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Roca Mines President and CEO Discusses the MAX Molybdenum Project on BNN

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 Fri Oct 17, 2008
DJ FOCUS: Molybdenum May Hold Value Amid Base Metals Slump
    Publisher: Dow Jones Newswires
    Author: Matt Whittaker
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 Thu Sep 4, 2008
UPDATE 2-London Metal Exchange expands into minor metals
    Author: Julie Crust and Karen Norton
 LONDON, Sept 4 (Reuters) - The London Metal Exchange (LME) said on Thursday it would launch two minor metal futures contracts, molybdenum and cobalt, in the second half of 2009.

"The announcement heralds another new area in which the Exchange can provide transparent pricing and risk management to market participants," LME Chief Executive Martin Abbott said.

"Minor metals have been discussed by the exchange for some time, and fit with our core products as they are extracted with them," he said in a statement.

"The volatility in these markets in recent times has highlighted the need for an exchange traded product, which the LME is best placed to provide."

The two minor metals are by-products of copper and nickel production, non-ferrous metals already traded on the exchange, which is home to the last open outcry trading floor in London.

In June, Rio Tinto Plc (RIO.L: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) said it would invest $270 million to build a molybdenum facility at its Kennecott Utah copper Bingham Canyon operation to take advantage of strong demand for the metal. [ID:nWNAS7908]

A spokesman for Rio Tinto welcomed the LME's move.

"Anything that makes the market more transparent and easier to understand is going to be welcome," he said.

About 75 percent of global annual molybdenum output goes into the production of stainless steel, where demand has been driven by emerging market countries, such as China, as they invest in infrastructure.

One trader said the introduction of the new contracts could lead to more erratic trading.

"If anything, it will create a more volatile market and in the short term lead to higher prices," said a trader from a major London trading house.

"A big percentage of the market would be in the hands of the hedge funds, I can't see how consumers would benefit," he added, referring to cobalt.

Cobalt is used mainly in aircraft parts and batteries.

The LME trades non-ferrous metals, including its flagship copper contract, steel and plastics through open outcry, an inter-office telephone market and its own electronic trading platform Select.

It said the new minor metal contracts would offer all the benefits of an exchange traded product, allowing participants access to a transparently derived price and the ability to manage price risk.

Earlier this year, the 131-year-old exchange launched two steel billet futures contracts to take advantage of a market that has grown about 40 percent since 2000.

(Editing by Christopher Johnson)

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 Tue Aug 12, 2008
Newsletter - July 2008
    Publisher: International Molybdenum Association
 Fri Aug 1, 2008
The metal that has no equals
    Publisher: CommodityOnline
 Thu Jul 10, 2008
CPM says global molybdenum supply deficits will grow in 2009 and 2010
    Publisher: Mineweb
    Author: Dorothy Kosich;=Detail
 Mon Jun 23, 2008
Molybdenum: Mighty Tough
    Author: Tom Vulcan
 Thu Jun 5, 2008
Mining Boom Sweeps Western Provinces
    Publisher: Supply Post
    Author: Graham Chandler
 Fri May 23, 2008
Chinese moly oxide prices nudge up on tighter feed supply
    Publisher: Platts
 Thu May 15, 2008
Mining Industry TV
 Roca's MAX Molybdenum Mine was featured on the May 17/18 episodes of Mining Industry TV.

For those outside of the broadcast areas, a segment from the program may be viewed by clicking on the link above.

Other segments from the show are available through the Mining Industry TV website:

Mining Industry TV airs weekly as follows:

Saturdays 11:30 a.m. Global Vancouver

Saturdays 5:30 p.m. CityTV Toronto

Saturdays 11:30 a.m. City TV Winnipeg

Saturdays 4:00 p.m. CityTV Calgary & Edmonton

Sundays 11:30 a.m. CHFM Thunder Bay

Sundays 8:30 a.m. E! CHEK Vancouver Island

Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. Cox 48 Las Vegas

 Wed May 14, 2008
The Race To Reach Deep Oil
    Publisher: Macleans
    Author: Charlie Gillis;=1
 Molybdenum-laden steel is widely used in the exploration and delivery of various forms of petroleum resources. The Macleans article delves into the efforts being made to define further petroleum reserves.

