The mining industry in North America is big business, employing 615,000 in the United States and close to 400,000 in Canada. The metals and mining industry had total revenues of $172.5 billion in 2020. And mining activities require substantial power to operate in the most productive manner.
How Diversity and Inclusion Will Meet the Challenges
An Energy Sector in Transition
The North American resource sector is a vital contributor to economic growth. It touches all our lives, whether we realize it or not. The resource sector is the incubator providing the necessities of modern-day life.
Town of Kirkland Lake, ON
A Northern Community with a Can-Do Attitude
Kirkland Lake, Ontario is a municipality of eight thousand people approximately six hundred kilometres north of Toronto and 241 kilometres to the northeast of North Bay in the Timiskaming District. It was incorporated as a town in 1972 and began with a gold mining history that reaches back to the early 1900s.
A Trusted Name in Delivering a Clean Safe Energy Source
Propane, a liquefied petroleum (LP) gas, has been an essential source of energy for over a century. What separates propane from other energy sources like gasoline, diesel, and electricity, are its portable convenience, efficiency, safety, affordability, abundance, and its reduced risks of spills and soil contamination. But perhaps more importantly, propane itself is not a greenhouse gas and, if accidentally released into the atmosphere before being burned, will not affect it – an important consideration when considering environmental impacts.
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