CIM Toronto Branch
The next CIM Toronto Branch events are on:
AEM challenges: The challenges
of maintaining agility and flexibility across the organization while pursuing growth.
Registration on the day, February 16: $65.00 Members $80.00 Non-Members $35.00 Students
Note: You must be a current 2017 CIM Toronto Branch Member to receive membership pricing which is separate from CIM National. Details on how to register are at the bottom of this page.
Pre-registration is strongly advised. The National Club will exert its best efforts to accommodate walk-in registrations. Cancellations must be emailed 48 hours prior to event. however
Topic: AEM challenges: The challenges of maintaining agility and flexibility across the organization while pursuing growth
Agnico Eagle (AEM) is a senior Canadian gold mining company that has produced precious metals since 1957. AEM’s eight mines are in Canada, Finland and Mexico, with exploration and development activities in these countries as well as in the United States and Sweden. AEM is focused on adding incremental production at its current mines through 2018 while advancing the Amaruq and Meliadine projects in Nunavut, which are expected to add significant production starting in 2019-2020. It is an enormous challenge to maintain a lean organization, develop a workforce, maintain results, and build new opportunities at low cost and on schedule either at an existing operation or a new deposit. To strengthen the business and realize the value of AEM’s assets, future projects will implement new technologies, fully capture synergies and strengthen optimization efforts. To deliver on this plan, it is crucial to focus on our experience to maintain the operational performance that will ensure the value of our assets, identifying and developing new technologies and tools that will support growth and maintaining a high level of technical skills and experience.
Speaker: Nancy Guay, Agnico Eagle Mines Limited's Senior Corporate Director Technical Services
Nancy has a Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering from Laval University with a focus on mineral processing. She has worked in the mining industry for nearly 25 years and has extensive technical and operational expertise. During her career, she acquired a strong operational back ground and engineering experience in process design, study management, commissioning, project management and consultation. Nancy currently leads Agnico Eagle Mines’ Technical Services. In her role, Nancy is responsible for providing technical leadership to operations and projects throughout the company. The emphasis is put on identifying ways to optimize the business practices and support projects development, as well as resolving technical challenges across the business. Prior to returning with Agnico Eagle, Nancy has worked in Australia with Coffey Mining and in Montreal for SNC-Lavalin as a consultant in processing, and on different projects as a project manager and specialist in processing. Her diverse experience also includes working in a large open pit iron ore operation (ArcelorMittal) as director of the processing plant and in gold and polymetallic mines with Cambior and Agnico Eagle in senior metallurgist roles and production supervision roles.
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