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Reuters
By Nicole Mordant
Monday, January 29, 2018
VANCOUVER (Reuters) - Shares in mine developer Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd fell as much as 26 percent on Monday after a U.S. regulator reversed himself and maintained restrictions on the company’s big copper and gold mine project in Alaska.
Alaska Journal of Commerce
By Elwood Brehmer
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
The scaled-down version of the Pebble mine project would still be a massive undertaking, as seen in the map above. The heart of the operation would be the mine pit, seen in gray at right, that would be 6,500 feet long, 5,500 feet wide and up to 1,750 feet deep. A 230-megawatt natural gas fed power plant, the second-largest power plant in the state, would fuel the operation that proponents say would employ 850 full-time and about 2,000 during four years of construction. At the upper left is the North Fork of the Koktuli River and at upper left is the Upper Talarik Creek, which feeds Iliamna Lake and the Kvichak River. (Map via Pebble Ltd. Partnership Section 404 application)
Los Angeles Times
By Keith Schneider
Sunday, January 7, 2018

During his years in the White House, President Obama erected barriers to oil and gas development on the West’s public lands. 

Reuters
By Nicole Mordant
Monday, December 18, 2017
“The widespread and diverse opposition to the Pebble Mine should not be underestimated,” Nelli Williams, Alaska Director for fishing conservation group Trout Unlimited, said in an email on Monday. “Investors in this project will continue to have a long, difficult and costly road ahead of them,” she said.
San Francisco Chronicle
By Carolyn Lochhead
Wednesday, July 19, 2017

A great egret glides over the San Luis National Wildlife Refuge. Farms would get priority over wildlife refuges for water in drought years under proposed Republican House legislation.</body></html>

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