2021-4-10 Pages in category "Mining companies of Australia" The following 74 pages are in this category, out of 74 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
2021-3-31 Greenland holds an election next week that could decide the fate of vast deposits of rare earth metals which international companies want to exploit and are vital to the Arctic island’s hopes of
2021-4-6 Greenland’s mining potential is widely seen as vital to its prospects of achieving more economic independence, as its $3 billion economy and large public sector are heavily reliant on grants
The people of Greenland will have to make a decision about two possible mining projects. The projects could bring financial gain to the island, but could also harm the Arctic island’s environment.
2021-4-15 Australian mining interests. Two large-scale mining projects in Greenland are owned by Australian mining companies. Not far from Kvanefjeld is another REE deposit, for which Perth-based mining company Tanbreez Mining Greenland was granted an exploitation licence in February.. Tanbreez’s chief geologist Greg Barnes claims to have inspired former United States President
2021-1-8 The Chinese companies are world champions in this and the EU and the US both worry that China might use its monopoly for pressure. In 2014, a ban on uranium mining in Greenland was lifted by the parlamentet in Nuuk with only a one vote majority. Imot uran: Múte B. Egede. Muté B. Egede.
2021-4-7 HELSINKI (AP) — Greenland’s main opposition party, which is against an international mining project involving uranium and other metals on the Arctic island, has emerged as the biggest party
2021-3-31 Greenland to Hold Election Watched Closely by Global Mining Industry By Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen and Nikolaj Skydsgaard COPENHAGEN (Reuters) Greenland
2021-4-6 Greenland plans to grow its economy by developing its fishing, mining and tourism sectors, as well as agriculture in the southern part of the island, which is ice-free year-round.
2021-3-31 Greenland, Lanteigne, the Arctic University professor, recently wrote in The Diplomat, may become a “make-or-break component of the Polar Silk Road, given Chinese mining interests in the