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  • By William Clarke
    Published: 22 Sep 2017

    Quantity is taking precedent over quality; raw sand is preferable to ceramic proppants; dust control regulation is prominent – here are some takeaways from the Denver event.

  • By Albert Li
    Published: 08 Sep 2017

    Government incentives and academic cooperation have spawned a number of promising new environmentally sensitive projects in the capital of China’s magnesia industry, Albert Li, IM Correspondent, finds.

  • By Davide Ghilotti
    William Clarke
    Published: 01 Sep 2017

    Rail and sea links are fractured in the US's largest international port, as supply chains of some industrial minerals could be disrupted.

  • By William Clarke
    Published: 25 Aug 2017

    Texas state government warns that destruction of the habitat "has already begun".

  • By IM Staff
    Published: 17 Aug 2017

    Automated trucks used on mine sites could soon offer cost savings on the roads, Rose Pengelly, IM Correspondent, discovers.

  • By IM Staff
    Published: 11 Aug 2017

    Scandinavia is a significant exporter of industrial minerals, but opportunities for growth in supplying raw materials for new technologies are forcing countries like Norway to take notice of their environmental obligations, Sarah Gibbons, IM Correspondent, finds.


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