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Droopymaes schreef:
24 jul 2020 13:10
Munnybunny schreef:
07 jul 2020 09:53
Droopymaes schreef:
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?

In elk geval al proficiat met je run en succes met je resterende stukken!
Thx 😊
Zit jij er ook nog in? Dan ook proficiat aan jou om aan dit avontuur met mij te zijn begonnen. 👏🏻





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Northern Dynasty receives Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Alaska’s Pebble Project

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VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 24, 2020 / Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX:NDM)(NYSE American:NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") reports the Final Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") for its Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum project in southwest Alaska has been released by lead federal regulator, the US Army Corps of Engineers ("USACE").

At more than 2,000 pages, the Final EIS is the culmination of a 2 ½-year long, intensive review process under the National Environmental Policy Act. While led by the USACE, the Pebble EIS also involved eight federal cooperating agencies (including the US Environmental Protection Agency and US Fish & Wildlife Service), three state cooperating agencies (including Alaska Department of Natural Resources and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation), the Lake & Peninsula Borough ("LPB") and federally recognized tribes.

Technical, permitting and legal experts for Northern Dynasty and its 100%-owned US-based subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership (the "Pebble Partnership") have initiated a comprehensive review of the Final EIS.

Based on the findings of the Draft EIS published in February 2019 and the preliminary Final EIS distributed for cooperating agency review in February 2020, as well as the Pebble Partnership's careful management and close scrutiny of the federal permitting process, Northern Dynasty believes the Final EIS describes a proposed open-pit mine and related project infrastructure that will protect water quality, fisheries, wildlife and other valued natural resources, and that can secure all necessary federal and state permits in future.

Topline findings from the Final EIS Executive Summary ("ES") published today include:

On subsistence fish and wildlife resources: "Overall, impacts to fish and wildlife would not be expected to impact harvest levels. Resources would continue to be available because no population-level decrease in resources would be anticipated." (ES 51)
On commercial fishing: "There would be no measurable change in the number of returning salmon and the historical relationship between ex-vessel values and wholesale values. In addition, there would be no changes to wholesale values or processor operations expected…. Under normal operations, the Alternatives would not be expected to have a measurable effect on fish numbers and result in long-term changes to the health of the commercial fisheries in Bristol Bay." (ES-87)
On water quality: "An Alaska Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (APDES) permit stipulation requires treated water quality monitoring, to ensure discharged water meets applicable water quality criteria. Assuming these protections are adopted, direct and indirect impacts of treated contact waters to off-site surface water are not expected to occur." (ES-70)
On local communities and socioeconomic impacts: "The increase in job opportunities, year-round or seasonal employment, steady income, and lower cost of living described above would have beneficial impacts on the EIS analysis area, especially for communities in the LPB, during construction and operations of the project." (ES-54)
"The project could reduce or eliminate the current local population decline because of the increase in employment opportunities and indirect effects on education and infrastructure; it could also lead some prior residents to return to communities." (ES-48)

"We're ecstatic to reach this major milestone in the advancement of the Pebble Project - a modern mineral development proposal that has the potential to become one of the most significant metals producers in the United States, and a major source of jobs, investment, economic activity and government revenues in Alaska," said Northern Dynasty President & CEO Ron Thiessen.

"There is more work to be done, but the publication of the Final EIS today is a clear validation that Pebble can be developed in an environmentally sound and socially responsible way, creating benefits and opportunities for the people of Bristol Bay and all Alaskans."

The Final EIS describes a proposed open-pit mining operation and associated ore processing facilities in southwest Alaska, an 82-mile road, pipeline and utilities corridor to a permanent, year-round port facility on Cook Inlet, a lightering location in Iniskin Bay, a 164-mile natural gas pipeline from existing energy infrastructure on the Kenai Peninsula to the Pebble mine site, a 270 MW natural gas-fired power plant at the mine site and smaller power generation facility at the port site.

Over 20 years of mining, the Pebble Project as proposed will extract ~70 million tons of mineralized material annually at the extremely low strip ratio of just 0.12:1. A conventional blast-haul-crush and froth flotation milling process with nameplate capacity of 180,000 tons per day will be employed to produce, on average, 613,000 tons of copper-gold concentrate each year (containing 318 million lb Cu, 362,000 oz Au and 1.8 million oz Ag) and 15,000 tons of molybdenum concentrate (containing 14 million lb Mo).

Shortly following release of the Final EIS, the USACE is expected to issue a Record of Decision ("ROD") with respect to several of Pebble's key federal permits. The Pebble Partnership must also secure a number of permits issued by the State of Alaska, a process expected to take 2 - 3 years.

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."

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

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Jawel, alles (is niet veel hoor) nog @ avg inkoop 1,40 $.
Ben nu aan het twijfelen wat te doen :think: .
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Northern Dynasty receives Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Alaska’s Pebble Project

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 24, 2020 / Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX:NDM)(NYSE American:NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") reports the Final Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") for its Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum project in southwest Alaska has been released by lead federal regulator, the US Army Corps of Engineers ("USACE").

At more than 2,000 pages, the Final EIS is the culmination of a 2 ½-year long, intensive review process under the National Environmental Policy Act. While led by the USACE, the Pebble EIS also involved eight federal cooperating agencies (including the US Environmental Protection Agency and US Fish & Wildlife Service), three state cooperating agencies (including Alaska Department of Natural Resources and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation), the Lake & Peninsula Borough ("LPB") and federally recognized tribes.

