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Dealing With Keystone Shutdown Effect: Norilsk Nickel’s Dual Fuel Consumption Strategy

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  The possibility of 40% replacement of diesel fuel with LNG. Resource Erectors has been keeping a close eye on the Keystone shutdown effect since the Biden administration terminated the essential domestic fuel supply pipeline project. This executive order can potentially triple the cost of traditional fossil fuels. Afterwards, thousands…
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Mining Jobs Take Priority Over Traditional Politics in the US Iron Belt

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6 mayors in Northern Minnesota, a state in the heart of the US Iron Belt, have broken the long-standing tradition of their fathers and grandfathers by abandoning the Democrats and the Biden presidential campaign. As the Democrats rush farther and farther to the left, mayors, traditional Democrat communities,  and industry…
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Mining Industry Hiring Trends For Engineering Professionals

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The Move From Engineer to General Manager Mining engineering professionals with 15+ years of operational experience are close to making the next step up the career ladder to General Manager positions. To make that move, professional engineering candidates at this high level should be prepared to tap into all of…
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Why Use Resource Erectors to Recruit the Best Talent in Mining and Engineering

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The costs you incur hiring niche management and technical personnel goes well beyond the financial expenses for flying top talent to your operations for an on-site interview. Your time – and your hiring team’s time – is precious. Tedious hours spent sorting through a barrage of mostly off-target resumes received from…
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3 Reasons to Submit Your Resume to Resource Erectors Instead of an Employer

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Applying for new jobs is stressful. It can feel like you’re not getting anywhere fast, especially if you never receive feedback. If you want to get your job search on the fast track, just sending your resume and application into the company’s system might not be enough. (more…)

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