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- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 28, 2014
Diamond Fields Resources is seeking a marine mining contractor capable of reaching deeper resources off the coast of Namibia. Grizzly Discoveries wants to bulk sample its Buffalo Hills pipes. Endurance Gold and Gungnir Resources are seeking partners.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 28, 2014
Oil company insiders pick up shares amid yesterday's OPEC-fuelled price rout. Gear Energy goes on a rare promotional spree. WesternZagros continues to await government approval for development in Kurdistan.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 28, 2014
John Albright and Sheldon Inwentash will ask shareholders of their halted NEX shell, ZipLocal Inc., to approve two large rollbacks at a Dec. 15 meeting. It will then acquire Enthrive Inc., an on-line service that matches dieticians with customers who want to lose weight.
- SEC target Durante appeals contempt order
SEC target Edward Durante has appealed a contempt-of-court order that could send him to back to prison. He previously served eight years in jail for the Vancouver-linked manipulation of Wamex Holdings Inc.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 27, 2014
David Wood and Colleen Flynn's Technical Ventures RX launches Hemostemix Inc. as its QT. The company has already started a phase 2 clinical trial in Canada of a drug for the treatment of critical limb ischemia.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 27, 2014
Sarama Resources options its South Hounde property to Acacia (formerly African Barrick). Its CEO, Brad Gordon, said he is looking for more African projects. Lydian International is closer to production in Armenia and Tyhee Gold is no closer to mining in California.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 27, 2014
Dominion Diamond has heard that Rio Tinto will mine A-21 at Diavik, just as its CEO, Robert Gannicott, has long predicted. Kennady Diamonds has resumed drilling at Kelvin, thanks to a new base camp. Saint Jean Carbon plans to acquire the Miller East graphite play.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 27, 2014
OPEC decides not to cut its production, triggering a rout in oil stocks. Surge Energy insiders remain confident and pick up more shares. Parallel Energy cuts its distribution (again), and Junex jumps after finding oil in Quebec.
- BCSC-banned Briner says fraud lawsuit meritless
BCSC-banned lawyer John Briner claims a business fraud lawsuit against him has no merit and was filed by a woman looking to extract a quick settlement. He says the woman sued him and then bragged that media coverage would motivate him to settle.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 26, 2014
Aureus Mining has 250 brave expatriates building a gold mine in Liberia alongside 250 locals. Nexus Gold hopes to find gold next to the Jerrit Canyon mine in Nevada. Mill City finds itself back where it started, at its gold property in Ontario.
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