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Canadian Metals Hires Consulting Firm BBA to Assess Sites for Ferrosilicon Production Plant, Quebec

May 11, 2015

Canadian Metals Inc. (CME) has mandated BBA to undertake an assessment study for selecting a suitable industrial site, in the Province of Québec, for the ferrosilicon production plant. Since the project was launched last February, CME management and the technical

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Pele Mountain MOU with SKN Gains Support from Government in Canada for Rare Earth Processing

May 11, 2015

Pele Mountain Resources Inc. has received support from the Federal, Provincial and City government representatives for the memorandum of understanding (MOU) that Pele recently entered into with Sheng Kang Ning (Shanghai) Mining Investment Co. Ltd., (SKN). On April 22, Pele

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IC Potash Appoints Industry Experts to Enhance Development of Ochoa Project in New Mexico

May 11, 2015

IC Potash Corp.‘s wholly owned subsidiary Intercontinental Potash Corp. (USA) has appointed Patrick Okita as chief development and technical officer and has retained Graham Wheelock and Kevin Burford to assist with the development of the Ochoa Project. “We are delighted

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ACCCE: As Clinton Cozies Up to Greens, Hardworking Americans Left Out in the Dark

May 11, 2015

The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity called out presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for her fundraiser being hosted by climate activist and hedge fund manager Tom Steyer this afternoon at his San Francisco home. Steyer, listed on Forbes’ 400 list

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Senator Shelley Moore Capito Chairs Hearing Examining Legal Implications of Clean Power Plan

May 11, 2015

U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), Chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee’s Clean Air and Nuclear Safety Subcommittee, chaired a hearing examining the legal implications of President Obama’s Clean Power Plan and delivered the following opening

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Mars Resources Acquires Johnson Camp Copper Mine Making Way for 150 Jobs, Arizona

May 8, 2015

The sale of Johnson Camp Mine, an open pit copper operation located in Dragoon, is expected to close this week, preventing the mine’s shutdown and making way for about 150 new jobs, according to John Travassos, the mine’s environmental, safety

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Grand Rapids-based Magnetation Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Minnesota

May 8, 2015

Grand Rapids-based Magnetation LLC announced Tuesday that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to allow it “to restructure the company’s balance sheet and provide liquidity to support long-term operations.” Company officials said Magnetation will continue to pay its employees,

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Ontario Mine Rescue Competition Kicks Off this Week in Timmins

May 8, 2015

It’s Ontario Mine Rescue competition week in Timmins. Beginning today and carrying through to Friday, mine rescue teams from Timmins and Kirkland Lake will be taking part in a double district competition. Two of the North’s best-known mining communities will

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Federal Judge Weighs Postponing Alaska’s Pebble Mine Hearing

May 8, 2015

An Alaska federal court judge is considering postponing this month’s arguments over Pebble mine after discovering that the Environmental Protection Agency’s inspector general is investigating the agency’s efforts to halt the project. In an order issued Monday afternoon in Anchorage,

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Final Environmental Impact Statement Issued for Four Corners Power Plant and Navajo Mine, Mexico

May 8, 2015

The federal Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement released a final environmental impact statement on the Four Corners Power Plant and Navajo Mine on Friday. The document evaluates the potential environmental impacts of continued operations at the Four Corners

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