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Swedish iron-mining town is on the move / Cracks caused by ...

Swedish iron-mining town is on the move / Cracks caused by ore extraction prompt city to relocate. Juliet Eilperin, Washington Post. Published 4:00 am PST, Sunday, February 25, 2007

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Northland Iron Ore Train at Abisko, Sweden - YouTube

 · Green Cargo with train for Northland Resources at Abisko Östra, Sweden. Last short cut from Kiruna.

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Relocation of Kiruna town due to iron ore mine, Sweden ...

The Swedish iron ore mining company LKAB (abbreviation of Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara AB) was established in 1890, which makes it one of Sweden's oldest industrial companies. The mine has been in operation for over a hundred years and has been incredibly important for the Swedish economy [1].

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METALS & MINING IN SWEDEN

In 2012, the mines explored a combined 71 million tonnes of ore. Around the mines a metallurgical and mechanical industry has thrived, as well as outstanding global equip - ment suppliers, especially in underground mining. Sweden has three primary mining regions. The Norrbot - ten region in the far east with iron ore, copper and gold.

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A New Era of Exploitation? Mining Sami Lands in Sweden ...

A New Era of Exploitation? Mining Sami Lands in Sweden. ... through its Swedish subsidiary Jokkmokk Iron Mines AB, has applied for an exploitation concession for the Kallak North iron ore deposit. Noted as an Area of National Interest by the Swedish Geological Survey, the company announced an indicated resource base of 118.5 million tons—one ...

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Mining - LKAB

The mining takes place in the underground mines in Kiruna and Malmberget, and at the Gruvberget and Leveäniemi surface mines in Svappavaara. How LKAB mines iron ore. Most of LKAB's ore is mined at depths of more than one kilometre in the two underground mines.

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4rail.net - Sweden's Electric Locos - IORE

Swedish MTAB now has 34 (2 + 16 + 8 + 8) of these heavyweight Octeon platform electric locomotives of AdTranz. Company has now evolved to become Bombardier. In Sweden this locomotive type is simply "IORE", synonymous for Iron Ore, which the locomotives haul from the mines to the harbors of Norway and Sweden. The name is also very fitting to ...

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Early medieval origins of iron mining and settlement in ...

The Norberg mining district is considered the oldest of the early iron mining districts in Sweden. More than 1000 historical mining-related sites have been registered, which include at least 360 mining areas consisting of more than 1030 mine pits or shafts, >115 smelting houses or furnaces and >40 forges (Petterson, 1994).

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This Swedish Mining Town Is Sinking—So It's Being Moved ...

The iron ore mine at Kirunavaara Mountain near the Swedish town of Kiruna is one of the largest in the world. The house of the first director of state-owned mining company LKAB, Hjalmar Lundbohm ...

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Relocation of Kiruna town due to iron ore mine, Sweden ...

The Swedish iron ore mining company LKAB (abbreviation of Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara AB) was established in 1890, which makes it one of Sweden's oldest industrial companies. The mine has been in operation for over a hundred years and has been incredibly important for the Swedish economy [1].

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iron ore mining - Swedish translation – Linguee

Similarly, the EESC would draw attention to the growing concentration in the iron ore mining sector, and calls upon the European Commission to take account of the risks that the creation of virtual worldwide monopolies could entail for the European industry, as reflected in the stance taken by the European steel sectors, the engineering sector and the automotive sector with respect to the ...

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Malmberget Iron Ore Mine, Sweden - Mining Technology ...

LKAB's Malmberget (ore mountain) iron ore mine, located at Gällivare, 75km from Kiruna, contains 20 orebodies spread over an underground area of about 5 by 2.5km, of which 10 orebodies are currently being mined. Mining began in 1892 and since then over 350Mt of ore have been won. LKAB employs ...

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A large part of Swedish iron ore was formed in volcanic ...

Iron ore of so-called Kiruna type, named after the classic mine in northern Sweden, today represents over 90 per cent of Europe's total iron ore production and also constitutes a very important ore type in other countries worldwide. Of the European instances, the mines in Kiruna and Malmberget today are the largest and most important.

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Learn more about Swedens mining industry ...

Significant ore assets, combined with world-leading academia, mining companies, and technology companies have allowed ongoing success for Swedish mining. The Swedish government has a clear goal to strengthen its position as the EU's leading mining country—this has been expressed in Sweden's mineral strategy.

