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UK potash mine wins planning consent

Planning permission is granted for the £1.7 billion York Potash mine project in Yorkshire, UK. At a special planning meeting yesterday (30 June), 15 voting members of the North York Moors National Park (NYMNP) planning committee decided by the narrowest of margins to approve the development by 8 votes to 7. 959 more words


GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos - 30 Jun 2015

GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 30 Jun 2015

  • Mid-morning fire at Enterprise, ECD leaves five homeless
  • Miners lodge proposals for relief with government
  • Commonwealth SG…
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Curtis Island LNG projects more-or-less doubled heavy construction activity in peak period

About the great American mountain-man Jim Bridger, Johnny Horton sang “That he was making history never once occurred to him.” I wonder if the men and women who have worked on the Curtis Island LNG plants have realised that they themselves have been making history. 263 more words


Oaks Disaster Volunteer

We are working with Barnsley Archives and Local Studies to look for volunteers to help them research those killed in the 1866 Oaks Disaster, the worst mining accident in English history. 219 more words

3Novices:3D mapping to give WA gold industry a life extension

The WA Government has launched a multi-million initiative to extend the life of major mines, as well as reveal the next big deposits.



3Novices:Woodside enters next development phase for Browse FLNG

Woodside Petroleum has announced its Browse FLNG project will move into the front-end-engineering and design phase.



3Novices:Carmichael coal unviable according to Liberal government consultants

Queensland treasury officials in the Newman government regarded the Carmichael coal project as “unbankable” due to high debt and offshore corporate structure.