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Feasibility Study Shows Hudbay’s Proposed Rosemont Mine Could be Larger than Planned, Arizona

August 16, 2017

A new report raises the possibility that copper extraction for the proposed Rosemont Mine could someday spread beyond the existing boundaries of its planned open pit to a mountain ridge line visible from Green Valley to the west. The latest

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Critical Elements Submits EIS for Rose Lithium-Tantalum Project, Canada

August 16, 2017

Critical Elements Corporation has submitted its environmental impact study (EIS) for the Rose Lithium-Tantalum Project to the Environmental and Social Impact Review Committee (COMEX) and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA). Submission of the EIS, which was developed by WSP,

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Nippon Dragon Resources Forms Joint Venture with Val d’Or Resources

August 16, 2017

Nippon Dragon Resources Inc. has formed a joint-venture partnership agreement with an American company, Val d’Or Resources Corporation. Management personnel of Val d’Or Resources Corporation have recently completed their due diligence by an on-site visit of both properties owned by

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Peabody Energy Seeking Approval to Expand Its Twentymile Coal Mine, Colorado

August 16, 2017

Federal officials are collecting input on a plan to allow a coal mine in Northwestern Colorado to dig an additional 640 acres. Energy company Peabody Energy wants the government’s approval to mine millions more tons of coal at the Twentymile

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Coal Executive Murray Wins Favorable Court Orders in Lawsuits Against HBO and NY Times

August 15, 2017

Coal executive Bob Murray won a pair of small victories in his lawsuits against HBO host John Oliver and The New York Times for alleged defamation. The lawsuits from Murray, the outspoken CEO of Murray Energy Corp., alleges that both

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W. Va. Senator Manchin Emerges as Possible Pick for Energy Department

August 15, 2017

Some White House and Republican officials are exploring the idea of putting West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin in charge of the Energy Department, according to four people familiar with the discussions, a move that could boost President Donald Trump’s

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Trial Dates Set for Men Accused of Killing Coal Executive Ben Hatfield

August 15, 2017

Trial dates have been set for two men accused of killing a coal company executive while he cleared loved ones’ graves in a Mingo County cemetery last year, after one of the men withdrew a guilty plea made earlier this

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Bankrupt Owner of Closed Horizon Coal Mine Offers Condominium Sale for Reclamation Clean-Up, Utah

August 15, 2017

Nearly five years after it was closed amid a swamp of defaulted debt and safety violations, Carbon County’s Horizon coal mine remains dormant while state regulators and federal land managers struggle to get owner Hidden Splendor Resources to pay reclamation

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FERC Chairman to Keep Coal Plants Online One of His Main Goals

August 15, 2017

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Chairman Neil Chatterjee said he would look for ways to “properly compensate” coal plants for providing reliable electricity during his time as a top energy regulator. “These are essential to national security. And to that

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Republicans Divided on W. Va. Governor’s Plan to Subsidize Appalachian Coal

August 15, 2017

Western state Republicans have already come out against West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice’s proposal to the Trump administration to subsidize burning Appalachian coal. “When the federal government starts picking energy winners and losers, American taxpayers lose,” Wyoming Republican Sen. John

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