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DeZwarteRidder
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FD.NL

Mijnbouwbedrijf 400% meer waard door Trump, hoe kan dat?

Mijnbouwer zit in Alaska op een enorme berg koper, en met soepelere milieuregels zou dat efficient te winnen zijn



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DeZwarteRidder
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Overview

The Pebble Project is seeking to develop a globally significant deposit of copper, gold, molybdenum and silver into a modern mining operation. It is located on land that the State of Alaska secured during the Cook Inlet Land Exchange of 1974 -- a three way land swap involving the federal government, the state and the Cook Inlet Region Inc. (CIRI), an Alaska native regional corporation. The State of Alaska secured land including what is now Pebble, explicitly for its mineral potential.

The Pebble deposit is one of the greatest stores of mineral wealth ever discovered. The current resource estimate includes 6.44 billion tonnes in the measured and indicated categories containing 57 billion lb copper, 70 million oz gold, 3.4 billion lb molybdenum and 344 million oz silver; and 4.46 billion tonnes in the inferred category, containing 24.5 billion lb copper, 37 million oz gold, 2.2 billion lb molybdenum and 170 million oz silver(1). Quantities of palladium and rhenium also occur in the deposit.

Key project strengths include:

a mineral resource with the tonnes, grade, metallurgy and geometry to potentially support a modern, long-life mine;
one of the most extensive environmental databases ever assembled for a resource development project in America;
a stable and predictable regulatory environment in Alaska and the US; and
broad public support for responsible resource development in Alaska.


(1) 2014 Pebble mineral resource estimate
DeZwarteRidder
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January 26, 2017
Northern Dynasty Announces Closing Of US$37.444 Million Bought Deal Offering
January 26, 2017, Vancouver, BC -- Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX: NDM; NYSE MKT: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") is pleased to report that it has closed its previously announced bought deal offering, including the exercise in full of the Underwriters' over-allotment option (the "Offering"). A total of 20.24 million common shares of the Company were sold at a price of US$1.85 per share for gross proceeds of US$37.444 million. The Offering was completed pursuant to an underwriting agreement dated January 12, 2017 among the Company and Cantor Fitzgerald Canada Corporation, TD Securities Inc. and BMO Capital Markets, as co-lead underwriters and joint bookrunners, and Canaccord Genuity Corp., CIBC World Markets Inc. and Haywood Securities Inc., as co-managers (collectively, the "Underwriters"). The Company paid a 5% commission to the Underwriters.

The proceeds of the Offering are anticipated to be used by the Company for (i) advancement of the Company's multi-dimensional strategy to address the pre-emptive regulatory action of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under Section 404 (c) of the Clean Water Act; (ii) preparation of the Pebble Project for the initiation of federal and state permitting under the U.S. National Environmental Policy Act; (iii) environmental monitoring, engineering and environmental studies, field investigations and related technical studies to finalize a proposed development plan for the Pebble Project, (iv) enhanced outreach and engagement with political and regulatory offices in the Alaska state and U.S. federal government and among Alaska Native partners and broader regional and state-wide stakeholder groups, (v) Alaskan corporate, tenure and site maintenance, (vi) general corporate purposes, and (vii) working capital requirements.

DeZwarteRidder
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seadoc schreef op 12 apr 2017 om 21:06:


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VANCOUVER, April 11, 2017

VANCOUVER, April 11, 2017 /CNW/ - Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX: NDM; NYSE MKT: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") announces that its 100%-owned US subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership ("Pebble Partnership") has received notice of approval of a Miscellaneous Land Use Permit ("MLUP") from the Alaska Department of Natural Resources ("DNR") for its ongoing activities at the Pebble Project in southwest Alaska.

"The Alaska Department of Natural Resources and other state agencies have had an active oversight presence at the Pebble Project site for more than a decade, and have confirmed that Pebble is a well-managed exploration project," said Tom Collier, Pebble Partnership CEO. "We will continue our site operations in 2017 in full compliance with the State's permit conditions, and in a manner that protects the broader public interest in the lands and resources surrounding the Pebble property."

The Pebble Partnership is in the process of reviewing in detail the state land use permit received today. However, Collier confirmed Pebble will be advancing a program of work in Alaska in 2017 to prepare the project to initiate permitting under the Clean Water Act and National Environmental Policy Act.

Given the extensive work undertaken at the Pebble Project over the past decade or more, and anticipated future activity, the 2017 MLUP includes a requirement for a performance guaranty in the amount of $2 million related to any potential reclamation liability.

