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Bits&Bytes Drilling for Innovation
The “BITS & BYTES, Drilling for Innovation” webinar series is an inclusive platform for the mining community to view the world through the lens of diverse people and advancing sectors from all around the world. We host challenging thought leaders, invite experts from fast developing technology sectors and drill down into the realm of adoption. In a signature style, Nathan Stubina, Cheryl Hart and Jan Smit bring unique viewpoints and live interactive conversations, providing the mining community a vision for the next wave of  possibilities.

About Sherritt

Sherritt International

Sherritt International is a world leader in the mining and refining of nickel and cobalt – metals essential for the growing adoption of electric vehicles. Its Technologies Group creates innovative, proprietary solutions for natural resource-based industries around the world to improve environmental performance and increase economic value. The Corporation has embarked on a multi-pronged growth strategy focused on expanding nickel and cobalt production by up to 20% from its 2021 totals and extending the life of mine at Moa beyond 2040. Sherritt is also the largest independent energy producer in Cuba.

Sherritt’s common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “S”.

About Sherritt Technologies

Sherritt Technologies

Sherritt Technologies is a recognized world leader and pioneer in the development and application of pressure hydrometallurgy for the mining industry, a respected provider of technical services and an incubator of industry solutions. Sherritt Technologies’ focus is on providing proprietary solutions to natural resource-based industries that can be commercialized to improve operational performance and product quality, reduce carbon emissions, and improve profitability. Our innovation pipeline is an efficient vehicle for rapidly evaluating new ideas and making next-generation mining and processing more economically viable and more sustainable, as well as developing project opportunities for the generation of battery-grade nickel and cobalt products from lateritic ores.