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Mine

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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ADNAMA Mining Resources Corporation (Surigao del Norte)
In reply to another question, the Minister said that commencement of mining operations in a coal mine auctioned and allotted under the Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act, 2015 needs several clearances/approvals/permissions which inter alia includes Approval of Mining Plan, Approval of Mine Closure Plan, Forest Clearance, Grant of Mining Lease, Consent to Establish under Environment Protection Act, License for use of Explosives, Opening of Escrow Account, Ground Water Clearance etc., which are required to be obtained post auction/allotment from various departments/ministries/agencies viz.
In bench BG4, first place went to James Gardner (Alabama), followed by Consol Buchanan Mining's Josh Richardson.
Instead, it was a signal for greater cooperation with mining companies.
It will be largely bulk mining at a rate of 33-million tonnes of ore per year with a grade of 1.8 g/t Au, producing 5.1 million g of Au per year (180,000 oz) with a five-and-a-half-year mine life.
One of the best-known environmental mining disasters happened in Martin County, Kentucky in 2000, when 250 million gallons of toxic liquid waste burst through a coal waste dam.
One of the reasons, I am sorry to say, is that the geologists, miners, engineers, prospectors and companies who collectively make up the mining industry have not done a good job of compiling their wonderful stories or making them easily available.
It depends on the region of the country: In West Virginia, you've got a lot of underground mining and you have surface mining.
Only after it created the atom bomb did officials tell us there were some dangers with mining uranium.
The image suggested by the term "data mining" is an attractive one, but, unfortunately, it may not be very informative to those records and information management (RIM) professionals who need to know what data mining means for them.
Barrick is now studying the request, but the company has said publicly that underground mining is not feasible.
Some buyouts are meant to protect the species, landforms, or other features of a parcel of land, while others are meant to prevent polluting activities, such as mining or oil exploration, from taking place on the land.