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Minnesota DNR Issues Permits For PolyMet Mining
 
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State regulators are giving the go-ahead to a controversial mining project near Minnesota's Iron Range, Reg Chapman reports (2:09). WCCO 4 News at 6 - Nov. 1, 2018
The battle for Minnesota’s $1 trillion mining jackpot
 
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Minnesota’s Arrowhead region sits atop a trove of precious metals: mining companies say the area holds four billion tons of raw material like copper and nickel, a haul worth $1 trillion. But local residents and activists are taking a stand against encroaching mining operations, citing the potentially disastrous environmental consequences. Josh Buettner of Iowa Public Television reports.
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Polymet Mining - Focused on Developing the NorthMet Copper-Nickel-Precious Metals Project
 
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SNNLive spoke with Douglas Newby, CFO of Polymet Mining (TSX: POM) (NYSE Mkt: PLM) at the 6th Annual LD Micro Conference 2013 in Bel Air, CA. For more information: http://www.polymetmining.com/
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Nevada-based, Historic World-Class Mining District - Comstock Mining
 
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The PolyMet Project: Responsibly Mining Minnesota's Natural Resources
 
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http://www.GoPolyMet.com: PolyMet Mining President and CEO Jon Cherry talks about the proposed copper-nickel mining project in Northeastern Minnesota. He describes the iconic Minnesota mining asset the PolyMet project will reuse, the substantial economic benefits it will create and the essential metals it will produce.
Views: 2350 PolyMet Mining
Nickel Prices Will Rise Even Without The EV Revolution | Martin Turenne & Brian Leni
 
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At the 2018 Mines and Money Toronto conference, Martin Turenne (CEO, FPX Nickel) and Brian Leni (Junior Stock Review) shared why they are both very bullish on nickel as a commodity. This interview is a must-listen for investors wanting to understand the fundamental case for a rising nickel price. Martin and Brian also discuss the investment value proposition of FPX Nickel (TSX-V: FPX) giving investors an introduction to the company. 0:05 Introduction 0:57 Nickel prices over the last 15 years 2:30 Primary use of nickel 3:44 Nickel prices will rise even without the EV revolution 5:15 Why Brian is bullish on both nickel & FPX Nickel 6:31 Martin discusses FPX Nickel 8:00 Martin’s thoughts on British Columbia as a mining jurisdiction 9:24 Brian’s favorite EV revolution metal is nickel 9:45 Class 1 versus Class 2 nickel markets 12:10 Who will buy FPX’s nickel product? 13:55 What could prevent nickel’s rise in price? Sign up for our free newsletter and receive interview transcripts, stock profiles and investment ideas: http://eepurl.com/cHxJ39 Mining Stock Education LLC did not receive any compensation to conduct and publish this interview. The content found on MiningStockEducation.com is for informational purposes only and is not to be considered personal legal or investment advice or a recommendation to buy or sell securities or any other product. It is based on opinions, SEC filings, current events, press releases and interviews but is not infallible. It may contain errors and MiningStockEducation.com offers no inferred or explicit warranty as to the accuracy of the information presented. If personal advice is needed, consult a qualified legal, tax or investment professional. Do not base any investment decision on the information contained on MiningStockEducation.com or our videos. We may hold equity positions in some of the companies featured on this site and therefore are biased and hold an obvious conflict of interest. MiningStockEducation.com may provide website addresses or links to websites and we disclaim any responsibility for the content of any such other websites. The information you find on MiningStockEducation.com is to be used at your own risk. By reading MiningStockEducation.com, you agree to hold MiningStockEducation.com, its owner, associates, sponsors, affiliates, and partners harmless and to completely release them from any and all liabilities due to any and all losses, damages, or injuries (financial or otherwise) that may be incurred. To access the free Resource Insider E-book: https://capitalistexploits.org/86-5.html To learn about the Resource Insider investment service: https://capitalistexploits.org/86-6.html Use discount code “MSE” and receive 15% off the normal subscription rate.
Mike Beck: Battery Metals Part 4 -  Unprecedented Demand Picture Forming in Copper
 
