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CATCH UP WITH TWIN METALS MINNESOTA

Many of us Minnesotans can relate to the feeling of being in “limbo” as we’ve eagerly awaited the warm, sunny days of spring after a seemingly unending winter. We at Twin Metals are similarly in a period of transition. You may have heard that earlier this year, our long-held mineral leases were canceled by the U.S. Department of Interior, effectively pausing environmental review on our mining project.

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WALL STREET JOURNAL: CRITICAL MINERAL CONTRADICTIONS

WALL STREET JOURNAL – April 3, 2022: The contradictions of White House energy policy keep piling up. In the latest example, President Biden on Thursday invoked the Defense Production Act to subsidize the mining of certain minerals in the U.S. that his own Administration is using regulation to block. Weird, right?… More >

MINING.COM: RANKED – WORLD’S BIGGEST NICKEL PROJECTS – 2022

MINING.COM- March 25, 2022: e steelmaking process, but also in production of batteries for electric vehicles, and it is the metal that has grabbed the most headlines so far this year…. More >

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TWIN METALS TESTIFIES AT CONGRESSIONAL HEARING TO HIGHLIGHT NEED FOR ADVANCING MODERN, ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE MINING TO COMBAT THE CLIMATE CRISIS

Ely, Minn., May 24, 2022 – Today, Twin Metals Minnesota’s Chief Regulatory Officer Julie Padilla was honored to testify in front of the U.S. House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources in opposition to proposed legislation that would be detrimental to the future of northeast Minnesota…. More >

TWIN METALS TESTIFIES AT U.S. SENATE COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES HEARING ON URGENCY OF EXPANDING DOMESTIC MINING

Ely, Minn., March 31, 2022 – Twin Metals Minnesota’s Chief Regulatory Officer Julie Padilla testified today in front of the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources regarding Minnesota’s criticality in our nation’s ability to produce minerals domestically for shoring up American supply chains…. More >