No. 1 Priority for PDAC 2012: Find Your Way
Posted 2012-03-16 10:16NAI Editing
For those who are involved, even just marginally involved, in the resource industry, March is usually the PDAC season. The same applies to me and the marketing team at NAI.

The Multi-Billion Dollar Water Services Industry
Posted 2012-02-17 10:21Keith Schaefer
There is a multi-billion dollar water industry forming before investors’ eyes in the oil patch.

Copper Continues to Confound the Commodities Crowd
Posted 2012-02-13 17:22Mickey Fulp
A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary Geologist Contact@MercenaryGeologist.com

2011: a year of advances for Chinese resources M&As overseas
Posted 2011-11-10 11:40Gilbert Chan
Media used to call the 2008 Beijing Olympics a “coming-out” party for China.

Indium: strictly high tech, surprisingly profitable
Posted 2011-08-23 16:50Gilbert Chan
Last year I wrote about indium and why we should devote a fair share of attention to the ill-known commodity. I am pleased to see indium price going up since 2011 in a big way.

Wolf metal Howls… but who’s listening?
Posted 2011-07-26 16:20Gilbert Chan
While the resources investment community is busy staring at gold charts thanks to the various crises on both end of the Atlantic, I would like to talk about something different today.

The New Canadian Energy Income Trusts
Posted 2011-06-07 09:56Keith Schaefer
Will the US oilpatch get flooded with Canadian juniors looking to build and sell production to the new Canadian energy income trusts?

The Duvernay Shale Gas Play
Posted 2011-05-25 17:25Keith Schaefer
Old oil fields never die. They just get better with age. It’s a time-worn cliche, but in the case of Alberta’s Duvernay shale, it may be the best example yet.

From Boom to Bust and Back Again
Posted 2011-05-12 16:24Mickey Fulp
Late last fall, I was contacted by an old friend, geologist Bob Schafer. I have known Bob for over 25 years. If memory serves, he was working for US Borax out of Tucson, Arizona at the time we met thru a mutual acquaintance in about 1985.

Why I Remain a Uranium Bull
Posted 2011-04-01 11:10Mickey Fulp
I’ve been calling Uranium “The Next Big Thing” for the past several months. True to my contrarian nature, I first went bullish on uranium in January 2009 at market lows.