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The mission of MinSouth is to be a focus for mining & minerals related professionals based in London and the South East of England, to influence the wider public, to support the IOM3 in its objectives as well as supporting the educational system for the development of the next generation of mining professionals.
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22/01/2018     18:30:00
Annual & 60th Anniversary Dinner
Annual Dinner and celebration of the 60th anniversary of the founding of MinSouth heritage organisation. Venue: The Mercer, 34, Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8AY Tickets are GBP40 each, GBP20 for students, and include a three-course meal and half a bottle of wine. This is extremely good value for such a venue. A limited number of tickets are available and we encourage you reserve yours now. MENU A Starter: Plate of Oak smoked salmon, lemon, capers, horseradish, butter soda bread. Main: Spiced roast Highland venison haunch, saffron cabbage, roast ox tongue sauce, pink peppercorns. Served with roast potatoes, tender stem broccoli. Dessert: Classic lemon tart, English strawberries, vanilla cream, candied pecans Coffee MENU B (Vegetarian and Vegan) Starter: Grilled Portobello mushrooms on toast, grilled sourdough, fruit chutney Main: Butternut squash risotto, fine herbs Dessert: Trio of sorbets Coffee The speaker will be Craig Sillars of the Mining and Infrastructure Group of the DIT. Registration is now closed. Please email stuart.macgowan11@alumni.imperial.ac.uk if you wish to be put on the waiting list for tickets.

25/01/2018     17:00:00
Sundowner
Venue: The Kings Arms, Shepherd Market, Mayfair, W1J 7QA Time: 17:30 onwards

08/02/2018     18:00:00
Joint meeting with BTS
The annual joint meeting with the British Tunnelling Society, to be held at The Institution of Civil Engineers, 1 Great George St, London. A presentation on the North Yorkshire Polyhalite Project will be given by Simon Carter of Sirius Minerals. The opportunities presented by a world-class fertiliser resource, close to a deep-water port, in a stable and developed country are substantial. The extraordinary steps taken to protect the local environment with the mine-site and the majority of the transport route located in a National Park, have presented a number of challenges that had to be solved by the team at Sirius Minerals, together with their engineering and construction partners. A small group of thoughtful and committed individuals therefore navigated these challenges to the point where these solutions are in place and ready to commence construction of the Mineral Transport System in early 2018. To preserve the character and tranquillity of the North York Moors, the conveyor will be routed more than 300m below the surface in a tunnel. This combined conveyor and tunnel form the minerals transport system (MTS) and ensures that none of the ore sees daylight from the moment it is mined 1 500 m below the ground to the point where it arrives on the Wilton industrial complex on Teesside. The presentation by Sirius Minerals Chief Development Officer, Simon Carter, is the story of this journey to date and the vision of the business to become one of the leading producers of multi-nutrient fertilizers.

22/02/2018     17:30:00
Sundowner
Venue: The Kings Arms, Shepherd Market, Mayfair, W1J 7QA Time: 17:30 onwards

08/03/2018     18:00:00
YPLC
MinSouth heat of the Young Persons' Lecture Competition. Imperial College, London.

29/03/2018     17:30:00
Sundowner
Venue: The Kings Arms, Shepherd Market, Mayfair, W1J 7QA Time: 17:30 onwards

19/04/2018     09:00:00
Geometallurgy 2017
Geometallurgy is regarded as the process of understanding a mineral deposit in terms of its structure and properties with a view to establishing and optimising its economic value. Geometallurgy 2017 will bring together experts from academia and industrial research institutes, practitioners from operating mines, consultants and contractors, as well as industry bodies, with the aim of increasing the understanding and sustainable extraction of mineral assets. The conference will be held at IOM3, 297 Euston Road, London, and will feature opportunities for networking within the programme, as well as a conference dinner. For full details a registration please go to https://www.iom3online.org/iom/frontend/reg/thome.csp?pageID=396695&eventID=759&traceRedir=2&eventID=759.

20/04/2018     09:00:00
Geometallurgy 2017
Continuation of event from 13 December.

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