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EY Report: Canada Top Country for Mining Deals Volume in 2014

March 5, 2015

In 2014, Canada was the most prolific buyer of mining and metals assets in terms of volume, and a close contender in terms of value. Despite that, overall deals globally continued to decline on both a volume and value basis

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Fitch: U.S. Met Coal Production Pressured, Pricing Remains Subdued

March 5, 2015

According to Fitch Ratings, metallurgical coal prices at current levels should flush out excess high cost production, but this is not the case. Australian Government Office of Chief Economist forecasts U.S. met coal exports dropping to 56 million tonnes in

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Harper Government Reinforces Support for Mining Industry During PDAC 2015, Canada

March 5, 2015

Parliamentary Secretary Kelly Block delivered keynote remarks on behalf of the Honorable Greg Rickford, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources and Minister for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario, at the opening ceremonies of the Prospectors and Developers Association

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Highland Copper Lays Out Mine Development Plans for Michigan Projects

March 4, 2015

Highland Copper has assembled a number of high quality copper assets located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula region, including Copperwood, acquired in June 2014 from Orvana Minerals Corp., White Pine, acquired in May 2014 from a wholly-owned subsidiary of First Quantum

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Imperial Metals Begins Trucking Copper Concentrate from Its Red Chris Mine, B.C.

March 4, 2015

Imperial Metals Corporation’s Red Chris mine trucked its first shipments of copper concentrate to the Port of Stewart, BC on February 27, 2015. Commissioning of the flotation circuit with low grade ore commenced on February 15. During the second week

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Wyoming Legislature Passes Support Legislation for Rare Element Resources’ Bear Lodge Project

March 4, 2015

The Wyoming legislature has unanimously passed a support resolution for Rare Element Resources Ltd.‘s Bear Lodge Project. The resolution recognizes the significance of re-establishing a strong domestic rare earth production base and the importance and need for timely completion of

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Revett Mining to Complete Permitting for Rock Creek Project in Montana; Troy Mine Operations Ceased

March 4, 2015

The transition to care and maintenance at Revett Mining Company, Inc.‘s Troy Mine was successfully completed during February 2015. Mining operations ceased at the end of January 2015 and an orderly shutdown of milling operations and transition to care and

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Pa. Congressman Murphy Challenges EPA Administrator Over Flaws in Climate Change Regulation

March 4, 2015

Under intense questioning from Congressman Tim Murphy (R-PA) at an Energy & Commerce Committee hearing, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy was forced to acknowledge several major shortcomings in the agency’s proposed greenhouse gas regulation for new coal-fired power plants.

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Pilot Crushtec International Takes Top Honors at Sandvik Global Awards

March 4, 2015

Pilot Crushtec International’s reputation received a global endorsement recently when the company was honored at Sandvik Mobiles’ 2014 Distributor Awards. The Jet Park-based business was judged to be the top performer in two categories. Firstly, it was recognized as Sandvik’s

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NMA Newsmakers Video: Caterpillar’s Group President Steve Wunning Discusses Future of Mining

March 4, 2015

In this edition of NMA Newsmakers, Group President of Caterpillar Steve Wunning discusses the future of the mining industry and the energy debate.   About NMA The National Mining Association (NMA) is U.S. mining’s advocate in Washington, D.C. and beyond.

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