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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District Court in eastern Kentucky has issued indictments to state political representative and coal operator Wendell Keith Hall as well as ex-mine reclamation inspector Kelly Shortridge on charges of bribery so that Hall could avoid receiving safety citations.
Mayor, Coun Ernest Gibson, with ex-mine workers, Ronnie Slater, Jacky >Payton and Ronnie Peterson in front of a Westoe Lodge banner
The PFS has identified an average ex-mine gate cost of US$39 per tonne of coking coal produced for the life of mine.
Germany is now subsidising its coal, whose ex-mine production costs are Euro 180.
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.
The largest contribution to ex-mine revenue continued to come from asbestos at E32.
According to him, several discrepancies have been found related to the names of the ex-mine workers, which did not match with the South African database.
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.
The contract is for the supply of ex-mine Bogdanka high-plow complex for low decks.