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This Web Portal is made available to I2M Clients, Associates, geoscientists and the general public worldwide with a focus on scientific topics of interest offered by the management of I2M Associates, LLC. More →

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I2M Associates, LLC is a professional practice offering experienced geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, and other scientists with many years in mineral exploration and project management, mergers and acquisitions, and environmental assessments, including Brownfields redevelopment. Related areas of expertise include forensic and feasibility studies in the mining industry, the environmental industry and the legal community in the U.S. and overseas.

Led by Jeffrey D. King, P.G., and Michael D. Campbell, P.G., P.H., the Principals have served industry in the U.S. and overseas for de... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Exploration, Mining, Marketing, Acquisitions
The South China Morning Post reported that China National Nuclear Corp subsidiary CNNC International is sizing up acquisition opportunities to help meet the increased domestic demand spurred by the expansion of the Chinese nuclear power program.

The Beijing-based company, which develops and trades overseas uranium resources, was particularly interested in Kazakhstan, Canada and Australia, which were home to rich uranium resources with promising development opportunities, CNNC International chief executive Wang Ying said after its annual shareholders meeting yesterday.

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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Exploration, Mining, Marketing, Acquisitions
Commercial production at the Cigar Lake uranium mine in the Athabasca Basin officially began on May 1, 2015. The mine is a partnership of Cameco (50.025%), AREVA Resources Canada (AREVA) (37.1%), Idemitsu Canada Resources (7.875%) and TEPCO Resources (5.0%) and is operated by Cameco.

Mining at Cigar Lake began in March 2014, and the first packaged uranium concentrate was available in October 2014. The operation remains on track to achieve in 2015 the annual production target of 6 million to 8 million packaged pounds (100% basis). Cameco expects Cigar Lake to ramp up to its full annu... More →
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Index / Mining & Minerals / Rare Earth Exploration, Mining, and Processing
Greenland Minerals and Energy, an Australian company, has released the feasibility study for its Kvanefjeld rare earth-uranium-zinc project. The resource is greater than 1.0 billion tonnes, giving the project an initial mine life of 37 years. Potential exists to extend the timeline.

The feasibility study outlines a project that will produce rare earth produces, uranium oxide, zinc concentrate, and fluorspar. The pre-production cost will be 1.36 billion ADollars. Mine development, the plant, utilities, indirect costs and contingency add up to 1.12 billion ADollars. Another 240 millio... More →
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Global Mining Taxes and Royalties report compares mining taxes and royalties across 21 countries which constitute both the leading and emerging markets in each of the following five regions: Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, South and Central America, and North America.

The Global Mining Taxes and Royalties, 2015 report compares mining taxes and royalties across 21 countries which constitute both the leading and emerging markets in Asia-Pacific Europe, Middle East and Africa, South and Central America and North America. The report analyzes and provides information ab... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Exploration, Mining, Marketing, Acquisitions
Andrew Topf reports that uranium investors are being urged to exercise caution in the short term due to three events which could affect the prices of the nuclear fuel and the companies that mine it, according to a recent report by Dundee Capital Markets.

The three catalysts, says the report by three sector specialists at Dundee, relate to the highly significant restarts of Japanese nuclear reactors shut down after the Fukushima accident in 2011, and the activities of Japanese electric utility TEPCO.

Regarding TEPCO, there are media reports saying that TEPCO wants to sell ... More →
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Index / Conventional Oil & Gas Resources / Production Technology
Art Swift reports that the practice of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has emerged as a divisive issue across the U.S., reflected in American opinions about it. 40 per cent of Americans say they favor the procedure, while 40 per cent oppose it, and a substantial 19 per cent do not have an opinion. This is amid the Obama administration last week announcing the first nationwide safety rules for fracking.

Fracking is a process of drilling and injecting fluid into the ground at high pressures to fracture shale rocks and release natural gas inside. Developed in the 1940s, fracking be... More →
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Index / Uranium (Nuclear Minerals) / Related Environmental Issues / Environmental Impact - Cases, Nuclear Wastes
Eve Conant reported in 2012 that Russian nuclear ambitions were on full display at AtomExpo, a three-day festival of international nuclear technology and conversation hosted by Rosatom, Russian state-owned nuclear company, this past June, 2012 in Moscow. Whether it was Fukushima plant manager describing those first critical moments during the tsunami and the new thinking on extreme natural events or the myriad branches of the Rosatom empire showing off their wares at their slick booths, the message was clear - When it comes to nuclear, Russia is open for business.

The disastrous le... More →
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Eve Conant reports that for any country that may be considering acquiring its first nuclear reactor, Russian annual ATOMEXPO offers a seemingly simple solution. At a recent event, thousands of people from around the world flocked to a giant, czarist-era exhibition hall. A visitor could hear vendors such as Rolls-Royce talk about steam generators, watch reporters interview experts for a Russian nuclear-themed television program or pick up a Miss Atom calendar featuring the year's prettiest Russian nuclear workers.

The real action, though, was at a multilevel booth for Rosatom, Russia... More →
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Index / Renewable Energy (Other Energy Resources) / Economics
Kristin Majcher reports that judging by the sheer force of the waves during a day at the beach, the ocean seems like an abundant source of renewable energy. Indeed, more than 70 companies have developed technologies to generate electricity from the changing height of the tides or the kinetic power of waves. Other companies are exploring novel methods of generating electricity from the ocean salt content or temperature.

Ocean energy has the potential to provide hundreds of gigawatts of power worldwide. The U.K. and U.S. have said that these technologies could provide 20 and 15 perce... More →
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Index / Coal / Lignite, Graphite, Graphene, and Carbon Uses
Robin Bromby reports that it has been quite a week on the Australian graphite scene with at least three technology breakthroughs. As posted here on InvestorIntel overnight you will have seen one more company confirming it can produce graphene in a single-step process. On top of that, one player is moving into producing Super Sand, while another is proving up its ability to offer expandable graphite.

As Bromby has previously reported, Sydney-based analyst Warwick Grigor of Far East Capital has become an enthusiastic backer of graphene. In his latest client note he reports that, at a ... More →
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