Agreement Allows Pogo Mine to Resume Construction
June 2004 by Associated PressAn agreement between developer Teck-Pogo and an environmental group will allow construction work to resume on the Pogo gold mine.
A conservation group said it has an agreement to purchase nearly 1,500 acres of private mining claims northeast of Yellowstone National Park.
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Exploration geologists looking for strategic metals projects may find open ground in some of the old historic manganese mine areas as manganese has been largely overlooked as an exploration target for many decades.
As noted above, the “Ring of Fire” is an area of great potential mineral wealth located in the far northern Ontario Province of Canada. Many companies have sent in exploration and development teams…
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