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Ambler roadblock defies Biden energy plan

Permit review slows minerals critical to clean energy goals North of 60 Mining News - February 23, 2022

 

Last updated 3/4/2022 at 3:36am

UKMP Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects Biden Administration energy plan domestic

NANA Corp.

The Bornite Camp on the Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects at the western terminus of the proposed Ambler Road.

In a move criticized by a wide swath of Alaska policymakers and trade organizations, the Biden administration has filed a motion to reverse the federal authorizations for a proposed 211-mile road to the mineral-rich Ambler Mining District in Northwest Alaska.

"You would think President Biden would want to improve access to American sources of copper and other strategic minerals that are needed...



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