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  • The future of the mining industry and ESG

    In this webinar, our experts will discuss the future of ESG and mining and the steps needed to survive and thrive.

  • Mina Justa: Delivering a green-field copper project safely & reliably during a global pandemic

    Mina Justa Copper Project

  • Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Through Cost-Effective & Innovative Designs

    With a global push to reduce our carbon footprint and implement more effective environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG), Ausenco is leading environmentally conscious design solutions for the mining industry.

  • Why is everyone talking about ESG?

    Kevin Brady, Director of Sustainability Services shares how ESG performance is shifting expectations in the mining industry.

  • Carrapateena copper mine: Largest copper concentrator built in Australia’s recent history

    Carrapateena Copper Gold Mine

  • Sustainability

    Finding a better way to create a sustainable future.

  • In-situ groundwater remediation

    Groundwater represents 30% of the world’s fresh water. It is an important natural resource needed to maintain ecological balances and life on earth as well as playing a significant role in our economy.

  • Escondida Copper Mine: Oxide leach expansion project

    Escondida Copper Mine - Oxide Leach Expansion

  • Ausenco shares Environment, Social and Governance vision with release of 2020 Sustainability Report

    A commitment to the careful use of the world’s most precious resources, while supporting sustainable growth and balanced development.

  • Mantos Copper selects Ausenco for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of the Mantoverde Development Project

    A copper concentrator with capital-efficient design, reduced operating costs and lowered carbon emissions

  • Infographic: Find a better way to move your material from mine to market

  • End to End Data Management to Improve Asset Integrity and Reliability

    In this webinar, our experts discussed how data management can help make better decisions about infrastructure.

  • Ausenco welcomes Alexandra Almenara as new Vice President, Environment & Sustainability in South America

    We are delighted to announce the appointment of Alexandra Almenara as new Vice President, Environment & Sustainability in South America.

  • The link between location and value for battery metal refineries

    Thomas Mills, Process Engineer, explores some of the key questions project owners should ask when evaluating locations for hydrometallurgical battery refineries in North America.

  • Ausenco embraces Environment Week activities globally

    Congratulations to the team at Ausenco for participating in Environment Week activities around the globe as an extension of UN World Environment Day and the movement to “Beat Plastic Pollution”.

  • Hemmera named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2018

    Congratulations to the team at Hemmera, an Ausenco company, for being recognised as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2018 – a fantastic addition to their recent award as one of BC’s Top Employers.

  • How Ausenco's ingenuity brought home the Schreyer Award

    An interview with John Sherstobitoff, Principal, Seismic & Structures on winning the 2017 Canadian Consulting Engineers' (CCE) Schreyer Award for the Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel Project.

  • Numerical analysis of effect of mitigation measures on seismic performance of a liquefiable tailings dam foundation

    Paper presented at the Tailings and Mine Waste Conference, Vancouver, October 2015

  • Southern Alberta Wind Project

    Hemmera has engaged closely with AEP-FWS throughout the Project to support Project amendments to layout and technology throughout the permitting and approval process.

  • Involving the host community in your project

    Working collaboratively with those affected by the development of a renewable energy project is key to its success and can add value to the planning, construction, and operation phases for the owner.

  • Solving renewable energy wildlife challenges

    A key consideration in developing a renewable energy project is understanding its potential impact on wildlife and wildlife habitats.

  • Increasing renewable energy generation in Canada’s remote communities

    There is an ongoing effort to transition remote communities from diesel power to a mix of more renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, hydropower or biomass.