January 22, 2018 8:29 AM ET

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Company Overview of The Pebble Limited Partnership

Company Overview

The Pebble Limited Partnership operates as an engineering design and mine planning company. It also oversees a program of activities in the areas of mineral exploration, environmental/socioeconomic studies, stakeholder relations, and public affairs. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Anchorage, Alaska. As of December 13, 2013, The Pebble Limited Partnership operates as a subsidiary of Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd.

3201 C Street

Suite 604

Anchorage, AK 99503

United States

Founded in 2007





Key Executives for The Pebble Limited Partnership

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer
CEO & President of Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd
Age: 65
Senior VP of Engineering & Project Director
Age: 63
Executive Vice President of External Affairs
Age: 72
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

The Pebble Limited Partnership Key Developments

Pebble Hires Alaskan Mark Hamilton to Serve as Its Executive Vice President of External Affairs

Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. announced that its wholly-owned Alaska-based subsidiary Pebble Limited Partnership has hired retired Major General, US Army & President Emeritus of the University of Alaska Mark Hamilton to serve as its Executive Vice President of External Affairs. Hamilton will begin work immediately this fall, and expects to connect with political, business, community and Alaska Native leaders throughout the state to better understand their views and consider their advice as the Pebble Project advances into permitting. An Alaska resident for more than 20 years, Hamilton spent 31 years with the US Army, including involvement in successful negotiations in Somalia and in the United Nations, leading toward peace in El Salvador. He has been awarded the military's highest peacetime award, the Joint Distinguished Service Medal and was recognized by The National Association Of Scholars for resolute Leadership in Defense of Intellectual Freedom in Higher Education.

Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. Announces Hiring of Senior Technical Leadership for Alaska's Pebble Project

Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. announced that the Pebble Limited Partnership has filled two senior technical positions to lead engineering design and regulatory permitting for southwest Alaska'sPebble Project. Senior Vice President of Engineering and Project Director Stephen Hodgson will lead Pebble's engineering and project development team, with responsibility for all aspects of project design, engineering and financial studies and regulatory compliance. He will be supported by Vice President of Permitting James Fueg, who assumes responsibility for all aspects of the project's regulatory permitting team and process, including management of environmental and socioeconomic studies, liaison with federal and state agencies and active management of Pebble's forthcoming Environmental Impact Statement process under the National Environmental Policy Act. Since 2005, Stephen Hodgson has played a central role on the engineering team for Pebble for more than a decade, and was part of the Cominco team that evaluated the Pebble deposit in the early 1990s. James Fueg was most recently seconded from Barrick Gold Corporation to serve as Technical Services Manager for the Donlin Gold Project in western Alaska, where he played a leadership role managing the EIS and NEPA permitting process for a project expected to receive a final Record of Decision in 2018.

Pebble Limited Partnership Appoints Members of Advisory Committee

Pebble Limited Partnership announced that Willie Hensley, Kim Williams, Jim Maddy, General Joseph Ralston, Terrence to serve as founding members of an Advisory Committee formed to provide independent, external advice as the Pebble Project advances into federal and state permitting. Willie Hensley is former Alaska legislator and current Visiting Professor of Business and Public Policy at the University of Alaska. Kim Williams is former Executive Director of Nunamta Aulukestai, Chief of the Curyung Tribal Council and Bristol Bay Native Corporation director. Jim Maddy is former President of the League of Conservation Voters and National Park Foundation, in addition to other leadership roles in conservation organizations. General Joseph Ralston is former Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, whose tenure as a military and government leader spans both Alaska and Washington, DC. Terrence 'Rock' Salt is former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US Army Corps of Engineers.

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