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To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com Mike discusses the copper market. It is a massive market with 20 millions of tons production per annum which is ten times larger than nickel. In this series, we’ve worked from the niche battery metals all the way to the largest which is “big copper”. Copper is particularly interesting as Electric Vehicles represent a new area of incremental demand. The average E.V. requires 80kg more copper than a regular vehicle. There is also significant copper needed to build out E.V. infrastructure in the power grid as well as battery charging infrastructure. Last year there was a detailed study published by Glencore which looked at how much incremental copper demand would come from this new market. They showed that E.V. would create 4 million tons of new demand by 2030. This is 17% of last years world mine supply and where it will come from is anyone’s guess. Currently, there are serious issues with declining grades, permitting issues, and environmental constraints. The industry has been under-invested in new supply due to low prices. The current copper price is $7200 per ton, and this structural deficit will likely grow. The industry is not going to invest in new capacity until incentivized by much higher prices. The capital intensity of a new ton of metal is about $10,000 per ton. Four million tons multiplied by ten thousand implies a need for a 40 billion dollar capital investment. He discusses three copper plays each with their own risk profile. First Quantum, Nevada Copper Corp., and Gold Reach Resources. The copper demand picture is unprecedented in comparison to anything in the last twenty years. Copper demand is linked to GDP growth, and the E.V. market will thus bring additional somewhat unexpected demand.
Views: 3052 Palisade Radio
PolyMet Mining: Inspiring a New Era in Minnesota Mining
 
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http://www.GoPolyMet.com: PolyMet Mining plans to build a safe, modern copper-nickel mine in the center of the Iron Range -- right where Minnesotans have been mining key resources for generations. It will launch a whole new era of prosperity on the Iron Range by mining essential metals while, just as importantly, protecting Minnesota's woods, water and wildlife.
Views: 1858 PolyMet Mining
Mining near BWCA closer to reality
 
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The Trump Administration has removed some of the barriers copper-nickel exploration in Superior National Forest near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area wilderness.
Views: 249 KARE 11
Troubles With Mining Abroad
 
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Mining is one of the industries that built this country. And today, Canadian companies operate resource extraction interests in more than 100 countries. But in some of those places, not everyone is rolling out the welcome mat for companies putting down roots and mine shafts. That is the case for some in the Philippines, and The Agenda examines why.
Trek Mining with CEO Christian Milau
 
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"You Can't Make A Safe Mine" Says Activist LaDuke On Polymet
 
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Political and environmental activist Winona LaDuke opposes the proposed Polymet mine for northern Minnesota. "There's no safe way to do what they want to do," LaDuke told The UpTake before a Stop PolyMet rally on Tuesday. "You can't make a safe mine." Environmentalists are concerned that the mining of heavy metals PolyMet proposes for northern Minnesota will cause long term environmental damage including residue that will leech from the site hundreds of years after the mining is finished. "There is not a mining waste fairy," says LaDuke. "I don't want mercury in my water." Unions are supporting the mine which is the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reviewing. Supporters such as former Rep. Tom Rukavina say the metals are needed to make computers, cell phones and other high tech devices. Rukavina also says the mine will provide jobs and a needed economic boost to the slowly recovering Minnesota Iron Range economy. LaDuke disagrees saying the job estimates are "exaggerated" and the mining is not crucial. "We won't freeze in the dark or starve if we can't have these mines.
Views: 168 Michael McIntee
Ormonde Mining
 
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PolyMet | Brad Moore Speaks About the Permit to Mine Application Submission
 
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Brad Moore explains the importance of our Permit to Mine application. It’s the last major permit application we need to submit to build and operate Minnesota’s first copper-nickel mine, which will create good jobs and positive economic impact for northeastern Minnesota families.
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Our Houses Are Our Gold - Shut Down Mintails Mining Operation.
 
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A community populated by people who mostly survive on indigent grants fights the open cast mining practices of Australian owned Mining Operation - Mintails - which is doing unrestrained blasting only 150 meters away from their homes. This community say that a process of public participation was not engaged in and they were not consulted by government officials or company officials about the open cast mining and blasting. They simply heard blasts and sustained structural damage to their homes. Now the community are demanding that the mining operation close down completely as they see no solution to this destruction of their homes and impact on their health. They are not impressed with the court interdict obtained by Mogale City to close the mine while further inspections are done - calling this a smokescreen to destract from obvious irregularities in the granting of the mining license by both government officials and Mintails They have repeatedly requested a copy of the Environmental Impact Assessment - but this has been refused on the grounds that this is ..... The struggle against this dangerous and destructive mining operation continues and the community want the truth to be revealed and those involved in the irregularities to be arrested and they want the mine shut down with immediate affect.
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Sam Wagner on proposed PolyMet/Glencore Mine in Northeast Minnesota
 
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Last night was the 3rd and final public comment forum (unless they decide to extend to 180 days) on the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed mine site belonging to Canadian company PolyMet (owned by Glencore) and land exchange between the Minnesota DNR, US Forest Service and Army Corps of Engineers. I didn't get a chance to speak, so here is what I would have said if my name had been called. Follow @WamSwagner for more like this, from around the globe.
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PolyMet: Mining Metals is Necessary for Clean Energy
 
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http://www.GoPolyMet.com: Brad Moore, executive vice president, environmental and governmental affairs, explains why metals are necessary for the production of clean energy. A large wind turbine uses 2,000 pounds of copper per megawatt.
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PolyMet: Hoyt Lakes Mayor Says Minnesota Needs PolyMet Mining
 
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http://www.GoPolyMet.com: Hoyt Lakes Mayor Mark Skelton explains how the City of Hoyt Lakes was built on mining and how the processing plant closure in 2001 has impacted the city. PolyMet Mining's proposed copper-nickel mine is a chance to rejuvenate the city and produce essential metals, all while protecting the environment.
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CLEAN ENERGY CRYPTO MINING?
 
