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Iran Nuclear Deal Won’t Devastate the Oil Market

Negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 are creating anxiety for oil market participants. A deal is supposed to be reached between the parties by March 31, and some are worried it could lead a flood of oil to enter the already struggling marketplace.

New US Fracking Regulations Face Opposition

The new fracking rules unveiled by the US federal government last week have already caused quite a stir. Two industry groups reportedly filed a lawsuit within minutes of the announcement.

Uranium Juniors Continue to See Results in the Athabasca Basin

Both NexGen Energy and Fission Uranium have released a steady stream of positive results from their projects, particularly in the last few months, and Monday was no different. Here's a look at what both companies reported that day and why analysts think they're onto great things.

Queensland’s Uranium Ban a Plus for Other Australian States

While plans to ban uranium mining in Queensland have miners in the state up in arms, other Australian states are reportedly ready to reap the benefits.

Uranium Mining on the Rocks in Queensland

Queensland is no stranger when it comes to banning uranium mining. Though the metal was mined in the state in the 1950s, that ended after the closure of the Mary Kathleen mine in 1982, and uranium mining was eventually prohibited by the state's Labor Party-led government in 1989. That ban ended in 2012 when government leadership switched to the Liberal-National Party, but it looks like it's set to come back in full force.

Chris Berry’s Case for Opportunity in Energy Metals

Chris Berry is known for his positive view on energy metals in the midst of broader weakness in commodities prices. He brought up that point of view again during his presentation at this year's PDAC conference in Toronto, giving some insight into why he favors metals like lithium, graphite and cobalt and what the future might hold for those markets.