MONTHLY DISPOSITION REPORT – JULY 2020

Surface Materials Activity The last 30 days have seen a total of 23 applications directly related to surface materials. Over the last 90 days, there have been a total of 47 applications indicating that application activity has increased slightly when compared to the 3-month moving average. Download Full Report Oil & Gas Activity As for oil and gas activity in Alberta,... Continue Reading →

MONTHLY DISPOSITION REPORT – MAY 2020

Surface Materials Edition The last 30 days have seen a total of 13 applications directly related to surface materials. Over the last 90 days, there have been a total of 40 applications indicating that application activity has remained steady when compared to the 3-month moving average. Download Full Report Oil & Gas Activity As for oil and gas activity in Alberta,... Continue Reading →

MONTHLY DISPOSITION REPORT – APRIL 2020

Surface Materials Edition The last 30 days have seen a total of 14 applications directly related to surface materials. Over the last 90 days, there have been a total of 40 applications indicating that application activity has remained steady in the last month. Download Full Report Oil & Gas Activity As for oil and gas activity in Alberta, there was a base... Continue Reading →

MONTHLY DISPOSITION REPORT – MARCH 2020

Surface Materials Edition The last 30 days have seen a total of 18 applications directly related to surface materials. Over the last 90 days, there have been a total of 41 applications indicating that application activity has leveled out in the last month. Download Full Report New Additions To TerraMaps Find all the sites within... Continue Reading →

Stuck in Application Purgatory

Applications and Review Times By Janeen Ogloza From a quick glance at the graph below, and one can quickly see that there have been significant changes in the aggregate application process in the last 20 years. SOURCE: ALTALIS, 2019; ALBERTA GOVERNMENT, 2019 DATA COMPILED AND ASSESSED BY TERRASHIFT ENGINEERING LTD. Since the Surface Material Exploration... Continue Reading →

Upcoming CIM Presentation

The CIM Edmonton branch is pleased to present Paul Leveille, Project Engineer at TerraShift Engineering Ltd. He will be presenting “Remote Sensing and Data Analytics in Mining” at the University of Alberta Faculty Club on February 4, 2019. The presentation will focus on how these technologies can help the sand and gravel industry in Alberta locate new deposits.... Continue Reading →

Quarry Tech is Back!

Join other industry managers, consultants, and gravel pit owners in Vancouver on March 6th, 2019 Quarry Tech is a one-day forum exclusively for quarry and pit owners and operators that will offer attendees case studies and panel sessions presented by industry experts covering a wide variety of topics including simple, effective aggregate automation; measuring for... Continue Reading →

CAP Levy Maximum on the Rise for Alberta

The Alberta Sand & Gravel Association (ASGA) announced on Dec. 6, 2017 the maximum that municipalities in Alberta may charge in the Community Aggregate Payment (CAP) Levy will be increasing from $0.25/tonne to $0.40/tonne beginning on January 1, 2018. If you have questions, the ASGA asks you to please contact the ASGA through John Ashton... Continue Reading →

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