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Agnico Eagle’s Whale Tail Gold Project Receives Federal Ministerial Approval, Canada

February 20, 2018

The federal minister for Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs has signed off on a new mining project near Baker Lake, Nunavut. Agnico Eagle’s Whale Tail project is an open-pit gold mine, expected to operate for three to four years, starting

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Tundra Carbon Capture Project Advances with Federal Funding, North Dakota

February 20, 2018

The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $6 million to researchers for early design work on a system to capture carbon dioxide from an existing North Dakota coal-fired power plant. The grant money will go to advance Project Tundra, a retrofit

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Renewed Tax Credits to Assist Developing Clean Coal Technologies, W. Va.

February 20, 2018

Included in the recently passed and signed Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 was the Furthering carbon capture, Utilization, Technology, Underground storage and Reduced Emissions Act which extends and expands the Section 45Q carbon sequestration tax credits. U.S. Rep. David McKinley,

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Judge Grants Motion to Dismiss Charges Against Coal Executive Laurita, W. Va.

February 20, 2018

Hours after the Department of Justice filed to forgo further prosecution of a Morgantown coal boss on campaign finance charges, Senior U.S. District Judge Irene M. Keeley granted the request by dismissing the indictment against James Lewis Laurita Jr. “We

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Discovery Channel’s ‘Gold Rush’ Set to Leave Park County, Colorado

February 20, 2018

It’s been nearly two years since the reality-TV show “Gold Rush” roared into Park County, descending on an old dredge near Fairplay with a small army of trucks and excavators to mine for television gold — and a bit of

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Bridger Coal Cleared of Fault at Bridger Coal Mine Fatality, Wyoming

February 19, 2018

The roof was secured with bolts driven 12 feet into the rock. The face, a 10-foot high wall of coal, was abnormally quiet. There were no pops or cracks in the dark before the wall rolled on Jaime Olivas, a

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Great Atlantic Acquires Mascarene Cobalt-Copper-Nickel-Gold Property, New Brunswick

February 19, 2018

Stock House reported that Great Atlantic Resources has acquired the Mascarene Cobalt-Copper-Nickel-Gold Property in southwest New Brunswick. The property, located approximately 6 kilometers southwest of the town of Saint George, has excellent access with paved provincial roads transecting or in

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Wyoming Considers Lawsuit in Fight for Coal Export Terminal in Washington State

February 19, 2018

Wyoming lawmakers are considering a bill to spend $250,000 in state funds to bring back a proposed coal terminal in Washington state. The bill would put the money in a fund to pay for legal challenges to permit denials, according

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FERC Justifies Rejection of DOE Coal Plan

February 19, 2018

A Trump-appointee responsible for nixing the Energy Department’s coal gambit said Friday that energy regulators had to reject the proposal because it was “following the law.” The agency’s proposal to prop up the coal industry was not a proper role

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Environmentalist Hurchalla Loses in Court; Jury Awards Rock Mine $4.4 Million, Florida

February 19, 2018

Maggy Hurchalla, one of Florida’s most prominent environmental activists, was found liable Wednesday for interfering with already-signed contracts. After eight days of testimony, the six-member Martin County Circuit Court jury awarded Lake Point Restoration more than $4.3 million in damages.

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