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Quarterly Payouts in Ethereum for as long as you hold Veritium, forever. 60% of net revenues paid out to Veritium Token holders. 1. Crypto-Mining. (Mining for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ubiq, Ethereum, Zcash, Monero, Litecoin) May change according to highest profitability. This is highly profitable due our extremely cheap electricity cost. (Our Cost is US$0.035 per kWh) USA electrical cost is US$0.08 to US$0.17 per kWh China is US$0.04 to US$0.045 per kWh Singapore for comparison is US$0.20 per kWh Malaysia is US$0.13 per kWh. And we new Eco-Friendly & Renewable Energy. Future Proofing Crypto-Mining. (: 2. Vidulum, Our wallet with exchange API. Will be charging users 0.5% for exchanges and withdrawals. 3. Ponos-Mining GUI & Mining Pool, Downloadable program that will allow anyone to start mining with their PCs. We will be making it easy, fun and educational. We would then take 5% from all cryptocurrencies mined using our platform as our fees. Our platform will be creating our own mining poo. If done right, it could be one of the biggest mining pools. Our ultimate goal for our token is to make it fungible. And as our mines grow in size and value, with our Wallet Exchange and Mining GUI/Pool growing in usage, we believe that our token would also appreciate in value as the dividends increases and is not diluted due to our token being not mine-able and having a fixed supply of it circulating in the market, hopefully allowing our token to used as a bond or asset of some kind that is fungible. Visit us at https://www.veritasmining.co
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Tinka Resources Limited: in synch and in zinc
 
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Graham Carman, chief executive of Peru-focused zinc explorer Tinka Resources Limited (CVE:TK), says these are exciting times for the company. The recent surge in the price of zinc suggests that the company is in the right market, at the right time, as the world is dealing with a supply shortage of zinc, with few new projects in the pipeline to address that shortfall. Tinka, to be fair, is still only at the exploration stage with its flagship Ayawilca project, but it recently raised C$11mln from institutional investors and is ready to drill and grow its resource. The company is fully-funded for the next 12 to 18 months for what looks set to be a busy period. Carman promised “lots of news flow for investors”. “The potential’s huge,” Carman asserts. “We have a large resource already, but we want to make it even bigger. The geophysics that we’ve done indicates that we’ve only drilled 30% of the project,” Carman stated. To put that into perspective, Ayawilca has two separate inferred mineral resource zones: one of 18.8mln tonnes (Mt) at 8.2% zinc equivalent, and another of 5.4 Mt at 0.89% tin equivalent. Both are open for expansion, and Carman reminded Proactive Investors that the company had increased the permit footprint of the project. The company is not hanging about either, with drilling scheduled to start in January. The plan is to drill 15,000 metres, and 30 to 40 drill holes. All of that drilling will produce plenty of material for analysis, and it won’t be until towards the end of the year that the company will be in a position to publish an updated mineral resource estimate. “We’ll then move to a PEA [preliminary economic assessment] if it makes sense at that point,” Carman said.
Polymet Mining Issue -8th Congressional Debate
 
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Polymet mining is the topic for this portion of the debate between Rep. Rick Nolan (DFL), Stewart Mills (R) and Ray "Skip" Sandman (G). Debate took place Oct 7, 2014 in Duluth.
Views: 445 Michael McIntee
Polymet Mining- MN Governor's Green Forum
 
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Candidates for Governor of Minnesota Debate Environmental issues at the Living Expo on May 2, 2010.
Views: 238 Michael McIntee
Environmentalists Brace For DNR's Statement On PolyMet
 