The IMOA link demonstrates how molybdenum is used in various components used to discover and deliver oil and gas.
 Fri May 9, 2008
The Energy Metal
    Publisher: The Daily Reckoning
    Author: Chris Mayer
 Sun Apr 27, 2008
Molybdenum Mining - MAX mine and mill reach commercial production
    Publisher: Canadian Mining Journal;=04272008
 Tue Apr 15, 2008
Investment Insight
    Publisher: The Campbell Report
    Author: Grant Campbell
 In his monthly report, Grant Campbell discusses molybdenum and adds Roca Mines (ROK) to his "Aggressive" portfolio.
 Mon Apr 14, 2008
Ocean freight up on China, world steel demand
    Publisher: Reuters UK
    Author: Stefano Ambrogi;=0&sp;=true
 Tue Mar 4, 2008
Energy Sector Fires Up Demand for Moly
 Mon Mar 3, 2008
Molybdenum: The Shape of Things to Come
    Publisher: CPM Group
 New York-based CPM Group provides an overview and outlook for molybdenum.
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 Mon Feb 11, 2008
Roca's Max Deposit Could Be One Mighty Moly Mine
    Publisher: Resource World Magazine
    Author: Dr. Edward Schiller, P. Geol.
 Roca Mines' MAX Molybdenum Mine was featured in an article published in the current edition of Resource World Magazine.
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 Thu Feb 7, 2008
Plane demand to take off
    Publisher: MSNBC
 Molybdenum alloys are a key component in many airplane parts including engines and landing gear. Molybdenum is also used as a catalyst in the processing of many type of petroleum products.
 Mon Feb 4, 2008
Moly production, prices will continue new trend in '08
    Publisher: Mineweb;=Detail
 CPM Senior Analyst, Catherine Virga comments on molybdenum fundamentals at a recent conference in Vancouver.
 Sat Jan 19, 2008
Radio interview with Roca Mines' President and CEO Scott Broughton
 CBC's Daybreak features Roca's MAX Molybdenum Mine in a recent radio interview.

Please click on the link below to listen(Windows Media required).

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 Mon Dec 24, 2007
MAX Mine Starts Shipping Molybdenum
    Publisher: Arrow Lakes News
    Author: Aaron Orlando
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 Mon Dec 17, 2007
Classical Insights - Afternoon Bullet Points
    Publisher: Churchill Research
    Author: Michael Churchill
 Michael Churchill shares his insights on Roca and its MAX Moly Mine. His commentary is not deemed to be a recommendation on the stock.
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 Thu Nov 22, 2007
Roca Mines' President on BNN (Business News Network)
 Roca Mines' President and CEO, Scott Broughton was the guest on BNN's Power Breakfast segment on Thursday November 22, 2007. (Note: May not work with Firefox web browsers.)
 Thu Nov 15, 2007
The Mother Lode
    Publisher: CMEBC - Chamber of Mines of Eastern British columbia
 Roca Mines is featured in the current issue of The Mother Lode.
 Fri Nov 9, 2007
Who's Hot, Who's Not
    Publisher: BC Business
    Author: Peter Kennedy
 Roca Mines and Scott Broughton were recently featured in an article regarding British Columbia's mining industry in BC Business magazine.

Click on the link to view the PDF.

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 Sun Oct 28, 2007
CANADIAN MINING PERSPECTIVES: What Roca will do with the money moly makes
    Publisher: Canadian Mining Journal
    Author: Marilyn Scales;=10282007
File: Mines-repr2186A2.pdf
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 Wed Oct 24, 2007
Roca Mines Makes Money Making Moly
    Publisher: Canadian Mining Journal
    Author: Marilyn Scales;=10242007
File: Mines-repr218698.pdf
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 Thu Oct 18, 2007
A better way to make a mine
    Publisher: Canadian Mining Journal
    Author: Marilyn Scales;=10172007
 Roca's MAX Molybdenum Mine featured in article by the Canadian Mining Journal.
 Tue Oct 9, 2007
Moly to the MAX
    Publisher: Institutional Research Partners
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 Wed Oct 3, 2007
Rock-solid start for Roca Mines at Max Moly Project
    Publisher: Resource World
    Author: Robert Simpson
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 Tue Oct 2, 2007
Electricity grid to be extended to B.C.'s northwest
    Publisher: Vancouver Sun
    Author: Scott Simpson;=58295
 Additional infrastructure to benefit Roca's Foremore project and Seagold property.
 Fri Aug 24, 2007
Roca Featured on Canada's BNN (Business News Network)
    Publisher: BNN(Business News Network)
    Author: Lou Schizas
 Roca Mines and the MAX Molybdenum Project were the subject of the Aug 24, 2007 Lou's Mailbag segment on BNN.

