Molly Lempriere

Molly Lempriere is a features writer for NRI Digital, covering a range of energy topics.Before joining the team Molly worked as part of the editorial team at the European Business Review. She has contributed to a number of online magazines, in particular reviewing music and theatre for the Upcoming where she helped to cover both the London Film Festival and the Apple Music Festival.Molly studied English Literature at Brunel University.   

All articles by Molly Lempriere

  1. Australian coal: will Asia’s thirst for steel guarantee total domination?

    In the West, demand for coal continues to fall, causing a global reduction of 1.9% in 2016. However, in the…
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    28 Jan
  2. The changing face of mining jobs in Australia

    The Australian mining sector is undergoing a surge of activity. When the commodities crash hit in 2015, it hit the…
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    23 Jan
  3. Crushing comminution: decarbonising mining’s biggest energy user

    Great strides have been made in many aspects of the mining sector to reduce emissions with the development of  electric…
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    14 Jan
  4. A look inside the African Minerals Development Centre

    In 2009, the member states of the African Union announced the African Mining Vision (AMV), a continental framework for the…
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    9 Jan
  5. The final shape of South Africa’s new mining charter

    It has taken two years, multiple drafts, and a court case, but the South African mining charter has finally been…
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    17 Dec
  6. South Africa’s new mining precinct: supporting local innovation

    On 14 September, South African Minister for Mineral resources Gwede Mantashe and Minister of Science and Technology Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane officially…
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    20 Nov
  7. Mines and batteries: a perfect match?

    Sotkamo, in the north east of Finland, has given the go ahead for a building permit for state-owned Terrafame to…
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    30 Oct
  8. Cracking the lithium triangle: will new legislation open the gates for Peru?

    Chile is one of the biggest lithium producers in the world accounting for 14,100 million tonnes (mt) in 2017. Argentina…
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    25 Oct
  9. Sizing up Syama: the world’s first fully automated mine

    The Syama mine in Mali was originally developed by BHP as an open cast gold mine in the 1980s, but…
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    22 Oct
  10. Could graphene batteries change the face of graphite mining?

    The lithium-ion (Li-ion) market it set to boom, as governments, companies and individuals turn to batteries for energy storage for…
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    19 Sep
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