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EYEBROW

29 September 2017
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EYEBROW

26 September 2017

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NUM platinum belt branch chairperson shot

Shooting is the latest incident in violent rivalry between unions

Environmental regulator calls for Pascua-Lama closure

Barrick to continue underground mine optimisation studies

ERG opens two bauxite mines

The former ENRC expands Kazakhstan alumina feed

Corvus' Mother Lode gets bigger

Maiden resource estimate due in mid-2018

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SEG 2017 Conference, Ore Deposits of Asia: China and Beyond

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Mining's real beauty contest

Smart investors – and there were a few on this panel – are increasingly being drawn to companies with the best “social” skills, as well as the usual high project delivery and operating standards, in a world presenting explorers and mine developers with far more complex risk mitigation challenges.

Mine Risk Management > Events-coverage

Mining's real beauty contest

Smart investors – and there were a few on this panel – are increasingly being drawn to companies with the best “social” skills, as well as the usual high project delivery and operating standards, in a world presenting explorers and mine developers with far more complex risk mitigation challenges.

Mining's real beauty contest

PDAC panel (left to right): Randy Smallwood, Don Charter, Eira Thomas and Rick Rule

Lucara Diamond Corp founder Eira Thomas, Sprott US Investors president Rick Rule, Silver Wheaton chief Randy Smallwood, and IAMGOLD chairman Don Charter all agreed they, and investors generally, would continue to "follow the rocks", increasingly into the world's relatively under-explored ‘frontier' jurisdictions. But a lot of the capital embedded in projects and mines - mining companies - over much longer periods would continue to assess risk in a far more nuanced and sophisticated way than in the past, they said.