To view the segment please click on the link above.

 Tue Jul 3, 2007
Are "moly mania" prices here to stay?
    Publisher: Investment Executive
    Author: Virginia Heffernan;=23&cat;=23&BImageCI;=1
 Fri Jun 29, 2007
"Moly" nearing 2-year high
    Publisher: National Post
    Author: Jonathan Ratner
 Analyst calls for US$50/lb. moly in 2008. Click on link above to view full story.
 Thu Jun 14, 2007
Molybdenum Expert Sees Supply Shortages Ahead
    Author: James Finch
 Mon Jun 4, 2007
Super-Ferritic Stainless Steels Drive Molybdenum Use...
    Author: James Finch
 Tue May 22, 2007
Roca Mines' MAX Molybdenum project recently featured in Business In Vancouver
    Publisher: Business In Vancouver
    Author: Cathy Watters
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 Thu May 17, 2007
British Columbia Special Issue
    Publisher: Resource Opportunities
    Author: Lawrence Roulston
 Roca Mines is featured in the latest update from Lawrence Roulston.
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 Wed Apr 18, 2007
Good Golly, It's Moly
    Author: Greg Peel
 Tue Apr 10, 2007
Super Molybdenum Stainless Steel Vital to Global Nuclear Reactor Build Up
    Author: James Finch
 Wed Mar 28, 2007
Canada's Next Moly Producer Could Benefit from Higher Metals Price
    Author: James Finch
 Roca President and CEO, Scott Broughton, discussed the MAX Molybdenum project in an interview with James Finch of
 Wed Mar 28, 2007
Good golly, Ms Moly
    Publisher: Mineweb
    Author: Barry Sergeant;=Detail
 Fri Mar 23, 2007
Value Amid the Chaos
    Publisher: Resource Opportunities
    Author: Lawrence Roulston
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 Wed Mar 7, 2007
Energy Guru Eric Sprott Wants More Molybdenum
    Publisher: Seekingalpha
    Author: James Finch
 Sun Mar 4, 2007
Is moly on brink of being mining megastar?
    Publisher: Globe and Mail
    Author: Andy Hoffman And Sinclair Stewart
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 Sun Mar 4, 2007
Aging Energy Infrastructure Could Drive Molybdenum Demand Higher
    Author: James Finch
 Fri Feb 16, 2007
A Critical Strategic Metal for Society
    Publisher: Gold Letter Inc.
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 Thu Feb 15, 2007
IMOA Newsletter
    Publisher: International Molybdenum Association
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 Sun Jan 21, 2007
Molybdenum Outlook 2007
    Author: James Finch
 Roca Mines is featured in an article by James Finch of
 Fri Jan 19, 2007
Moly out front, leaving other nobles and minors behind
    Publisher: Metal-Pages
 Wed Jan 17, 2007
Moly Prices: $ Up, Down, Sideways?
    Author: Ken Reser;=view&id;=68&Itemid;=2
 Fri Nov 10, 2006
China's stranglehold on tungsten
    Publisher: MarketWatch
    Author: Myra P. Saefong;=
 Thu Nov 9, 2006
Primary Moly Producers: One Key to the Molybdenum Price
    Author: James Finch
Roca featured in article on molybdenum by James Finch of
 Wed Nov 8, 2006
Roasting Bottlenecks Could Support Firm Molybdenum Price Past 2010
    Author: James Finch
 Mon Oct 30, 2006
Institutional Research Partners Initiates Coverage on Roca Mines
    Publisher: Institutional Research Partners, LLC
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 Tue Oct 10, 2006
Roca Mines Featured in Resource World Magazine
    Publisher: Resource World
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 Mon Oct 2, 2006
Roca Mines featured in Western Investor
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 Wed Sep 13, 2006
How To Choose A Molybdenum Stock
    Author: James Finch
 Roca Mines' exploration board members featured in article on how to choose a molybdenum stock.

