This Week in Mining

CEO of Cliffs Accepts Business of the Year Award


Mild Weather Halts Copper Drilling at Porcupine Mountains
FILE - Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is seen from an observation tower in the park. Exploratory drilling on the park's western boundary has been halted due to recent warm weather.

Glencore Upbeat on Outlook as Commodity Prices Revive
Glencore's Sudbury (Ontario) nickel operations are seen in this file photo. The company says core profits rose 48 percent last year.

U.S. Steel Takes Legal Action Against MPCA

Judge Allows Environmentalists to Intervene in Mine Lawsuit
A federal judge has allowed an environmental group to be named as a defendant in Twin Metals Minnesota's lawsuit against the federal government.

First General Manager of United Taconite, Kelly Campbell has Died
Dugald Kelly Campbell, 98 died on Tuesday, February 7

Iron Mines' Production Tax Tops $100 Million

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CEO of Cliffs: 2017 Will be a Great Year


Dayton Continues His Opposition to Mesabi Metallics


SLC Board Moves Forward with Resolution About Federal Lands, Exploration


Drilling for Copper Takes Place at Porcupine Mountains Park
The wooded hills of Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park are seen in this file photo. Exploratory drilling for copper deposits is taking place on the western edge of the park.

Updated: Nolan Outreach to Trump Administration on Mining Draws Fire, Protest Held in Duluth

Sale of Magnetation to New Buyer is Final

Minnesota Announced a Leader in Mining
Lawsuit Filed Over PolyMet's Land Exchange
Europe Slaps China, Taiwan with Steel Anti-Dumping Duties
President Donald Trump signed two executive orders that advance the Keystone and Dakota Access pipelines and another order to use American-made steel for these projects.
Trump Pledges Support for American-Made Steel in Pipeline Projects
PolyMet Offers Scholarships for STEM Fields
Keetac Steelworkers Begin Returning to Work
Essar Global Responds to Lawsuit
A bill to be introduced at the Wisconsin Capitol would repeal a mining moratorium that's been in place since 1998.
Legislator Wants to Lift Wisconsin Mining Moratorium

Essar Steel Minnesota Sues Essar Global, Affiliates, and Former CEO


US Files Trade Complaint Targeting China's Aluminum Industry


Environmentalists Sue to Block Land Swap for PolyMet Mine


Land Exchange for PolyMet Gets Go Ahead


More Keetac Steelworker Reaction to Restart


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