mineral land

mineral land

[′min·rəl ‚land]
(mining engineering)
Land which is worth more for mining than for agriculture or other use.
References in periodicals archive ?
The measure defines margin as 'the ratio of income from mining operations before corporate income tax to gross output.' It refers to gross output as 'the actual market value of minerals or mineral products from each mine or mineral land operated as a separate entity, without any deduction for mining, processing, refining, transporting, handling, marketing or any other expenses.' Meanwhile, income from mining operations shall mean the 'gross output less deductible expenses.'
Rural politicians, meanwhile, have warned against selling valuable farm and mineral land to foreigners.
The victim, Thomas Ferrero, 64, recently was named assistant director of the state Department of Geology and Mineral Industries' Mineral Land Regulation & Reclamation program.
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 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 unwise Mineral Land Act was recently passed by Congress and approved by the President--the repeal of which we shall urge at the proper time," Dawson wrote on August 4, 1866.
With the acquisition, Copper Mountain has now acquired 100% of Altona's assets, which include USD30m in cash, a permitted development project in Queensland, Australia and a large mineral land tenure position in a highly prospective area in Queensland, Australia, a mining friendly jurisdiction.
'Dinagat has long been a declared mineral land because of its unique geographical makeup.