Exploration

Author(s): 
John Paul Hunt
Category: 
Geology

SRK Exploration Services has appointed John Paul Hunt as its local manager, representing the Cardiff-based company in close collaboration with the SRK Consulting (SA) office in Johannesburg.

John Paul has joined SRK Exploration Services from the Read more... about New southern Africa head for SRK Exploration Services

Author(s): 
Vis Reddy
Category: 
Hydrogeology, Mining, Civil Engineering, Water Management, Environmental/Social

Beginning life in 1974 as geotechnical specialists, SRK Consulting focused largely on the mining sector in its early years; it was not long, however, before it expanded into civil engineering work – and established a sister company by 1981 to operate in this field. Since then Read more... about SRK’s wide expertise now serving all economic sectors

Author(s): 
John Paul Hunt, Andrew van Zyl interviewed by moneyweb.co.za
Category: 
Mining

According to figures released by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) at the Mining Indaba, South Africa’s spending on exploration is “the lowest among leading mining countries”. Between 2009 and 2017 South Africa’s share of the global exploration budget fell from 1.6% to 1.1%. Read more... about What is needed to encourage exploration in SA?

Author(s): 
Andrew van Zyl, Hennie Theart, Marcin Wertz, Mark Noppe, Karen Lloyd, Martin Pittuck
Category: 
Mining
Author(s): 
Tracy Hancock
Category: 
Mining

The impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the minerals industry has not yet played out, but South Africa’s, and the world’s, ability to generate massive amounts of data and integrate and use them will undoubtedly improve, leading to an acceleration in mineral exploration in the future, Read more... about Tech Advances Poised to Shorten Prospecting to Development Timelines

Author(s): 
Wayne Barnett, Michael Stubley, Casey Hetman, Ron Uken, Chris Hrkac, Tom McCandless
Category: 
Geology

The Kennady North Project kimberlites (Northwest Territories of Canada) comprises multiple shallow dipping dykes and several volcaniclastic bodies that have an unusual shallow plunging geometry and complex "pipe" shapes that are termed chonoliths. The detailed Read more... about Kelvin and Faraday kimberlite emplacement geometries and implications for subterranean magmatic processes

Author(s): 
Stuart Munroe & Michael Cunningham
Category: 
Geology
Author(s): 
Brian Luinstra
Category: 
Hydrogeology
 
Author(s): 
Jon Russill, Bill Kellaway
Category: 
Geology

Greenland has numerous gold showings, but only one has ever been mined. The Nalunaq Gold Mine in South Greenland opened in 2004 following the discovery of a gold-quartz vein in the Kirkspirdalen Valley 12 years earlier. The Nalunaq discovery, like all good exploration tales, was made at the very Read more... about Exploring Greenland's Gold Districts

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Exploration
SRK North America