EXPLORATION LICENCE RETENTION LICENCE PART III

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Western Australia Department of Mines,Industry

Retention Licences It is not necessary to mark out the land unless the Minister so requires (Regulation 23B(2)).Exploration Licences Comprise graticular blocks see information pamphlet titled Exploration Licences Graticular Boundary System.THE MINING ACT,2003.ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.34.Status of exploration licence pending grant of a mining lease.35.Application for retention licence.36.Grant of retention licence.37.Duration of retention licence.38.Renewal of retention licence.3 9.Rights and obligations under a retention licence.40.Power to request retention licence holder to apply for mining lease.41.THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KENYAthe government of the republic of kenya ministry of mining the mining act mining (licensing and permitting) regulations,2016

South Australia PETROLEUM REGULATIONS 2000

PART 1 PRELIMINARY 1.Citation 2.Commencement 3.Interpretation PART 2 LICENCE APPLICATIONS 4.General requirements 5.Preliminary survey and speculative survey licences 6.Exploration licences 7.Retention licences 8.Production licences 9.Pipeline licences PART 3 ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION 10.Environmental impact report 11.Classification of SECURITIES ACT 2001 SECURITIES (LICENCES AND FEES licence was issued unless a notice in accordance with Form 9 set out in the Second Schedule is lodged with the Commission.PART III OTHER FEES 13.Securities exchange licence fee (1) A company applying to the Commission for a securities exchange licence under the Act shall pay the application fee set out in the Third Schedule.SECURITIES ACT 2001 SECURITIES (LICENCES AND FEES licence was issued unless a notice in accordance with Form 9 set out in the Second Schedule is lodged with the Commission.PART III OTHER FEES 13.Securities exchange licence fee (1) A company applying to the Commission for a securities exchange licence under the Act shall pay the application fee set out in the Third Schedule.

SECTION 108-THE MINES AND MINERALS CAP.213

3.Retention licence means a licence granted under the provisions of Part III of the Mines and Minerals Act,1995.It empowers the holder exclusive rights to retain and develop the deposit in accordance with the studies and assessments.4.Large-scale Mining Licence means a licence acquired under the provisions of Part III ofProspecting licence guidelines - Earth Resourcesthe holder of a prospecting licence may apply for a mining licence or retention licence over the area of the prospecting licence,subject to identification of a mineral resource.To ensure that large areas are not held under adjoining prospecting licences,the legislation places the following limits on adjoining prospecting licences (see Prospecting licence guidelines - Earth Resourcesthe holder of a prospecting licence may apply for a mining licence or retention licence over the area of the prospecting licence,subject to identification of a mineral resource.To ensure that large areas are not held under adjoining prospecting licences,the legislation places the following limits on adjoining prospecting licences (see

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An exploration licence gives the licence holder exclusive rights to explore for specific minerals within the specified licence area.No mining activities can be undertaken on an exploration licence.Apply for an exploration licence; Renew or vary an exploration licence; Retention licence.A retention licence is suitable where a mineral resource Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Resources Act 1967Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Resources Act 1967 Part I Preliminary s.1 page 2 Compare 28 Jun 2008 [05-b0-08] / 23 Jun 2009 [05-c0-03] Extract from slp.wa.gov.au,see thatPetroleum Amendment Bill 07.EMlicence under Part III; production licence by an exploration permittee or a retention lessee. In 6(3)(c) the definition of a well is amended to broaden the purposes for a which a well can be drilled under this legislation to include geothermal energy resources and geothermal energy.

