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  • () Mining and Arctic Communities ResearchGate

    Besides the need for more balanced research between different life-cycle stages we uncovered five research gaps concerning the knowledge base needed to increase the sustainability of Arctic mining

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  • Nunavut miner calls for Arctic strategy Nunatsiaq News

    Currently, Agnico Eagle is the largest road builder in the territory. At a cost of $200 million, the company has built and owns more than 200 kilometres of Nunavut road. Citing the Mining Association of Canada, Boyd said 70 per cent of the increased cost of working in the North compared to the south is due to the lack of infrastructure.

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  • P&H Mining Corp.

    This mining system uses far fewer trucks, resulting in up to 30% less equipment and consumable costs. Combining two giants. In 1994, Harnischfeger Industries (later known as P&H Mining Equipment) purchased Joy Mining Machinery. The two companies continued to operate independently.

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  • Why everyone wants a piece of the Arctic Macleans.ca

    Why everyone wants a piece of the Arctic In temperature and politics, the Arctic has never been hotter. As other nations try to get in on the action, Canada is gearing up for a fight.

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  • Leeb's "$26 Billion Treasure Trove 48 Miles North of the

    The pitch is from Stephen Leeb, it's an ad for his Real World Investing ($1,495/yr, no refunds), and it's another mining story this is the intro "Discovered $26 Billion Treasure Trove 48 Miles North of the Arctic Circle "Move on this tiny $2 company today and you could walk away with $312,400"

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  • Mining Cummins Europe

    Rating 37 3281 kW (49 4400 hp) Powering Underground & Surface Mining Equipment Since powering the very first diesel shovel in 1926, Cummins has provided the mining industry with reliable power solutions able to perform in any environment in Europe, from 2000 metres below the surface to open pit mines in the Arctic Circle.

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  • ABOUT THE ARCTIC GATEWAY GROUP

    ABOUT THE ARCTIC GATEWAY GROUP The Arctic Gateway Group LP owns and operates the Port of Churchill, Canada's only Arctic seaport serviced by rail, on the Hudson Bay Railway, running from The Pas to Churchill, Manitoba. Strategically located on the west coast of Hudson Bay, the Arctic Gateway is the front door to Western

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  • Norilsk Nickel, Russian Platinum ready to invest $3.8 bln

    The company owns the joint venture on parity basis. "Together with the Russian Platinum company, we launched one of the world's largest projects for the development of the platinum group of metals the Arctic Palladium project. It is now at the stage of making an investment decision. By 2033, estimated capital investment will be more

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  • Top Zinc Stocks of 2019 on the TSX Investing News

    Wondering what the top zinc stocks are? Check out this list of three zinc companies that have seen share price increases so far in 2019.

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  • Future Arctic More Mining, More Shipping and More

    Future Arctic More Mining, More Shipping and More Tourists As the Arctic thaws, northern nations dream of a new economy By Benjamin Hulac, ClimateWire on March 13, 2015

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  • Project Overview Trilogy Metals Inc.

    project overview The Company is focused on exploring and developing its sizable holdings in the Ambler Mining District in Alaska. The most advanced projects in this prospective district are Arctic and Bornite.

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  • Gold Penny Stocks List of Gold Stocks Trading At Penny

    Canadian Gold Mining Companies Gold Penny Stocks. Anooraq Resources Corporation (Symbol ANO Trades on NYSEAMEX) Anooraq Resources Corporation (Anooraq) is engaged in mining, exploration and development of mineral deposits located in the Bushveld Igneous Complex (BIC), South Africa. The Company's subsidiaries include N1C Resources

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  • Ekati Diamond Mine Operations Dominion Diamond Mines

    The company operates the Ekati Diamond Mine in which it owns a controlling interest. Over the mine's early years, production was focused on six open pits (Beartooth, Fox, Koala, Koala North, Misery, and Panda) and three underground operations (Koala, Koala North, and Panda).

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  • Departed Interior Official Led Alaska Mining Road Review (2)

    A former Interior Department official who abruptly resigned last month personally expedited environmental review for a 211-mile private road project across federal land that would open up a vast new copper, gold and precious metals mining district near a national park in northern Alaska, according to a company seeking to mine there.

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  • The Arctic Who owns it? Edmonton Journal

    On Monday U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared Canada's claim to sovereignty of the Northwest Passage is "illegitimate."Canada has a long tradition of trying to bolster its stake in

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  • Home Dominion Diamond Mines

    Dominion Diamond Mines is a Canadian diamond mining company with ownership interests in two major producing diamond mines situated approximately 200 kilometers south of the Arctic Circle in Canada's Northwest Territories. The Company operates the Ekati Diamond Mine, in which it owns a controlling interest, and also owns 40% of the Diavik

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  • Corona Virus Hits Metal Industry, NorNickel Reducing

    Money pours in for the world's largest producer of nickel and palladium, the Russian corporation NorNickel. Last year its operating result reached USD 7.9 billion. However, the outbreak of the corona virus may hit the company's economy hard. Demand has dropped in recent weeks.

