Exploration

Author(s): 
Matthew Greentree and Gavin Chan
Category: 
Geology

SRK Presentation at the Bali 2013 East Asia Symposium: Geology, Exploration Technologies and Mines, Indonesia, 27-29 May 2013. Read more... about Chinese Exploration Standards and Philosophy: Implications for outbound investment

Author(s): 
Henri Sanguinetti, Tiemogo Mahaman, Ibrahim Awouami, Daniel Guibal, Robert Bowell and Peter Gleeson
Category: 
Geology

GoviEx is a private exploration and development company with 10 tenements totaling approximately 5,000 km² of exploration ground in Niger, the world’s sixth largest uranium producer. As of August 2012, GoviEx’s properties contained more than 121 million pounds of NI 43-101-compliant uranium Read more... about The Miriam case: A new type of uranium deposit within the Carboniferous sandstone-hosted Uranium Mineralisation of the Arlit Agadez province, Tim Mersoi Basin, Niger

Author(s): 
Bert De Waele and Jason Beltran
Category: 
CAD/GIS, Geology

Geological (Structural) mapping and data collection in the field form fundamental components of any effective exploration programme, regardless of commodity, mineralisation style or geological setting. The early adoption of effective mapping and field data collection strategies, from regional/ Read more... about The Digital Mapping Revolution: How to get the best of data capture in the field

Author(s): 
Bert De Waele, Peter Williams, Gavin Chan
Category: 
Geology

 

Ore deposits occur in a wide range of tectonic settings, and are highly variable in their local characteristics. In this paper, we focus on the distribution of copper and gold deposits in the Southeast Asia region, and investigate large-scale plate-tectonic controls on the distribution Read more... about Tectonic controls on the distribution of large copper and gold deposits in Southeast Asia to identify productive and non-productive structures

Author(s): 
Bert De Waele, Mathieu Lacorde and Justin Rivers
Category: 
Geology
The Congo Craton outcrops in Cameroon,Gabon and in the Republic of Congo where it is dominantly comprised of ArchaeanTonalite-Trondhjemite-Granodiorite (TTG) gneisses ranging ~3100–2800Ma. The northern portion is known as the NtemComplex, in Cameroon, and the southern portion as the East
Author(s): 
Mathew Davies, Christopher Woodfull, Peter Stuart-Smith
Category: 
Geology

SK Networks Resources Ltd (SK) is currently exploring beneath shallow cover sequences within greenfield mineral tenure in the Southern Georgina Basin. A geological model has been developed of the Mt Whelan area highlighting two distinct geological domains separated by the Pippagitta Fault: 1) a Read more... about New SEDEX and MVT Provinces discovered under shallow cover in the Southern Georgina Basin

Author(s): 
Mark Noppé
Category: 
Project Evaluation

Investors and other stakeholders assessing the risk, opportunity and relative value associated with a resource project need to appreciate the project in its correct context. Errors, omissions, biased reporting or conflicting information in project reporting may lead to a misinterpretation of Read more... about A Framework for Presenting and Benchmarking Resource Projects

Author(s): 
Sergei Sabanov
Category: 
Mining

SRK ES is currently involved in directing and designing Oil Shale exploration in North America and the Middle East and has qualified professionals with extensive experience in working with Oil Shale and other stratiform deposits.
 

SRK ES has the added advantage of being able to Read more... about Oil Shale Benefication Considerations

Author(s): 
Tim Donahoe
Category: 
Water Management

Integration of multiple characterization programs may require greater investment but such investment adds considerable value Read more... about Integrated Approach to Water Resource Characterization for Mineral Exploration Projects

Author(s): 
K Sheerin
Category: 
Other

Unless you have been living under a rock, you will undoubtedly be aware the Australian mining industry is currently doing it tough. Since late 2012, global commodity prices have fallen, average salaries havedecreased and geologist unemployment has risen sharply. This downturn is nothing abnormal, albeit a more severe version than seen in recent memory. Mining is a boom and bust industry. The high salaries of four years ago were associated with a lack of experienced geologists, fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) rosters and long-term employment uncertainty. Current salaries are reflective of an oversupply of geologists, lack of investment and market uncertainty. Read more... about Employment Longevity in the Mining Industry – A Perspective for New Mining Graduates

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