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Exportation, sale and disposal of minerals 3. Application by holder of mining lease 4. Application by person other than holder of mining lease 5. Shipment of diamonds 6. Application for licence to export industrial minerals General provisions concerning mineral rights 7. Conditions of mineral rights 8. Record-keeping and reporting obligations 9

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  • NC DEQ: Mining Program Rules and Laws
    NC DEQ: Mining Program Rules and Laws

    N.C. Mining Act of 1971 - G.S. 74, Article 7 NCAC Title 15A, Chapter 5: Mining: Mineral Resources

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  • What Is the Metals and Mining Sector? - Investopedia
    What Is the Metals and Mining Sector? - Investopedia

    Jul 04, 2020 The metals and mining sector is the industry dedicated to the location and extraction of metal and mineral reserves around the world. Global reserves of metals and minerals are mined for profit

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  • Minerals (Prospecting and Mining) Act 33 of 1992
    Minerals (Prospecting and Mining) Act 33 of 1992

    49. Mineral agreements . 50. General terms and conditions of mineral licences . 51. Register of mineral licences . 52. Restrictions on exercise of rights by holders of mineral licences . 53. Drilling of boreholes . 54. Abandonment of reconnaissance areas, prospecting areas, retention areas and mining areas . 55. Cancellation of mineral licences

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  • Division of Mineral Mining - Education & Training
    Division of Mineral Mining - Education & Training

    We offer a variety of services including virtual training, Annual Refresher training modules you may conduct yourself, Study Guides, video library services, as well as, on-line General Mineral Miner training and certification and certification renewal programs. Please contact the Training Coordinator or your Mine Inspector to

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  • Department of Mineral Resources
    Department of Mineral Resources

    To promote and regulate the minerals and mining for transformation, growth, development and ensure that all South Africans derive sustainable benefit from the country's mineral wealth. The Department of Mineral Resources aim to formulate and implement policy to ensure optimum use of the country's mineral resources

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  • Will This Court Case End the Mining Industry’s 150-Year
    Will This Court Case End the Mining Industry’s 150-Year

    Aug 02, 2021 Today, there are mining claims on some 25 million acres of public land, from which companies—some, like Hudbay, based abroad—annually cart away about $4 billion worth of hardrock minerals

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  • What Every Land Investor Should Know About Mineral
    What Every Land Investor Should Know About Mineral

    The General Mining Law is still the rule that governs mineral rights today. Energy-Rich Areas If you live in an area with a lot of energy sources, and you’re looking to invest in land and potentially mine those energy sources, it’s important to know whether the property you are purchasing includes the mineral

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  • Top 4 Metals & Mining ETFs - ETF Database
    Top 4 Metals & Mining ETFs - ETF Database

    Metals & Mining and all other industries are ranked based on their aggregate 3-month fund flows for all U.S.-listed ETFs that are classified by ETFdb.com as being mostly exposed to those respective industries. 3-month fund flows is a metric that can be used to gauge the perceived popularity amongst investors of Metals & Mining

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  • Mining in SA - Minerals Council South Africa
    Mining in SA - Minerals Council South Africa

    Economic activity in modern-day South Africa has been centred on mining activities, their ancillary services and supplies. The country’s stock exchange in Johannesburg was established in 1887, a decade after the first diamonds were discovered on the banks of the Orange River, and almost simultaneously with the gold rush on the world-famous Witwatersrand

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  • The 1872 Mining Law: Historical Origins of the Discovery
    The 1872 Mining Law: Historical Origins of the Discovery

    The 1872 Mining Law: Historical Origins of the Discovery Rule Under the General Mining Law of 1872,1 a prospector may purchase title in fee simple to unappropriated federal land for a nominal charge if he discovers a valuable deposit of minerals.2 Since the General Mining Law does not define a valuable de

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  • Multinational Mining Corporations Are Exploiting U.S
    Multinational Mining Corporations Are Exploiting U.S

    Nov 21, 2019 The minerals that fall under the General Mining Act are usually referred to as “locatable minerals” and include resources such as uranium, gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc, nickel, mica, and

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  • Australian mineral facts | Geoscience Australia
    Australian mineral facts | Geoscience Australia

    Mineral Sands. The term Mineral sands is given to a group of heavy minerals commonly found and mined together from old beach, river or dune environments. Occasionally these deposits are referred to as beach sand deposits or heavy mineral deposits. Typically beaches are dominated by the mineral quartz (SiO 2), but mineral sands contain concentrations of important minerals such as rutile

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  • About Mining and Minerals | Bureau of Land
    About Mining and Minerals | Bureau of Land

    About Mining and Minerals. The Mining Law, as amended, opened the public lands of the United States to mineral acquisition by the location and maintenance of mining claims. Mineral deposits subject to acquisition in this manner are generally referred to as locatable minerals. Locatable minerals include both metallic minerals (gold, silver, lead, copper, zinc, nickel, etc.) and nonmetallic minerals (fluorspar, mica, certain limestones and gypsum, tantalum, heavy minerals

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  • Lesson 2.3: The General Mining Law of 1872 (as
    Lesson 2.3: The General Mining Law of 1872 (as

    The General Mining Law of 1872 authorizes and governs the prospecting and mining for economic minerals on federal public lands, and the U. S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is the federal agency responsible for administering the Law

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  • About mineral withdrawals and the 1872 Mining Law
    About mineral withdrawals and the 1872 Mining Law

    A mineral withdrawal removes areas of federal public lands in the West from application of the General Mining Law of 1872. This unjust and archaic law still allows mining interests to develop metal mines and processing facilities on these publicly owned lands—even our National Forests—and remove any hardrock minerals

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  • Federal Mineral Policy: The General Mining Law of
    Federal Mineral Policy: The General Mining Law of

    The discovery of hardrock minerals is regulated by the General Mining Law of 18721 which allows prospectors open access on unclaimed, open public domain lands in the Western United States. The criteria used for evaulating alternative procedures for the discovery of minerals include

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