During a visit of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Kazakhstan, the two countries signed a number of new agreements in energy and defence.
Russian gold mining company Polymetal plans to invest up to $640 million into Kazakhstani gold mine Kyzyl.
It is expected that state-run geological exploration project will yield 12 million tons of complex ore in Kazakhstan in five years.
Kazakhstan National Geographic Association urges to protect 30% of Kazakhstani land from economic activity.
Kazakhstan's geological exploration will focus on precious metals, especially gold, rare earth metals and copper.
Officials gathered in Astana to discuss production of methane from Karaganda coal basin.
Kazakhstan produced 21,317 tons of uranium in 2012. It is Number One in the world by uranium production and Number Two by uranium deposits.
The vanadium deposit in Kazakhstan's Kyzylorda oblast can cover 10 percent of the global vanadium market.
At first sight, Berezniki looks a typically bland provincial Russian outpost with its decrepit housing blocks and factory chimneys.
Minerals found in craters on the Moon may be remnants of asteroids that slammed into it and not, as long believed, the satellite's innards exposed by such impacts.
Kazakhstan scientists are developing biological products based on soil microorganisms stimulating growth of plants.
Kazakhstan has uranium reserves for 60-70 years at maximum production level and 80-90 years at current production without replenishment.
Japan and Kazakhstan have agreed rules on foreign investment, as Tokyo looks to shore up minerals and energy to feed its resource-hungry industry.
Japan has signed a memorandum of understanding with India to promote joint production of rare earth minerals, a move which will help reduce its reliance on China which controls most of the world's supply.
Kazakhstan Minister of Industry and New Technologies talked about the measures to revive geological research to be taken until 2030.
Our situation is worst with copper and polymetals: the proven reserves of non-ferrous metals will support the industry for another 10-15 years only: Issekeshev.
Kazakhstan Government has updated the list of the fields of strategic importance.
Kazakhstan is applying to the Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification for registration of a new mineral called Nurnazen.
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