Video: Costing the mine of the future means factoring in ESG considerations

As environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors have become essential to the success of new mining projects, these considerations are affecting both […]
Brad Terhune of Costmine speaks to Canadian Mining Journal’s Robert Seagraves at the Reimagine Mining Symposium. Credit: CMJ

As environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors have become essential to the success of new mining projects, these considerations are affecting both mine costs and the cost estimating process. At Canadian Mining Journal's Reimagine Mining Symposium on Oct. 13, Brad Terhune, senior geologist and cost analyst with Costmine, discussed how to incorporate both sustainability and profitability in mine costing.

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