You don't need to extract us and you won't find us in the ground, but we are the mining industry's greatest resource...

The earth conceals countless precious resources. The gas that we put into our cars, the dazzling diamonds we see on engagement rings, and the gravel road that we travel on all originate from the extraction of minerals and materials from the earth. Moose Mountain Technical Services is the gem of the mining industry.

With a large reserve of knowledge and experience, we equip our clients with the expertise needed to ensure that projects operate efficiently and are cost effective. We partner with companies all around the world in services ranging from early grassroots exploration and development, resource and reserve estimates, advanced planning and studies for mine proposals, to providing operational support and optimization studies for operating mines.

Services:

  • Geology & Exploration
  • Property Valuations
  • Due Diligence
  • Resource/Reserve Estimates
  • Mine Planning & Engineering
  • Production Schedule Optimization
  • Costing & Cash Flow
  • Sustainability
  • Environmental
  • Permitting and First Nations
  • Community Engagement
  • Metallurgy
  • Feasibility Studies
  • NI 43-101 Technical Reports
Projects

We provide a rich supply of technical service and support to companies worldwide to ensure that, together, we can make the most out of the earth’s resources.

All Projects

Northcliff
Tungsten, Molybdenum — In 2011, MMTS began work on the Sisson Tungsten‐Moly project in central New Brunswick, Canada. After positive results from the scoping study, MMTS was retained again in 2012 to continue…
Complex Coal Geology
Complex Coal — MMTS members have extensive experience in many complex coal projects around the world; particularly in British Columbia. We are recognized as experts in this field. MMTS supports world-class producing mines…
Michel Creek
Complex Coal — MMTS was retained in 2012 by CanAus Coal Ltd. Early studies included resource estimates developed from historical drilling programs, conceptual mining studies, and early economic models. The studies determine that…