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NEWS:

Oil sands fuel Canadian crude oil production growth
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) continues to forecast significant growth in Canadian crude oil production over the next 15 years, driven largely by oil sands.
Read more for the forecasted numbers...

Labour shortages on horizon for oil & gas industry:
How many workers will we need in a decade?
The economy may be in a downturn but the oil and gas industry will feel the pinch of another labour shortage next year.
Find out how many workers will be needed over the next 10 years...

Caterpillar to produce full line of mining shovels, expand truck capacity
Caterpillar Inc. has announced investment of nearly $700 million that, over the next four years, will enhance the company's position in the global mining industry.
Get all the details on the new product lines...

Ontario completes blitz on mobile equipment hazards in mining
Ontario has focused on mobile equipment hazards in mines and mining operations in its ongoing effort to make Ontario workplaces safer.
Get details on the safety risks in the mining industry...

GE using nanotechnology to green the Alberta oil sands
IGE is partnering with the University of Alberta and Alberta Innovates Technology Futures on a $4-million CO2 capture project to reduce emissions associated with the extraction and upgrading process. Find out about the new technology...


PRODUCTS: Personal Protection

Self-retracting lifeline for fall protection
3M has introduced its new sealed retractable lifeline that helps resist the damaging effects of corrosion. more...

Polarized protective eyewear
Gateway Safety's new 4X4 Polarized is an ideal eye protection solution for outdoor workers who face significant glare. more...

Lightweight anti-vibration glove
Ergodyne today announced the addition of the ProFlex 9000 glove to the ProFlex Vibration Reducing Series. more...



DIGITAL EDITION:

Too Big to Fail: Predictive maintenance protects heavy-duty mobile assets

Plan Ahead: Lean safety means managing risks at all shutdown stages

Let's Work Together: Partnerships with outside providers key to resource sector's future


CALENDAR OF EVENTS:

MainTrain Ft. McMurray, Sept 15-17, Ft. McMurray, Alta.

MEMO 2010 — Maintenance Engineering / Mine Operators Conference, October 25-27, 2010, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario

Check out the Calendar of Events on the REM website for more upcoming industry seminars, conferences, shows and training sessions.

Got an event you want us to include on the website? Please send an e-mail to editor André Voshart: avoshart@clbmedia.ca.

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