After more than ten years since the Bre-X scandal that shook the mining world, are the risks associated with the geology of a Mineral Resources still being overlooked?
Reporting codes such as JORC, CIM and SAMREC have attempted to prevent such a scandal from happening again by qualifying the risks associated with projects within a standardized framework. However, more recent project examples show how geological and Mineral Resource risk still have a significant impact on the industry.
Over the past decade, companies have seen share prices collapse on the back of erroneous Mineral Resource estimates, and mining companies fail when risk-reduction opportunities in the project life-cycle have been skipped.
In this lunch seminar and webinar, geological risk expert, Justin Glanvill will discuss:
- Some of the key sources of geological and Mineral Resource risk.
- The impact on projects through publicly recorded examples.
- How risk is qualified through the use of reporting codes.
- Potential future approaches to develop a more quantitative way of defining risk.
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About the presenter
Justin Glanvill is Geology Manager / Principal Geologist at AMC’s office in the UK and an expert in geologocal risk. His 19 years of experience as a minerals industry geologist have provided broad exposure to commodities and countries, including consulting and operational activities in exploration, underground and open pit production, technical software applications, resource evaluation and planning systems.
Justin is an experienced user of several technical software packages, including Datamine Studio, Mine2-4D, NPV Scheduler, Surfer, Grapher, Strater, Isatis and GSLIB.
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When: 8.30 – 9.30 | 6 March 2018
Where: Grotto Room, Marché Restaurant