• Nautilus seabed mining project jeopardized again MINING.COM

    24/10/2012· Canada-based Nautilus Minerals Inc. (TSX&LON:NUS) sank to fresh lows Wednesday in London, falling almost 5%, hit by the news of a Papua New Guinea’s landowners petition to the Government to

  • Nautilus seabed mining project jeopardized again Deep

    Canada-based Nautilus Minerals Inc. (TSX&LON:NUS) sank to fresh lows Wednesday in London, falling almost 5%, hit by the news of a Papua New Guinea’s landowners petition to the Government to cancel the firm’s seabed mining permit.

  • Nautilus Minerals

    Nautilus Minerals Inc is the first company to commercially explore the seafloor for massive sulphide systems, a potential source of high grade copper, gold, zinc and silver. Nautilus is developing a production system using existing technologies adapted from the offshore oil and gas industry, dredging and mining industries to enable the extraction of these high grade Seafloor Massive Sulphide

  • MAC: Nautilus [581]

    2012-11-01 Nautilus seabed mining project jeopardized again 2012-08-21 Pacific inter-governmental science body under fire over seabed mining 2012-07-17 A Gold Rush in the Abyss 2012-07-03 Nautilus Minerals seabed venture hits the rocks 2012-06-19 Glencore in deep water 2011-09-06 Papua New Guinea earmarks mineral rights for its indigenous peoples

  • Fiji calls for sea-bed mining moratorium as Nautilus

    15/08/2019· This week’s set-back to a major project in Papua New Guinea provides a salutary warning about the complexity and potential costs of DSM. Under a licence issued by the PNG government, Nautilus Minerals has long planned to mine seabed minerals beneath PNG’s Bismarck Sea. However, with widespread community resistance, falling share prices and

  • Environmental and Social Benchmarking Analysis

    be the world’s first deep seabed mining project for copper minerals. Earth Economics was commissioned by Nautilus to conduct an independent environmental and social benchmarking analysis of Nautilus’ proposed deep seabed mining project. The primary goal of the analysis was to measure the environmental and social impacts of

  • MAC: Deep Sea Mining [1031] minesandcommunities

    2012-11-01 Nautilus seabed mining project jeopardized again 2012-08-21 Pacific inter-governmental science body under fire over seabed mining 2012-07-17 A Gold Rush in the Abyss 2012-07-03 Nautilus Minerals seabed venture hits the rocks 2012-06-19 Glencore in deep water 2012-04-18 The World Bank is making Waves at Rio+20 2012-02-28 Revealed: the

  • PNG PM Silent on Environmental Risks of the Solwara 1 Deep

    For previous MAC article, see: Nautilus seabed mining project jeopardized again . PNG PM Silent on Environmental Risks of the Solwara 1 Deep Sea Mine . Deep Sea Mining Campaign Media release. 28 February 2013. Last December the Deep Sea Mining Campaign sent a letter to Papua New Guinean Prime Minister, Peter O'Neill. The letter outlined specific environmental concerns about the Solwara 1

  • Solwara 1 Papua New Guinea Mine Watch Page 97

    Pundari said this while replying to a series of questions in parliament yesterday on the controversial Solwara 1 seabed mining project to be developed by Canadian company Nautilus. The project has become controversial with growing concerns over its environmental impact.

  • solwaramining deep sea mining in the pacific

    Nautilus is working on the mining lease application and the development proposal which were submitted to the Government of PNG in 2008. The Environmental Permit for the development of the Solwara 1 Project was granted in December 2009, by the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC) of Papua New Guinea for a term of 25 years.

  • Nautilus Minerals seabed venture hits the rocks

    It was to be literally the world's "flagship" seabed mining venture. Nautilus Minerals would open the way to the exploitation of huge copper and gold riches, through its Solwara-1 project off the coast of Papua New Guinea. The go-ahead for this was given in early 2011. See: Independent scientific review slams Nautilus's environmental plan

  • Alliance of Solwara Warriors lodge objection Deep sea mining

    The lack of consultation with West Coast locals of New Ireland Province on the Nautilus seabed mining project has yet again prompted another submission of their objections to the Mineral Resources Authority. The Alliance of Solwara Warriors yesterday submitted their demurral on Exploration License 1196to the MRA.

  • Nautilus Minerals: still lost at sea with no life raft in

    28/11/2019· Deep Sea Mining Campaign 25 November 2019 On 21st November, Nautilus Mineral’s court-appointed monitors, Price Waterhouse Cooper (PwC) confirmed that the relevant legal papers had been filed to assign Nautilus Minerals Inc. into bankruptcy. Whilst this news was expected, there has been no news on their plans for the Solwara 1 deep sea mining project

  • Solwara 1 Papua New Guinea Mine Watch Page 16

    THE environmental impact statement for Nautilus Minerals’ Solwara 1 seabed mining project has been on the company’s website for more than eight years. The EIS full document with all the appendices has been available to anyone who wished to see it since April 2009. “We translated the

  • Nautilus Minerals secures $US34m for deep-sea mining in

    12/06/2018· Canada-based Nautilus — which possesses a corporate office in Brisbane — is responsible for the Solwara 1 deep sea mining project in Papua New Guinea; the company plans to utilise the loan as

  • Nautilus Minerals’ plans to mine the seafloor sink deeper

    14/08/2019· Nautilus, however, has been the only company to go beyond the exploration stage for what was supposed to be the first polymetallic seabed mine. More projects may be surfacing soon, as the ISA is expected to open up the high seas to mining.

