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<h2><a href="http://philippine-resources.com/first-ph-ocean-power-plant-rising-in-san-bernardino/">First PH ocean power plant rising in San Bernardino</a></h2>PNOC-Renewables Corp. has assigned local energy company H&amp;WB Asia Pacific (Pte. Ltd.) Corp. and French partner Sabella SaS to build the first ocean power plant in the Philippines.

It will also <h2><a href="http://philippine-resources.com/weakening-peso-to-boost-philex-mining-revenues/">Weakening peso to boost Philex Mining revenues</a></h2>PHILEX MINING Corporation is seen to benefit from the current weakening of the peso, according to Philex Mining Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan.

Mr. Pangilinan said the listed miner is the “main <h2><a href="http://philippine-resources.com/outstanding-mines-recognized-in-63rd-national-mine-safety-and-environment-conference/">Outstanding mines recognized in 63rd National Mine Safety and Environment Conference</a></h2>The Philippine Mine Safety and Environment Association conferred the prestigious Presidential Mineral Industry Environmental Award (PMIEA) to outstanding mine companies in the country during the testimonial Dinner and Awards night <h2><a href="http://philippine-resources.com/ceo-offers-philex-mines-as-poster-boy-of-responsible-mining/">CEO offers Philex Mines as &#8216;poster boy&#8217; of responsible mining</a></h2>The President and Chief Executive Officer of Philex Mining Corporation offered their mine operations to become the “Poster Boy” of responsible mining in the country.

“I read in a recent news <h2><a href="http://philippine-resources.com/sand-miner-eyes-leyte-steel-mill/">Sand miner eyes Leyte steel mill</a></h2>Chinese black sand miner Nicua Mining Corp. has proposed to put up a $250-million iron-ore processing facility in Leyte to help develop the Philippine steel industry.

The mining firm’s decision came

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First PH ocean power plant rising in San Bernardino

First PH ocean power plant rising in San Bernardino

PNOC-Renewables Corp. has assigned local energy company H&WB Asia Pacific (Pte. Ltd.) Corp. and French partner Sabella SaS to build the first ocean power plant in the Philippines. It will also