Posted by Daniel Gleeson on seventh April 2021
EY Canada has introduced the launch of an EY Americas Mining and Metals Centre of Excellence that, it says, will supply corporations throughout the Americas entry to cutting-edge providers and innovation-led options that meet probably the most urgent wants of mining and metals companies, in the present day and sooner or later.
“Put up-COVID-19 investments in infrastructure, mixed with demand to maintain the power transition, will drive vital progress within the mining and metals sector over the following three to 5 years,” Theo Yameogo, EY Americas Mining and Metals Chief and the person main the centre’s cost, mentioned. “However capitalising on these alternatives goes to require a significant pivot – and we wish to be there to help corporations as they navigate the trail ahead. Whereas working cross-collaboratively with our colleagues within the Americas to mix our enterprise and technical experience with rising applied sciences, the centre will floor us beneath one unified imaginative and prescient to assist corporations drive significant and long-term progress.”
Powered by EY wavespaceTM, the centre’s built-in, business-led and technology-enabled strategy will, EY says, help the expansion ambitions of mining and metals corporations by specializing in 4 key areas:
- Technical experience: bringing superior data and understanding of the distinctive enterprise panorama, together with reserves and sources, mine planning and tailings administration;
- Digital transformation: connecting the dots to hyperlink investments to worth realisation by means of strategic roadmaps, prioritisation of initiatives and disciplined execution;
- Operations administration: enhancing effectivity and productiveness in operations by means of data-driven diagnostics, tradition uplift and built-in planning and execution; and
- Decarbonisation and ESG: supporting adoption of carbon footprint analytics, larger power optimisation and elevated well being and security.
Jad Shimaly, EY Canada Chairman and CEO, mentioned: “The mining and metals business is an integral a part of our Canadian material, and is poised to be an rising contributor to job and financial restoration shifting ahead.
“We’re excited the centre will enable us to play a job in enabling Canada’s journey within the power transition, whereas supporting mining and metals corporations as they appear to develop modern and sustainable options that ship long-term worth for stakeholders.”
The primary Americas Mining and Metals Centre of Excellence can be hosted in Canada, with a further location working in Latin America later this 12 months, in accordance with the corporate.