The cure for “go fever”

Roy Slack

There is always the temptation to get a project off the ground quickly in order to finish as soon as possible. But without proper preparation, this can have dire consequences

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Pressure cooking carbon

Joel Barde

University of British Columbia researchers conduct carbon sequestration study at Hard Creek Nickel's Turnagain property


The bacteria below

Christopher Pollon

Peter Winterburn of UBC explains how the industry could use genomics for exploration


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Indigenous industry

Joel Barde

Partnership between Encanto and Muskowekwan First Nation may become Canada’s first on-reserve mine

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Energy storage solutions for the mining industry

David Forde

Interest in energy storage is on the rise, particularly in Ontario where high-power users face big penalties for drawing over their one megawatt limit. David Forde of Eco-H Technologies offers miners some work-arounds using energy storage.

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A quantitative approach to project assessment

Mohan Srivastava

"The mining industry likes to speak with certainty, " says Mohan Srivastava, VP of TriStar Gold, and when it comes to resource reporting that means what is stated is almost certainly wrong. The geostatistician proposes another way of imagining a gold project.