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Methane – managing this elusive killer Restricted

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Managing Methane The professionals don’t really like to call it a problem. To them, it is more like a fact of life. Something to be managed, controlled. But death is a fact of life, too, and if the management and control of methane and other flammable gases...
7th February 2003
 
 
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Explosives producer to expand its African focus in 2003 Restricted

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After a successful year in which its international operations showed substantial improvement, African Explosives Limited (AEL) sees ongoing growth opportunities in Africa, and will continue to focus on this continent in 2003.
24th January 2003
 
 
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Explosive mining methods to remain prominent in hard-rock underground operations Restricted

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Trevor Grant Although non-explosive mining technologies are being developed, explosives will continue to play a major role in hard rock underground mining as they continue to be the most cost-effective method of breaking rock, says Bulk Mining Explosives MD...
17th January 2003
 
 
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Hi-tech underground bulk systems improve safety and productivity, says company Restricted

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Having played a leading role in the general swing towards underground pumpable explosives in South African underground mines, African Explosives Limited (AEL) is intensifying its drive to improve its underground bulk systems UBS), technology,...
17th January 2003
 
 
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International society to hold its 29th annual conference in Nashville, US Restricted

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The International Society of Explosives Engineers will host its 29th yearly conference on explosives and blasting technique at the Opryland Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee, US, from February 2 to February 5.
17th January 2003
 
 
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Double win for electronic detonators Restricted

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The introduction of electronic detonators at the Martha gold-mine in New Zealand has resulted in benefits for both the mine and the residents who live alongside it.
22nd November 2002
 
 
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Drill monitoring and navigation system installed at colliery Restricted

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The application of Megapump, a repump emulsion explosive, can increase blast performance and reduce costs in underground operations.
22nd November 2002
 
 
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Fume-free mining technology being re-evaluated Restricted

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The Mining Systems programme of CSIR Miningtek has been involved in studies of various fume-free, non-explosive, rock-breaking methods for a number of years.?
22nd November 2002
 
 
 
 
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