A look at 2 tungsten companies in North America that have acquired properties or have made some progress with their work programs in the last two weeks.
W Resources is working on starting production at its La Parrilla tailings project in Southwest Spain.
Wolf Minerals is leading the charge on tungsten production. the ASX-listed company recently announced the start of construction at its Hemerdon mine in the UK.
Tungsten's former golden child is showing some signs of life.
The Colombian government is preparing to seize and close the illegal Tiger Hill tungsten mine, run by the FARC.
Wolf Minerals is at it again. This time the company has been issued the environmental permit for the Hemerdon project.
In a sure sign of its commitment to tungsten Global Tungsten & Powders signs MOU for the acquisition, build-out and off-take of Almonty Industries' future tungsten production
From acquisitions to offtake agreements and government approvals, tungsten exploration and development companies have been plowing ahead with their plans.
Carbine Tungsten was granted final approval for its stockpile processing facility.
On November 26, a joint conflict-free program was announced to help address the issue of conflict tungsten.