Key Market
Mining

Wood’s deep expertise and forward thinking helps clients responsibly provide the metals and minerals needed for a sustainable future

Road to zero carbon

Mining plays a critical role in the road to zero carbon. As industries shift to lower carbon technologies to address climate change, demand is expected to increase for the mined materials needed to power our modern world - from solar panels and wind turbines to electric vehicles, mobile phones and laptops. Balancing growth in production with growing stakeholder focus on the environment and climate requires a more resilient mining industry.

Wood’s deep expertise and forward thinking helps clients navigate change and provides solutions across the complete asset lifecycle, responsibly enabling this sector to provide the metals and minerals needed for a sustainable future.

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Mike Woloschuk
Global Technical Leader for Mineral Processing   
David Bleiker
Global Mining Sector Leader, Environment & Infrastructure           
Greg Gosson
Technical Director, Geology & Compliance 
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