WSP Canada and Deloitte conducted a study to evaluate the technical and economic potential for renewable natural gas (RNG) production in Québec between now and 2030. This study, which was requested by Énergir, was overseen by a steering committee of key industry players; including the Chair in Energy Sector Management – HEC Montréal, the Conseil de l'industrie forestière du Québec, Énergir, RECYC-QUÉBEC and the Union des producteurs agricoles.
First Energy Metals Ltd. plans to carry out a drill program at its Phyllis Cobalt Property in Ontario.
Ballard Power Systems today has received a purchase order from Porterbrook Leasing Company Limited for an FCveloCity-HD fuel cell module and related support to power a HydroFLEX train in the U.K.
CellCube Energy Storage Systems Inc., announced appointment of Stefan Schauss to the Board of Directors.
Anton Jelic has been named as Chief Financial Officer by Polaris Infrastructure Inc., a Toronto-based company that deals with operation, acquisition and development of renewable energy projects in Latin America.
The Canadian Truck King Challenge (CTKC) celebrated its 12th anniversary by crowning the 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali as its champion. Sierra beat out five other challengers for the crown, marking the first time that General Motors has won in the half-ton (1500) category. Previously, GM has won the title in the heavy-duty (HD) category, including winning the challenge in 2018 with the Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD.
Petrotranz Inc., named Dallas M. Smith as Chief Executive Officer, replacing Paul Johnson.
Rio Tinto with the Cheslatta Carrier and Haisla First Nations, celebrated launch of tl'ughus tunnel boring machine, a key milestone in completing the Kemano Second Tunnel project.
Fordia Group Inc., joins the Epiroc team. Fordia becomes part of the Rock Drilling Tools division of the Stockholm-based company, the Fordia brand, along with its team and current network will be leveraged. Fordia will continue to offer its solutions dedicated to improving the performance of its customers.
ArcelorMittal Mining Canada G. P. announced that Pierre Lapointe is stepping down as CEO with immediate effect. Jean Ouellet, currently COO, ArcelorMittal assumes the role of CEO on an interim basis, in addition to the position he currently holds.