Day Two of Mines and Money Begins!


It’s looking like it’s going to be a jam-packed day here at Mines and Money 2018. We’ll make sure to provide you with all the latest as it happens. In case you missed any of the action yesterday, here’s a quick summary.

  • Robert CrayFourd, Porfolio Manager for CQS discussed the growing demand for Uranium as an alternative baseline energy considering its lack of CO2 production.
  • Keith Barron talked his search for the lost cities of Logrono and Sevilla del Oro, inspiring any would be adventurer, vicarious or otherwise.
  • Mineral Exploration Network, Finland gets highlighted as a promising investment opportunity.

For more news from the conference, be sure to stay tuned to MiningIR, where we’ll be giving you all the highlights.

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