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Reclamation:

the restoration of land and environmental value to a surface mine site after the coal is extracted. Reclamation operations usually get underway as soon as the coal has been removed from a mine site. The process includes restoring the land to its approximate original appearance by restoring topsoil and planting native grasses and ground covers.

redomiciliation

the process by which a company moves its domicile from one jurisdiction to another by changing the country under whose law it is registered or incorporated, whilst maintaining the same legal identity.

reincorporation

the process by which a company moves its domicile from one jurisdiction to another by changing the country under whose law it is registered or incorporated, whilst maintaining the same legal identity.

Reserves

those parts of mineral resources for which sufficient information is available to enable detailed or conceptual mine planning and for which such planning has been undertaken. Reserves are classified as either proved or probable.

Resources:

all of the potential minerals in a defined area based on points of observation and extrapolations from those points. Potential minerals are defined as minerals which have been or could be beneficiated to give a quality acceptable for commercial usage in the foreseeable future and excludes minor mineral occurrences.

RFID:

full name Radio Frequency Identification. A data collection technology that uses electronic tags for storing data.