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minable

[′mīn·ə·bəl]
(mining engineering)
Material that can be mined under present-day mining technology and economics.
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recently admitted to finding diamonds in the area and are in the process of determing whether or not they have found a minable deposit.
Tennessee's watershed is much larger and has minable coal in the area," said Mike Wilborn, the office's branch manager.
6 grams/tonne Ag) have been encountered over minable widths at the company's Summit mine.
UCG has the potential to utilise coal that is not minable through conventional mining technologies, said Henri Loubser, Managing Director, Sasol New Energy.
Moreover, because Mars harbors all four primary elements of life (carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and hydrogen), as well as minable ores, a human outpost could be possible.
We don't have a handle yet on the geology and how the deposits are sitting and if they're continuous, minable and economical," Cosec says.
The zones are open in three directions and provide ample opportunity for hosting bulk minable gold and silver mineralization.
We actually forfeited a portion of our minable reserves to create this habitat," reported Brian Bleakney, General Manager.
This model is of great interest to the company where the current development program is to work the rich gold bearing veins while the exploration team targets large, multi-million ounce bulk minable Gold deposits.
With today's strong gold prices, Aultra believes that the project has very strong potential for large underground minable reserves that would be minable under current law.