The Pebble Partnership maintains an operations base in Iliamna, Alaska with full-time staff responsible for care and maintenance of Pebble Project equipment, facilities and installations. Each year, Pebble staff undertake a program of inspections, and where necessary make repairs to ensure public safety and enhance reclamation, at the 1,300+ borehole sites on the property.
DeZwarteRidder
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Updated at source - Northern Dynasty: Permitting for Southwest Alaska's Pebble Project remains on track
T.NDM | 3 hours ago

Canada NewsWire

VANCOUVER, Jan. 29, 2018

2017 settlement agreement provides clear path for project review and permitting

VANCOUVER, Jan. 29, 2018 /CNW/ - Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX: NDM; NYSE MKT: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") confirms the Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") permitting process for Southwest Alaska's Pebble Project continues to advance under the guidance of lead federal agency, the US Army Corps of Engineers (the "Corps").

"The settlement agreement that the Pebble Partnership entered into with the US Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") last year provides Pebble an unfettered opportunity to proceed through normal course permitting under the Clean Water Act and National Environmental Policy Act," said Northern Dynasty President & CEO Ron Thiessen. "We have every confidence that Pebble's ultimate project design will meet the rigorous environmental standards enforced in Alaska and the US, and that the EIS permitting process initiated by the Corps this month will demonstrate that compliance through an open, objective, transparent and science-driven review."

Under the terms of a May 2017 settlement agreement reached between Northern Dynasty's 100%-owned subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership and the US EPA, the federal agency agreed it will not advance any action under Section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act until a final EIS for the Pebble Project has been completed – so long as that occurs within four years of the settlement agreement and Pebble files permit applications within 30 months of the settlement agreement. Earlier this month, the Corps accepted as complete a CWA 404 permit application submitted by the Pebble Partnership in December 2017, and has initiated the EIS permitting process.

Northern Dynasty acknowledged a statement issued by the EPA late on Friday, January 26 that indicates the federal agency will continue to support Pebble's due process rights as agreed in the settlement, though it has suspended withdrawal of a pre-emptive regulatory action under CWA 404(c) initiated at Pebble in July 2014.

Thiessen said Northern Dynasty believes EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's announcement will have no effect on the process or outcome of regulatory permitting for the Pebble Project. "Nothing has changed," he said, noting that the EIS process initiated by the Corps earlier this month will continue to proceed efficiently and that no new environmental regulations or process steps have been introduced.

"We expect the permitting process for Pebble to advance expeditiously over the next few years, and that a draft and final EIS will be completed upon which final permitting decisions for the Pebble Project will be made," Thiessen said. "Ultimately, we believe the Pebble EIS will describe a project that protects clean water and the world-class fisheries of Bristol Bay, and presents the opportunity for substantial economic benefits for the people of the region and the state. We'd encourage all Alaskans and all interested stakeholders to participate fully in the thorough, objective and rigorous review of the Pebble Project."

About Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd.

Northern Dynasty is a mineral exploration and development company based in Vancouver, Canada. Northern Dynasty's principal asset, owned through its wholly-owned Alaska-based US subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership and other wholly-owned subsidiaries, is a 100% interest in a contiguous block of 2,402 mineral claims in southwest Alaska, including the Pebble deposit. The Pebble Partnership is the proponent of the Pebble Project, an initiative to develop one of the world's most important mineral resources.

For further details on Northern Dynasty and the Pebble Project, please visit the Company's website at www.northerndynastyminerals.com or contact Investor services at (604) 684-6365 or within North America at 1-800-667-2114. Review Canadian public filings at www.sedar.com and US public filings at www.sec.gov.

Ronald W. Thiessen
President & CEO

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DeZwarteRidder
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quote:

easy56 schreef op 29 jan 2018 om 16:50:


finance.yahoo.com/quote/nak?ltr=1
volgende die door t putje gaat
Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (NAK)

Blijkbaar waren de verwachtingen te hoog.
easy56
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quote:

easy56 schreef op 29 jan 2018 om 16:50:


finance.yahoo.com/quote/nak?ltr=1

volgende die door t putje gaat

Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (NAK)
zeer veel van dat soort fondsen eerst zwaar gepromoot.

Dat weerhoud me erin te stappen.

past precies in t rijtje NOVO,GGI,NNA.....
smith&jones
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Trading halt ARV kan ook goed nieuws zijn. NVO reageert niet qua koers, maar RUG kende ineens een paar orders op 0,41 vandaag...

Bob Moriarty is zeer negatief over de grootaandeelhouders van ARV en ik sluit mij daarbij aan. Edoch stijging is stijging. Eens zien wat de woensdag brengt.


