Published: 16 Jul 2014
The UK-based publishing group, which owns Industrial Minerals (IM), is one of the leading global information providers on mining and commodities. Its acquisition of Africa’s largest mining event is a recognition that the continent is set to play an increasingly important role in the future of the world resources industry.
Published: 09 Jul 2014
Though shale in the UK extends to around 30% of England and Wales, according to BGS geologist Rachel Bell steps must be taken to prevent pressure on groundwater supply and contamination, while a secure proppant supply is also essential.
Published: 03 Jul 2014
As the US energy landscape shifts towards unconventional sources, the demand for oilfield minerals including barite, bentonite and frac sand is ever increasing. Oilfield Minerals Outlook 2014 delegates gathered in Houston last week to find out more.
Published: 25 Jun 2014
By convening on these two key factors for the development of a stable and long-term profitable mining sector, Africa’s government representatives and mining companies seem to agree on a common strategy to boost investors in the mining industry.
Published: 19 Jun 2014
The election of the right of centre Bharatiya Janata Party, led by Narendra Modi, by a clear majority, promises a move away from populist, consensus politics in India and could lead to sweeping economic reform, which in turn is likely to boost domestic raw material output and demand.
Published: 13 Jun 2014
With the IEA this week underlining China’s dependence on gas, a new report produced by IM Research underlines how China’s unconventional gas market will develop – as well as its proppant markets. The report, available to purchase, is the first and only definitive report on China’s oil and gas proppants market.