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Summer 2012 | EXPLORING THE WORLD FOR BEST PRACTICES IN ENERGY AND PRECIOUS METALS
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8 | WIND FINANCING | A new future for wind is on the horizon as the U.S. Production Tax Credit – minus an extension – is set to expire at the end of 2012. 12 | URANIUM | Growing U.S. natural energy resources should be a priority for four simple reasons that will help the nation grow its energy independence. 14 | LATIN AMERICAN ENERGY | Latin America leaps forward by capturing energy for its grids, which provides a reliable solution for most isolated grids as well as the largest power systems in the world. 16 | MINING DEVELOPMENTS | DuPont makes a case for local development in Latin America’s mining industry, which is expected to keep growing in the next five years. 254 | AD INDEX |
“There’s pressure from the EPA and the current administration as well, but it’s nothing we haven’t seen before.”
// KENNY ALLEN, PAGE 246
256 | THE FINAL SHOT | Mega Precious Metals is about to demonstrate the potential of its projects throughout Canada, focusing on activity at the Monument Bay project in Manitoba and the North Madsen project in Red Lake, Ontario.
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