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U.S. Army Corps poised to recommend approval of Alaska's Pebble Mine

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is poised to give its blessing later this week to an Alaska copper and gold mining project the Obama administration tried to block because of concerns it could harm the state’s salmon industry.

A final environmental impact statement (EIS) recommending development of Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd’s Pebble Mine will be released on Friday, with a notice scheduled to be published in the Federal Register, Dave Hobbie, regulatory chief for the Army Corps’s Alaska District, said in a Monday telephone news conference.

Release of the final EIS would mark a dramatic reversal in a nearly two-decade saga over a project that is widely opposed by Alaskans, especially those in the Bristol Bay region.

Hobbie said the Army Corps will make a final permit decision no earlier than 30 days after the release of the final EIS.The Pebble Mine would, if brought online, produce 70 million tons of gold, molybdenum and copper ore a year and create a pit 1,970 feet (600 meters) deep. A new road, pipeline and power plant would be built, according to the mine plan.

“All the alternatives would have environmental consequences, you know, damage,” Hobbie said, referring to differing plans for the project. “It is recognized that any option would have damage.”

Former President Barack Obama’s administration in 2014 moved to stop the Army Corps from issuing wetlands permits for the mine’s construction after a study found it would damage salmon-rich habitats.

President Donald Trump’s administration initially seemed opposed to the project as well, but last year lifted Obama-era restrictions, stating the limits were based on hypothetical scenarios different from Northern Dynasty’s submitted permit application.

The United Tribes of Bristol Bay, which represents 15 area tribal governments, on Monday repeated its call for officials to block the mine.
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Northern Dynasty: Alaska’s Pebble Project has Potential to Become One of America’s Leading Metals Producers

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 21, 2020 / Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX:NDM)(NYSE American:NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") reports that its 100%-owned US-based subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership (the "Pebble Partnership") released a public statement today commenting on future production potential from the proposed Pebble mine project, noting it is poised to become one of the leading metals producers in the United States.

The Pebble Partnership release states:

"With a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Record of Decision (ROD) for the proposed Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum mine project in southwest Alaska expected this summer, Pebble Partnership CEO Tom Collier noted it appears more and more likely that Alaska could become home to another significant metals producer.

"The lead federal regulator for the Pebble Project, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), has signaled its intent to publish a Final EIS on July 24 and a ROD shortly thereafter. Pebble's Collier said the Draft EIS published by the USACE last year, and subsequent contributions from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the State of Alaska, tribal entities and other cooperating agencies, point toward a positive outcome for the federal permitting process.

"'We have reason to believe that Pebble will be judged to be a project of merit, and will receive its key federal permits under the Clean Water Act and River & Harbors Act this summer,' he said. "The next steps facing the company and the project will be to secure a major funding partner and acquire the state permits necessary to take Pebble into production.'

"State permitting for Pebble is expected to take 2 - 3 years to complete, followed by a four-year construction phase. Once operating, Pebble will be among the leading metals producers in the United States. As described in the Project Description1, each year during 20 years of production the proposed Pebble mine would produce mineral concentrates containing, on average:
•318 million lb copper;
•362,000 oz gold;
•14 million lb molybdenum; and
•1.8 million oz of silver.

"Collier said Pebble has the potential to be the third largest copper producer in the United States (producing ~12% of US output annually) and the fourth largest gold producer (producing ~6% of US output each year). It also contains rhenium, a relatively rare element used in jet engines and high-octane fuels, and palladium, a precious metal employed in fuel cells and catalytic convertors, among other applications.

"Depending on prevailing market prices, about 60% and 30% of the annual value of production at Pebble will be derived from copper and gold respectively, with the balance coming from other metals.

"'There's absolutely no doubt there is growing domestic and international market demand for the metal commodities Pebble will produce,' Collier said. ‘Whether it's surging demand for copper to facilitate the US and global transition to a low carbon future, the increasing demand for gold we're seeing in the current economic climate or the other strategic metals our mine will produce, the world needs Pebble.'

"America's transition away from fossil fuels and toward clean and renewable sources of power will be particularly copper-intensive, as will the requirement for smart grid technology to make the nation's energy transmission and distribution system more efficient. Electric and hybrid-electric cars, solar and wind power installations, as well as the energy infrastructure required to enable these technologies, will all require substantially more copper than the transportation and energy systems they replace.

