Category: General Post
Our interview with Dennis McLerran With EPA visits to Bristol Bay coming up this week, we decided to interview a former EPA administrator regarding his impressions of the region. Dennis … Continued
Northern Dynasty Minerals CEO Ron Thiessen presented at the Denver Gold Forum last week, sharing an updated company presentation and optimism for permitting of the copper/gold/molybdenum prospect within three years. … Continued
In early October the Environmental Protection Agency will hold hearings in Bristol Bay to receive comments about its proposal to withdraw the 2014 Proposed Determination, which recommended certain restrictions for … Continued
This week the Pebble Advisory Committee met face to face for the first time in Anchorage to learn more about developer plans for the copper-gold-molybdenum mining prospect located in Bristol Bay, … Continued
In accordance with an agreement the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) made with the Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) in May 2017 to resolve litigation, the … Continued
Pebble Limited Partnership recently announced that it had contracted with AES Regulatory and Technical Services to “lead a collaborative business development planning initiative to include Alaska Native village corporations with … Continued
Northern Dynasty Minerals (NDM), which owns 100% of the Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP), has signaled investors that it is serious about moving forward with beginning the process of permitting the … Continued
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today that it had reached settlement terms with the Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) over litigation PLP had brought against the agency in 2014. That … Continued
Five days into the job, EPA Administrator Pruitt is requested to rescind steps the agency took in 2014 to seek restrictions on large-scale mining activity at the Pebble deposit in Bristol Bay, Alaska.
Northern Dynasty Minerals stock fell sharply Tuesday in the wake of a negative report from a small investment company that questioned the economic viability of the company’s sole project, the proposed Pebble mine, in Bristol Bay, Alaska.