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EYEBROW

29 September 2017
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EYEBROW

26 September 2017

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The Birimian: plenty more where that came from

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West Africa holds onto junior appeal

Discovery potential worth the accompanying challenges

Permitting resolution sees Pebble progress

Northern Dynasty pursuing smaller project without cyanide

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Mine Risk Management > Politics

A model mining code too hard

A universally adopted model mining code sounds preferable to capriciously applied or ill-defined rules but the choice is more nuanced and less straightforward.

Mine Risk Management > Politics

A model mining code too hard

A universally adopted model mining code sounds preferable to capriciously applied or ill-defined rules but the choice is more nuanced and less straightforward.

A model mining code too hard

A standardised mining code might have limited impact on minimising investment risk

Mining codes serve two principal purposes: they must offer investors confidence about the security of their capital; at the same time, they must accommodate the expectations of all stakeholders about the distribution of benefits from mineral developments.