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Metallis Resources Retains Lightfoot Geoscience to Advance Thunder North Nickel Project, Canada

November 10, 2017

Metallis Resources Inc. has retained Lightfoot Geoscience Inc., owned and operated by Dr. Peter C. Lightfoot, PhD., P.Geo.  Dr. Lightfoot will be conducting a comprehensive review and interpretation of geochemical, geophysical and geological data collected by Metallis to evaluate the

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Trevali Completes PEA for Halfmile-Stratmat Zinc-Lead-Silver Deposits in New Brunswick, Canada

November 10, 2017

Trevali Mining Corporation has completed the jointly prepared preliminary economic assessment (PEA) led by SRK Consulting (Canada) Inc. for its wholly-owned Halfmile and Stratmat massive sulphide zinc-lead-silver deposits in the Bathurst Mining Camp of New Brunswick, Canada. “This PEA study

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ISO Technical Committee Releases New International Standard to Reduce Mining Accidents

November 9, 2017

There’s no question that mining has been made safer over the years, but mines are still one of the most hazardous places to work. The causes can be numerous, from explosive dust and toxic gases to collapse of mine shafts,

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Tintina Resources to Conduct Third-party Environmental Study of Black Butte Copper Project, Montana

November 9, 2017

An environmental consulting firm has been hired at a cost of $420,000 to conduct a third-party environmental study of a proposed copper mine that’s under scrutiny because of its location in the vicinity of a popular floating and fishing river.

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United Coal to Open Morgan Camp Coal Mine, W. Va.

November 9, 2017

The United Coal Company told 5 News Tuesday afternoon that they are closing a mine near the Upshur County and Randolph County line, and opening a new mine nearby. 5 News investigated after receiving multiple reports of rumors that The

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SilverLiner in Pikeville to Employ Coal Miners and Create Specialized Trucks, Kentucky

November 9, 2017

SilverLiner, a new manufacturing company, is coming to Pikeville. The company will be located in the Kentucky Industrial Park and produce tanker trucks. “It means more to me than anything to put our people back to work,” Chris Tomlinson, owner

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Reclaim Appalachia President Envisions Potential for Reclaimed Mine Sites

November 9, 2017

West Virginia could produce profitable niche crops grown on reclaimed mine sites. At least that’s what Nathan Hall, president of Reclaim Appalachia envisions. Hall spoke about uses for reclaimed sites at the West Virginia Good Jobs Conference Tuesday at Tamarack.

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South Dakota School of Mines’ New President Jim Rankin Lays Out Goals

November 9, 2017

Like his peers, Jim Rankin left South Dakota in search of a job after he graduated from South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in 1978. There were no other options, said Rankin, who returned to the school as its

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RC Resources Receives Partial Approval for Its Rock Creek Silver-Copper Mine, Montana

November 9, 2017

A long-gestating mining plan for the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness has been drawn out further. Forest Service announced Oct. 31 that it would approve the initial, exploratory phase of RC Resources’s proposed silver- and copper-mining operation in the wilderness, part of

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CONSOL Energy Receives Permits for Longwall Operations at Bailey Mine, Pa.

November 9, 2017

CONSOL Energy Inc. has received permits from the state Department of Environmental Protection for three new longwall panels at Bailey Mine in northwest Greene County. Operations can proceed with panels 6L, 7L and 8L, but the DEP has not yet

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