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Anti-deep sea mining rally held on Ocean’s Day

Mining Dot Com 09 Jun 2022
Deep ocean mining is governed by the International Seabed Authority (ISA), which has estimated that there could be 21 billion of tonnes of polymetallic nodules in the Clarion Clipperton Zone between Hawaii and Mexico, containing an estimated six billion tonnes of manganese, 234 ...
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India set to launch 1st human space & ocean missions in 2023: Minister

The Times of India 09 Jun 2022
... to develop niche technologies and collaborate with industries in carrying out deep-ocean exploration of the non-living resources such as polymetallic manganese nodules, gas hydrates, hydro-thermal sulphides and cobalt crusts, located at a depth between 1,000 and 5,500 metres.
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Howard Hughes and the Strange Legal History of the Ocean Floor: Part 1

The Maritime Executive 09 May 2022
These resources, real enough, exist in potato-sized nodules on the deep sea bed, way beyond any nation's home waters. Even by Hughes's standards, a project to mine the deep seabed was intriguing ... Legally too, the notion of mining the deep seabed (or "ocean floor") was a novel topic ... This text included a "Part XI" to regulate the deep seabed.
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The Metals Company Provides Q4 2021 and FY 2021 Corporate Update and Details Key Strategic ...

Kentucky New Era 24 Mar 2022
... a letter to the Department of Defense.In June 2021, the Indian government allocated around US$530 million for the Deep Ocean Mission to explore the deep ocean for resources and develop deep sea technologies for sustainable use of ocean resources, including polymetallic nodules.
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The Metals Company signs MoU for PFS on world’s first deep-sea nodule processing plant

Mining Dot Com 17 Mar 2022
Barron said that Prime Minister Modi’s allocation last year of $600 million for India’s ‘Deep Ocean Mission and the development of a polymetallic nodule collection system shows the country’s commitment to this new, abundant, secure, lower-cost and lower-ESG-impact potential source of critical metals.
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Deep-sea mining could begin next year. Here’s why ocean experts are calling for a moratorium.

Grist 07 Mar 2022
Drazen also warned that seabed mining could potentially exacerbate climate change by disrupting carbon sequestration dynamics in the deep ocean ...It’s a very simplistic argument to say the only route to reduce carbon emissions is by mining the deep ocean.” ... It’s very possible that companies could begin drilling in the deep ocean before U.N.
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‘Help us pick our golden apples’

Cook Islands News 24 Feb 2022
Cook Islands took a giant step in its bid to harvest valuable deep-ocean polymetallic nodules after formally handing out the nation’s first ...
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UPCOMING DEADLINE: TMC the metals company Inc. f/k/a Sustainable Opportunities Acquisition Corp. Investors with Substantial ...

Longview News-Journal 19 Dec 2021
TMC is a Canadian deep-sea minerals exploration company focused on the collection, processing, and refining of polymetallic nodules found on the seafloor of the Clarion Clipperton Zone of the Pacific Ocean (the "CCZ").
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TMC THE METALS COMPANY INC. (NASDAQ: TMC) SHAREHOLDER CLASS ACTION FILING DEADLINE- Bernstein Liebhard LLP ...

The Salamanca Press 01 Dec 2021
TMC is a Canadian deep-sea minerals exploration company focused on the collection, processing, and refining of polymetallic nodules found on the seafloor of the Clarion Clipperton Zone of the Pacific Ocean (the "CCZ").
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The Metals Company Showcases Pilot Nodule Collection Technology at Stakeholder Event Co-Hosted by Allseas

The Marshall News Messenger 04 Nov 2021
In partnership with TMC, Allseas is developing a deep-sea collection system to responsibly recover polymetallic nodules from the ocean floor and lift them to the surface for transportation to shore ... Both the Hidden Gem and the nodule collector vehicle are key components of the ...
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India launches its first manned ocean mission. All you need to know

Hindustan Times 31 Oct 2021
The Samudrayan project, undertaken by the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), will be a part of the ₹6,000 crore Deep Ocean Mission ... The niche technology facilitates carrying out deep ocean exploration of non-living resources such as polymetallic manganese nodules, gas hydrates, hydro-thermal sulphides and cobalt crusts.
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India first manned ocean mission ‘Samudrayan’: 10 things to know

Live Mint 31 Oct 2021
6) Dr Jitendra Singh said that this niche technology shall facilitate the Ministry of Earth Sciences, MoES in carrying out deep ocean exploration of the non-living resources such as polymetallic manganese nodules, gas hydrates, hydro-thermal sulphides and cobalt crusts, located at a depth between 1000 and 5500 meters.
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The Wire 30 Oct 2021
So when an Indian goes up into the space, same time, an Indian will go deep into the ocean ... The niche technology facilitates carrying out deep ocean exploration of non-living resources such as polymetallic manganese nodules, gas hydrates, hydro-thermal sulphides and cobalt crusts, the NIOT said.
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Samudrayan: India's first manned mission to explore depths of Indian Ocean [Details]

International Business Times 30 Oct 2021
"This niche technology shall facilitate Ministry of Earth Sciences in carrying out deep ocean exploration of the non-living resources such as polymetallic manganese nodules, gas hydrates, hydro-thermal sulphides and cobalt crusts, located at a depth between 1,000 and 5,500 metres," the Minister said ... Deep Ocean Mission.
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Jitendra Singh launches India's unique manned ocean mission Samudrayan at Chennai

Beijing News 30 Oct 2021
... technology shall facilitate the Ministry of Earth Sciences, MoES in carrying out deep ocean exploration of the non-living resources such as polymetallic manganese nodules, gas hydrates, hydro-thermal sulphides and cobalt crusts, located at a depth between 1000 and 5500 meters.

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