mineral land

mineral land

[′min·rəl ‚land]
(mining engineering)
Land which is worth more for mining than for agriculture or other use.
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The Prosecutor General Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa told the bench that the former provincial minister awarder out of turn mineral land lease contract and statements of Director Mineral Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa were also on record.
The corporation also has industrial mineral land holdings in the vicinity of Fort McMurray and Peace River, Alberta, for the purpose of locating and developing sources of industrial minerals and aggregates essential to high-growth economic development.
The victim, Thomas Ferrero, 64, recently was named assistant director of the state Department of Geology and Mineral Industries' Mineral Land Regulation & Reclamation program.
Rural politicians, meanwhile, have warned against selling valuable farm and mineral land to foreigners.
This is a significant milestone in the Oregon chemical process mine permitting regulations, and Calico is the first company in Oregon to proceed this far in the Oregon permitting process," said Gary Lynch, DOGAMI Assistant Director of Regulation, Mineral Land Regulation and Reclamation Program.
The MARS software will use mineral land information maintained by both ISC and the Ministry of the Economy.
Maley, 1985, Mining Law from Location to Patent, Boise, Idaho: Mineral Land Publications, p.
Together with our fire assays and lab tests done in 1992 and the Mineral Land Assessment (MLA) studies done in 1988 for adjacent mines, these latest test results now make us extremely confident that our St.
Both companies contributed their respective mineral land holdings and have conjointly staked additional claims.
While GNP was formed solely for the leasing and management of its mineral land interests, GNPD was formed to assume the responsibility for all aspects of project development, including project management, financing, feasibility studies, permitting, land control, business development, and mine development.
is pleased to announce that management is in negotiations of securing mineral land leases that are contiguous to our recently drilled targets and management has voted that wells 10-15-82-3 W6M and 6-15-82-3 W6M on a "tight hole" status.