S&J.
easy56
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quote:

smith&jones schreef op 29 jan 2018 om 22:44:





Trading halt ARV kan ook goed nieuws zijn. NVO reageert niet qua koers, maar RUG kende ineens een paar orders op 0,41 vandaag...

Bob Moriarty is zeer negatief over de grootaandeelhouders van ARV en ik sluit mij daarbij aan. Edoch stijging is stijging. Eens zien wat de woensdag brengt.


S&J.
Ookal is ARV erg gepromoot en erg gedaald in koers ik hou de mogelijkheid nog open dat dit bedrijf wel degelijk kansrijk is.

Nog niet in bezit.

Wel IVN bijgekocht en SAND.
DeZwarteRidder
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Here's Why Northern Dynasty Minerals Dropped as Much as 15.5% Today
Investors are still grappling with the fallout from a recent EPA decision.
Maxx Chatsko
(TMFBlacknGold)
Jan 31, 2018 at 3:48PM
What happened

Shares of prospective precious metals miner Northern Dynasty Minerals (NYSEMKT:NAK) fell over 15% today as investors continue to digest the surprising announcement from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last Friday, in which regulators appeared to reverse course on previous decisions.

The prized sockeye salmon fisheries of Bristol Bay in Alaska will now receive regulatory protection from the EPA, and any potential mining projects in the region -- including the company's Pebble Project -- would need to clear a high bar to gain approval.

As of 2:58 p.m. EST Wednesday, the stock had settled to a 14.7% loss.

There hasn't been any new news in the last several days, but the potential consequences for Northern Dynasty Minerals are significant. While restoring protection for the economically important ecosystems in Bristol Bay doesn't mean the Pebble Project is doomed, it adds significant uncertainty to the situation.

One source of uncertainty with the potential to stop development in its tracks: the proposed partnership with copper mining giant First Quantum Minerals. On paper, it's the perfect miner to help Northern Dynasty Minerals because the Pebble Project is projected to be one of the lowest-cost copper mines in the world -- in addition to one of the largest. The partnership has yet to be finalized, which could be bad news for investors.

Why? The Canadian miner has found itself in an uncomfortable position this week. Several large pension funds in the United States that own shares of First Quantum Minerals have sent letters to the company pleading for its management team to pull the plug on any potential partnership to develop Pebble. The regulatory, financial, and environmental risks are too great, they argue.

If First Quantum Minerals withdraws from partnering activities, then the Pebble Project could be finished -- taking Northern Dynasty Minerals down with it.
Now what

Northern Dynasty Minerals shareholders may get an answer on the partnership's uncertainty relatively soon. First Quantum Minerals will announce full-year 2017 financial results on Feb. 12. Given the new spotlight on Pebble, management will likely have to address its plans for the project on the conference call. It could make or break the smaller company's future.

Maxx Chatsko has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.
DeZwarteRidder
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VANCOUVER, July 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ - Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX: NDM; NYSE American: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") reports the US Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") has taken action to withdraw a Proposed Determination initiated by the Obama Administration in 2014 under Section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act ("CWA") in an attempt to veto southwest Alaska's Pebble Project before it received an objective, scientific regulatory review under the National Environmental Policy Act ("NEPA").

"Today's announcement means the Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS") and permitting process for the Pebble Project currently being led by the US Army Corps of Engineers (the "Corps") may advance to a final Record of Decision in 2020 without the cloud of uncertainty created by EPA's unprecedented, pre-emptive regulatory action," said Northern Dynasty President & CEO Ron Thiessen. "The Corps expects to finalize the Pebble EIS in early 2020 and issue a final Record of Decision by the middle of next year."

The following is excerpted from a statement released today by the Pebble Limited Partnership ("Pebble Partnership" or "PLP"), Northern Dynasty's 100%-owned US subsidiary:

"Finally, this Administration has reversed the outrageous federal government overreach inflicted on the State of Alaska by the Obama Administration," said Pebble Partnership CEO Tom Collier.

"This was an action and an Administration that sought to vastly expand EPA's authority to regulate land use on state, private and Native-owned lands throughout the United States, and in doing so kill one of America's most important mineral projects before a development plan was proposed or a comprehensive EIS permitting review was undertaken. The Proposed Determination lifted today was a preemptive veto that had never before been attempted in the 45-year history of the Clean Water Act – a fact acknowledged by the former Administrator's senior staff."

