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Ranger Uranium Project: A Deed (12 September 1980)

Category: Agreement
Date: 12 September 1980
Sub Category:Commercial Agreement
Location:Ranger Project Area, Northern Territory, Australia
The Ranger Project Area is 250 km east of Darwin surrounded by the Kakadu National Park.
Subject Matter:Mining and Minerals
Summary Information:
The Ranger Uranium Project: A Deed (the Agreement) was entered into between Peko-Wallsend Operations Ltd (Peko), Electrolytic Zinc Company of Australasia Limited (EZ), Australian Atomic Energy Commission (AAEC), Energy Resources of Australia Ltd (ERA), and Ranger Uranium Mines Pty Ltd (RUM) on the 9 September 1980. Under the Agreement Peko, EZ and the AAEC were released and discharged from liability under the Management Agreement of 9 January 1979 and ERA was joined in their place under that Agreement.

The Agreement is supplemental to the Management Agreement.

Related Entries

Agreement
  • Ranger Uranium Project: Government Agreement as Amended (12 September 1980)
  • Ranger Uranium Project: Deed to Amend the Government Agreement (12 September 1980)
  • Ranger Uranium Project: Agreement (12 September 1980)
  • Ranger Uranium Project: Deed of Assignment (12 September 1980)
  • Ranger Uranium Project: Government Agreement (9 January 1979)
  • Organisation
  • Electrolytic Zinc Company of Australasia Limited - Signatory
  • Australian Atomic Energy Commission - Signatory
  • Peko-Wallsend Operations Ltd - Signatory
  • Energy Resources of Australia - Signatory
  • Event
  • Authority pursuant to Section 41 Atomic Energy Act 1953 (9 January 1979)

  • References

    Book
    Commonwealth Department of Trade and Resources (1980) Ranger Uranium Project Deed to Amend the Government Agreement
    Commonwealth Department of Trade and Resources (1980) Ranger Uranium Project Deed of Assignment
    Commonwealth Department of Trade and Resources (1980) Ranger Uranium Project A Deed

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