Mining

Hexagon Mining Establishes Headquarters in Tucson

Via azbigmedia.com Hexagon Mining, an information technology provider of planning, operations and safety solutions for the mining industry, today announces the relocation and expansion of its Tucson, AZ-based North American headquarters to downtown Tucson. Hexagon Mining employs 140 people in Tucson and plans to add 120 jobs over the next five years. Hexagon Mining employs 580 people worldwide and is committed to innovation, investing more than 20 percent of revenue back into R&D. Hexagon

The impending closure of a coal-fired utility plant on the Navajo Nation will save millions of dollars by allowing the Central Arizona Project to buy power cheaper on the open market, officials said. Via kansas.com Experts expect rates and supplies will not be affected by the projected shutdown of the Navajo Generating Station in 2019, The Arizona Republic reported. Pumps that supply water to Phoenix and Tucson are powered by

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – A federal agency apparently won’t decide before President-elect Donald Trump takes office whether to issue an environmental permit for a major copper mine project planned in southern Arizona. Via washingtontimes.com A low-level Corps of Engineers office last July recommended denial, but spokeswoman Heather Babb says a higher-level office that will make the decision continues to review records. Law professors Jonathan Adler of Case Western University and

Arizona coal-fired plant's owners weigh options that include closure

  The owners a massive coal-fired power plant in northern Arizona are considering options that include keeping it open but also closing it within the next few years, a spokesman for the plant’s operator said Wednesday. Via tucson.com Salt River Project spokesman Scott Harelson said officials of the power district recently met with Navajo Nation officials to discuss the Navajo Generating Station located on the reservation near Page. The plant’s

Business Opportunties at Flagg Gem and Mineral Show

Lots of interests can lead to the pursuit of rocks, minerals, jewelry and lapidary pieces. Develop yours in Mesa. Via azcentral.com More people have need for minerals and gems than you might think. Home decorating projects, an interest in the scientific properties or histories of minerals, a love for beautiful jewelry or a passion for outdoor adventures leads to the pursuit of rocks, minerals, jewelry and lapidary (engraved) pieces. The

Colorado uranium company points to 'excellent results' at Arizona mine

read more at 9news.com A Lakewood uranium company said its northern Arizona mine may have more uranium than originally predicted. Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE: UUUU) said it’s getting good news at its Canyon Mine, located south of the Grand Canyon. A Lakewood uranium company said its northern Arizona mine may have more uranium than originally predicted. Read more at the Denver Business Journal – http://bit.ly/2hNMs8x