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Environmentalists are bracing for the worst next month when Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources will release its final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed PolyMet copper mine in northern Minnesota. "If we don't say it now, they will try to ram it through," says Aaron Klemz, Communications Director for Friends of the Boundary Water Wilderness which organized a #StopPolyMet rally on Tuesday. Klemz says despite public opinion being against the mine, environmentalists are "swimming upstream" because the DNR is pushing the proposal. Klemz says 58,000 people responded during the DNR's public comment period and 98% were against building the mine. Environmentalists are against the mine because there is no guarantee that runoff from the mine won't leach into the water. Klemz says Minnesota is at the "top of the hill" for three major watersheds in North America and the proposed site for the PolyMet mine sits on two of those watersheds. "Why in the world are thinking of threatening our water?" said an environmental activist who rode her bike to the rally. "It's never been done safely." Klemz also says the economic impact of the mine will not be anything like the mining of old that employed thousands of people. PolyMet says the mine will create 350 permanent jobs. The plant that PolyMet will reuse to support the mine used to employ 3,000 people in 1971. "The mining industry has changed,"says Klemz. "It's automating and its requiring less and less labor each year. This is not the way to build a sustainable economy in northeastern Minnesota." Governor Dayton Undecided Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has yet to make his opinion known on the project, preferring to wait until all the data for the Environmental Impact Statement is in. It's a touchy subject politically for Dayton's Democratic Farmer Labor party. Unions would very much like to see the mine built because of the jobs it promises. Environmentalists, who also make up a significant part of the DFL, would like to see it stopped. "I've got a lot of questions. ... This will be the most momentous, difficult and controversial decision I'll make as governor," Dayton told the Duluth News Tribune in August. To help in his decision, Dayton has scheduled visits to two mines — one that was recommended by mining supporters and one that was recommended by environmentalists. He will visit Gilt Edge Mine in South Dakota on Tuesday, October 27th, and Eagle Mine in Michigan on Friday, October 30th. Dayton may have some time to make decision. Three agencies, the DNR, The Forest Service and the Army Corp of Engineers, will be taking public comments on the Environmental impact statement. The public comment period will be at least 30 days and could stretch into late December. After that, the state will have until February to determine if the environmental study was adequate. If it is, PolyMet would need to apply for permits including a mining permit. DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr, who is a Dayton appointee, would decide on issuing the permit. Presumably Landwehr would take his boss' opinion into consideration.
Views: 152 Michael McIntee
Benz Mining CEO Talks About the San Javier Copper Project in Mexico
 
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Benz Mining Corp., formerly Benz Capital Corp., (TSXV:BZ) CEO Miloje Vicentijevic spoke to Resource Investing News at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference 2015 about the San Javier Copper Project in Sonora, Mexico. In 2015, the Company plans to issue a preliminary feasibility study "by the end of the year", as well as more acquisitions, "so we can enlarge corporate [sic] portfolio. "
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Brazil Mine Mudslide Kills At Least 17
 
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Brazil Mine Mudslide Kills At Least 17 Brazil mine mudslide kills at least 17 A dam burst at a mining waste site in Brazil, unleashing a deluge of thick, red toxic mud that engulfed a village and killed at least 17 people, an official said. More than 50 more were injured in the disaster in southeastern Minas Gerais state yesterday, said Adao Severino Junior, fire chief in the city of Mariana. The number of missing looks set to surpass 40 but this is not official yet, he added. SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL TAGS Brazil Mine Mudslide Kills At Least 17 Dam Burst at Vale, BHP Mine Devastates Brazilian Town Authorities Assess Toll of Burst Dam in Brazil Deadly mudslide at BHP Billiton, Vale mine in Brazil Dozens feared dead after mining company's dam bursts in Brazil
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Brad Moore on the impact of artificial intelligence in the medicinal marijuana market
 
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April 29, 2018 – "We use different forms of artificial intelligence to actually come up with a product of data that dispensary workers, LPs, and retailers can use to create better prescriptions so that when you go home you have more confidence that certain products can help you with your glaucoma or your arthritis or whatever ailment that you are suffering from." states Brad Moore, CEO and Director of Global Cannabis Applications Corp. (CSE: APP | OTCQB: FUAPF), in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Peter Clausi. Peter Clausi: It feels like the cannabis industry has been around forever. I am sitting here drinking my breakfast with an old Abba Medix mug, but the industry is changing rather rapidly. We see it evolving into a more high-tech area and your company is in that space. Brad Moore: Yes it is. A lot has changed over the last couple of years. We have gone from lots of growing. Now into we have to start looking at how we are going to sell this stuff and what products are going to work best and that is data. Peter Clausi: For about the past year Global Cannabis has been working with various forms of blockchain technology and distributed ledger technology to try and build up data that is saleable. Can you tell us about your basic revenue model? Brad Moore: Sure. Our basic revenue model is we basically look at various forms of data, from the anecdotal side to clinical trial side. We use different forms of artificial intelligence to actually come up with a product of data that dispensary workers, LPs, and retailers can use to create better prescriptions so that when you go home you have more confidence that certain products can help you with your glaucoma or your arthritis or whatever ailment that you are suffering from. Part of the big revenue model comes just from that ability to provide access to people to that data. Peter Clausi: Are you doing the actual testing or are you aggregating test results from third parties? Brad Moore: We are actually aggregating data from two different sources from the clinical studies. We will be participating using our own cryptocurrency and finding clinical studies. We are pretty excited about that as it launches. The other way is we have two input devices which we are launching that will soon have a significant amount of cannabis users on it and we use social listening to bring those anecdotal inputs. You have to remember just because 50 people were in a study and they are talking about what products or they are getting studied to see for a certain strain to see if it helping with arthritis there is tens of thousands of people online having that exact same conversation. We use cutting edge technologies to bring it in. Peter Clausi: Nice. One of the problems in the space is that the government has had a stranglehold on the feed of cannabis for so long there is actually very little data out there. Aggregating reliable anecdotal evidence is a big part of the data. Brad Moore: And you have to measure. That is why the studies that are there so important. When we look at the way our system looks is we actually look at the individual. We do not look and say, like, 25% of people said this in a study. We look at the exact answers so that when we have people online we compare those and that is where the machine language in the narrow path neurological pathways come in actually extrapolating...to access the complete interview, click here Disclaimer: Global Cannabis Applications Corp. is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel Corp.
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project cost for copper ore processing
 