Technical, permitting and legal experts for Northern Dynasty and its 100%-owned US-based subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership (the "Pebble Partnership") have initiated a comprehensive review of the Final EIS.


Based on the findings of the Draft EIS published in February 2019 and the preliminary Final EIS distributed for cooperating agency review in February 2020, as well as the Pebble Partnership's careful management and close scrutiny of the federal permitting process, Northern Dynasty believes the Final EIS describes a proposed open-pit mine and related project infrastructure that will protect water quality, fisheries, wildlife and other valued natural resources, and that can secure all necessary federal and state permits in future.

Topline findings from the Final EIS Executive Summary ("ES") published today include:
•On subsistence fish and wildlife resources: "Overall, impacts to fish and wildlife would not be expected to impact harvest levels. Resources would continue to be available because no population-level decrease in resources would be anticipated." (ES 51)
•On commercial fishing: "There would be no measurable change in the number of returning salmon and the historical relationship between ex-vessel values and wholesale values. In addition, there would be no changes to wholesale values or processor operations expected…. Under normal operations, the Alternatives would not be expected to have a measurable effect on fish numbers and result in long-term changes to the health of the commercial fisheries in Bristol Bay." (ES-87)
•On water quality: "An Alaska Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (APDES) permit stipulation requires treated water quality monitoring, to ensure discharged water meets applicable water quality criteria. Assuming these protections are adopted, direct and indirect impacts of treated contact waters to off-site surface water are not expected to occur." (ES-70)
•On local communities and socioeconomic impacts: "The increase in job opportunities, year-round or seasonal employment, steady income, and lower cost of living described above would have beneficial impacts on the EIS analysis area, especially for communities in the LPB, during construction and operations of the project." (ES-54)

"The project could reduce or eliminate the current local population decline because of the increase in employment opportunities and indirect effects on education and infrastructure; it could also lead some prior residents to return to communities." (ES-48)

"We're ecstatic to reach this major milestone in the advancement of the Pebble Project - a modern mineral development proposal that has the potential to become one of the most significant metals producers in the United States, and a major source of jobs, investment, economic activity and government revenues in Alaska," said Northern Dynasty President & CEO Ron Thiessen.

"There is more work to be done, but the publication of the Final EIS today is a clear validation that Pebble can be developed in an environmentally sound and socially responsible way, creating benefits and opportunities for the people of Bristol Bay and all Alaskans."

The Final EIS describes a proposed open-pit mining operation and associated ore processing facilities in southwest Alaska, an 82-mile road, pipeline and utilities corridor to a permanent, year-round port facility on Cook Inlet, a lightering location in Iniskin Bay, a 164-mile natural gas pipeline from existing energy infrastructure on the Kenai Peninsula to the Pebble mine site, a 270 MW natural gas-fired power plant at the mine site and smaller power generation facility at the port site.

Over 20 years of mining, the Pebble Project as proposed will extract ~70 million tons of mineralized material annually at the extremely low strip ratio of just 0.12:1. A conventional blast-haul-crush and froth flotation milling process with nameplate capacity of 180,000 tons per day will be employed to produce, on average, 613,000 tons of copper-gold concentrate each year (containing 318 million lb Cu, 362,000 oz Au and 1.8 million oz Ag) and 15,000 tons of molybdenum concentrate (containing 14 million lb Mo).

Shortly following release of the Final EIS, the USACE is expected to issue a Record of Decision ("ROD") with respect to several of Pebble's key federal permits. The Pebble Partnership must also secure a number of permits issued by the State of Alaska, a process expected to take 2 - 3 years.

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."

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

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Volg je post op een afstand. Nooit trekker zelf over gehaald bij NAK.
Wel chapeau, zeker als je al van begin de rit aan het rijden zijt.
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@ munnybunny
Volg je post op een afstand. Nooit trekker zelf over gehaald bij NAK.
Wel chapeau, zeker als je al van begin de rit aan het rijden zijt.
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Trump administration says massive Alaska gold mine, won’t cause major environmental harm, reversing Obama era decision


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PM op een gegeven moment +25 % en met dit nieuws toch in de min gaan :o :shock:

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PARTNER LIKELY IN THE WINGS

In our view, the positive Final EIS and recently announced NPRI program should improve public opinion of the project considerably, and reduce local opposition. This should make the Pebble project far more attractive to a broader range of larger-tier partners. We believe a positive ROD will follow in the upcoming 45-60 days, and act as the final catalyst and de-risking event prior to a re-partnership. We also believe the NPRI will succeed in improving public opinion of the project, and provide added “comfort” to potential larger-tier partners that otherwise may not have been willing to take on perceived “reputational risk.”

As such, we believe a JV partnership at Pebble will be a 2020 event, likely shortly after the ROD and 404 Wetlands permit, though potentially before. A re-partnering event if/when it occurs will be the single most important de-risking event for NAK and likely the largest positive catalyst for its share price. That said, travel restrictions related to COVID-19 may have impacted potential JV-partners’ ability to conduct sufficient on site due-diligence over the last several months, and as such, there is risk to our 2020 re-partnering forecast. In any case, for “catalyst driven” institutional investors, we recommend owning Northern Dynasty shares ahead of a re-partnership announcement, particularly because we believe this to be a near term (2020) event.

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Heb vanmorgen achter info aan het zoeken geweest en niets gevonden.
Heel sterk dit :clap: :up: !

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