Ex Mine

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Ex Mine

An agreement between a buyer and a seller relating to the price one owes to the other with respect to the development of a mineral.
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MOP ex-mine cash costs are expected to be US$39/tonne and FOB at Djibouti of US$83.
Mayor, Coun Ernest Gibson, with ex-mine workers, Ronnie Slater, Jacky >Payton and Ronnie Peterson in front of a Westoe Lodge banner
The contract is for the supply of ex-mine Bogdanka high-plow complex for low decks.
The ex-mine tonnage, grade and % Merensky statistics tabulated
The PFS has identified an average ex-mine gate cost of US$39 per tonne of coking coal produced for the life of mine.
The head of the Association of Ex-Mine Workers, Felix Condarco, said, "We are ready to sacrifice more lives if the government doesn't change the pensions law.
Across the UK, hundreds of thousands of claims have been registered already on behalf of ex-mine workers suffering from respiratory diseases.
More than 500,000 claims have been registered on behalf of ex-mine workers.
Ex-mine worker John, his wife Kay and 18-year-old Mark were part of a syndicate - the other members were Kay's sister Linda Leech, John's brother James Morgan, and sister Mary Morgan -who won almost pounds 9.
MOP ex-mine cash costs are expected to be around US$75-$100 per tonne and SOP ex-mine cash costs are expected be among the lowest in the industry at between US$110 and $150 per tonne.
The ex-mine tonnage, grade and % Merensky statistics tabulated above excludes the low grade material from surface sources.
More than 500,000 claims have been registered on behalf of ex-mine workers suffering from respiratory diseases or vibration white finger, a condition which affects hands and arms.