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Lakeland Currents 610 - The Impact of Copper-Nickel Mining in Minnesota
 
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On this episode of Lakeland Currents, our guests will be George Hudak and Don Fosnacht from the Natural Resources Research Institute at the U of M Duluth, and Kathryn Hoffman, staff attorney with the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy. Discussion will center on the science of mining -including the geology, the deposits, and basic research based on other projects, along with the economic and environmental impacts that could be seen here in Minnesota. Comments will be accepted until 4:30 PM CT on Thursday, March 13, 2014. Email: Submit comments to: [email protected] E-mail submissions should include a full name and legal mailing address. Aired February 6, 2014 Season 6, Episode 610
Views: 291 Lakeland PBS
Cravaack: PolyMet must get done
 
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U.S. Representative Chip Cravaack (MN) offered an amendment to H.R. 4402, National Strategic and Critical Minerals Production Act of 2012, which would provide a guaranteed time frame for the permitting process for mineral exploration. Specifically, thirty months would be given to complete the permitting process, which can currently take upwards of ten years. Importantly, the Cravaack amendment, which was adopted by the House unanimously, would allow mining projects that have already applied for a permit, and are currently in the permitting process, access to the new expedited procedures under H.R. 4402. PolyMet Mining initiated an environmental review of its proposed NorthMet copper and nickel mine in 2005. The Cravaack amendment would ensure that such projects are given a firm timeline that workers, communities, and families can count on. "H.R. 4402 is a common sense, pro-growth piece of legislation that would simply facilitate a timely permitting process for very important mining projects throughout the United States. My amendment falls along the same common sense thinking that the underlying bill comes from -- that 30 months is plenty of time to complete the total review process for permitting a mine," said Rep. Cravaack. "People's lives are on hold, futures have been put on hold, and school funds are on hold. People without jobs are waiting for work. Special interests groups are fighting to block the creation of mining jobs, and in the Eighth District, these mining jobs are needed to put food on the table. Special interests are saying that 10 years of waiting is not enough - the U.S. won World War II in less than 4 years. And incidentally, it was Iron Range mining that provided the steel for U.S. tanks, guns, and vehicles. I urge the Senate to take action on this very important piece of legislation," Cravaack added. H.R. 4402 would give agencies the ability to cut through bureaucratic red-tape, duplicative reviews, and enhance government coordination. Additionally, the bill would direct agencies to mitigate environmental impacts while developing America's mineral resources, and ensure American mineral mining projects are not indefinitely delayed by frivolous lawsuits. These steps will allow the United States to more efficiently develop the nation's strategic and critical minerals that are vital to job creation, American economic competitiveness, and national security. Critically, H.R. 4402 maintains full compliance with existing environmental regulations. The bill gives the lead agency the ability to waive duplication if the agency determines the state and federal safeguards are sufficient. Specifically, all existing environmental regulations must meet current federal standards, although certain state standards currently exceed federal standards. In such instances, the federal permitting process could be waved to avoid duplication. Rep. Cravaack serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee -- where he is Vice Chair of the Aviation Subcommittee -- the Homeland Security Committee, and the Science, Space and Technology Committee. The 8th Congressional District covers 18 counties in Northeast Minnesota.
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Wellgreen Platinum Could Be North America's Next Big PGM, Gold and Nickel Producer
 
