Anatolia Drilling to Increase Turkish Uranium Resource

Anatolia Drilling to Increase Turkish Uranium Resource

Anatolia Energy announced Tuesday that it has commenced a drilling program at its Sefaatli uranium prospect in Turkey, with the intention of moving it toward a JORC-compliant resource and thus adding to the 13.3 million pounds of U3O8 already defined at its nearby Temrezli deposit

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Corsa Coal Files Technical Report for PBS Coals Properties

Corsa Coal (TSXV:CSO) reported that it has filed an NI 43-101 technical report for properties controlled by its wholly owned subsidiary, PBS Coals. Corsa Coal acquired PBS in August of 2014, as well as PBS's Pennsylvania properties.

Hinto Energy Announces Agreement to Drill Oil Well in Medina

Hinto Energy Announces Agreement to Drill Oil Well in Medina

Hinto Energy (OTCQB:HENI) announced it has come to an agreement about taking a 75 percent stake in an exploratory well to be drilled in Medina County, Ohio. Hinto will also have the interest in any future wells developed on the property, with the operator planning to drill and complete the first well during the fourth quarter of 2014.

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Dr. Keith Barron Interviewed on Palisade Radio: The Uranium Bottom is In Right Now

Last week, experienced exploration geologist Dr. Keith Barron was interviewed on Palisade Radio regarding his perspective on the uranium sector. Barron says he believes "the bottom is in right now" for the metal, and that "we will see a very quick double in the spot price for uranium," once Japan's reactors are turned back on.

Northern Uranium Corp. CEO Chad Ulansky (TSX-V:UNO)

Northern Uranium Corp. (TSXV:UNO) CEO Chad Ulansky spoke to Resource Investing News about the company’s Northwest Manitoba project which was recently optioned from CanAlaska Uranium Limited.

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New Lithium Ion Battery Could Last 20 Years on a Single Charge

Mashable reported that Scientists at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have developed a lithium-ion battery that can be recharged within just a few minutes. The battery would then last as long as 10,000 cycles, which could be around two decades.

Cold Winter Could Help Natural Gas Prices

ETF Trends reported that although the United States Natural Gas Fund LP (ARCA:UNG) has dropped 10.4 percent since midway through the summer, a cold winter could result in increased demand for the fuel.

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