Blogs

C. Richard Donnelly

Power dams, climate change, and extreme events

C. Richard Donnelly | September 27, 2016
Warmer temperatures. Melting glaciers. More frequent and more violent storms. With shifting climates presenting competing and conflicting risks, we need to prepare now to protect and maintain our hydroelectric dam installations.
Sanjiv Save

Oil, gas, and the future of GTL

Sanjiv Save | September 7, 2016
In the last 10 years, shale gas production has exploded in North America. Shale oil has expanded in a big way, too. Can these two competing commodities continue to coexist?
Jan Kwak

Culture shift: automation in mining

Jan Kwak | August 9, 2016
There’s a change happening in mining, and it’s gaining ground and momentum. Get ready, because it’s going to revolutionize the way you think about and operate your business.
Jan Kwak

Relentless innovation in mining

Jan Kwak | April 25, 2016
Mining has traditionally been about economies of scale. Ever-bigger trucks, ever-faster machines, ever-deeper pits. But bigger-means-better doesn’t cut it anymore.
Bob Pell

Smart cities need a long-term view

Bob Pell | April 14, 2016
For cities facing the challenges of the future, being smart sometimes means being able to take a step back. Sometimes it means taking a longer-term view.