Career BUZZ M&E graphic.

Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in Mining & Energy—December 2 issue

Mining and Energy is pleased to present a snapshot of the top jobs available in the region.

Chris Montgomery

M&E goes one on one with Chris Montgomery

Mining and Energy introduces a new podcast series by getting a state-of-the-industry report on Alberta's oil and gas industry with CAPP manager Chris Montgomery

by Keith Powell
Picture of person holding rock hammer.
Mining Insider, Exploration, First Nations, Mines, British Columbia Barkerville Gold Mines enters into relationship agreement with Lhtako Dene First Nation

The Relationship Agreement establishes the foundation for a positive and mutually beneficial relationship between the two parties.

Picture collage of Salteau First Nations images.
Energy, British Columbia New LNG agreement with Saulteau First Nations

As part of the agreement, Saulteau First Nations will receive approximately $3.9 million in funding as construction related milestones are reached.

Mining and Energy magazine has selected 10 career opportunities from leading companies throughout western Canada to feature as our Top Jobs of the Week.

Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in Mining & Energy—November 18 issue

Mining and Energy is pleased to present a snapshot of the top jobs available in the region.

This aerial shot of Nelson Hydro's Bonnington generating station shows the clearcut where the solar garden has been built.
Energy, Sustainability & environment, British Columbia

A successful sunny garden

Nelson, B.C., grew a solar garden in a year and a half with the help of its citizens

by Virginia Rasch
Arctic field work north of 60.
Minerals, British Columbia

Rock Star: John Francis Hugh Thompson

With a diverse and dedicated mining career, John Thompson talks about his successes and changes in the industry

by Jessica Kirby
Dave Porter, CEO of First Nations Energy and Mining Council (FNEMC), with Gavin C. Dirom, president and CEO of the Association for Mineral Exploration, at AME’s The Gathering Place
Minerals, British Columbia

Association for Mineral Exploration polishes up its corporate identity

The Association for Mineral Exploration has rebranded by dropping "British Columbia"from its name and creating a new logo

by Peter Caulfield
Copper Mountain Mining Corporation's open-pit operation near Princeton, B.C., averaged 173,100 tonnes of material per day during the third quarter of 2016.
Mines, British Columbia

Copper Mountain records best quarterly results since start-up

Copper Mountain Mining Corporation has experienced strong sales and a favourable foreign exchange rate

by Peter Caulfield
Galena silver-lead-zinc.
Minerals, British Columbia

Well over a century and counting

Brian Mills and the Genex Mining Co. continue a family legacy of mining in Silverton, B.C.

by Galadriel Watson
Fastec Imaging’s TS5 High-Speed Camera’s slow-motion footage provides optimal analyzation of blasting operations.
Mines, Products & equipment, Technology

A troubleshooting tool

Fastec Imaging’s TS5 high-speed hand-held camera is the camera to record all your mining and blasting operations.

by Kyle Born
Ener-Core is commercializing its two-megawatt KG2-3GEF/PO Power Oxidizer, which can run on waste and low-quality gases from a wide variety of industries, with Siemens/Dresser-Rand.
Energy, Technology

Ener-core creates energy from low-BTU gas

Ener-Core is bringing environmental and revenue-generating possibilities to mining operations

by Jessica Kirby
The Pfisterer CrossPower System offers several benefits to remote mining locations, including lower energy costs and portability.
Energy, Technology

Are mini-grids the future of energy?

Pfisterer/THEnergy has released a portable solar and wind mini-grid to benefit remote mine sites.

by Jessica Kirby
The Hon. Sergio Marchi, president and CEO of the Canadian Electricity Association, spoke with chamber of commerce members, guests and media in Cranbrook, B.C., on October 19, 2016.

Boosting Canada’s power

The Hon. Sergio Marchi spoke in Cranbrook about the massive spending needed to update and expand Canada’s electricity infrastructure.

by Marie Milner
Nolinor Aviation rises up to overcome customers’ unique challenges.

Nolinor Aviation: Beyond expectation

Nolinor Aviation is changing the way miners get to the jobsite

by Kyle Born
Deborah Roberts has identified microbes responsible for acid-rock drainage at mine sites.
Technology, British Columbia

Acid-causing bacteria identified at UBC

Researchers at University of British Columbia (UBC) have isolated organisms causing acid-rock drainage in mining operations.

by Jessica Kirby
FilterBoxx's wastewater treatment plants use membrane bioreactor technology to meet environmental standards of water discharge at the mine site.
Sustainability & environment

Innovative technology takes on glacier climate and wins

FilterBoxx’s MBR wastewater treatment plants and sludge dewatering technology withstand climate of a mine site located on Knipple Glacier in British Columbia.

by Jillian Clark
BKT is able to pinpoint exact points where a company can increase operational efficiency by analyzing data from imagery such as this haul road map.
Products & equipment

SPOTech provides innovative tire solutions

SPOTech technology increases productivity through detailed truck analysis and innovative tire solutions.

by Jillian Clark