Edumine Launched New Course on Blasting

Edumine has just launched a new course called “Introduction to Blasting” presented by Anthony Konya who is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AcademyBlasting.com. This course takes a modern approach to learning and is divided into short video modules with questions following each lesson to reinforce key concepts. Blasting has completely changed in the…

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CostMine analysts investigate 4 rules of thumb using conveyor costs

Rules of thumb are often used in the mining industry as methods of providing approximate answers for different portions of mining activities. But do these “rules” work? Are they outdated? To answer these questions, Costmine decided to focus on conveyor costs and the associated rules of thumb widely used in underground mining. They intend to…

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Costmine relaunches services on new website

Costmine, the leading global mining cost service, has launched its new website.  The new costmine.com improves access to cost estimation data and software. It features streamlined navigation and enhanced accessibility.  “The new design provides a better experience for all visitors, from mining companies to geologists, engineers, purchasing agents, consultants, government agencies, advisors and industry suppliers,” said Jennifer Leinart,…

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16 Best Practices for Upskilling Your Team

Mining is facing a critical skills shortage which is threatening a lot of companies. A shortage of skilled workers has been a major concern for the industry for quite some time. Not enough qualified entrants are coming into the industry and experienced people are leaving along with their knowledge. With the age gap widening it…

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Executives deliver fresh analysis of global oil demand

A fresh analysis of future oil demand has been delivered by Glacier senior managers to audiences globally and in Canada. Analysts with Evaluate Energy and the Daily Oil Bulletin co-created a Covid-19 demand forecast, taking into account a range of evolving political, social and economic factors. Further details are available here:https://www2.jwnenergy.com/evaluate-energy-covid-19-petroleum-demand-tool This content has been…

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Edumine Launches New Distance Learning Course

As a direct result of the impact of COVID-19, Edumine, along with The Imperial College Centre for Continuing Professional Development is launching its well established “Valuation of Mineral Projects Based on Technical and Financial Modelling” as a distance learning initiative covering both technical appraisal and financial evaluation of mineral projects. The course will run from June 22nd to June…

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The Northern Miner’s Canadian Mining Symposium is going virtual

After three successful years at Canada House in London, England, this year’s event from June 16 to June 18 will be digital — expanding its reach to mining executives and investors around the world. The virtual conference, presented by The Northern Miner, will feature Sean Boyd, president and CEO of Agnico Eagle Mines, Don Lindsay, CEO of…

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Released today: New forecast of COVID-19 impact on petroleum demand in key markets

The first global petroleum demand model created by the Evaluate Energy team to forecast the COVID-19 impact on markets has been published today. Key analysis includes the extent to which demand in the United States, China, Europe and Canada continues to decline and the pace of recovery. Evaluate Energy forecasts that global petroleum demand will…

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Evaluate Energy launches global petroleum demand model to forecast COVID-19 impact on markets

Evaluate Energy, Glacier Resource Innovation Group’s leading provider of essential data to Oil & Gas and Renewable Energy markets, is launching a new forecasting tool to assess the impact of COVID-19 on global petroleum demand. Evaluate Energy forecasts that global petroleum demand will drop to a low of 64.8 million barrels a day in June 2020, from a…

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Hedging contract data vital as oil price struggles

For the first time since 2009, global oil demand is expected to fall year-on-year, says a new report from the International Energy Agency. The IEA’s base case forecast sees demand drop 1.1 mb/d for 2020, due to the massive hit from coronavirus on transport and global economic activity.  Our team at Evaluate Energy, in London,…

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