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Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (NAK) has been on a bit of a cold streak lately, but there might be light at the end of the tunnel for this overlooked stock
Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. plummeted Friday after the collapse of a pact with First Quantum Minerals Ltd. to finance the controversial Pebble mining project in Alaska. The two companies were unable to reach an agreement on a proposed deal disclosed in December, Northern Dynasty said Friday in a statement. The arrangement would have given a unit of First Quantum an option to earn a 50 percent interest in Pebble in return for $150 million paid over four years to fund permitting.
NYSE American: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") advises that Northern Dynasty and First Quantum Minerals Ltd. ("First Quantum") (FM.TO) have been unable to reach agreement on the option and partnership transaction contemplated in the December 15, 2017 framework agreement (the "Framework Agreement") between the parties. As such, the Framework Agreement has been terminated in accordance with its terms. Northern Dynasty is a mineral exploration and development company based in Vancouver, Canada .
The Vancouver, British Columbia-based company said it had a loss of 3 cents per share. The company's shares closed at 78 cents. A year ago, they were trading at $1.86. _____ This story was generated by ...
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Northern Dynasty Sets Annual Meeting of Shareholders and Provides Update on Its Annual Filings
NYSE MKT: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") today announced that the US Army Corps of Engineers ("USACE" or the "Corps") has posted on its website a 'Scoping Package' for the Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") permitting review of the Pebble Project, as required under the National Environmental Policy Act ("NEPA"). Public meetings will be hosted by the Corps during the scoping period in Alaska regional centers Anchorage, Homer, King Salmon and Dillingham, as well as in villages in close proximity to the Pebble Project, including Iliamna, Igiugig, Nondalton and Kokhanok. In addition to seeking public and stakeholder input during scoping, the US Army Corps of Engineers will facilitate a formal consultation and public comment process following publication of the Pebble Draft EIS – expected sometime in 2019.
Northern Dynasty: US Army Corps of Engineers releases Scoping Information for Pebble Project Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
The technical report documents a minor increase in the estimate of the mineral resources at Pebble from those previously disclosed. The increase is due to the change in metallurgical processing approach as outlined in the Project Description submitted to the US Army Corps of Engineers in late 2017 (see the January 5 news release), and resulted in changes to the metal recoveries used to establish the pit shell which constrains the resource estimate.
Northern Dynasty: National Environmental Policy Act permitting process for southwest Alaska's Pebble Project advances with selection of 3rd party EIS contractor
NYSE MKT: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") announces that the US Army Corps of Engineers ("the Corps") has selected the third-party contractor that will support them in completing an Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") for the Pebble Project, signaling the next milestone in the advancement of a National Environmental Policy Act ("NEPA") review of the proposed open pit copper-gold-molybdenum mine in southwest Alaska. The Corps advised Northern Dynasty's wholly-owned US-based subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership (the "Pebble Partnership") on Friday, February 2 that AECOM has been selected from a short-list of qualified firms to complete the Pebble EIS.
NYSE MKT: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") confirms the Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") permitting process for Southwest Alaska's Pebble Project continues to advance under the guidance of lead federal agency, the US Army Corps of Engineers (the "Corps"). "The settlement agreement that the Pebble Partnership entered into with the US Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") last year provides Pebble an unfettered opportunity to proceed through normal course permitting under the Clean Water Act and National Environmental Policy Act," said Northern Dynasty President & CEO Ron Thiessen.
Updated at source - Northern Dynasty: Permitting for Southwest Alaska's Pebble Project remains on track
In a surprise move, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reversed itself on Friday and maintained restrictions on the proposed Pebble Mine copper and gold mine project in southwest Alaska's Bristol Bay region. "It is my judgment at this time that any mining projects in the region likely pose a risk to the abundant natural resources that exist there," EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said in a statement. President Donald Trump has championed increased domestic mining and the EPA's decision to maintain restrictions on the Pebble Mine's approval process comes as a surprise.
In a surprise move, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reversed itself on Friday and maintained restrictions on the proposed Pebble Mine copper and gold mine project in southwest Alaska's Bristol Bay region. "It is my judgment at this time that any mining projects in the region likely pose a risk to the abundant natural resources that exist there," EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said in a statement.