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Silver Spruce to Acquire Past-Producing Kay Mine, Arizona

March 23, 2017

Silver Spruce Resources Inc. has entered a purchase agreement with Cedar Forrest, LLC to acquire 100 percent ownership of 70.84 acres of patented claims covering the past-producing Kay Mine, located in Yavapai county, Arizona, roughly 50 miles north of Phoenix.

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Peabody Energy Recognized as “2017 Coal Mining Company Of The Year” by Corporate LiveWire

March 23, 2017

Peabody Energy has been named coal mining company of the year for 2017 by United Kingdom-based Corporate LiveWire, recognizing the company’s excellence in safety performance, environmental stewardship and leadership in advancing technology solutions.    The honors were given by a

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Peabody Energy Readies for Confirmation for Plan of Reorganization, Paving Way for Emergence

March 23, 2017

Peabody Energy has reported that the judge presiding over the company’s Chapter 11 process in United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Missouri has ruled that he intends to confirm the company’s amended plan of reorganization after finalization

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EnviroLeach Expands Facilities in Burnaby, British Columbia to Accommodate Growth

March 23, 2017

EnviroLeach Technologies Inc. has relocated its offices and laboratory to an expanded facility in Burnaby, British Columbia. The new 4,200 square foot facility was required to meet the anticipated demand of the patent-pending, non-cyanide EnviroLeach Process. The new facility will

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Hexagon Mining Selects Downtown Tucson, Arizona for Its Corporate Headquarters

March 23, 2017

Hexagon Mining has selected to relocate and expand its Tucson, AZ-based North American headquarters to downtown Tucson. Hexagon Mining employs 140 people in Tucson and plans to add 120 jobs over the next five years. Hexagon Mining employs 580 people

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SME Annual Conference & Expo Draws More than 6,300 Attendees

March 23, 2017

The 2017 Annual Conference & Expo of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME) was held at the Colorado Convention Center Feb. 19-22, and welcomed industry professionals from around the world. Thirty-five countries and virtually every state in

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Trump’s Proposal About U.S.-Made Steel Pipelines Could Increase Metallurgical Coal Demand

March 22, 2017

More coal has been shipped through Bluefield recently because of an uptick in the export of metallurgical coal to Europe, but a local coal expert says the real shift in production could be seen next year. Rick Taylor, president of

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Kansas Court Clears Way for Sunflower Electric’s $2.2 Billion Coal-fired Power Plant

March 22, 2017

Kansas’ highest court has cleared a major obstacle to the long-delayed construction of a big, new coal-fired power plant. The state Supreme Court on Friday rejected an effort by an environment group to force the state to regulate emissions linked

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Elko Mining Reverse Expo Teaches Lessons on Communication

March 22, 2017

Instead of selling products or services, companies should tell their customers what “pain they ease.” This was just one of the lessons learned during the second annual Elko Mining Reverse Expo this week in the Conference Center. The one-day event

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Vandalism Causes Storage Tank Leak at Former Catenary Coal Operation, W. Va.

March 22, 2017

About 1,000 gallons of sodium hydroxide solution leaked from a storage tank at a closed Kanawha County coal mine, apparently after someone shot two holes in the tank, the state Department of Environmental Protection said Monday. The incident occurred at

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