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New Zealand investment showcase

Organizer: New Zealand
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: Room 205D

New Zealand Investment Showcase

Come and enjoy networking drinks and join the discussion on the mines and exploration potential of Zealandia, the world’s eighth continent. New Zealand is host to world-class gold deposits and offers highly prospective, under-explored regions for new mineral deposits, supported by high- quality datasets, in-country expertise, and a long mining tradition. Drilling results from the latest round of exploration demonstrate the significant gold potential around existing mines and in greenfield areas.

Learn about new pre-competitive data acquisition programmes by the New Zealand Government that are targeting new regions for mineral explorers.

Come and hear from explorers, international experts, Government officials and the New Zealand Geological Survey about how to unlock the potential of the country, and how to successfully do business in NZ.

2:00 pm The New Zealand Story: Doing Business in New Zealand
• NZ’s global rankings for business
• Navigating the business environment for exploration and mining

2:30 pm New Zealand’s Ore Deposits and Mineral Potential:
The continent of Zealandia: geology, mineral deposits and mineral potential Orogenic Gold Deposits of New Zealand and North America: A Comparison for Explorers by Jim Mortensen

3:30 pm Afternoon tea

3:45 pm An Explorer’s experience: Case studies of exploring NZ
• Recent exploration achievements
• Experience and insights about success in NZ’s mining sector

4:15 pm Commercial Opportunities
• Current government data investments
• Release of exciting new mineral studies and data acquisition

5:10 pm Networking drinks reception

Registration is preferred, but not required. For more information and to register, contact Zoe Stinson at [email protected]



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Exploration in the Andean countries: Legal framework and required permits

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