mining partnership

mining partnership

[′mīn·iŋ ′part·nər‚ship]
(mining engineering)
The arrangement whereby two or more persons acquire a mining claim and actually engage in working it.
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And recently, Telstra's Mining Services announced its second official Private LTE mining partnership with Ericsson as the technology partner.
He pointed out that serious discussions held between the Saudi and Egyptian governments on a mining partnership, to which the kingdom gave particular importance and allocated huge investments, particularly aluminium, phosphate, and gold.
As outlined in our New Frontiers report, the establishment of the Australia-India Mining Partnership at the Indian School of Mines is an important initiative to showcase Australian mining technological innovation and Australias world-leading expertise in mining governance and environmental management.
The plan also looks forward to the expansion of Australia-India Mining Partnership at the Indian School of Mines, connecting Australian companies to India's minerals-rich North Eastern states, supported by the new Consulate-General in Kolkata, India.
The solution is to sleep with the 'enemy'-that is, engage in a mining partnership with the giant.
Sparky's retirement came six years before Britain's last pit ponies were finally pensioned off at Ellington in February 1994, bringing to an end a mining partnership between man and beast that stretched back 300 years.
Steve's latest venture is a gold mining partnership with the legendary Jesse Martinez.
The aim is to find key groups of high-value shoppers whose needs can be better met by the data mining partnership working together--perhaps through a new kind of product and/or service offering that is more solution- or convenience-oriented.
This expanded mining partnership will include product integration and development, marketing, distribution and support of Trimble Connected Mine solutions.
However, during a visit to Zambia in February, China's President Hu Jintao reached what was described as 'a copper mining partnership' with the Zambian government relating to the Chambishi zone of the Copperbelt.