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Reporting and benchmarking resource projects: From exploration through to development (0.5 days)

DATE
Sunday, March 3, 2019
LOCATION
Room 717
Organizer: SRK Consulting (Australasia)
Time
Session
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Reporting and benchmarking resource projects: From exploration through to development (0.5 days)

Develop a simple framework for the balanced assessment and presentation of a resource project’s development status relative to similar projects.

This course discusses the risks and errors inherent in resource project information from exploration through to development. Presenters will examine the confidence in exploration results, resource and reserve estimations, and reporting; the interdependence of resource-to-reserve conversion assumptions and modifying factors; and the considerations associated with different technical-economic study types. Case studies will show attendees how to develop and use a simple framework to assess and summarize available project information and provide transparent and balanced reporting to stakeholders relying on technical reports and other company announcements. The course will include an interactive workshop session in which attendees can apply the framework concept.

This course will benefit technical and non-technical people involved in the reporting, interpretation, assessment, or valuation of mineral assets for developing projects.

PRESENTERS:
Mark Noppe, SRK Consulting (Australasia)
Mark Campodonic, SRK Consulting (UK)
Erik Ronald, SRK Consulting (Denver)
Cliff Revering, SRK Consulting (Vancouver)
Siri C. Genik, BRIDGE

LEVEL OF COMPREHENSION: ALL LEVELS

COURSE FEE: Includes course material, continental breakfast and refreshments

Rates:
Member $199.99 Non-member $239.99
Student $129.99
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