EPA's Proposed Determination was not based on a development plan proposed by the Pebble Partnership, but on 'hypothetical mining scenarios' prepared by EPA itself, and assessed in an 'alleged' scientific study known as the Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment ("BBWA"). Following extensive hearings in the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, the BBWA was determined to be both a result of an abuse of due process and an unfortunate attempt on EPA's part to justify its pre-determined intent to kill the Pebble Project before a development plan was proposed or a fair, science-based regulatory review was undertaken.

"Since its founding in 1970, the same year the National Environmental Policy Act was signed into law, the Natural Resources Defense Council ("NRDC") has championed NEPA and the EIS process as 'the Magna Carta of environmental protection," Collier said of the national environmental activist organization that has spearheaded the campaign against Pebble, including through secret collusion with Obama's EPA.

"In the singular instance of Pebble, however, NRDC has demanded that a project be killed before an EIS is completed. Could it be the NRDC is scared that, if Pebble's development plan is afforded the opportunity to be comprehensively reviewed by independent experts, it will be found to be permittable under federal and state law, and pose no risk to the salmon fisheries of Bristol Bay?"

Northern Dynasty and the Pebble Partnership expressly thanked Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy for his leadership in encouraging EPA to withdraw its Proposed Determination.

Collier stated: "As Governor Dunleavy clearly recognizes, major companies will not invest in resource development in Alaska if projects can be vetoed before they receive a fair review. Alaska has needed this kind of leadership for years. Governor Dunleavy appears to be fulfilling his pledge to make sure the world knows Alaska is open for business, and supports responsible resource development."

The formal withdrawal of EPA's Proposed Determination is one of a series of important milestones that Pebble believes demonstrate it is progressing steadily toward a positive Record of Decision. Others include:

In December 2017, Pebble submitted a permit application to the Corps for a project with a substantially smaller development footprint and enhanced environmental safeguards. This includes: elimination of cyanide from mineral processing; removal of all mine facilities from the Upper Talarik drainage; no permanent waste rock storage on surface; enhanced tailings storage facility safety and stability measures; and, more robust water management and treatment capabilities. Pebble's application was accompanied by ~$150 million of environmental baseline data —one of the most extensive such databases ever submitted for a mining project in America.

In February 2019, the Corps issued the Draft EIS for the Pebble Project – the first time a truly objective, expert analysis of Pebble's potential environmental impacts has been published in the more than 10 years that debate about the project has raged. We believe the Draft EIS makes clear that the proposed mine will not harm Bristol Bay fisheries.

In November 2018 and May 2019, PLP announced Right-of-Way Agreements with two Alaska Native village corporations with extensive landholdings near Pebble, securing access to a transportation corridor to serve the proposed mine. The agreements make Alaska Peninsula Corporation and Iliamna Natives Limited partners in the Pebble enterprise, and demonstrate local Alaska Native support for the project.

In addition to overwhelmingly electing pro-development Governor Mike Dunleavy in November 2018, Alaska voters rejected an anti-development ballot measure promoted by its proponents as a means to stop Pebble by a margin of more than 2:1.
DeZwarteRidder
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Alaska mine developer Northern Dynasty wins U.S. EPA reprieve, shares soar
[Reuters]
By Nichola Saminather
ReutersJuly 30, 2019

TORONTO (Reuters) - The Trump administration said on Tuesday it would lift an Obama-era restriction on the world's biggest undeveloped gold and copper resource owned by Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd, sending the Canadian company's shares soaring.

Under former U.S. President Barack Obama, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 2014 proposed limits on large-scale mining in Alaska's Bristol Bay watershed, citing environmental concerns. Under President Donald Trump, the EPA has dismantled scores of environmental rules and Trump rejects mainstream climate science.

Northern Dynasty's site is near Lake Iliamna in southwestern Alaska between the headwaters of two rivers that drain into Bristol Bay, and is known for its huge salmon runs, wilderness and abundant brown bears.

The pebble mine is expected to produce 70 million tons of gold, molybdenum and copper ore per year and create a pit 1,970 feet (600 meters) deep.

The proposed restrictions were based on hypothetical scenarios that were different from Northern Dynasty's submitted permit application, the EPA said in a statement, adding the company will still need to go through the permit application process.

Shares of Vancouver-based Northern Dynasty surged to close up 67% at C$1.20, their highest level since March.

"Finally, this Administration has reversed the outrageous federal government overreach inflicted on the State of Alaska by the Obama Administration," Tom Collier, chief executive of Pebble Partnership, owned by Northern Dynasty, said in a statement.

Development of the mine, near one of the world's biggest sockeye salmon fisheries, has been fiercely opposed by environmentalists, native groups and fishermen for years.

