Articles Tagged "United States"

Highland Copper Reports Mineral Resource Estimate for Copperwood Project in Michigan

Highland Copper Company Inc. (TSXV:HI) announced the mineral resource estimate for its Copperwood project in Michigan, which showed 29.1 million tonnes grading an average of 1.65 percent copper and 4.51 g/t silver containing 1.06 billion pounds of copper and 4.2 million ounces of silver in the measured and indicated resource category, using a cut-off grade of 1.0 percent.

American CuMo Mining Hits ‘Major Stepping Stone’ at Idaho Project

American CuMo Mining has overcome a significant hurdle in the permitting process for its massive CuMo project in Idaho. The US Forest Service has released a draft supplemental decision notice, finding no significant impact, as well as a supplemental environmental assessment. The move will pave the way for completion of exploration work at CuMo.

Anfield Resources and Uranium One Agree to Extend Transaction Closing Date for Shootaring Canyon Mill Deal

Anfield Resources (TSXV:ARY) announced that it has entered into an agreement with Uranium One (TSX:UUU) to extend the closing date for the acquisition of the Shootaring Canyon Mill and a portfolio of uranium assets from Uranium One for up to another 90 days. The transaction, which was initiated on August 18, 2014, was originally set to close March 31, but has now been extended to June 30.

The Other Side of Low Copper Prices: How the Market Affects Mineworkers

The red metal is commonly referred to as Dr. Copper, and most are aware of how closely it's tied to the economy. However, copper also affects the economy in another, less-talked-about way — it creates jobs for miners in countries around the world, and with lower copper prices, jobs in some of those areas might be at risk.