Chinese Exploration Standards and Philosophy: Implications for outbound investment

Author(s): 
Matthew Greentree and Gavin Chan
Date: 
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
First presented: 
East Asia Symposium: Geology, Exploration Technologies and Mines, Bali, May 2013
Type: 
Presentation
Category: 
Geology

SRK Presentation at the Bali 2013 East Asia Symposium: Geology, Exploration Technologies and Mines, Indonesia, 27-29 May 2013.

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Gavin Chan

Gavin Chan has over nine years of academic and commercial experience in geosciences and has worked on alluvial and lode gold, base metals (Cu, Pb & Zn), iron ores, uranium, rare earths, evaporites (glauberite, phosphate & lithium and potassium brine), tin sands, manganese and molybdenum, across numerous deposit models in Australia, China, Indonesia, Niger, Sierra Leone, Cyprus and South Africa. Gavin has extensive experience in geological due diligence, valuation, fatal flaw and project analysis. His expertise also includes using a variety of GIS, Remote Sensing and 3D geological software packages (Leapfrog, GoCAD & GeoModeller, ArcGIS and MapInfo).

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