Not exactly, you would need a pretty impressive network to accomplish the "off-shoring" of mine operators. There are companies who have allowed the "off-shoring" from a fly-in-fly-out camp to a local/nearest city. This allows the operators to go to their families at the end of the shift, eliminates the need for hospitality on a remote base. This alone reduces costs. You will always need someone on site at the end of the day. Your theory won't be applicable for another 8-10 years.