Honourable J. Trevor Eyton Joins American Lithium Minerals as Chairman

- March 10th, 2010

American Lithium Minerals, Inc. (OTCBB: AMLM) reported the appointment of the Honourable J. Trevor Eyton as Chairman of the Board.

American Lithium Minerals, Inc. (OTCBB: AMLM) reported the appointment of the Honourable J. Trevor Eyton as Chairman of the Board.

The press release is quoted as saying:

American Lithium Minerals, Inc. is an early stage lithium exploration company engaged in evaluating, developing and acquiring lithium projects, with a focus on the USA. The Company is actively working on the Montezuma Valley, Nevada lithium brine property acquired in 2009.

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4 responses to “Honourable J. Trevor Eyton Joins American Lithium Minerals as Chairman

  1. The results announced for 2010 for UK Coal plc highlight the dismal performance from this Company. Perhaps some more background information helps to explain why this is so.

    It now operates three deep mines. This division of the Company has been slimed down over the last decade, but the Company has not made a profit on this activity since 2000 and since then has accumulated losses of nearly £279m on this division.

    Its surface mining activity produces a much smaller volume of its coal, around 20%. During the same period this division has made a profit of just over £57m.
    What used to provide an area of profit for the Company which outweighed its losses from the deep mine coal division was its property development activities, but unfortunately since the Credit Crunch crisis this division hhas now produced losses for the last 3 years.

    What this Company is good at producing, through its ongoing activities, are numerous clashes with local communities and planning authorities which are both time consuming and expensive for the Company. These are issues which the Company gives little attention too but help to explain some of the Company’s financial problems. These are some of the current examples:

    Old Colliery Sites

    Rufford, Nottinghamshire

    Local residents have objected to plans by UK Coal to put an Incinerator on this site. The results of a Public Inquiry in to the issue are expected soon.

    Nth Selby, York

    Again objectors are opposing another Incinerator plan on what is a greenfield site. Recently a partner to the planning application, Science City York withdrew their support for the application and now York City council are proposing to serve an Enfocement Order on UK Coal plc to force them to restore the site to a greenfield site.

    Old and Current Surface Mine Sites

    Arkwright Village, Derbyshire

    Local residents have gained a court injunction stopping UK Coal proceeding with a plan to have an Anaerobic Digester plant on a site which they belive should be restored to woodland.

    Cutacre, Bolton

    Currently a surface mine site. Residents have long resisted plans to work this site stretching back to the 1990’s. More recently local people have become incensed at UK Coal’s proposed amendments to the restoration plans for the site which would reduce the area of the proposed Country Park and increase the size of the area allocated for commercial development.

    Huntington Lane, Telford, Shropshire

    Activists Against Climate Change still occupy part of this site which gained planning permission after a Public Inquiry in 2008 after the Company met fierce local opposition and opposition from Telford Council.

    Proposed Surface Mine / Opencast Sites

    UK Coal are proposing a series of new Opencast sites as follows:

    Bradley Co Durham

    Resisted by local opposition groups and rejected by Durham County Council in February 2011. UK coal are now to Appeal.

    Minorca, Leicestershire

    This is opposed by local opposition groups including a District Council and 3 Parish Councils. A decision has yet to be made on this application

    Lodge House Extension, Derbyshire

    This is a proposal to extend the existing Lodge House site. The original Lodge House proposal was bitterly contested, leading to a Public Inquiry. This new proposal is also being objected to by local people

    Hoodsclose, Northumberland

    Again local people are objecting to the plan for an opencast mine near an area of outstanding natural beauty.

    Shortwoods Farm, Nottinghamshire

    UK Coal’s activities have again sparked local into forming a protest group

    Pittington, Co Durham

    Even the mere threat of possibly having a potential opencast mine site area safeguarded on a local minerals plan was enough for a strong opposition group to form.

