SIRIUS MINERALS NORTH YORKSHIRE POLYHALITE PROJECT  lecture will be delivered by Mr Graham Clarke, Operations Director of Sirius Minerals, plc

This will take place at The Vic Philips Memorial Lecture, will be taking place this Thursday, 8th November, at 6.00pm in The Daphne Du Maurier Lecture Theatre A of the Penryn Campus, TR11 9FE.
Sirius Minerals are developing the largest, highest grade resource of polyhalite to be found anywhere in the world. The Woodsmith underground mine is situated in in the North York Moors National Park and will and will be connected to a handling facility on Teeside via a 37 kilometre-long underground mineral transport system. This talk will discuss the history, challenges, benefits and latest news from the project.
This talk will be followed by a light buffet.
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