"The EPA’s arbitrary withdrawal of these protections for Bristol Bay... is just another example of the Trump Administration working hand in hand with Pebble's lobbyists," Alannah Hurley, executive director of the United Tribes of Bristol Bay, which represents 15 area tribal governments, said in an emailed statement.

The shift paves "the way for this toxic project to destroy the world’s last great sockeye salmon fishery for the profit of a foreign mining company," she added.

There were already signs the restrictions could be eased in February, when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a draft environmental impact statement pointing out the economic benefits from the project, and noted the mine plan incorporated ways of mitigating the environmental impact.


(Reporting by Nichola Saminather; editing by Bill Berkrot and Grant McCool)
maurice73
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Van S&J uit draadje Edelmetalen overgenomen:

seekingalpha.com/article/4279796-nort...

Northern Dynasty: Biggest De-Risking Event In The Company's History

Jul. 31, 2019 6:00 PM ET

Summary
Long-sought EPA preemptive veto lift for Pebble Mine Project has been granted implying EPA will ultimately approve the project.

State and Local government permits are being applied for later this year. Approval soon to follow in early 2021.

A valuation analysis puts NAK between $8 and $12 a share.

EPA veto lift is the biggest de-risking event in the company's history as it paves a way to partnership.

Editor's note: Seeking Alpha is proud to welcome Nathan Polidori as a new contributor. It's easy to become a Seeking Alpha contributor and earn money for your best investment ideas. Active contributors also get free access to SA Essential. Click here to find out more »

Review of the Project
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has lifted the proposed determination on Northern Dynasty Minerals' (NAK) Pebble Mine project. This long-awaited preemptive veto lift is for a 20-year mine producing 75 million tonnes of ore per year. This ore consists of 315M pounds of copper, 350,000 ounces of gold, 1.8M ounces of silver, and 4.14M pounds of molybdenum per year. This amounts to 180,000 tonnes per day. Infrastructure to extract these materials will take about 4 years to prepare. This mine has a very low waste to mineralized material ratio of 0:2:1. This is the catalyst we have been waiting for. Our price target is $3-5 a share until we receive news of partnership or buyout.

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DeZwarteRidder
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Northern Dynasty Announces Closing of US$11.5 Million Bought Deal
T.NDM | 2 hours ago

Canada NewsWire

VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2019

VANCOUVER, Aug. 14, 2019 /CNW/ - Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (TSX: NDM; NYSE American: NAK) ("Northern Dynasty" or the "Company") announces that it has closed its previously announced bought deal offering, including the exercise in full of the over-allotment option (the "Offering"). A total of 15,333,334 common shares of the Company were sold at a price of US$0.75 per share for gross proceeds of approximately US$11.5 million. The Offering was completed pursuant to an underwriting agreement dated August 9, 2019 among the Company and Cantor Fitzgerald Canada Corporation, as lead underwriter and sole book runner, and a syndicate of underwriters including BMO Capital Markets, H.C. Wainwright & Co., LLC and TD Securities Inc. (collectively, the "Underwriters"). The Underwriters were paid a 6% cash commission.

The proceeds from the Offering are anticipated to be used for: (i) operational expenditures, including engineering, environmental, permitting and evaluation expenses associated with the Pebble Project and advancement of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Impact Statement ("EIS"); (ii) ongoing outreach and engagement with political and regulatory offices in the Alaska state and U.S. federal governments, Alaska Native partners and broader regional and state-wide stakeholder groups; and (iii) general corporate purposes.

The Offering was made by way of a prospectus supplement (the "Prospectus Supplement") to the Company's existing Canadian base shelf prospectus (the "Base Shelf Prospectus") and related U.S. registration statement on Form F-10 (SEC File No. 333-229262) (the "Registration Statement") filed under the Canada/U.S. multi-jurisdictional disclosure system. The U.S. form of Base Shelf Prospectus is included in the Registration Statement. This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities, nor will there be any sale of the securities in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to the registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such jurisdiction. The securities being offered have not been approved or disapproved by any regulatory authority, nor has any such authority passed upon by the accuracy or adequacy of the Prospectus Supplement, the Base Shelf Prospectus or the Registration Statement.

About Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd.

Northern Dynasty is a mineral exploration and development company based in Vancouver, Canada. Northern Dynasty's principal asset, owned through its wholly owned, Alaska-based U.S. subsidiary, the Pebble Partnership, is a 100% interest in a contiguous block of 2,402 mineral claims in southwest Alaska, including the Pebble deposit. The Pebble Partnership is the proponent of the Pebble Project, an initiative to develop one of the world's most important mineral resources.

Ronald W. Thiessen

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