    Other conflicts with Local Authorities

    Forge and Monument

    Derbyshire County Council had, it seems, to exert considerable pressure on UK Coal to honour its restoration commitments / conditions to carry out restoration work as part of gaining permission to surface mine this site. It is now given as a case example to Planning Officers on how to gain a developers ‘cooperation’ in getting them to honour planning conditions, See

    http://www.helm.org.uk/server/show/ConCaseStudy.160

    Lounge, Leicestershire

    Leicestershire County council had to threaten UK coal with Enforcement Action to gain their co-operation to start restoring this mineral site (the site had been granted temporary use as a coal distribution site in the 1980’s) to a greenfield site

    Evidence to back up some of these facts can be found in the following

    UK Coal: An Alternative Report, January 2010 @

    http://www.leicestershirevillages.com/measham/mopg-reports.html
    C1) UK Coal’s Financial Situation, 3rd ed, January 2011 @

    http://www.leicestershirevillages.com/measham/mopg-briefing-notes-series.html

  2. The results announced for 2010 for UK Coal plc highlight the dismal performance from this Company. Perhaps some more background information helps to explain why this is so.

    It now operates three deep mines. This division of the Company has been slimed down over the last decade, but the Company has not made a profit on this activity since 2000 and since then has accumulated losses of nearly £279m on this division.

    Its surface mining activity produces a much smaller volume of its coal, around 20%. During the same period this division has made a profit of just over £57m.
    What used to provide an area of profit for the Company which outweighed its losses from the deep mine coal division was its property development activities, but unfortunately since the Credit Crunch crisis this division hhas now produced losses for the last 3 years.

    What this Company is good at producing, through its ongoing activities, are numerous clashes with local communities and planning authorities which are both time consuming and expensive for the Company. These are issues which the Company gives little attention too but help to explain some of the Company’s financial problems. These are some of the current examples:

    Old Colliery Sites

    Rufford, Nottinghamshire

    Local residents have objected to plans by UK Coal to put an Incinerator on this site. The results of a Public Inquiry in to the issue are expected soon.

    Nth Selby, York

    Again objectors are opposing another Incinerator plan on what is a greenfield site. Recently a partner to the planning application, Science City York withdrew their support for the application and now York City council are proposing to serve an Enfocement Order on UK Coal plc to force them to restore the site to a greenfield site.

    Old and Current Surface Mine Sites

    Arkwright Village, Derbyshire

    Local residents have gained a court injunction stopping UK Coal proceeding with a plan to have an Anaerobic Digester plant on a site which they belive should be restored to woodland.

    Cutacre, Bolton

    Currently a surface mine site. Residents have long resisted plans to work this site stretching back to the 1990’s. More recently local people have become incensed at UK Coal’s proposed amendments to the restoration plans for the site which would reduce the area of the proposed Country Park and increase the size of the area allocated for commercial development.

    Huntington Lane, Telford, Shropshire

    Activists Against Climate Change still occupy part of this site which gained planning permission after a Public Inquiry in 2008 after the Company met fierce local opposition and opposition from Telford Council.

    Proposed Surface Mine / Opencast Sites

    UK Coal are proposing a series of new Opencast sites as follows:

    Bradley Co Durham

    Resisted by local opposition groups and rejected by Durham County Council in February 2011. UK coal are now to Appeal.

    Minorca, Leicestershire

    This is opposed by local opposition groups including a District Council and 3 Parish Councils. A decision has yet to be made on this application

    Lodge House Extension, Derbyshire

    This is a proposal to extend the existing Lodge House site. The original Lodge House proposal was bitterly contested, leading to a Public Inquiry. This new proposal is also being objected to by local people

    Hoodsclose, Northumberland

    Again local people are objecting to the plan for an opencast mine near an area of outstanding natural beauty.

    Shortwoods Farm, Nottinghamshire

    UK Coal’s activities have again sparked local into forming a protest group

    Pittington, Co Durham

    Even the mere threat of possibly having a potential opencast mine site area safeguarded on a local minerals plan was enough for a strong opposition group to form.

    Other conflicts with Local Authorities

    Forge and Monument

    Derbyshire County Council had, it seems, to exert considerable pressure on UK Coal to honour its restoration commitments / conditions to carry out restoration work as part of gaining permission to surface mine this site. It is now given as a case example to Planning Officers on how to gain a developers ‘cooperation’ in getting them to honour planning conditions, See

    http://www.helm.org.uk/server/show/ConCaseStudy.160

    Lounge, Leicestershire

    Leicestershire County council had to threaten UK coal with Enforcement Action to gain their co-operation to start restoring this mineral site (the site had been granted temporary use as a coal distribution site in the 1980’s) to a greenfield site

    Evidence to back up some of these facts can be found in the following

    UK Coal: An Alternative Report, January 2010 @

    http://www.leicestershirevillages.com/measham/mopg-reports.html
    C1) UK Coal’s Financial Situation, 3rd ed, January 2011 @

    http://www.leicestershirevillages.com/measham/mopg-briefing-notes-series.html

  3. The results announced for 2010 for UK Coal plc highlight the dismal performance from this Company. Perhaps some more background information helps to explain why this is so.

