Monthly Archives: June 2021

Australian government supports mining and metallurgical sector decarbonization initiative

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on Jun 30, 2021 A new cooperative research center focused on integrating green energy sources such as hydrogen, ammonia and solar energy into high temperature and high emission manufacturing processes of products like steel, aluminum and cement has won support from the Australian government. The Heavy …

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Surface mining on eastern slopes is one of the biggest problems our generation faces, says rancher

The Blades family of Nanton, Alberta. has been linked with Cabin Ridge Mountain for a century. Named after the family’s original cabin, the mountain overlooks essential summer pastures at Rocking P Ranch. It has remained constant as generations have nurtured a deep love and sense of responsibility for this landscape, …

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Santa Clara County and Open Space District Seek to Protect Ridge from Mining | New

Santa Clara County and the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District on Thursday offered to join forces to protect part of the Santa Cruz Mountains ridge from mining. Known as Permanente Ridge, the top of the mountain is a buffer for the operations of the Lehigh Southwest Cement Company. Lehigh wants …

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New Law Limits ‘Bad Actors’ in Nevada Mining | Mining

Potential “bad actors” in the mining industry face an additional challenge in starting exploration or mining projects in Nevada, with Assembly Bill 148 becoming law after Nevada’s 81st legislative session . AB148 prohibits a business applying for a reclamation permit from receiving one if the business or anyone with a …

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County, Open Space District Seek To Protect Ridge From Mining | News

Santa Clara County and the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District on Thursday offered to join forces to protect part of the ridge summit in the Santa Cruz Mountains from mining. Known as Permanente Ridge, the top of the mountain is a buffer zone for the operations of the Lehigh Southwest …

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County, Open Space District Seek To Protect Ridge From Mining | New

Santa Clara County and the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District on Thursday offered to join forces to protect part of the ridge top in the Santa Cruz Mountains from mining. Known as Permanente Ridge, the top of the mountain is a buffer zone for the operations of the Lehigh Southwest …

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County and Open Space District Seek to Protect Ridge from Mining | News

Santa Clara County and the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District on Thursday offered to join forces to protect part of the Santa Cruz Mountains ridge from mining. Known as Permanente Ridge, the top of the mountain is a buffer for the operations of the Lehigh Southwest Cement Company. Lehigh wants …

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The preliminary study of the CK Gold project is nearing completion | Mining

ADELLA HARDING Mining Correspondent US Gold Corp. expects to complete a pre-feasibility study for its proposed gold and copper mine in Wyoming by mid-year, and the company is undertaking an exploration drilling campaign on its Maggie Creek property in Nevada. “The plan is to finalize the pre-feasibility study by the …

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Fiore acquires closed Illipah gold mine | Mining

VANCOUVER-Fiore Gold Ltd. announced that it had signed a letter of intent with Clover Nevada LLC to acquire 100% interest in the former Illipah Gold Mine in White Pine County, northeast of the Fiore Gold Rock Project , at the southern end of Carlin Trend. Fiore Gold produces gold at …

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Registration still open for attendees at Elko Mining Expo | Mining

ELKO – The Elko Mining Expo began to take shape on June 8 as vendors set up displays of mining equipment and filled tents in and around Elko’s convention and conference centers, and organizers remind attendees to register. The show action kicks off on June 10 when the exhibits are …

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