Petroleum Act 1991 Final - Mines and Energy Nam

PART III National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia 8.Functions of corporation.PART IV General provisions relating to licences 9.Prohibition on carrying out certain operations without licence. exploration licence means a licence issued under section 34 and includes any renewal of suchPETROLEUM (EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION)PART III Licences.General 11.Restrictions on persons to whom licence may be granted 12.Agreement with respect to grant,etc.of licences 13.Applications to be made to Minister 14.Powers of Minister to obtain information 15.Form of licence 16.Reservation of blocks Exploration Licences 17.Application for exploration licence 18.Disposal PETROLEUM (EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION) ACT,Retention of cores and samples PART III Licences General 11.Restrictions on persons to whom licence may be granted 12.Agreement with respect to grant,etc.,of licences 13.Applications to be made to Minister exploration licence means a licence granted under section 18;

Mining Regulations 1981 - legislation.wa.gov.au

23A.Extension of exploration licence (Act s.61) 29 23BA.Application for retention status (Act s.69A) 30 23BB.Application for special prospecting licence (Act s.70) 31 Division 2A Retention licences 23B.Application and marking out 31 23C.Time for lodging statutory declaration 31 23D.Instrument of licence 32 23DA.Mining Act Guidelines - Basic Provisionspamphlet titled Special Prospecting Licence (for Gold).12.Exploration Licence On 28 June 1991 a graticular boundary (or block) system was introduced for Exploration Licences. The minimum size of an Exploration Licence is one block,and the maximum size is 70 blocks,exceptMines and Minerals Act,2009 A - Sierra LeonePART IIIADMINISTRATION 3.Minister to be responsible for administration of Act.4.Director to be responsible for implementation of Act. PART IXEXPLORATION LICENCES 69.Eligibility for exploration licence.70.Application for exploration licence.71.Disposal of application for exploration licence.72.Notice of decision on

Mineral licences - Earth Resources

An exploration licence gives the licence holder exclusive rights to explore for specific minerals within the specified licence area.No mining activities can be undertaken on an exploration licence.Apply for an exploration licence; Renew or vary an exploration licence; Retention licence.A retention licence is suitable where a mineral resource Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990Part 2Exploration licences,mining,prospecting and retention licences 40 Division 1General licence provisions 40 13 Exploration licences 40 14 Mining licences 41 14A Licence may be limited to stratum of land 42 14B Prospecting licences 43 14BA Holder of prospecting licence must not dispose of tailings contrary to Minister's consent 44 Mineral Resources (Sustainable Development) Act 1990Part 2Exploration licences,mining,prospecting and retention licences 40 Division 1General licence provisions 40 13 Exploration licences 40 14 Mining licences 41 14A Licence may be limited to stratum of land 42 14B Prospecting licences 43 14BA Holder of prospecting licence must not dispose of tailings contrary to Minister's consent 44

MINING ACT 1978

Designated tenement contact PART III -- Land open for mining Division 1 -- Crown land 18. Holder of exploration licence with retention status may be required to apply for mining lease 70.Special prospecting licence on an exploration licence Division 2A -- Retention licence MINERAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT 1995Surrender of special exploration licence PART 3 - Retention Licences Division 1 - Applications 47.Application for retention licence 48.Holder of exploration licence or lease may permit other person to apply for retention licence 49.Transfer of application 49A.Pending application 50.Recommendation of application for retention licence 51.MINERAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT 1995Surrender of special exploration licence PART 3 - Retention Licences Division 1 - Applications 47.Application for retention licence 48.Holder of exploration licence or lease may permit other person to apply for retention licence 49.Transfer of application 49A.Pending application 50.Recommendation of application for retention licence 51.

LICENCES,RIGHTS AND PERMITS

Mineral Deposit Retention Licence (MDRL) (Section 77 -89) After conducting exploration under an EPL,the EPL holder may nd a deposit but there could be certain circumstances that prevent such EPL holder from taking the project to mining.These circumstances include the commodity price,lack of infrastructure or poor LICENCES,RIGHTS AND PERMITSMineral Deposit Retention Licence (MDRL) (Section 77 -89) After conducting exploration under an EPL,the EPL holder may nd a deposit but there could be certain circumstances that prevent such EPL holder from taking the project to mining.These circumstances include the commodity price,lack of infrastructure or poor GUIDELINES FOR SUBMITTING POSTING REQUESTSThe following excerpt that refers to Exploration Licences has been copied from the Regulations.Copies of the complete Act and Regulations in PDF format can be downloaded from the Queens Printer at .qp.gov.sk.ca at no cost.PART III.1 of The Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulations,1969 .Exploration Licences .Issuance of exploration licence

