Tungsten – Wolf Minerals is at it again. This time the company has been issued the environmental permit for the Hemerdon project.
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Tungsten – Wolf Minerals (ASX:WLF) has been issued a Category A Mining Waste Facility Environmental Permit for its Hemerdon Tungsten Project in Devon, Southwest England. Construction is set to commence in January 2014.
Tungsten – From acquisitions to offtake agreements and government approvals, tungsten exploration and development companies have been plowing ahead with their plans.
Tungsten – Wolf Minerals Limited (ASX:WLF) finalized the property acquisitions for its Hemerdon Project in England, which represents a key milestone in the development timeline for the project.
Tungsten – It looks like a finish line is coming up on the horizon for Wolf Minerals, whose Hemerdon tungsten project in the UK was just granted a "minded to" status for its Waste Facility Environmental Permit.
Tungsten – Wolf Minerals Limited (ASX:WLF) has been granted “minded to” status for its Waste Facility Environmental Permit, a key milestone in the environmental permitting process for its Hemerdon tungsten and tin project in Devon, Southwest England.
Tungsten – Wolf Minerals (ASX:WLF) announced the re-election of the following board members at its Annual General Meeting held on November 8, 2013: Michael Wolley, Ronnie Beevor, Don Newport, James Williams.
Tungsten – Wolf Minerals Limited (ASX:WLF) appointed Russell Clark as the Company's new Managing Director, effective October 16, 2013.
Tungsten – Tungsten is one of the world's most critical metals, which undoubtedly helps keep interest in tungsten projects alive. Here are two companies that have recently acquired an interest in tungsten.
Tungsten – Wolf Minerals (ASX:WLF) has awarded the Hemerdon Project's Mining Services Contract to CA Blackwell (Contracts) Limited after a competitive tender process. The contract is made up of two parts: Phase 1: Mining pre-strip and Mine development and, Phase 2: Mine production.