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REVIEW OF EXPECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND ACTIVITIES AS PER PROJECT DOCUMENT Expected Accomplishment 1 (EA1) Improved national capacities to develop a national system for classification and sustainable management of all energy and mineral resources based on UNFC. Main Activity A.1.1 Develop five assessment reports on the status of energy and mineral classification systems Initiated identification of appropriate institutions and experts, who could provide inputs for the situation analysis and identify gaps in managing market cyclicality and sustainable resource progression. (...) Discussions on the organization of a sub-regional workshop 30-31 May 2018 in Moscow have been initiated with the key partners, including the Russian Federation State Commission on Mineral Resources (GKZ) and the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation. (...) Expected Accomplishment 2 (EA2) Improved knowledge and skill of national stakeholders to apply UNFC for energy and mineral resource projects. Main Activity A.2.1 Prepare 5 case studies on application of UNFC to energy and mineral This activity will be discussed in the first sub-regional workshop proposed to be organized during 30-31 May 2018 in Moscow and subsequently will be carried out starting from Q3 2018 to Q1 2019.
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Score: 1216017.8 - https://unece.org/DAM/project-...-E298-Progress_Report_2017.pdf
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RESTRICTED GENERAL AGREEMENT ON MDF/1 TARIFFS AND TRADE 9 August 1984Special Distribution Working Party on Trade in Certain Natural Resource Products: Non-Ferrous Metals and Minerals 25 June 1984 NOTE ON THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE WORKING PARTY ON TRADE IN CERTAIN NATURAL RESOURCE PRODUCTS: NON-FERROUS METALS AND MINERALS HELD ON 25 JUNE 1984 Prepared by the Secretariat 1. (...) The Chairman proposed that today's meeting be devoted to: (1) general remarks from members of the Working Party on major problems affecting trade in non-ferrous metals and minerals, and (ii) the determination of a programme of meetings on non-ferrous metals and minerals for the Working Party. (...) The representative of another developing country said that while the background documents prepared by the secretariat were very useful, a number of trade problems had not been dealt with therein.
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Score: 1214708 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91080187.pdf
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The issuance of Mineral Certificates evidencing Mineral Rights; 7. (...) Registering Applications for the granting of Mineral Rights; 11. Registering Mineral Rights granted, as well as refusals to grant them; 12. (...) Registering transformation of Mineral Rights; 15. Registering assignments, Leases and transfers of Mineral Rights; [and] 16.
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Score: 1214169.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/afg_e/WTACCAFG5A1_LEG_4.pdf
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(c) Started practical preparations for the October workshop (e.g., conference room). (...) Draft renewable specifications have been prepared and were reviewed at the event. (b) India has committed to apply UNFC-2009 to solid minerals at the national level. (...) EFG and PERC Conference 2014, Brussels, Belgium, 21–23 November 2014 32. UNFC Workshop for Minerals and Oil & Gas (CCOP, Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) and Department of Mineral Fuels), Bangkok, Thailand, November 2014 33.
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Score: 1210941.3 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...lyReports/2014/CSE_2014_Q1.pdf
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He said as the DRC integrates its mineral sector with the rest of its economy, it would be necessary to promote a mining code and policies which leverage the country’s path to industrialisation, strengthen mineral beneficiation and promote an inclusive approach based on an affirmative local content strategy. (...) On this continuum, she regretted that despite its heavy endowment in these strategic minerals, the DRC only captured gains from the very first and least profitable stage of the chain – which is the digging up and sale of raw minerals. “The demand for battery minerals is soaring with the most strategic of them – cobalt, lithium and graphite – found in great quantity in the DRC and other African countries,” Kitaw noted.
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Score: 1210450.9 - https://www.uneca.org/node/3274
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He said as the DRC integrates its mineral sector with the rest of its economy, it would be necessary to promote a mining code and policies which leverage the country’s path to industrialisation, strengthen mineral beneficiation and promote an inclusive approach based on an affirmative local content strategy. (...) On this continuum, she regretted that despite its heavy endowment in these strategic minerals, the DRC only captured gains from the very first and least profitable stage of the chain – which is the digging up and sale of raw minerals. “The demand for battery minerals is soaring with the most strategic of them – cobalt, lithium and graphite – found in great quantity in the DRC and other African countries,” Kitaw noted.
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Score: 1210450.9 - https://www.uneca.org/stories/...y-electric-vehicle-value-chain
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The Mapping Task Force reached several key conclusions and made some specific recommendations for due consideration by the Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Harmonization of Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources Terminology, which are outlined in this publication. In July 2007, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Harmonization of Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources Terminology charged a special Task Force to prepare a mapping of the 2004 United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources (UNFC) with the classification systems of: the Society of Petroleum Engineers/World Petroleum Council/American Association of Petroleum Geologists/Society of Petroleum Evaluation Engineers (SPE-PRMS); the Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards (the CRIRSCO Template); and, the Russian Federation. (...) The Mapping Task Force reached several key conclusions and made some specific recommendations for due consideration by the Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Harmonization of Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources Terminology, which are outlined in this publication.
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Score: 1209451.4 - https://unece.org/info/Sustain...e-Resource-Management/pub/2763
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If caught committing violations, miners are slapped with steep fines. For years miners in Guyana operated without any respect for human health or the environment says Noel Ramkarran, General Manager of Sahadeo Mining Company. (25”) RAMKARRAN: (In English) M “Before we used to put the gold into the pan and burn it with the mercury. (...) Commissioner at the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission, William Woolford. (20”) WOOLFORD: (English) M “As a country we have been encouraging miners to improve their methods… We are promoting responsible mining and we think the miners are responding.” (8”) - 5 - REMY AT HOME UN LOGO NARRATION. Survival of the gold mining industry in Guyana is critical to its economy and long-term development. Miners like Remy will have to abide by the new rules …and for Charles, whose condition has become so debilitating that he can no longer fend for himself, it’s too late… (19”) This report was prepared by Mary Ferreira for the United Nations.
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Score: 1208895.2 - https://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/unia1199.pdf
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Subject: Public Comment on DRAFT GUIDANCE FOR APPLICATION OF UNFC FOR MINERAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC RESOURCES IN EUROPE from Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards (CRIRSCO) 6 June 2022 Guidance for the Application of the United Nations Framework Classification for Resources for Mineral and Anthropogenic Resources in Europe. (...) Mining project – (Page 6) no reference is made to the data required to estimate quantities and qualities for a mining/ mineral project. No reference is made to the use of appropriate methods for estimating and classifying quantities and qualities which make up the G-axis, which in the context of Mineral projects, is fundamental. 13. (...) The level of engagement is very different to the level of support. 17. Minerals Terms: The term Mineral Source is not one recognised by CRIRSCO and is not mentioned in any Bridging documents between UNFC and CRIRSCO.
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Score: 1208895.2 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...or_Europe_Guidance_CRIRSCO.pdf
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Our geological conditions offer great potential for new discoveries of  mineral deposits. The law regulating mineral exploration and extraction on  land is the Minerals Act.   (...) The Mineral Resources Information Office in Malå  The Geological Survey of Sweden runs the Mineral Resources Information  Office in Malå (in the county of Västerbotten).  (...) The cost of preparing  such statements is borne by the operator. 
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Score: 1208673 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...ionalReports/sweden/Mining.pdf
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