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http://goldstocktrades.com/blog Wellgreen Platinum (WG.TO or WGPLF) is trading near all time lows below $.50 yet the new management team which took over more than two and a half years ago has spent $40 million to advance and update a 43-101 Preliminary Economic Assessment that shows it could be one of the world's largest and lowest cost platinum, palladium and nickel producers. Some of the highlights of the deposit that the major miners are interested in is the fact that it is large and open pit amenable with a very low strip ratio. The open pit scenario is much lower in capex and opex. The PEA showed a robust post tax 25%+ IRR. Wellgreen could produce over 200k ounces of PGM+AU with 128 million pounds of nickel and copper as a byproduct annually over the first 16 years of life. Infrastructure is good with access to highways and ports. There is room to grow the resource as well through additional drilling. There are very few opportunities to invest in development stage PGM projects in safe jurisdictions that are this world class. Most PGM mines are in South Africa or Russia which are very risky investments. I believe a world class deposit such as Wellgreen advanced at the Pre-Feasibility stage in a mining friendly jurisdiction in the Yukon could represent a value opportunity for an investor to accumulate shares near all time lows. Disclosure: Author owns Wellgreen and the company is a website sponsor.
Views: 280 goldstocktrades
Nevada Copper ups their reserves plus novel thinking increases cash flow projections
 
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Nevada Copper (NCU:TSX) - ups their reserves plus novel thinking increases cash flow projections. ABOUT NEVADA COPPER (NCU:TSX) Nevada Copper owns 100% of the Pumpkin Hollow Copper Development Property located in Nevada, United States. A positive Feasibility Study on Pumpkin Hollow was announced in January 2012. The Feasibility Study confirms the technical and financial viability of constructing and operating a 67,500 ton-per-day copper mining and processing operation at Pumpkin Hollow. For more information visit: http://www.nevadacopper.com ABOUT BTV: BTV, a half-hour weekly business news program, profiles emerging companies across Canada and the USA to bring investors information for their portfolio. With Host Taylor Thoen, BTV features companies at their location, interviews the company's key executives and features their products and services. For more information visit: www.b-tv.com
Gold mining project in Mauritania
 
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Commodities Update: December 30, 2010
 
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Oil is trending lower right now at $90.66 a barrel, down $0.46, but is still trading above $90 a barrel for a sixth day. Futures dropped $0.37 to $91.15 yesterday after the American Petroleum Institute said supplies rose 3.06 million barrels, or 0.9 percent, to 345.1 million. The Energy Department will release its Weekly Petroleum Status Report at 11 a.m. today, a day later than usual because of the Christmas holiday. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg, on average, think oil inventories fell 2.85 million barrels to 337.85 million barrels during the week ended Dec. 24, which would be the fourth week in a row stockpiles fell. Gasoline stockpiles probably rose 1.5 million barrels from 217.2 million, according to the analysts survey. February Gold currently is down slightly, currently at $1,410, after gaining nearly 8$ on Wednesday. Futures yesterday appear to be influenced largely by dollar weakness, with the Dollar Index falling for a second day, dropping to near a two-week low against a basket of six major currencies. Silver rose $0.38 to $30.70. Copper fell for the first time this week yesterday, with the March futures contract settling at $4.3115 a pound, down $0.0165. Futures are again rising in New York after gaining 0.7% at the London Metals Exchange to reach a record $9,466 a metric ton, as many traders anticipate tight supplies. According to Barclays Capital, global copper use will outpace supply by 825,000 tons next year, while traders and investors surveyed by Bloomberg News predicted the most active contracts could rise to $10,475 a metric ton during 2011. In company news, Polymet Mining (PLM) said it expects to file interim financials by Jan. 7, 2011, correcting possible problems first reported Dec. 14 and due to difficulties transferring to a new accounting and financial reporting system.
Stillwater Mining Co
 
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Trevali Mining (TSX:TV) VP Investor Relations and Corporate Communications Steve Stakiw Interview
 
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Trevali Mining (TSX:TV) VP Investor Relations and Corporate Communications Steve Stakiw speaks with Resource Investing News at PDAC in Toronto: http://silverinvestingnews.com/15998/inn-video-steve-stakiw-trevali-mining-santander-mine-peru-halfmile-new-brunswick.html Click on the link to view the Company's profile on Zinc Investing News: http://zincinvestingnews.com/2091-trevali-mining-corp-north-and-south-american-silver-lead-zinc-deposits.html Trevali is a zinc-focused base metals development company with active operations in Canada and Peru. http://www.trevali.com/s/Home.asp
Views: 329 InvestingNews
Rickshaw Man Doji and Weekly Stock Picks
 
