CEMI Helps Solve Mining Industry Challenges
CEMI, Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation, is Canada’s expert in mining innovation. We deliver commercially viable innovations to improve heat & rock stress, mine productivity, safety, ore discovery and environmental performance.
Our systematic approach ensures innovations can be implemented and are economically feasible. We help mining companies achieve better operational performance for a faster return on investment.
CEMI (Canada) and Gupex (Norway) sign Mining Innovation Commercialization Engagement
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada August 15, 2019 – Canada’s Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (…Read More
The Global Climate Crisis and Mining Innovation.
Climate change is real. Most of us accept it causes extreme weather events and agree that the rapid …Read More
Cloud Peak Energy accepts bid from Navajo Transitional Energy Co.
Cloud Peak Energy Corp has accepted a bid from Navajo Transitional Energy Co to buy...Read More
BLM approves two phosphate mines in Idaho
The US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has approved the Caldwell Canyon Mine project in Idaho The...Read More
UDMN 2.0 – Webinar – How to Participate?
Date: Tuesday, March 20-2018 2:00 pm EST to 3:00 pm EST Webinar Video The mining sector has challeng…Watch Video
Mark Cutifani, CEO Anglo American on the importance of Mining Innovation
CEMI celebrates turning 10 years old at PDAC. Mark Cutifani, CEO, Anglo American and one of CEMI fou…Watch Video
CEMI’s 5 Areas of Strategic Focus
At CEMI, successful mining innovation is only achieved through the development of technical innovations and market acceptance of the innovations. Our work focuses of 4 strategic technical areas in mining: Ore Discovery, Heat & Rock Stress within deep mines, Mine Productivity, and managing the Environmental Impact of mining. CEMI’s 5 th area of focus is operational acceptance. This ensures the commercial viability of mining innovations.
Connor Spollen, Vice President, North Atlantic Projects, Vale.
Mark Cutifani, CEO, Anglo American
Nigel Smith, Director, SNOLAB
Roger Emdin, Chair of the Board, Vice President Projects, Harte Gold