    It now operates three deep mines. This division of the Company has been slimed down over the last decade, but the Company has not made a profit on this activity since 2000 and since then has accumulated losses of nearly £279m on this division.

    Its surface mining activity produces a much smaller volume of its coal, around 20%. During the same period this division has made a profit of just over £57m.
    What used to provide an area of profit for the Company which outweighed its losses from the deep mine coal division was its property development activities, but unfortunately since the Credit Crunch crisis this division hhas now produced losses for the last 3 years.

    What this Company is good at producing, through its ongoing activities, are numerous clashes with local communities and planning authorities which are both time consuming and expensive for the Company. These are issues which the Company gives little attention too but help to explain some of the Company’s financial problems. These are some of the current examples:

    Old Colliery Sites

    Rufford, Nottinghamshire

    Local residents have objected to plans by UK Coal to put an Incinerator on this site. The results of a Public Inquiry in to the issue are expected soon.

    Nth Selby, York

    Again objectors are opposing another Incinerator plan on what is a greenfield site. Recently a partner to the planning application, Science City York withdrew their support for the application and now York City council are proposing to serve an Enfocement Order on UK Coal plc to force them to restore the site to a greenfield site.

    Old and Current Surface Mine Sites

    Arkwright Village, Derbyshire

    Local residents have gained a court injunction stopping UK Coal proceeding with a plan to have an Anaerobic Digester plant on a site which they belive should be restored to woodland.

    Cutacre, Bolton

    Currently a surface mine site. Residents have long resisted plans to work this site stretching back to the 1990’s. More recently local people have become incensed at UK Coal’s proposed amendments to the restoration plans for the site which would reduce the area of the proposed Country Park and increase the size of the area allocated for commercial development.

    Huntington Lane, Telford, Shropshire

    Activists Against Climate Change still occupy part of this site which gained planning permission after a Public Inquiry in 2008 after the Company met fierce local opposition and opposition from Telford Council.

    Proposed Surface Mine / Opencast Sites

    UK Coal are proposing a series of new Opencast sites as follows:

    Bradley Co Durham

    Resisted by local opposition groups and rejected by Durham County Council in February 2011. UK coal are now to Appeal.

    Minorca, Leicestershire

    This is opposed by local opposition groups including a District Council and 3 Parish Councils. A decision has yet to be made on this application

    Lodge House Extension, Derbyshire

    This is a proposal to extend the existing Lodge House site. The original Lodge House proposal was bitterly contested, leading to a Public Inquiry. This new proposal is also being objected to by local people

    Hoodsclose, Northumberland

    Again local people are objecting to the plan for an opencast mine near an area of outstanding natural beauty.

    Shortwoods Farm, Nottinghamshire

    UK Coal’s activities have again sparked local into forming a protest group

    Pittington, Co Durham

    Even the mere threat of possibly having a potential opencast mine site area safeguarded on a local minerals plan was enough for a strong opposition group to form.

    Other conflicts with Local Authorities

    Forge and Monument

    Derbyshire County Council had, it seems, to exert considerable pressure on UK Coal to honour its restoration commitments / conditions to carry out restoration work as part of gaining permission to surface mine this site. It is now given as a case example to Planning Officers on how to gain a developers ‘cooperation’ in getting them to honour planning conditions, See

    http://www.helm.org.uk/server/show/ConCaseStudy.160

    Lounge, Leicestershire

    Leicestershire County council had to threaten UK coal with Enforcement Action to gain their co-operation to start restoring this mineral site (the site had been granted temporary use as a coal distribution site in the 1980’s) to a greenfield site

    Evidence to back up some of these facts can be found in the following

    UK Coal: An Alternative Report, January 2010 @

    http://www.leicestershirevillages.com/measham/mopg-reports.html
    C1) UK Coal’s Financial Situation, 3rd ed, January 2011 @

    http://www.leicestershirevillages.com/measham/mopg-briefing-notes-series.html

  4. The results announced for 2010 for UK Coal plc highlight the dismal performance from this Company. Perhaps some more background information helps to explain why this is so.

