Tuesday, June 19, 2018

First Uranium's gold production has slumped well below the revised target provided in January, while it also faces a third-party legal challenge to a key water permit.

The uranium market requires some kind of flash point for the underlying fundamentals to re-assert themselves and the uranium price to move up sharply again, says Paladin Energy's CEO.

Australian junior Resource Generation has big plans for its proposed coal mine in the Waterberg but success will depend on solving critical railway and port infrastructure bottlenecks.

Uranium One has posted a more than five-fold increase in profit, as the company boosted production by 33% and was paid more per pound of uranium sold.

Briefing media in parliament today Eskom acting CEO Brian Molefe said Eskom would not deviate from its controversial BEE coal procurement policy.

With the uranium price back at $70/lb, Rand Uranium CEO John Munro is sounding confident he will be able to find the funding needed to build a recovery plant near Randfontein.

Coal of Africa says that development of the Vele Project has progressed according to schedule and first sales of coking coal are expected during the next quarter.

COAL of Africa (CoAL), the Johannesburg-listed coal development and operating firm, has drastically reduced the scope of its Makhado thermal and coking coal project,...

Richards Bay Coal Terminal says persistent heavy rains have not stopped coal deliveries to the port.

The JSE is to get another thermal coal play in Continental Coal, a company currently in the throes of refinancing its balance sheet.