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Strong export prices are providing healthy cash flows for now. But with U.S. utilities largely shifting to cheap natural gas and clean renewables, there’s not much reason to dig new mines or scoop up acquisitions. The post U.S. coal miners are shovelling more money than ever at investors appeared first on

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The company has secure a second five-year exploration licence in the Erzgebirge (meaning Ore Mountain) region of Saxony, which completely encloses its Zinnwald project. The post Bacanora Lithium extends footprint in Germany with new licence appeared first on

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The Montana, U.S.-based Sunlight mine has been approaching the end of its operational life in recent years and its remaining gold reserves are nearly depleted. The post Barrick may close Golden Sunlight mine in May appeared first on

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The holder of over 14 million Newmont shares sent the CEO a letter that outlines how the deal, under the current terms, creates negative value for Newmont shareholders. The post Paulson opposes Newmont-Goldcorp merger appeared first on

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Kameron Coal’s Donkin mine has received four orders and six warnings from provincial authorities since limited production restarted on Jan. 25, following a roof cave-in last year. The post One of Canada’s newest coal mines is piling up safety warnings appeared first on

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