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In this video we review the Rickshaw Man Doji Candlestick pattern – our fourth review of charting concepts to end the month of August. Understanding this will help you to avoid entering into a position just before the stock falls. While no candle pattern provides a sure-fire guarantee – they work a lot of the time. Stocks discussed under our weekly stock pick series include: Northern Dynasty Minerals, Apricus Bio, Tenax Pharmaceuticals, Advanced Micro Devices, PolyMet Mining, Dextera Surgical and Array BioPharma. An update of cryptocurrency news is also provided. The information provided in all of our videos are for educational purposes only and are not an endorsement to purchase stock (nor do we represent ourselves as financial advisors). Never invest more than you can afford to lose or not have access to for an extended period of time. Always do your own due diligence. If you like our videos, we appreciate if you could click SUBSCRIBE as well as LIKE. We also encourage you to watch our stock specific videos to learn more about: "How to turn $800 into $8,000 in less than a Year - Choosing between Real Estate or Stocks (How About Both)", "Predicting Stock Prices & Reading Charts", "Gravestone Doji's Can Save Your Life", and “Dragonfly Doji & Head and Shoulders Stock Patterns”. Stock tickers discussed in this episode include: NAK, APRI, AMD, DXTR, ARRY, PLM & TENX. https://youtu.be/Wf_aB5GlVKQ https://youtu.be/_zZ1nBUO0DQ https://youtu.be/flc9d18TGSE https://youtu.be/VK3QNxyvytY https://youtu.be/VK3QNxyvytY
2015/11/07 XL Pipeline, Essar Steel, Edmund Fitzgerald, Barnes-Hecker Mine
 
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Follow an investigative exclusive of North Star Oasis on $72 million that Minnesota taxpayers stand to lose in the Nashwauk Iron Ore Pellet Plant with Essar Steel. Also: President Barack Obama rejects the XL pipeline, unleashing permanent risk of more tragic train accidents; Poly Met Copper and Nickel Mine in Northern Minnesota obtains it's Environmental Impact Permit; a look at the Vale-BHP Billiton Iron Mine disaster in Brazil; a look back at the Barnes-Hecker Mine disaster in 1926; and the audio transmissions of the search for the Edmund Fitzgerald which perished 40 years ago.
Views: 99 NorthStarOasis
House Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture Finance Committee  2/11/14
 
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Financial assurance and PolyMet:. 05:50 - Gavel and introductory comments. 11:34 - Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. 2:09:55 - Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. 2:39:41 - Public testimony on how best to structure financial assurance. 4:38:12 - Response from Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. 5:01:21 - PolyMet Mining Corporation. Runs 5 hours, 13 minutes.
Views: 137 MNHouseInfo
Sam Wagner presents the "Case Against Monsanto"
 
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March Against Monsanto. March Against Corruption. March Against Capitalism. March For A New World.
Views: 119 Radical News Media
Southwest Minnesota Housing Project
 
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This was a short documentary about how a company called "Placebase Productions" put together a play for the town of Milan, MN. It also addressed how this play could fix the housing crisis in southwest Minnesota by attracting young talented artists. This footage was compiled by me and edited.
Views: 26 Joel Klein
Saddam's Gold
 
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I made this back in high school with some friends. It doesn't have sound; I was planning to add it later, but never got around to it. I could have done better, but I made it quickly, and it shows. Enjoy.
Views: 50518 Jonshii
Business Kickstart 101 Dean's Speaker Series: Geri Prior, CFO - ICBC
 
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Event footage from Business Kickstart 101 Dean's Speaker Series: Geri Prior, CFO - ICBC. March 20th, 2014. Speaker Bio: Geri holds her Bachelor of Commerce Degree in Administration and Management Information Systems from the UBC. She has been named both CFO of the Year with Business in Vancouver, and one of the top 100 women in Canada of 2012. ------ For more info on Business Kickstart 101, visit: http://www.tru.ca/business/news/kickstart.html
Mn DNR Scoping Public Meeting on the F-M Area Diversion Project (May 10, 2013)
 
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The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) held a public information meeting on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 regarding scoping documents for an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that will describe the potential environmental effects of the Fargo-Moorhead Area Diversion Project. This EIS is separate from the federal environmental review process administered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and has its own procedural steps and opportunities for public input. The DNR will consider public comments before finalizing the scope of topics to be included in the State EIS. For more information on the DNR's EIS process, links to the scoping documents, and information on how to submit comments to the DNR, go to the following web page: http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/input/environmentalreview/fm_flood_risk/index.html
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CAPITOL REPORT: Balancing Mining and Environmental Interests
 
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The Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources will face growing challenges balancing the protection of Minnesota's resources with the desire for economic growth. Southeastern Minnesota provides the greatest opportunity for silica sand mining, and DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr talks with Julie about steps the agency is taking to secure the proper balance. Senator Matt Schmit, DFL-Red Wing, sponsored legislation during the 2013 legislative session that would have imposed a state moratorium on future silica sand mining in Minnesota. In the end, local government's could extend moratoriums for two years, and state agencies were charged with overseeing mining permits. He joins Julie to review the legislation and offer his views on the future of silica sand mining and its impact on Minnesota resources and industry. In other State Capitol action, the state is creating an online website, to be operational October 1st, 2013, that will aid in the search and purchase of health insurance. Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner James Schowalter provides several answers about the future workings of Minnesota's health exchange, known as MNsure. Finally, highlights of action this week by the State Capitol Preservation Committee that endorse the first major interior renovation of the State Capitol.
Minnesota Jobs for Minnesota Workers!
 
