A digitally-connected mine can improve jobsite safety and create a leaner, more efficient operation. But the enormity of the mining industry has led to a slower, and often fragmented, digital transformation. This week’s Blog takes a look at the digital divide and discusses the importance of bridging it.
The mining and quarrying industry brings together some of the most destructive forces affecting modern day machinery and equipment. This week’s Blog explores Belzona’s line of rapid-curing elastomeric solutions to the many treats posed by the mining environment, from abrasion, corrosion, wear, impact, and chemical attacks.
Pure Gold Mining recently released the results of a Feasibility Study on the Madsen Red Lake Gold Deposit that projects a long-life, high-margin mine with low initial capital requirements and a fast timeline to production. This week’s Blog takes a closer look that the results of that study and gives you a glimpse into the future of Ontario’s next gold mine.
When your resource-based economy hands you lemons… you make Lithium. In the wake of the challenges currently facing the Canadian oil industry in regard to blocked pipelines and tumbling prices, there comes a need to find innovative new ways to diversify Canada’s extractive economy and become more proactive in these changing times.
This week’s Blog takes a look at the work being done by MXG Minerals in transforming the wastewater produced by oil and gas extraction into an entirely new commodity – Petrolithium .
The stars seem to be aligning for the Madsen Gold Project in Ontario; a definitive feasibility study should be complete Q4 2018, economics are improving, existing infrastructure is in place, and baseline work to update key permits held by Pure Gold are underway. Learn more in this week’s Blog!
The latest Blog, contributed by McCue Engineering Contractors, showcases new research on metals precipitation performance that could benefit environmental assessment work at mine sites globally.
As engineers look to create new products, they have to look at mechanical and structural innovations, as well as material innovations, and how those innovations can be leveraged specifically for the mining industry. One such example is in the gas detection equipment that miners use as critical safety gear each and every day.
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