Webinars: Connect and learn with our experts

April 22, 2020

With many events and tradeshows cancelled, it's important (now more than ever) to stay connected and keep up to date on industry trends. Our experts are presenting at a variety of webinars over the next couple months, with topics across our strategic sectors of mining, energy, environment and ag/biotech.

Check back as we'll regularly update this list and provide links to recordings, where available. 

LIVE WEBINARS

  • November 10 at 12 p.m. EDT - Break the Code, Not the Rock: Using industrial computed tomography to characterize potash presented by Petro Nakutnyy, hosted by CIM Magazine | Registration coming soon 
  • December 1 at 1 p.m. EDT Slurry 101 for the Potash Industry presented by Ryan Spelay, hosted by CIM Magazine as part of the Potash Webinar Series | Registration coming soon

On-Demand Webinars

  • Our four-part Diamond Webinar Series with CIM is now available on demand for you to watch anytime, anywhere.  
  • Polymer Flood Design in Heavy Oil Fields: Best Practices presented by Petro Nakutnyy, hosted by the Global Energy Show | Watch
  • How to address the challenges of complicated mineralogy and high clay issues in potash processing presented by Jack Zhang, hosted by CIM Magazine | Watch
  • How to Design Successful Heavy Oil Processes: Important Considerations presented by Muhammad Imran, hosted by the Society of Petroleum Engineers, Calgary | Watch
  • Unlocking Light and Tight Oil: Exploring its past, present and future presented by Petro Nakutnyy, hosted by the Society of Petroleum Engineers, Calgary | Watch
  • Northern Prairie Forests Integrated Regional Assessment: Vulnerability Assessment and Landscape Modelling presented by Mark Johnston and Sheri Andrews-Key, hosted by Climate Risk Institute | Watch
  • Alternative Fuels and Vehicles presented by Mike Sulatisky, hosted by the Saskatchewan Environmental Society as part of the Caring Sustainably for Saskatchewan Webinar Series | Watch
  • 24hr Global Muster for Future Processing | Video links coming soon
    • From solar ponds to sulphate of potash (SOPs): Processing advances for Australian ponds (Jack Zhang)
    • Computer tomography application for mineral characterization (Petro Nakutnyy)
    • Sensor-based sorting technology: Sensors, applications and benefits/disadvantages of this technology (Jane Danoczi)
  • Demonstration of a Utility-Scale Wind-Solar-Battery Hybrid presented by Ryan Jansen, hosted by the Saskatchewan Environmental Society as part of the Caring Sustainably for Saskatchewan Webinar Series | Watch
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