10 Mining YouTube Channels You Need to Watch
YouTube is one of the best things to ever hit the internet. It has also been one of the better tools for the mining industry as companies can visually showcase operations, sustainable initiatives and future plans.
We break down the top 10 YouTube channels you have to watch right this minute.
10.) Newmont Mining
Newmont Mining is one of the largest mining companies in the world. The company is also one of the better YouTubers. The miner'svideo channel has been used in a variety of fun and informative ways from revealing new operations and programs to showcasing some of its largest initiatives in safety and social responsibility.
The National Mining Association is the voice for the American mining industry.From mining events, news and sustainable initiatives, the company has some of the best YouTube videos on the web.
Another association that makes our list is the NSW Minerals Council. As the leading mining association for New South Wales in Australia, the organization has one of the better YouTube channels in the industry. The channel showcases women in mining, new technological advances and updates for mining in Australia.
The International Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM) brings together 22 of the largest mining companies along with 32 of the most distinguish associations in the sector. With over 40 videos in their channel, the ICMM has found a great way of displaying a variety of workshops, sustainable programs and updates on the mining industry.
If there’s anything on gold you want to learn about or watch, the World Gold Council’s YouTube channel is the place to do so. With over 70 videos the council has found the perfect platform to update users on the price of gold, insight into the gold market and interviews with members of the council.
4.) Joy Global
As one of the largest manufacturers of mining equipment, Joy Global has a variety of YouTube channels for users to visit. The most popular, and visually stimulating, one of them all is the machinery channel.
3.) Sandvik Mining
The Sandvik YouTube channel makes machinery for the mining industry downright inspiring. The company has perfected the use of YouTube by utilizing the site to showcase their equipment and initiatives in a way that will make your jaw drop. Some of the videos look straight out of a sci-fi movie.
2.) Anglo American
As one of the largest diversified mining companies in the world, Anglo American sure knows how to use YouTube. The company’s YouTube channel is full of vibrant and exciting videos that stimulate users as well as educate them on new operations, initiatives and programs for communities in which they operate. If there’s one mining company’s YouTube page you need to watch, it’s Anglo American’s.
By far one of the best YouTube channels in the mining industry. With over 170 videos, the Cat Mining channel showcases some of the best videos the sector has to offer. From new equipment, to updates, to innovative videos displaying equipment in action, the company has mastered the use of YouTube and it clearly shows. Prepare to be amazed.
Deloitte predicts industry transformation - Tracking the Trends 2019 report
Deloitte has published the eleventh edition of its annual report on the mining industry. Tracking the Trends identifies the top ten trends transforming the future of mining in 2019
The Deloitte report endeavours to provide the mining industry with insights it can leverage to support its continued quest for productivity, capital discipline, strategic development and sustainable growth.
Philip Hopwood, Deloitte’s Global Leader - Mining & Metals, commented: “It appears that the mining industry is poised for greater growth than it’s seen in a decade, but today’s market realities are very different than those of the past. We’re now dealing with geopolitical tensions in the form of trade wars and tariff concerns, as well as looming asset shortages. Rising commodity prices should fuel expansion, but could also result in a return of inflation and the costs that go with it, eventually eating into margins.
Disruption and volatility has become the new normal and the pace of change is outpacing our ability to adapt. This makes it imperative for mining companies to clarify how they plan to drive value into the future and how they intend to respond when prices inevitably drop again.”
Here are the key messages provided by the 2019 report:
- Disruption and volatilitymake it imperative for mining companies to clarify how they plan to drive value into the future and how they intend to respond when prices inevitably drop again. To thrive into the future, mining companies will need to challenge the status quo by soliciting a diversity of opinions and taking the risk to do things differently.
- Technology and artificial intelligence (AI) will play a key role, not only in helping companies envision future scenarios, but in identifying risks at an enterprise level and transforming the supply chain. Moreover, advances in finance platforms, sensor technology, autonomous vehicles, cloud- based solutions, and analytics are paving the way for the design of a digital mine.
- Understanding the needs and perceptions of people both inside and outside the organization will be critical. Companies must build a more diverse workplace and address succession planning, while fostering loyalty and retention among existing employees. At the same time companies must do more outreach to local communities, governments, and consumers so they can be more transparent and receptive.
Top Ten Trends Transforming the Future of Mining:
- Rethinking mining strategy - Embedding the discipline to deliver measurable value across the cycle
- The frontier of analytics and artifcial intelligence- Moving up the maturity curve
- Managing risk in the digital era - Exploring a new approach to controls and risk management
- Digitizing the supply chain - Why innovation requires integration
- Driving sustainable shared social outcomes - Finding value beyond compliance
- Exploring the water-energy nexus - Making the case for a systematic approach
- Decoding capital projects - Learning from past mistakes
- Reimagining work, workers, and the workplace - A blueprint for the future
- Operationalising diversity and inclusion programs - From theory to practice
- Demanding provenance- EVs and battery minerals provoke the desire for provenance