The fact that it has taken so long to get the permit means that Ormonde is losing the lead. Wolfe and to a lesser extent Wres are moving rapidly ahead. Wolfe are fully funded with off takes and a very large resource. I fear as Europe's situation grows more grave funding for this project may becomes its nemisis. I have reduced my holding because the future looks too uncertain....
there is no news in Spanish newspapers about the permit. However, I assume that the storks were nesting till no so long ago. They might be waiting till they have grown (40 days approx.) and move them into a different place. This is just my opinion I have just read that in a different region, Galicia, they have decided to speed up all the mines paper work process :)
The latest news I had from researching on the web, mainly Spanish newspapers, Barrecuecopardo's major was going to meet with the economy regional minister to get the permissions faster (the meeting was on the 25th of March). I now found more news, on the 1st of April, the major saying that the civil work in the mine will start after summer. It seems promising to me
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