Mining Stock Quotes and Mineral & Metal Prices
June 2007 by Staff
In the four corners region of America there is a place—a very special place—called the Paradox Basin. It appears empty, but is quite full if you look at it from the correct perspective.
Q: The nearest access to the claim is a half mile walk, which is tough for a lode claim.
Most oilfields are found in anticlinal faults, or stratigraphic traps. Oil floats on water, so that it will rise to the highest point possible, above the water. If the porous or fractured sandstone or limestone that contains the oil is overlain by impervious shale, the oil can no longer rise. If the porous bed is arched upward...
Robert Sanregret—Attorney at Law
Western Mining Council
National Association of Mining Districts
We can either surrender or draw a line in the sand and fight to hold the remaining mining rights we still have.
…we focused on various layers of hard-packed flood material out of the creek, and we also obtained some material up quite a ways from the creek itself on bedrock.
When I received an invitation for a Fourth of July dredging trip from my friend Leonard, I thought it a terrific way to not only show respect for America's freedoms, but also as a way to honor the throngs of prospectors whose labors fueled our nation's...
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