Mineral definition

Mineral means gas, oil, and coal; other gaseous, liquid, and solid hydrocarbons; oil shale; cement material; sand and gravel; road material; building stone; chemical raw material; gemstone; fissionable and nonfissionable ores; colloidal and other clays; steam and other geothermal resources; and any other substance defined as a mineral by a law of this state.
Mineral means gas, oil, coal, oil shale, other
Mineral means any substance, whether in solid, liquid or gaseous form, occurring naturally in or on the earth or in or under water and which was formed by or subjected to a geological process, and includes sand, stone, rock, gravel, clay, soil and any mineral occurring in residue stockpiles or in residue deposits, but excludes-

Examples of Mineral in a sentence

  • FOR: Adamant DRI Processing and Mineral Group FOR: Parks Amusements LLC.

  • DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTIES “A” - 1 117650907 v4 NB e-CLAIMS Right Number 4925 Claim Type Mineral Claim Name Xxxxxx Xxxxx East Claim Sub Type Claim Issue Date 2006-09-07 Title Type Claim Expiry Date Owners 2023-09-07 15592 VOTORANTIM METALS CANADA INC.

  • At Closing, Seller shall execute and deliver to Buyer a warranty deed (the “Deed”) conveying fee simple, marketable, and insurable title to the Property, and the Property shall be subject only to real property taxes which are not yet due and payable and such other easements, reservations, conditions, agreements, encumbrances, rights of way, or restrictions of record, the Mineral Reservation attached as Exhibit B and any other matters disclosed on the attached Exhibit C.

  • Any information relating to estimates by the Company of the proven and probable mineral reserves and the measured, indicated and inferred mineral resources associated with its mineral property projects contained in the Registration Statement, Prospectuses and Disclosure Package has been prepared in all material respects in accordance with National Instrument 43-101– Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”).

  • The parties acknowledge that the Holder or Affiliates thereof may be or become subject to National Instrument 43-101 — Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects of the Canadian Securities Administrators or Regulation S-K 1300 (collectively, the “Mining Rules”).

More Definitions of Mineral

Mineral means a substance which normally occurs naturally as part of the earth’s crust or is dissolved or suspended in water within or upon the earth’s crust and includes a substance which may be extracted from such a substance, and includes—
Mineral means a naturally occurring solid substance that is extracted from the earth in this state primarily for its nonferrous metallic mineral content for commercial, industrial, or construction purposes. Mineral does not include gypsum, lime, limestone, salt, dolomite, basalt, granite, sandstone, shale, clay, stone, gravel, marl, peat, sand, gemstones, coal, substances extracted from potable water or brine, substances extracted from oil or natural gas, low-grade iron ore that is defined and taxed under 1951 PA 77, MCL 211.621 to 211.626, any property that is defined and taxed under 1963 PA 68, MCL 207.271 to 207.279, or any other substance not extracted primarily for its nonferrous metallic mineral content.
Mineral means name of mineral.
Mineral means a product recognized by standard authori- ties as mineral, whether metalliferous or nonmetalliferous.
Mineral means gypsum, clay, stone, sand, gravel, or other ores or mineral solids, except coal.
Mineral means gas; oil; coal; other gaseous, liquid and solid hydrocarbons; oil shale;
Mineral means any substance in liquid, solid or gaseous form occurring naturally in or on the earth or on, in or under the sea bed and formed by or subject to a geological process, but does not include water;