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 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2014: A quiet year for Alaska explorers

Mineral exploration spending in Alaska will likely struggle to top US$80 million for 2014, a dramatic fall from the US$365.1 million pinnacle reached in 2011. "The din of mineral industry... — Updated 1/26/2018

 

Prioritizing Elephant Mt. gold targets

Endurance Gold Corp. June 11 said the summer 2015 exploration program at its Elephant Mountain gold property in Interior Alaska has begun. Previous exploration has confirmed an... — Updated 6/21/2015 Full story

 

Endurance eyes Elephant gold target

Endurance Gold Corp. April 20 said the 2013 and 2014 summer programs at its Elephant Mountain gold property in Interior Alaska confirmed an intrusive-hosted target area measuring at... — Updated 4/26/2015

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Alaska Miners Association turns 75

Valued at US$4 billion per year, Alaska's mining industry is as healthy as it has ever been. Much of this success is owed to the Alaska Miners Association, which celebrated its 75th... — Updated 11/23/2014

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Report delivers eye-opening insights

At the same time as the EPA is pushing forward on its planned precedent-setting, pre-emptive, pre-permit veto of the Pebble project and the tailings dam failure at the Mount Polley mine... — Updated 8/31/2014

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Could Alaska host rare critical metal?

If you believe what you see in the press, Alaska's mineral industry was recently given a Christmas gift that trumps even the high-grade anthracite coal that most Alaskans were dreaming... — Updated 1/26/2014 Full story

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Report rates countries on political risk

Mineral consulting group Behre Dolbear Group Inc. released its 2013 "Ranking of Countries For Mining Investment Where Not to Invest." Since 1999 the group has compiled annual political... — Updated 4/28/2013

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Mining Explorers 2012: Exploration rush slows in 2012

While the frenzy of activity that engulfed the Yukon Territory in 2011 did not re-emerge this season, scores of players, from upstart juniors to global mining firms mounted impressive mineral exploration campaigns throughout the... — Updated 11/11/2012 Full story

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Global gold output will peak in 2022-25?

Over a year ago, Natural Resource Holdings published a report entitled "How Rare are One Million Ounce Gold Deposits?" At that time, the publisher ranked 296 gold deposits that have more... — Updated 8/26/2012

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Miners gear up for summer exploration

Although spring took its good old time in arriving across much of Alaska, the mining industry's busy summer exploration and development season has arrived. Five of Alaska's major mines re... — Updated 5/27/2012

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Alaska ranked No. 4 in mine industry survey

The Fraser Institute's "Survey of Mining Companies, 2011/2012" was recently released to the public. This annual survey of exploration and mining companies gauges the pros and cons of... — Updated 3/25/2012 Full story

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Miners see grade as king now, always

After an extremely busy, productive year, the final weeks of 2011 and the first few weeks of the New Year were remarkably quiet for Alaska's mining industry. But not to worry, it appears... — Updated 1/22/2012 Full story

 
 By Curt Freemen    News

Economic jitters sap venture capital

Despite the abundance of good news from the Alaska mining industry this month, there is an unusual black cloud hanging over the industry that threatens to rain on our parade of projects. Domestic and international markets got a severe ca... — Updated 8/28/2011

 
 By Sarah Hurst    News

Russia's gold mining opportunities now attractive to international corporations

Russia's gold mining industry, once ruled by Stalin's most vicious henchmen, has transformed itself into an attractive prospect for international corporations. Much of the gold mining takes place in the Russian Far East, in Magadan and... — Updated 10/31/2004

 

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