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A mineral reserve is the economically mineable part of a measured and/or indicated mineral resource.
The complex of layers A-F, the thickest in north-eastern Estonia, is called the mineable bed.
--high losses related to oil shale mining--to support the roofs of mining shafts, about 2530% of mineable oil shale is left as pillars;
Uranium ore is a finite quantity on our planet, and has become more difficult to find in mineable quantities, so like oil and gas the price has tended to rise.
Officials said the mine will be idled at that time due to the exhaustion of the final panel of mineable coal; the producer first announced the impending end of Emerald's life in August 2014, at that time projecting the end of 2015 for a closure date.
Coalspur's flagship project is Vista, which covers approximately 10,000 hectares and provides a large scale, surface mineable, thermal coal development.
Only 690 million tonnes of mineable polyhalite ore are needed to deliver 50 years of production.
According to the guidelines as laid down by the International Energy Association (UCG ISBN 978-92-9029-471-9) UCG is unsuitable for a shallow mineable deposit like Thar.
Its total mineable reserves are estimated at 193m tons.
The country's mineable deposits contain large quantities of clay and kerogen (fossilized material), which makes them more difficult to fracture and therefore less productive.
About 27,000 metres of drilling is focusing on a proposed pit shell to better define its mineable gold calculations.
The geochemical concentrations of gold and base metals in HMCs from Indus and Kurram rivers suggest encouraging results and existence of potentially economical mineable placers at some localities.