Mining - Resource Development Council
2020-7-20 The mining industry provides some of Alaska’s highest paying jobs with an average annual wage of $112,800, twice the state average for all sectors of the economy. The mining industry provides mostly year-round jobs for residents of 70 communities throughout Alaska, more than half of which are found in rural Alaska where few other jobs are ...
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The mining industry in the state pays roughly $20 million each year to the Alaska Railroad Corporation for shipments of gravel and coal. They also contribute another $20 million annually to the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority to use state-owned facilities. $4.8 million was sent in 2013 to the Alaska Mental Health Trust as well.
Alaska’s Mining Industry
2013-5-2 industry. By statehood in 1959, the mining work-force dwindled to 1,700, and with the beginning of the petroleum era in the 1960s, Alaska mining employment remained depressed until the recent upturn began in 2006. In 2012, Alaska ranked sixth in the United States for production value behind Nevada, Arizona,
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2020-7-15 Mining Mining is what made Alaska the great state it is today. That's why we offer a selection of heaters, generators, pumps, and earth moving equipment that are made to suit the mining industry.
ALASKA’S MINING INDUSTRY - McDowell Group
2018-6-8 The Economic Benefits of Alaska’s Mining Industry McDowell Group Page 3 A LASKA R ESIDENT AND R URAL A LASKAN H IRE • Approximately 79 percent of employees of Alaska’s operating mines are Alaska residents , based on W2 tax data from all six producing mines. • Workers in Alaska’s mining industry live in all regions of the state.
The Economic Benefits of ALASKA’S MINING INDUSTRY
2018-6-8 In 2017, Alaska’s mining industry paid: An estimated total of $33.9 million to local governments, including: • Approximately $14.0 million in payments in lieu of taxes by Red Dog to the Northwest Arctic Borough, plus $8.0 million paid to the Village Improvement Fund.
MAJOR MINES AMA - Alaska Miners Association
Placer mining began in 1914, lode exploration in 2003. 1.4 million oz. of gold measured and indicated resource. Completed pre-feasibility study in 2017 as result
Alaska’s Mineral Industry Reports Alaska Division of ...
The reported value of Alaska's mineral industry in 2018 totaled $2.90 billion, a decrease of 7.7 percent from 2017. The total value for 2018 is a composite of the year's expenditures on exploration and development, plus the revenue to the operators from the commodities produced.
Top 5 Industries in Alaska: Which Are Strongest Parts
2015-2-19 Mining is another top industry in Alaska and encompasses exploration activity, development, and production. In addition to gold, the industry mines for silver, coal, copper, lead, and zinc. In 2010, the mining industry provided 4,100 jobs for people who were directly involved in production and exploration, according to the Alaska Miners ...
Alaska Miners Association
The mission of the Alaska Miners Association (AMA) is to advocate for and promote responsible mineral development in the state of Alaska. The Alaska Miners Association is a non-profit corporation headquartered in Anchorage with 8 branches located around the state.
March 2019 The Economic Benefits of Alaska’s Mining
2019-4-10 Mining companies strengthen Alaska’s local economies by employing residents from more than 60 communities. The industry also purchases supplies and services from hundreds of Alaska businesses. Mining companies are also a significant source of stable revenue for local governments, as well as significant state government revenue. In 2018,
US Army Corps poised to recommend approval of
2 天前 The US Army Corps of Engineers is poised to give its blessing later this week to an Alaska copper and gold mining project the Obama administration tried to block because of
Economy, Alaska Kids' Corner, State of Alaska
2020-3-11 Mining; Agriculture; The oil and gas industry is the largest component of Alaska’s economy. Nearly 85 percent of the state budget is supplied by oil revenues. The fortunes of Alaska’s oil industry, and therefore many sectors of the economy, are dependent upon world oil prices.
Metal Mining and Alaska's Economy -
Metal mining is the most robust sector of Alaska mining, with five major mines and hundreds of small mines scattered across the state. Metal mining directly employs about 2,000 people in Alaska, out of 3,500 total state direct mining jobs. The industry attracts new workers and outside investment to the state, and leads to the expansion of ...
Controversial Alaska gold-copper mine moves step
The world's biggest undeveloped gold and copper mining project, planned in southwestern Alaska near the largest fishery for sockeye salmon globally, moved a step closer to approval on Wednesday ...
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Alaska - Minerals Program Bureau of Land
2020-7-15 BLM Alaska Mining and Minerals. Placer mining, long a mainstay of Alaska's gold mining industry, still operates today. In addition to gold, silver, zinc, and lead other minerals are also actively mined. BLM Alaska manages more than 5,000 Federal mining claims and 120 active mines and Mining Operation Plans on public lands.
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Alaska Structures ® provides safe shelter and storage solutions for mineral exploration operations around the world. Since 1975, Alaska Structures has been the choice of companies that need camp systems or fabric buildings that are highly portable and tough enough to perform as intended in any climate and inclement weather.
Alaska's List : Alaska Mining Diving Classifieds
Alaska's List is a huge, online classifieds service, featuring hundreds of mining and diving items for sale by users throughout the Greatland and beyond. Clean, well-organized, and professionally moderated, Alaska's List is classifieds done right!
How mining in British Columbia could have a huge
2015-8-24 Southeast Alaska comprises a huge portion of the US seafood industry — as much as 50 percent. So locals are extremely nervous as British Columbia expands its mining industry