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. From Origin to Evolution: digitising mining with software specialist Maptek

    Mine planning is one of those vitally important but highly frustrating disciplines. The need to take into account geological data,…
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    14 Jun
  2. Searching for another Oyu Tolgoi: Mongolia’s big mining expansion

    Mongolia is a mineral-rich country boasting large copper, gold and coal deposits; however, until recently just 9.6% of its land…
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    9 May
  3. Sitting down with Cementation, winner of this year’s #DisruptMining award

    Bringing mined rock to the surface, traditionally a time and labour-intensive process, could become a lot easier thanks to Canadian…
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    8 May
  4. Amber mining: an industry trapped in time and tragedy

    Amber, or ‘Baltic gold’, is a fossilised resin prized for its beauty and often used in jewellery and decoration. The…
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    29 Mar
  5. Rock stars: the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame welcomes five new inductees

    In January, the 29th annual Canadian Mining Hall of Fame’s (CMHF) awards dinner took place in Toronto, welcoming five new…
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    27 Mar
  6. Why is illegal mining flourishing in Pakistan?

    Mining is a crucial industry in Pakistan, but one which faces a host of challenges. Regional and national governments are…
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    6 Feb
  7. Could a virus spell the end of acid rock drainage?

    Microbes are an intrinsic element of the mining process, bringing both beneficial and dangerous side-effects. Naturally occurring micro-organisms are inevitably…
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    5 Feb
  8. End of life: how are new technologies helping to shut down spent mines?

    The closure of a mine site is a highly complex process, involving the disposal of damaging waste and equipment, as…
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    30 Jan
  9. Terra CO2: Canadian start-up to neutralise mine acid waste

    Acid rock drainage is responsible for huge financial and environmental costs for miners but a Canada-based company may have found…
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    16 Jan
  10. A wealth of opportunity: Wealth Minerals CEO Henk Van Alphen talks lithium in Chile

    As demand for renewable energy grows, so does demand for reliable energy storage. This has led to a boom in…
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    12 Jan
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