a draft list of 35 minerals considered critical to the economic and national security of the United States. The draft list, compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey, is as follows: aluminum, antimony, arsenic, barite, beryllium, bismuth,...

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Hudson Completes Initial Research for Cement Product Minus CO2

Hudson Resources Inc of Vancouver, BC has announced that it has completed initial research and development activities and confirmed that the White Mountain anorthosite can be used to make a CO2-free, heat-resistant, acid-resistant cement. The company believes that this cement has numerous potential applications including white or coloured architectural concrete, fibre-reinforced cement, refractory castable pieces,...

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