  • World’s first seabed gold, copper, silver MINING.COM

    24/03/2017· Canada’s Nautilus Minerals (TSX:NUS), one of the world’s first seafloor miners, is on track to start operations at its Solwara 1 gold, copper and silver project off the coast of Papua Guinea

  • Is this the end of Nautilus Minerals? DSM Observer

    The Deep-sea Mining Observer reached out to our contact at Nautilus, who reported that “we are still hoping that we are successful in entering into a joint venture transaction with our potential counterparty in China (as discussed in the court petition). Alternatively, if we sell one or the other of our business units (again, as discussed in

  • New Ireland Province Deep Sea Mining: Out Of Our Depth

    LOOP PNG Annette Kora, February 27, 2018 The lack of consultation with West Coast locals of New Ireland Province on the Nautilus seabed mining project has yet again prompted another submission of their objections to the Mineral Resources Authority.

  • Papua New Guinea's seabed to be mined for The Guardian

    6/08/2012· Canadian firm Nautilus Minerals has been granted a 20-year licence by the PNG government to commence the Solwara 1 project, the world's first commercial deep sea mining operation. Nautilus will

  • community rights Deep Sea Mining: Out Of Our Depth

    community rights, deep sea mining, experimental seabed mining, free prior and informed consent, legal, nautilus, New Ireland Province, solwara 1 LOOP PNG Annette Kora, February 27, 2018 The lack of consultation with West Coast locals of New Ireland Province on the Nautilus seabed mining project has yet again prompted another submission of their objections to the Mineral Resources Authority.

  • Fiji calls for sea-bed mining moratorium as Nautilus

    This week’s set-back to a major project in Papua New Guinea provides a salutary warning about the complexity and potential costs of DSM. Under a licence issued by the PNG government, Nautilus Minerals has long planned to mine seabed minerals beneath PNG’s Bismarck Sea. However, with widespread community resistance, falling share prices and

  • solwara 1 Deep Sea Mining: Out Of Our Depth Part 2

    Anglo American divests from Nautilus over risks of deep sea mining Major mining company withdraws from high risk Solwara 1 deep sea mining project will Nautilus Minerals go under before reaching the ocean floor? 7 May 2018 In advance . Read More. Alliance of Solwara Warriors lodge objection. 27, Feb 2018. by Natalie. Comments are off. community rights, deep sea mining, experimental seabed

  • MAC: Papua New Guinea [966] Mines and Communities

    2012-11-01 Nautilus seabed mining project jeopardized again 2012-10-23 From Bougainville to Ok Tedi via Grasberg 2012-09-18 A call to suspend mining in Papua New Guinea 2012-08-21 Pacific inter-governmental science body under fire over seabed mining 2012-08-13 Bougainville Landowners irate over Rio Tinto's possible return

  • Deep sea riches could spark Pacific mining boom

    20/10/2013· A project to dig minerals from the seabed off Papua New Guinea could signal a new era of mining in the world’s most remote and least understood environment, the deep sea. Mining

  • SMS Information Nautilus Minerals

    Nautilus Minerals Inc is the first company to commercially explore the seafloor for massive sulphide systems, a potential source of high grade copper, gold, zinc and silver. Nautilus is developing a production system using existing technologies adapted from the offshore oil and gas industry, dredging and mining industries to enable the extraction of these high grade Seafloor Massive Sulphide

  • Executive Summary Nautilus Minerals

    Bismarck Sea of Papua New Guinea (PNG), the Solwara 1 project will be the world’s first deep seabed mining project for copper minerals. Earth Economics was commissioned by Nautilus to conduct an independent environmental and social benchmarking analysis of Nautilus’ proposed deep seabed mining project. The primary goal of

  • NAUTILUS seeking funding for its controversial seabed

    NAUTILUS Minerals is still seeking funding for its controversial seabed mining project Solwara 1 after multiple delays.According to the most recent update, discussions regarding funding requirements with various parties are taking longer than expected.

  • Seabed mining approved in New Zealand despite

    11/08/2017· The International Seabed Authority, located in Jamaica and created under the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, has already issued 26 exploration licences to

  • Nautilus Minerals Presents Solwara One Project Update to

    6/02/2018· Nautilus Minerals, developers of the Solwara One Project, have provided an update on the status of the World’s first Deep-Sea-Mine. Company President & CEO,