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Ministry of Trade, Industries and Fisheries: The Minerals Act is a sector legislation for the mineral industry in Norway and establishes the basic framework for conducting mineral operations. The purpose of the Minerals Act is to promote and ensure socially responsible administration and use of mineral resources in accordance with the principle of sustainable development. (...) Detailed planning of the development takes place during preparation of zoning plans. In addition to the Minerals Act and the Planning and Building Act, mineral activities are also regulated by other acts.
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Score: 1253852.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...on/NaturalResource/Norway.docx
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To: Scott Foster, Director Sustainable Energy Division, UNECE July 12 2021 Draft United Nations Framework Classification for Resources (UNFC) Supplemental specifications for minerals projects Comment from the Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards (CRIRSCO) 1. The supplemental specifications for minerals are supplemental to the generic specifications contained in Section IV. (...) Common terms from the minerals industry such as Mineral Resource and Mineral Reserve are not linked to the Supplemental specifications. 6.
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Score: 1253520.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...OMMENTS_FINALF%20%28002%29.pdf
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These mineral-phytate complexes have a very low solubility under the pH conditions of the upper gastrointestinal tract, where most minerals are absorbed. Thus, these complex-bound minerals have very poor bioavailability in humans. (...) “General Specifications and Considerations for Enzyme Preparations Used in Food Processing.” Prepared at the 67th meeting (Rome, Italy, 20-29 June 2006).
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Score: 1253280.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...om_Aspergillus_Niger_Final.pdf
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,"Reply to Discussion on Flotation of Boron Minerals", Minerals and Metallurgical Processing, 11, 123-124(1994). 30. (...) Yildirim, I., Atesok, G., Onal, G., Çelik, M.S., "Application of Stripa in Coal Preparation", in Progress in Mineral Processing Technology, Proceedings of 5th International Mineral Processing Symp., Cappadocia, Turkey, 325-334(1994). 30. (...) Avci, E., Çelik, M.S., "Preparation of Coal-Water Slurries from Mineral Processing Plants", Presented in Fourth Mining Symposium of Iran, Yazd, Sept. 1994. 35.
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Score: 1247778.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...r/201212/Documents/mscelik.pdf
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Scott Foster United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Palais des Nations, 1211 Geneva 10 Switzerland Re: Response to Draft UNFC Supplemental Specifications for Minerals Projects – Public Comment Dear Mr. Gotsis and Mr. (...) This innovative “closed-loop” process uses abundant electronic waste as a primary feedstock, which relieves demand pressures for rare earth materials derived from mineral projects. UMC is pleased by the United Nation’ work to strengthen the mineral supply chain and is encouraged by the UNFC draft reporting standards. UMC is prepared and qualified to deliver a complementary alternative to conventional rare earth resources and help meet growing magnet requirements for the sustainable economy.
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Score: 1246946.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...NFCMineralProjects_7-14-21.pdf
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RESTRICTED GENERAL AGREEMENT ON MDF/32 TARIFFS AND TRADE 9 July 1986 Special Distribution Working Party on Trade in Certain Natural Resource Products Non-Ferrous Metals and Minerals 16 May 1986 MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE WORKING PARTY ON TRADE IN CERTAIN NATURAL RESOURCE PRODUCTS NON-FERROUS METALS AND MINERALS HELD ON 16 MAY 1986 Prepared by the secretariat 1. (...) As there was no further discussion on aluminium, he invited members of the Working Party to submit any further comments in writing to the secretariat until 31 May 1986, after which the secretariat would prepare a corrigendum and addendum to the aluminium study (MDF/W/61). 5. (...) The secretariat would then examine the possibility of larger distribution of the studies on non-ferrous metals and minerals. 7. Under other business, the representative of Jamaica reverted to the study on aluminium.
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Score: 1246314.6 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91210217.pdf
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In  order  to  facilitate  worldwide  application  of  the  Classification,  the  ECE  Committee  on  Sustainable Energy directed the Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Harmonization of Fossil Energy and  Mineral Resources Terminology (now the Expert Group on Resource Classification) to prepare  and  submit  a  revised United Nations  Framework Classification  for  Fossil  Energy  and Mineral  Resources (UNFC) for consideration by the Extended Bureau of the Committee. In response to  that  request  a  stronger,  but  also  a  simpler  version  of  the  Classification  –  United  Nations  Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Reserves and Resources 2009 (UNFC‐ 2009) – was prepared.   (...) c   Resolution 2004/233 of the United Nations Economic and Social Council pertaining to  the United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources. 15 The  UNFC  Revision  Task  Force  that  prepared  the  UNFC‐2009  proposal  consisted  of  the  Extended Bureau of the Ad Hoc Group of Experts, plus selected experts.    
