Mining & Resources

Why We Need Cobalt & Rare Earth Minerals To Power Electric Cars

Why We Need Cobalt & Rare Earth Minerals To Power Electric Cars

Electric vehicles are no longer a science-fiction fantasy. These low-cost, low-emission vehicles are set to take the world by storm and for good reason. But what goes into manufacturing an electric car battery? Let us take a closer look. Cobalt: The Key Mineral in Electric Vehicle Batteries The electric vehicles (EV) need a lithium-ion battery pack to...

Safer Energy Is Being Blocked By Its Reputation

Safer Energy Is Being Blocked By Its Reputation

After the Fukushima nuclear disaster rocked the world in 2011, the nuclear power industry predictably experienced a huge setback. The problem with uranium is that when something goes wrong, it goes wrong in a big way and the media jumps all over it. These occurances are extremely rare and with modern technological advancements, nuclear power is safer...

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Defense Metals – The Canadian Company Taking on China’s Rare Earth Monopoly

Rare Earth Element and Uranium Mining Company Defense Metals Corp. (DEFN:TSXV) has Massive Upside Potential due to Advanced Military Technology and Emerging Markets The explosion of new technologies, both military and commercial, create huge growth opportunity for companies capable of providing the required resources, like Defense Metals Corp. Emerging technologies are the reason this report is so...

Why We Think Cobalt Is Interesting In 2019

Why We Think Cobalt Is Interesting In 2019

Even though the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the largest producer of Cobalt in the world, supplying over 60,000 tons out of the total 110,000 tons that’s produced globally ever year, Canada has managed to hold its own so far. Canada is the fourth largest Cobalt producer with an annual production of more than 4,000 tons....

How Trump’s Relationship With China Could Affect The Mining Sector

How Trump’s Relationship With China Could Affect The Mining Sector

President Trump’s righteous and economically prudent trade war with China is likely to produce benefits for the US economy in the long run. However, for now, among its various challenges, it also exposes the US to a rather precarious situation in the mining sector. Many American industries are critically dependent on mineral imports in large quantities. Let’s...

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