"The US currently imports 35% of its annual copper needs from foreign producers, as well as 82% of its rhenium, 68% of its silver and 32% of its palladium. For copper and many other strategic metals, America's import reliance is expected to grow in future as domestic demand rises faster than supply.

"'It in the United States' best interest to develop reliable and long-term domestic sources of mineral commodities like copper, gold, molybdenum, silver, rhenium and palladium - strategic metals that are critical to the country's economic, energy, military and industrial future,' Collier said.

"'It is equally important to source these minerals from jurisdictions that are known to be leaders in environmental protection, in conserving healthy fish and wildlife populations, as well as in environmental justice and human rights. That description fits Alaska to a tee, and is one more reason why Pebble is poised to become one of America's leading metals producers.'"


Stephen Hodgson, PEng, Vice President Engineering for Northern Dynasty reviewed and approved the technical information in this news release.

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New front forms in battle over land route servicing proposed Pebble mine

pencil Author: Elwood Brehmer, Alaska Journal of Commerce clock Updated: 15 hours ago calendar Published 15 hours ago

https://www.adn.com/business-economy/20 ... bble-mine/

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FEIS approved!!! ✅ 👏🏻 🥳

The EIS states the Corps has determined that “even though some alternatives may not be available to the applicant at this time, the alternatives remain reasonable under (National Environmental Policy Act) guidelines and are retained in the EIS.”

https://www.alaskajournal.com/2020-07-2 ... onclusions

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents ... mmary.html
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24 jul 2020 07:07
FEIS approved!!! ✅ 👏🏻 🥳

The EIS states the Corps has determined that “even though some alternatives may not be available to the applicant at this time, the alternatives remain reasonable under (National Environmental Policy Act) guidelines and are retained in the EIS.”

https://www.alaskajournal.com/2020-07-2 ... onclusions

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents ... mmary.html
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Overzicht van het project
Ben ermee zoet geweest dit 112 pgina dikke verslag te lezen🤓
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Munnybunny schreef:
07 jul 2020 09:53
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07 jul 2020 09:26
Leuke dag gisteren en nog meer goed nieuws dat eraan komt :up: .

Wanneer denken jullie uit te stappen?
Voor het besluit van 24/07 of vlak erna?
Miss zijn er wel enkelingen die nog willen doorgaan tot ze in 2026 (of zoeiets) effectief gaan ontginnen?
Met deze vooruitgang die ze maken, ben ik bijna overtuigd dat Pebble zijn vergunning krijgt. Maar zeker ben je pas als het getekend is. De FEIS ergens vóór 24 juli. Daarna volgt binnen 30 dagen de ROD ‘Record of Decision’.
Persoonlijk wacht ik niet echt op de ontginning, daar ontginnen zeer veel geld kost en tijd. Ik gok meer op een B/O. Denk aan Barrick, Freeport, Newmont...
Dus nu is het wachten op uiterlijk 24/08 voor de ROD.
Indien dat ook nog goed gaat hoop je maw op een B/O om nog een extra klapper te maken?

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FEIS ✅
ROD 30-45 dagen
BO of partner...

On the strength of the Final EIS and ROD expected this summer, Northern Dynasty's goal is to secure a major mining company (or consortium of companies) to become a partner(s) in the Pebble enterprise, and participate in the final stages of project evaluation, design and permitting. In the meantime, the Pebble Partnership will continue to advance programs and partnerships to enhance public and political support for the Pebble Project in Alaska, and prepare for state permitting.

Pebble Partnership CEO Tom Collier said the publication of a Final EIS is the most significant milestone in the project's history.

"Today was really fifteen years in the making
," Collier said. "From the beginning, we dedicated the time, resources and technical work to ensure we had a project that could be done responsibly, be done without harm to the Bristol Bay fishery, and provide meaningful contributions to the communities closest to the project. After an extensive, rigorous, and transparent review process, the USACE has concluded the Pebble Project meets that mark."

Collier said he expects the Final EIS to contribute to growing support for the Pebble Project in local villages and state-wide, and further enrollment in the Pebble Performance Dividend revenue sharing program for full-time residents of Bristol Bay.

"Alaskans have demanded that Pebble, and any Alaska resource development project, meet its high standards before the project could advance," he said. "Today, we have passed a critical milestone on that journey."
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