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METALS & MINING IN SWEDEN

In 2012, the mines explored a combined 71 million tonnes of ore. Around the mines a metallurgical and mechanical industry has thrived, as well as outstanding global equip - ment suppliers, especially in underground mining. Sweden has three primary mining regions. The Norrbot - ten region in the far east with iron ore, copper and gold.

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Hurstwic: Iron Production in the Viking Age

Although Norse people knew of mining and mined some iron ore in a variety of locations throughout Scandinavia, most Viking era iron was smelted from bog iron. The photo to the left shows the bog at Rauðanes in Iceland, where Skallagrímur Kveldúlfsson, one …

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Mining threatens Sami reindeer herding in Sweden

 · A reindeer near the Swedish village of Vuollerim, Lapland province, west of the coastal city of Luleaa ... are deeply worried what will happen if the proposed Kallak iron mine…

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The history of Swedish iron and steel industry - Jernkontoret

 · The Swedish iron and steel industry has a long history beginning in the Middle Ages. The Swedish iron and steel industry has a long history beginning in the Middle Ages. ... It was also at that time that German mine owners and merchants acquired the rights to run their own operations in Sweden's mining areas and trading communities.

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Mining threatens Sami reindeer herding in Sweden

 · A reindeer near the Swedish village of Vuollerim, Lapland province, west of the coastal city of Luleaa ... are deeply worried what will happen if the proposed Kallak iron mine…

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Kiruna: the town being moved 3km east so it doesn't fall ...

 · Founded in 1900 by the state-owned Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara mining company (LK), Kiruna has grown rich off the vast seam of iron ore that lurks …

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Show Mines of Sweden: Utö Iron Mines

The ore was mined as early as the 12th century, and so this is the oldest iron mine of Sweden. It is also famous for the discovery of Lithium, as the skarn ore is rich in Lithium. The first time this element was extracted was from a sample from Utö.

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BLANKA IRON MINE - Swedish mining industry - YouTube

 · * Select HD 1080 for best quality! BLANKA IRON MINE. Somewhere in Bergslagen, Sweden. It was mostly iron ore and zink they excavated from the mine, but the latest mining period was uranium. The ...

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Gállok/Kallak Iron Mine, Sweden | EJAtlas

In 2006, a British company named Beowulf Mining Plc. and their Swedish affiliate, Jokkmokk Iron Mines AB, were given permission by the Swedish governmental agency Bergsstaten to explore possibilities for mining iron ore in Gállok (also known as Kallak); an area located 40 km northwest of Jokkmokk in the province of Lappland, Sweden.

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Mining threatens to eat up northern Europe's last ...

 · The polar mining boom, which mirrors the oil industry's search for oil and gas, is heating up as climate change makes new areas and sea routes accessible and world prices of iron …

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What is the history of Walloons in Sweden? | Yahoo Answers

 · Most of the Walloons came from Belgium, the valley of the Meuse, Liège and Namur, were they worked in the iron industry. They came to Sweden during the 17th century, tempted by good salaries at Swedish iron mines, and settled in Uppland and in Östergötland. In the beginning the Walloons, like most immigrants, married within their own group.

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LAMCO JV exploited the extremely rich Nimba mountains iron ore deposits. The investments in the LAMCO JV then were the largest Swedish investment abroad after 1945. The fourth mining company, Bong Mining Company (BMC), was created following a concession agreement with German investors in 1958. The mine opened in 1965.

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The Little Swedish Iron Mine That Could Restart Soon | INN

The Kaunisvaara iron mine in the Pajala municipality in far north Sweden is due to begin operations in the middle of July, after its previous owner went bankrupt in 2014.. The mine will have a new ...

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The history of Swedish iron and steel industry - Jernkontoret

 · Therefore the iron ore operations ranked here be individual mines or a complex of clustered mines. The top 10 iron ore mining centers, ranked …

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Immigration to the Iron Range, 1880–1930 | MNopedia

During the early twentieth century, the population of the Iron Range was among the most ethnically diverse in Minnesota. Tens of thousands of immigrants arrived from Finland, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Canada, England, and over thirty other places of origin. These immigrants mined the ore that made the Iron Range famous and built its communities.

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Immigration to the Iron Range, 1880–1930 | MNopedia

During the early twentieth century, the population of the Iron Range was among the most ethnically diverse in Minnesota. Tens of thousands of immigrants arrived from Finland, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Canada, England, and over thirty other places of origin. These immigrants mined the ore that made the Iron Range famous and built its communities.

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