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PART III Licences.General 11.Restrictions on persons to whom licence may be granted 12.Agreement with respect to grant,etc.of licences 13.Applications to be made to Minister 14.Powers of Minister to obtain information 15.Form of licence 16.Reservation of blocks Exploration Licences 17.Application for exploration licence 18.Disposal Enguli (Manufacture and Licensing) Act 1966 Uganda Legal holds a valid jaggery manufacturing licence issued to him or her under the provisions of Part III of this Act.(3) Any applicant aggrieved by a decision of the area licensing board may appeal to the Minister whose decision shall be final.9.Form and duration of enguli licences.EXPLORATION LICENCE,RETENTION LICENCE PART III -PART III - MINERAL AGREEMENT,PROSPECTING LICENCE,EXPLORATION LICENCE,RETENTION LICENCE AND MINING LEASE.18.Mineral agreements.19.Application for prospecting licence.20.Grant of prospecting licence.21.Restrictions on prospecting licence.22.Duration of prospecting licence.

CHAPTER 66 01 MINES AND MINERALS - USEmbassy.gov

PART V Retention Licences 25.Who may apply for a retention licence 26.Other holders to be notified of application 27.Grounds to be considered in application for a retention licence 28.Notification of grant or refusal 29.Form of retention licence 30.Duration and renewal of a retention licence 31.Rights conferred by a retention licence 32.Botswana e-LawsPART V Retention Licences.25.Who may apply for a retention licence.26.Other holders to be notified of application.27.Grounds to be considered in application for a retention licence.28.Notification of grant or refusal.29.Form of retention licence.30.Duration and renewal of a retention licence.31.Rights conferred by a retention Applications - energymining.sa.gov.auOverlapping Exploration Licence Applications.Section 65(1a) of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000 provides that person(s) or enterprise(s) may lodge an over-the-counter application for an exploration licence which overlaps an area of an existing exploration licence application.In such circumstances,the earlier application will rank ahead of any later overlapping application(s

Applications - energymining.sa.gov.au

Overlapping Exploration Licence Applications.Section 65(1a) of the Petroleum and Geothermal Energy Act 2000 provides that person(s) or enterprise(s) may lodge an over-the-counter application for an exploration licence which overlaps an area of an existing exploration licence application.In such circumstances,the earlier application will rank ahead of any later overlapping application(s 96A.Forfeiture of exploration licence or retention licenceholder of the licence if no other time is specified by the Minister,the licence is thereby forfeited.(7) In this section licence means the exploration licence or the retention licence,as the case requires.[Section 96A inserted by No.69 of 1981 s.22; amended by No.100 of 1985 s.69; No.22 of 1990 s.38; No.37 of 1993 s.10(2).]3.The Mining Act,2003.Part III Mineral Agreement,Prospecting Licence,Exploration Licence,Retention Licence and Mining Lease.18.Mineral agreements.19.Application for prospecting licence.20.Grant of prospecting licence 21.Restrictions on prospecting licence.22.Duration of prospecting licence.

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An exploration licence gives the licence holder exclusive rights to explore for specific minerals within the specified licence area.No mining activities can be undertaken on an exploration licence.Apply for an exploration licence; Renew or vary an exploration licence; Retention licence.A retention licence is suitable where a mineral resource (TECHHOU) House Fortitles.These are an Exploration Licence,and Exploration Retention Licence,a Fossicking Area and a Miners Right.In Tasmania,the Mineral Resources development Act 1995 (Tas) provides that explorers can apply for a Prospecting Licence,Exploration Licence or Retention Licence.[70,410] Entitlements and Rights Conferred

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