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By Miguel A HerediaDuring the seventh week of the year (February 11th to February 17th, 2019), at least 32 press releases were announced by companies working in Mexico, with twelve communicating production results, seven informing on exploration res…
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I am starting trading business in the UK and I have potential customers in the Middle East due to my 10 years working experience in that region. Please help me to connect with rock tool manufacturers and drifter/D…
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Hi everyone, I wanted to share an opportunity with the European Space Agency: https://business.esa.int/funding/invitation-to-tender/mining-kick-s... European Space Agency is providing funding for the development of mining services that use sat…
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OHS. Dust safety.

Dear Mining Industry Professionals,

I am working in Occupational Health and Safety field, specifically in mining and quarrying.

I'm happy to share the news about occupational dust-related diseases like silicosis, "black lung" etc. along with regulations and recommendations to protect workers from dust exposure.


Here is the first article about respirable crystalline silica regulations update.

OSHA developed the guidance to employers and employees regarding…

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Trolley Feasibility

Hello all,

Just signed up with the group and kudos to Harald for setting this up.

Interested to see if any group members have experience with operating or the technical evaluation of trolley assisted haulage. I am interested in evaluating the technology for our project, but relevant experience seems hard to find.

Looking forward to your replies


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Dear Mining Industry Professional,

 I would like to share an update with you since the start of our independent (spam & off-topic posting free) Mining topic related discussion forum some 4 months ago.  Our mission is to amplify the collective knowledge base of the Mining Industry Professionals network by offering a space for sharing resources, ideas and knowledge on Mining related matters.

A milestone has reached.  We have passed the 1000…

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The mining industry consumes billions of liters of diesel and heavy fuel annually. Fuel and power are two of the biggest input costs and for remote mines, unreliable power grids and long distances from major ports or fuel refineries can be a logistical nightmare.

As the costs of renewable are already competitive with coal fired power stations,we need to ask how mining, as a sustainable industry and as the commodity supplier to the growing electric vehicle industry can make a…

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How to be a Drill and Blast Professional

When it comes to mining engineering, Drill and Blast is one of the most technical and exciting roles available for up and coming Mining Engineers. At many operations it’s a high paced, high work load, thankless role. Some love it, some hate it. But for those who love it, they really love it – many have made a career of blowing things up and decided to never move on to other roles. Why would you?!
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