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New Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act gives U.S. miners some breathing room from ESA and “Waters of the U.S.” designations.
Will the president’s permanent ban on oil & gas development in Alaska’s Bristol Bay weaken Northern Dynasty’s chances for Pebble project approval?
Two new mining projects may have their futures enhanced, astonishingly, by the NDAA up for consideration by the U.S. Senate.
The U.S, mining industry is having trouble finding enough workers to fill spaces, suggests new reports.
The AEMA has filed a legal challenge to U.S. Forest Service sage grouse settlement with environmental special interests.
The most obvious sticking point between the two main parties is their stance on uranium mining.
Two Europeans have been arrested for trying to smuggle 77 kilograms of gold out of the country.
David Pocock and seven others staged an environmental protest at the Maules Creek coal mine.
Veolia is sweeping London streets for platinum and other precious metals that can be sifted from the grime.
Guatemala’s Congress didn’t bother to disclose it was doubling mining royalties.
The state hopes to resolve its long-running dispute over the Kumtor gold mine this month.
The inter-ethnic conflict in mineral-rich Katanga province has accounted for 77,000 displacements.
In a surprise move late today, the government apparently instructed the Reserve Bank of India to relax the so-called 80:20 rule on imported gold.
Bankers and analysts agree that cashed up private funds could pick up assets cheaply.
Red tape and legal uncertainty have in the past frustrated many of Colombia’s investment plans.
Zimbabwe has deferred a 15% tax penalty on mining firms who export raw platinum to 2017.
The new government will review mining contracts signed under former president Blaise Compaore.
The latest request for an audit for a nation’s officially held gold reserves has come from France’s Marine le Pen.
China has one of the worst mine-safety records because old pits have been kept open to meet coal demand.
A crackdown on illegal gold mining has spawned new smuggling routes through its border with Bolivia.
A mining ministry official says the new Indonesian coal export rules had little impact in October.
Gina Rinehart says not enough people understand the importance of mining to Australia’s economy.
The Canadian miner is being sued for alleged complicity in human-rights abuses at its Bisha gold mine.
Two firms have filed legal complaints against Poland over what they see as the unfair allocation of key permits.
Plan Nord has been dealt a crippling blow by the pending closure of a major mine as iron ore prices sink.
Several witnesses indicate they could support increased regulation of their activities.
Kumba will move some homes from the west of its Sishen mine in South Africa to a new precinct by year-end.
After a two-year probe, a U.S. Senate subcommittee is holding 2 days of hearings to question bankers on commodities activity.
Support has dropped 38%, falling short of the majority backing it needs to become law.
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