Didipio Progress: A Mine Site Coverage
These are just a compilation of some photos taken during the mine site coverage of OceanaGold Philippines, Inc. at Brgy. Didipio, Nueva Vizcaya from 26 – 30 June 2017. More of this story will be discussed further by Paula Tolentino.
Didipio Progress: A glimpse of the Open Pit Mine at Brgy. Didipio Nueva Vizcaya
This video was shot right smack on the mouth of the open pit mine at Brgy. Didipio, the OceanaGold Mining Project. The scale and magnitude of what the human mind can achieve is awe-inspiring.
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SPOOF: How to epicly fail in wearing your PPEs
During an underground mine tour, our group was required to wear PPEs (Personal Protective Equipment). I had to finally ask help with wearing mine. This epic fail from my end was embarrassing and hilarious 🙂
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Professional Driller Alan Blackley of Quest Exploration Drilling (QED) celebrates more than 50 years in the mining business. He shares his professional insights and life lessons with fellow industry practitioners at the Philippine Mining Luncheon over at the Manila Polo Club.
Get a glimpse of his talk in this video clip –
For his full interview about the Philippine Mining Industry, grab a copy of The Philippine Resources Journal (Issue 2 2017) by Maria Paula Tolentino. Make sure to send her a tweet @misstolentino22
The Philippines is the largest consumer of electricity yet is a huge geothermal source which could answer and provide for its own energy needs. Worldwide, the Philippines ranks second to the United States in producing geothermal energy, with Mexico coming as third.
Leyte is one of the islands in the Philippines where the first geothermal power plant started its operations on July 1977. Other geothermal areas located in the Philippines include Bacon-Manito (BacMan), Makiling-Banahaw (MakBan), Mindanao, Palinpinon, Tiwi and Tongonan.