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Potash Mining in New Mexico sponsored by Mintec

  • 10 Jun 2009
  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • El Parador Restaurant, 2744 E. Broadway, Tucson (south side of Broadway between Tucson Blvd. & Country Club Rd.)

Registration


You must make individual reservations for each guest you wish to attend. Please include full spelling for the first and last names as well as the company or organization the individual will be representing. Thank You!
Registration is closed

RESERVATIONS DUE JUNE 8
Reservations are required Monday before the meeting.

  • Online:  www.smetucson.org then select Events Calendar, then click the Register button for the event.
  • Phone:  (520) 294-9861
  • Fax:  (520) 294-9865
  • Email:: imc@imctucson.com 
  • Phone, fax, and email support provided by Independent Mining Consultants

Include for EACH Person (badge will be printed as provided):

  1. First Name Spelled Out
  2. Last Name Spelled Out
  3. Company / Organization Spelled Out
COSTS
$20 members who pre-register
$25 non-members and all walk-ins

PROGRAM

Potash Mining in New Mexico with Dan Morehouse, Mine Engineering Superintendent, Mosaic Potash Carlsbad

Mosaic's Potash facility in Carlsbad operates one of the largest underground mines in the United States. This location mines two separate potassium minerals: sylvite and langbeinite. Mosaic Potash Carlsbad mines 25,000 tpd using continuous miners on 4 active mining levels. The underground workings are spread over 55 square miles of land, with over 3500 miles of tunneling completed since mining started in the basin in 1938. The ore lies between 450 and 1200 feet below the surface and is intersected by 7 vertical shafts.


SPONSOR:  Mintec


LOCATION

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On Broadway Between Country Club & Tucson
2744 E. Broadway Boulevard
Tucson, Arizona 85716
(520) 881-2744

Location Map

SME Tucson Section
PO Box 30456
Tucson, Arizona 85751
(520) 314-5066
smetucson@gmail.com
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