Click on the link above to view.

 Tue Aug 22, 2006
Age and neglect meet in global oil pipelines
    Publisher: International Herald Tribune / Bloomberg
    Author: By Tom Cahill and Sonja Franklin
 Mon Jul 31, 2006
Audio Interview With President of Roca Mines
    Publisher: TransWorldNews
    Author: Peter Tosto
 Please click on link above to hear Scott Broughton interviewed by TransWorldNews
 Thu Jul 27, 2006
Roca Mines President on ROBTv!robVideo/robtv0726.20060727.00041000-00041697-clip2/h/220asf/true//
 Roca Mines President and CEO, Scott Broughton is interviewed on ROBTv's AM Business to discuss the MAX Molybdenum Project.
 Wed Jul 26, 2006
Is Molybdenum Another Way to Ride the Energy Bull?
    Author: James Finch
 Roca Mines featured in article on molybdenum.
 Fri Jul 21, 2006
A Hungry China Set to Gobble More Moly
    Publisher: Gold World
    Author: Steve Christ
 Wed Jul 12, 2006
ROBTv's Market Call Tonight
    Publisher: Report on Business Television!robVideo/robtv0726.20060712.00041000-00041263-clip1/h/220asf/true//
 Lawrence Roulston of Resource Opportunities was the guest on the July 12th edition of Market Call Tonight. To view the video, click on the link above. The segment may be found at the bottom of the page. Mr. Roulston responds to a question about Roca's potential approximately ten minutes into the segment.
 Mon Jun 26, 2006
The Wall Street Transcript Interview
    Publisher: The Wall Street Transcript
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 Fri Jun 23, 2006
B.C. mining industry growing again (Roca featured)
    Publisher: CBC News
 Tue Apr 25, 2006
Moly Squeeze Continues
 Tue Apr 25, 2006
Resource Opportunities: Roca Mines
    Publisher: Resource Opportunities
    Author: Lawrence Roulston
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 Sun Apr 9, 2006
Molymania worth millions to B.C.
    Publisher: The Province
File: 9APR06.pdf
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 Wed Apr 5, 2006
Roca highlighted in Financial Post
    Publisher: Financial Post
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 Tue Apr 4, 2006
Roca featured in Vancouver Sun article
    Publisher: Vancouver Sun
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 Thu Mar 16, 2006
Roca gears up to open B.C.'s next mine
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 Tue Mar 14, 2006
"Moly-mania" hits local mining companies
    Publisher: Business in Vancouver
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 Wed Mar 1, 2006
    Publisher: Roskill Information Services
 Fri Feb 3, 2006
Back from the Brink
    Publisher: International Mining
    Author: John Chadwick
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 Mon Dec 19, 2005
Molybdenum Sparks Interest
    Publisher: Canadian Mining Journal
    Author: Brad Kopp
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 Thu Dec 15, 2005
Roca Mines - A Potential New Molybdenum Producer
    Publisher: Safe Haven
    Author: Bill McWilliam
 Wed Nov 30, 2005
Coaltrans Conference A Huge International Hit
    Publisher: BC Mining Report
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 Wed Nov 2, 2005
SynFuel, the Petroleum Alternative
    Author: Zack Fross;=view&id;=21&Itemid;=29
 Fri Aug 5, 2005
Molybdenum Kick-Starts British Columbian Exploration
    Publisher: Mining Journal
    Author: Mining Journal
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 Tue Jul 5, 2005
Molybdenum 101
    Publisher: Teck Cominco
 Excellent overview on molybdenum, moly markets and future outlook.
 Fri Jun 24, 2005
Miss Moly no longer a wallflower
    Publisher: The Northern Miner
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 Wed Mar 2, 2005
China's Moly Mine Shutdown Could Last Until May - traders
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 Tue Feb 1, 2005
Rich Finds in Galore Creek Area
    Publisher: Resource World
 Roca's Foremore Project Featured
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 Tue Jan 4, 2005
Express 2005-01: Will MolyMania Hit the Juniors in 2005?
    Publisher: Kaiser Bottom-Fishing report
    Author: Copyright 2005 John A Kaiser
 Sun Sep 7, 2003
Roca Mines drill-tests BC prospect
    Publisher: The Northern Miner
 Reprinted from Vol. 89 No. 28
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