There are three stages of a mine: permitting, construction, and operations. Each stage will have a different level of employment, and we are currently in the permitting stage.Read More
Category Jobs & Economic Development
White Sulphur Springs, MT,– December 16, 2015 – Tintina Montana Inc. (“Tintina” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce submission of a Mine Operating Permit (“MOP”) application for the Johnny Lee copper deposit for its Black Butte Copper Project to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (“DEQ”). The application is a comprehensive document detailing the operating plan for one of the highest grade copper developments currently underway in the world. Read More
Tintina Resources says it can protect both the environment and create some 200 jobs with the Black Butte Copper Project because its modern design takes mining to the next level.
“We agree with the conservation community this is important to all of Montana, so we think that everyone deserves to have the facts, not just the people in Meagher County,” said Nancy Schlepp, Tintina’s public relations director.
The Black Butte Copper Project is one of the highest grade copper projects in North America. Tintina is led by a highly experienced executive management team that has an impressive track record of successfully building shareholder value through exploration, corporate finance and mine development.