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  • The Arctic a history New Internationalist

    This also resulted in the US and Canadian Governments imposing the rule of law on the far North for the first time. Russia found that it had masses of Arctic coal as well as diamonds, nickel and copper. Coal mining on Spitsbergen Island began in 1899 450,000 tons had been extracted by the 1970s. Most lucrative were oil and gas reserves

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  • Who Owns the Arctic Graphic NYTimes

    07.12.2013 · Who Owns the Arctic. Territorial claims of countries in the Arctic are being spurred by the presence of large caches of oil and natural gas, melting ice and dwindling energy reserves in other regions. Related Article » By BADEN COPELAND and DEREK WATKINS. Areas with 50% or greater chance of large. undiscovered oil and gas reserves. Areas under contention or not yet. part of any country's

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  • Who Owns the North Pole? LewRockwell

    The battle for the North Pole is snowballing between national governments along the Arctic Circle, as they all have their eyes set on the vast natural resources residing in the Arctic region. Indeed, it's estimated the Arctic Ocean floor contains 22 percent of all unused oil and natural gas in the world — the largest remaining untapped concentration.

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  • MINING IN THE ARCTIC on Vimeo

    10.07.2013 · MINING IN THE ARCTIC. SCRIPT When heavy cargo must get through the frozen reaches of the planet, massive icebreaking ships are called on to open the way. Icebreakers like this one could soon meet the world's most

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  • Mining Diamonds in the Canadian Arctic The Diavik Mine

    Figure 1. The Diavik diamond mine, shown here in February 2015, is located on a small island in Lac de Gras, approximately 300 km northeast of Yellowknife and 220 km south of the Arctic Circle, in a remote region of Canada's Northwest Territories.

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  • Deep Seabed Mining Greenpeace International

    Deep seabed mining could have serious impacts on the ocean environment and the future livelihoods and wellbeing of coastal communities. Only 3% of the oceans are protected and less than 1% of the high seas, making them some of the least protected places on Earth. The emerging threat of seabed mining is an urgent wake-up call.

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  • Industrial extraction of Arctic natural ScienceDirect

    Arctic mining was most successful where peripheral extensions to existing railway networks were constructed. In the contemporary Euroarctic, the post-Fordist demand for flexible production tends to produce local disintegration, outsourcing and fly-in/fly-out strategies for labor on demand, which is likely to limit positive impacts on local and regional economies.

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  • Arctic Sea Mining, LLC in Eagle, AK Company Info &

    Arctic Sea Mining, LLC is an Alaska Limited-Liability Company filed on March 20, 2014. The company's filing status is listed as Good Standing and its File Number is 10019603. The Registered Agent on file for this company is Kerwin Krause and is located at 13135 Badger Lane, Anchorage, AK 99516.

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  • ImageMaker Inc.

    Arctic oil extraction frozen, but mining to bring a

    While the US interior department has launched a review of Shell's whole Arctic oil drilling programme, mining projects look promising.

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  • Who Owns the Arctic? Understanding Sovereignty

    This book had the wrong title. It certainly discussed sovereignty disputes in the Northern hemisphere, but it largely focused on Canada, and what Canada has done in its Arctic territories, and what it should do to protect its interest (especially in relations to off-shore mining and resource extraction, and the nature of the Northwest Passage).

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  • Concerns raised about proposed road to Ambler Mining

    A lot of concern is being raised about a proposed 211-mile industrial access road proposed to be built from the Dalton Highway to the Ambler Mining District in the western Brooks Range.

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  • Who Owns These Buildings and Mining Machines on the

    In 2017, two strange features in the crater Paracelsus C, on the other side of the Moon, have been discovered. The two structures are actually mining machines used for mining operations carried out by extraterrestrials. Now, more strange structures and complexes have been discovered on the Moon. According to many experts, the features of the

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  • Finland to save Talvivaara mining operations Eye on the

    Mining operations at Talvivaara's Sotkamo quarry are expected to resume in September, following an announcement Friday that the government will purchase the mine from the parent company. The

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  • Physical Geography Arctic and Antarctic circles

    Start studying Physical Geography Arctic and Antarctic circles. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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  • The fight to own Antarctica Financial Times

    The greatest areas of tension are those that touch on the growing economic and strategic interests in Antarctica, such as tourism and fishing (mining is banned). Signatories to the treaty, which

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