Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. reports that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Alaska-based Pebble Limited Partnership announced today it has received commitments from five prominent Alaskan and national figures to serve as founding members of an Advisory Committee formed to provide independent, external advice as the Pebble Project advances into federal and state permitting.
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Donald Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has injected new life into the long-stalled and controversial copper-gold-silver project near Bristol Bay, southwest Alaska.
Permit allows Northern Dynasty to work in the area for the next 12 months, but it includes requirements for state inspections, as well as an unprecedented $2 million guarantee as back stop for exploration clean-up.
Rebuttal comes as shareholders launched an investigation over possible false and misleading statements made by the miner about its Pebble copper-gold project in Alaska.
Shares in the Canadian miner behind the stalled Pebble copper-gold project in Alaska nosedived after a report branded the venture as “worthless.”
Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. expects the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to announce in the first quarter of 2017 that it will let the application process proceed for the controversial project.
Northern Dynasty Minerals, parent company of the Pebble mine proponent, disappointed at the narrow scope and limited findings of government probe.
Relying on hypotheticals.
A federal judge has ruled in favour of the Pebble mine project, putting a temporary halt on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s efforts to protect Bristol Bay.
Northern Dynasty Minerals dropped 7.69% to 78 cents on Friday.
Northern Dynasty’s share price is cheap, too, according to Thiessen.
It seems unlikely that Canada's Northern Dynasty could go it alone on the massive copper-gold mine.
Agency officials took part last month in an "armed inspection" to several gold mines near the remote town of Chicken, Alaska.
Hearing with republican-dominated Committee on Science, Space, and Technology.
White House EPA nominee grilled over watershed assessment.