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Score: 1244863.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...NFC2009_ECE_EnergySeries39.pdf
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Georgiy Freiman Cheirman EC of PONEN, General manager «GeoMineProject» LLP Round table Development of the United Nations Resource Management System (UNRMS) for expansion of the investment potential of Central Asian and BRICS countries: Main goals and principles UNECE Tyumen Oil & Gas Forum: September 16, 2021 Tyumen, Russia The Reform of the Kazakhstan's mineral and raw material complex has been started in July 2018 with the introduction of the new Code "On Subsoil and Subsoil Use" 2 On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex The Code “On Subsoil and Subsoil Use radically simplified licensing procedures the interactive map of subsoil use, available online, was introduced greatly facilitated access to historical geological information liberalized subsoil use procedures and consolidated the transition to CRIRSCO standards for Solid minerals the principle of the first application "first come - first received" was introduced, the terms were significantly reduced 3 Issued from above 2,000 new licenses for Solid minerals, mainly for prospecting and exploration work from 1996 to 2018 551 Subsoil Use Contracts for Solid minerals signed from 2018 г Positive legislative changes: • A large part of new licenses have been issued to junior companies for «green field» prospecting and exploration. • Thus, the fact that the investment attractiveness of subsoil use in the Republic of Kazakhstan increased is obvious. On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex 4 The Geology Committee accepts reports prepared by PONEN Competent Persons in accordance with "The Kazakhstan Code of Public Reporting on the Results of Exploration, Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (KAZRC)" 7 15 23 0 10 20 2019 г 2020 г 2021 г Number of accepted reports by KAZRC Resources and reserves estimated in accordance with the KAZRC Code were put on the State balance sheet, including several objects, for the first time On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex 5 Due to the widespread use of CRIRSCO standards, the requirements for quality control and reliability of exploration work have significantly increased. In exploration programs, all subsoil users, without exception, provide for standard QA / QC procedures On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex 6 The mining and geological industry of Kazakhstan demonstrates positive changes, in connection with which favorable conditions have developed for moving in this direction and further: start implementation of UNFC and UNRMS to create conditions for a significant improvement in the management of the development of the Mineral and Raw Materials Complex of Kazakhstan On the readiness of Kazakhstan to increase the development of the country’s mineral and raw material complex On September 1, 2021, in his annual Address, the President of Kazakhstan Kassym Zhomart Tokayev announced the need to continue reforms in the mineral and raw materials sector of the economy, for which it follows: create an effective National Geological Survey 7 Further action plan to improve management efficiency of the Kazakhstan’s mineral and raw material complex The PONEN Executive Committee, as part of the continuation of the industry reform and the creation of the National Geological Survey, proposes at the first stage: - Associations KAZRC and PONEN, with the involvement of the Association of Mining and Metallurgical Enterprises (AGMP) and the Association of Industrial Geological Prospecting Organizations (APGO) Develop a Concept for the Application of the UNFC and UNRMS in the mining and geological industry of Kazakhstan 8 Further action plan to improve management efficiency of the Kazakhstan’s mineral and raw material complex at the second step: - organize a discussion of the Concept at the Geological Subcommittee of the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs Atameken, with the creation of a Working Group to develop a Roadmap and Implementation Program for the UNFC and UNRMS, with the involvement of stakeholders - contact the Working Group of the UNECE Sustainable Energy Division with a request for advice in the development of UNFC and UNRMS Phased Implementation Programs in the state management of the mining and geological industry of Kazakhstan. 9 Further action plan to improve management efficiency of the Kazakhstan’s mineral and raw material complex Thank you for your attention UNECE Tyumen Oil & Gas Forum: 16 September 2021 Tyumen, Russia
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Score: 1244717.7 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...20Freiman%20TOG-2021%20Eng.pdf
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The Vice-Chairman of the mineral resources working group, R.W.R. Rutland, expert from Australia, gave a brief overview of the texts it had prepared. They included a draft resolution regarding the integration of key minerals issues into the implementation of Agenda 21, along with six committee decisions regarding such matters as environmental issues arising from mineral activities, the social and economic impacts of the mining sector, a top-level technological body on mining and materials, and a global land-monitoring programme. (...) He noted the UNEP programme --- Awareness and Preparedness at the Local Level (APELL) -- which aided in preventing and preparing for industrial accidents.
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Score: 1243246.4 - https://www.un.org/press/en/1996/19960513.nr225.html
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Application of the United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Reserves and Resources 2009 to solid minerals (agenda item 10) 35. (...) The importance of a common language for mineral resources in countries of South East Europe was highlighted. (...) This event is being organized by CCOP, the Department of Mineral Resources of Thailand and the Department of Mineral Fuels of Thailand; (c) UNFC-2009 Workshop, New Delhi, India, January 2015.
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Score: 1241427.7 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...4/ECE.ENERGY.GE.3.2014.2_e.pdf
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