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Hennepin County Medical Center, in alliance with Medline, a producer and distributor of health care products, is behind the current construction of a $15 million distribution center in Rogers. The facility is being built by a California company using non-union labor from outside Minnesota. http://www.minnesotabuildingtrades.org
Views: 196 LaborEd Minnesota
Vote 2018: LIVE Candidate Debates
 
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WDIO is proud to bring you the 2018 attorney general, United States Senate and Minnesota gubernatorial debates from KSTP on Sunday, Oct. 21 beginning at 7p.
Views: 969 WDIO
Roger Atkins - This is our story - TV ad
 
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This country's most precious resource is our children, and Australian Mining is helping to unearth their talent. The man who's leading the charge is Roger Atkins. Roger used to drive trucks for a living, but after receiving his Bachelor of Education in 1991, he worked his way to becoming a School Principal in Gladstone. He's now the director of the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy (QMEA), making Roger the headmaster of Australia's biggest school. Formed in 2005, the QMEA's focus is to help students develop successful careers in the mining industry. The QMEA is a partnership between the Queensland Government and the Queensland Resources Council, working across 34 state, independent and catholic Queensland schools, encompassing over 20,000 high school students. This partnership between school and industry is a world-first that offers Australian students a clear pathway from school to industry. The QMEA operates as a 'virtual' academy whose teams work directly with students and teachers to provide direct access to employment in the resources sector through programs and a niche curriculum across four different pathways - operator, trade, technical and professional. This provides not only the trades people and engineers of tomorrow, but also future HR professionals, environmental specialists, accountants, service staff and much more. As Roger says, "Through the QMEA, local high school students will now have the information, incentive and encouragement they need to forge rewarding careers in a world class local industry". This encouragement exists in the form of several innovative awards and scholarships Roger has introduced with the help of the mining industry. This year, six students were granted QMEA Awards, receiving $2000 scholarships to assist in future study and training in the resources industry. In fact, Roger has forged many firsts, ensuring school kids experience hands-on training by actually getting onto mining sites. This practical experience prior to leaving school has resulted in an 86% retention rate for QMEA apprentices versus the industry standard of 60%. Another great achievement of the QMEA is that it has helped revitalize regional areas by offering local kids long term career prospects in the area they grew up. The QMEA's expansion into the Surat Basin is the perfect example. "We are as excited as the school communities are in recognising the opportunities on offer." This includes various indigenous apprenticeships and traineeships. The area's bright future would not be possible without support from Australian Mining. As Roger says, "We are indebted to our three coal seam gas company sponsors -- Origin Energy, QGC and Santos -- for their significant vote of confidence in the region". The QMEA's success has continued with Xstrata Coal and Wandoan State School recently forming a partnership. The Wandoan Education Partnership is part of Xstrata Coal's commitment the region, providing $720,000 over three years to programs for students at the Wandoan and Taroom State Schools and Miles State High School. Three additional schools are set to come on board in the near future. It's this kind of co-operation between the education department and industry that will help prevent a skills shortage in the mining sector, providing jobs for plenty of Australians. Roger says it best; "there is no better fit for the future than home-grown talent and expertise." Twenty years ago, Roger Atkins drove trucks across the resource regions of Queensland. Now, with the help of Australian Mining, he's driving the future of Australia in the same area.
Views: 440 AusMiningStory
Parkside Resources Corporation (TSXV:PKS) CFO Richard Goldman Interview with INN at PDAC 2013
 
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Parkside Resources Corporation (TSXV:PKS) CFO Richard Goldman spoke with the Investing News Network during PDAC in Toronto: http://goldinvestingnews.com/32949/inn-video-richard-goldman-of-parkside-resources-on-gold-exploration-in-ontario.html Click the link to learn more about the Company on the Gold Investing News Network: http://goldinvestingnews.com/29422/exploring-gold-ontario-forester-lake-project-parkside-resources-corporation.html Parkside Resources Corporation is a Canadian based mineral exploration company dedicated to building shareholder value through focused exploration, discovery and development of high quality precious and base metal projects. The Company has entered into an Option and Joint Venture Agreement with Benton Resources Corporation to explore the Forester Lake Gold Property which is located approximately 100km north of Pickle Lake, Ontario and roughly 35km southeast of Goldcorp's Musselwhite Gold Mine. Incorporated in 2005 Parkside Resources Corporation is a reporting issuer in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, the common shares of which are listed for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange. http://www.parksideresources.com/s/Home.asp
Views: 288 InvestingNews

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