A big challenge in diamond mine development: Diamond price estimation (ONLINE)

DATE
Tuesday, June 28, 2022
Determining rock value at the feasibility stage for diamond projects is more difficult than for most other commodities. For most deposits, per tonne rock value is determined using the grade and published commodity prices. For diamonds, every deposit has different diamond characteristics and therefore a different average diamond price. Expensive bulk sampling programs yielding thousands of carats and associated statistical analyses are required to estimate the price accurately. The talks in the session will explore various elements of the price estimation process. 
Chair: Brooke Clements, Craton Minerals & Jennifer Pell, Consultant, Vancouver & Pat Sheahan, Consultant, Toronto, Canada

Sponsored by
Teck Resources Limited

Time
Session
11:15 AM - 11:19 AM

Introduction to diamond price estimation: parameters and problems

11:19 AM - 11:37 AM

Building a diamond value model

11:37 AM - 11:55 AM

Reconciling maiden resource diamond size and value distributions to production data and the challenge of when to transition to new models, Karowe diamond mine Botswana

11:55 AM - 12:15 PM

Why is diamond price estimation so difficult: How can we tighten up the process?

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