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U.S. rejects Keystone XL in current form, but TransCanada can resubmit
U.S. President Barack Obama rejected TransCanada's proposed $7-billion Keystone XL pipeline on Wednesday in a decision his Canadian counterpart greeted with ''profound disappointment.''
What does this mean for Canada's oilsands?

Petroleum, mining associations support Canada streamlining regulatory process
The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers and the Mining Association of Canada support Canada's call for regulatory reform to improve the federal government's project review process, which he described as ''slow, complex and cumbersome.''

Nexen invests $1M in Science and Technology Centre in Fort McMurray
Nexen Inc. is proud to invest $1 million over four years to support the implementation and development of a new Science and Technology Centre at a high school in Fort McMurray, Alta. Read about what will be learned there...

Finning to acquire portion of Bucyrus distribution business from Caterpillar
Finning International Inc. and Caterpillar Inc. have reached an agreement for Finning to acquire from Caterpillar the distribution and support business formerly operated by Bucyrus in portions of Western Canada, among other worldwide territories.
Learn more...

Alberta doubles 2011 health and safety penalties from previous year
Alberta courts sent a strong message in 2011 that workplace health and safety must not be compromised, doubling the penalty total collected in 2010 and implementing "creative sentences." Learn more about what Alberta's doing...

Mining education takes step forward with new MBA program
A Canadian university has launched a Masters of Business Administration specializing in Global Mining Management to develop and mentor the next generation of business leaders in the mining sector. Find out which university offers the program...

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Can You Dig It?
Advanced shovel-monitoring systems reduce downtime

By Enoch Chow
In mining, aggregate and other digging-related sectors, one of the common causes of shovel downtime is worn or missing shovel teeth or adaptors. A Canadian company, Motion Metrics, has developed two innovative condition monitoring monitoring solutions for companies looking to reduce downtime and prevent collisions.
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Chemical and abrasion-resistant epoxy
Henkel has introduced a two-part, sprayable ceramic coating designed to protect metal surfaces on industrial equipment from wear, abrasion and corrosion. more...

Eco-friendly absorbent pads
Oil Eater Naturals is a new line of eco-friendly absorbent pads, rolls and socks designed to provide a safer and cleaner workplace. more...

Brushless permanent magnet motors
NovaTorque Inc. has introduced its next generation design of 3 HP and 5 HP PremiumPlus+ motors. more...

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