Canadian coal junior, Jameson Resources, has been refunded its reclamation bond for the Dunlevy project, having completed its reclamation of the site.
The company received the full amount of the CAN$35 000 bond amount, which had been held as security by the British Columbia provincial government, after the province’s Ministry of Energy and Mines inspected the reclamation work and accepted it without exception.
Dunlevy comprises 2534 ha. of approved exploration licences in the Peace River Coalfield in northeast British Columbia. The company conducted an exploration programme on the site in 2014 but no further actions are planned until the current coal market improves.
Other than annual rent, there are no ongoing expenses associated with Dunlevy. The company is now directing its efforts to the Crown Mountain metallurgical coal project in southeast British Columbia.
Edited by Jonathan Rowland.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/exploration-and-development/03082016/jameson-gets-dunlevy-reclamation-bond-refund-2016-2149/
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