Skip to main content

Belo Sun receives encouraging ruling from Federal Court of Appeal in Brasilia

Published by , Assistant Editor
Global Mining Review,


Belo Sun Mining Corp. (Belo Sun) reports that a three judge panel decision by the Court of Appeals of the Federal Justice in Brasília (Tribunal Regional Federal da 1ª Região for the Tutela Antecipada Antecedente) has ruled unanimously that SEMAS (State Environmental Agency for the Government of Para) remains the competent authority for the environmental permitting of the Volta Grande gold project (see press release dated 11 September 2018).  

The ruling confirms that the Construction License (LI) granted in 2017 by SEMAS and the Environmental License (LP) granted in 2014 by SEMAS for the Volta Grande gold project remain valid, subject to the completion of the Indigenous Study prepared following the protocols prescribed by FUNAI (Fundação Nacional do Índio), including primary data collection and consultations with the local Indigenous communities (see press releases dated 6 December 2017 and 23 July 2018).

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/15072019/belo-sun-receives-encouraging-ruling-from-federal-court-of-appeal-in-brasilia/

You might also like

 EnviroTech

Ready to revolutionise the cement industry?

Join our sister publication, World Cement, in Lisbon, 10 – 13 March 2024, for their first in-person conference and exhibition: EnviroTech.

This exclusive knowledge and networking event will bring together cement producers, industry leaders, technical experts, analysts, and other stakeholders to discuss the latest technologies, processes, and policies being deployed at the forefront of the cement industry’s efforts to reduce its environmental footprint.

Get your early bird tickets NOW »

 

The Future of Energy-Efficient Haulage

Nik Gresshoff and Matt Youngblood, Railveyor, review how operators can cut costs and emissions by implementing an electric haulage system.

 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

Global Mining Review is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.