    It now operates three deep mines. This division of the Company has been slimed down over the last decade, but the Company has not made a profit on this activity since 2000 and since then has accumulated losses of nearly £279m on this division.

    Its surface mining activity produces a much smaller volume of its coal, around 20%. During the same period this division has made a profit of just over £57m.
    What used to provide an area of profit for the Company which outweighed its losses from the deep mine coal division was its property development activities, but unfortunately since the Credit Crunch crisis this division hhas now produced losses for the last 3 years.

    What this Company is good at producing, through its ongoing activities, are numerous clashes with local communities and planning authorities which are both time consuming and expensive for the Company. These are issues which the Company gives little attention too but help to explain some of the Company’s financial problems. These are some of the current examples:

    Old Colliery Sites

    Rufford, Nottinghamshire

    Local residents have objected to plans by UK Coal to put an Incinerator on this site. The results of a Public Inquiry in to the issue are expected soon.

    Nth Selby, York

    Again objectors are opposing another Incinerator plan on what is a greenfield site. Recently a partner to the planning application, Science City York withdrew their support for the application and now York City council are proposing to serve an Enfocement Order on UK Coal plc to force them to restore the site to a greenfield site.

    Old and Current Surface Mine Sites

    Arkwright Village, Derbyshire

    Local residents have gained a court injunction stopping UK Coal proceeding with a plan to have an Anaerobic Digester plant on a site which they belive should be restored to woodland.

    Cutacre, Bolton

    Currently a surface mine site. Residents have long resisted plans to work this site stretching back to the 1990’s. More recently local people have become incensed at UK Coal’s proposed amendments to the restoration plans for the site which would reduce the area of the proposed Country Park and increase the size of the area allocated for commercial development.

    Huntington Lane, Telford, Shropshire

    Activists Against Climate Change still occupy part of this site which gained planning permission after a Public Inquiry in 2008 after the Company met fierce local opposition and opposition from Telford Council.

    Proposed Surface Mine / Opencast Sites

    UK Coal are proposing a series of new Opencast sites as follows:

    Bradley Co Durham

    Resisted by local opposition groups and rejected by Durham County Council in February 2011. UK coal are now to Appeal.

    Minorca, Leicestershire

    This is opposed by local opposition groups including a District Council and 3 Parish Councils. A decision has yet to be made on this application

    Lodge House Extension, Derbyshire

    This is a proposal to extend the existing Lodge House site. The original Lodge House proposal was bitterly contested, leading to a Public Inquiry. This new proposal is also being objected to by local people

    Hoodsclose, Northumberland

    Again local people are objecting to the plan for an opencast mine near an area of outstanding natural beauty.

    Shortwoods Farm, Nottinghamshire

    UK Coal’s activities have again sparked local into forming a protest group

    Pittington, Co Durham

    Even the mere threat of possibly having a potential opencast mine site area safeguarded on a local minerals plan was enough for a strong opposition group to form.

    Other conflicts with Local Authorities

    Forge and Monument

    Derbyshire County Council had, it seems, to exert considerable pressure on UK Coal to honour its restoration commitments / conditions to carry out restoration work as part of gaining permission to surface mine this site. It is now given as a case example to Planning Officers on how to gain a developers ‘cooperation’ in getting them to honour planning conditions, See

    http://www.helm.org.uk/server/show/ConCaseStudy.160

    Lounge, Leicestershire

    Leicestershire County council had to threaten UK coal with Enforcement Action to gain their co-operation to start restoring this mineral site (the site had been granted temporary use as a coal distribution site in the 1980’s) to a greenfield site

    Evidence to back up some of these facts can be found in the following

    UK Coal: An Alternative Report, January 2010 @

    http://www.leicestershirevillages.com/measham/mopg-reports.html
    C1) UK Coal’s Financial Situation, 3rd ed, January 2011 @

    http://www.leicestershirevillages.com/measham/mopg-briefing-notes-series.html

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