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'Electric fleets now make more sense economically': Foran CEO

Foran Mining aims to go all-electric with its mining fleet as it aims to build Canada’s first carbon-neutral copper mine at the McIlvenna Bay volcanic massive sulphide project in Saskatchewan, CEO Dan Myerson has told Mining Magazine.

Foran Mining's McIlvenna Bay project in Saskatchewan, Canada

Foran Mining's McIlvenna Bay project in Saskatchewan, Canada

The operation will benefit from a hydroelectric power matrix which means it will have negligible scope 2 emissions, and it is working with three key vehicle OEMs to source electric haul trucks for a mine...

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