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AME Roundup innovates as exploration interest grows

The annual exploration pilgrimage to Vancouver for Roundup, organised by the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia, on 22-25 January at the Vancouver Convention Centre West, is shaping up to be the second largest in the event’s history with some 6,500-7,000-people expected.

Paul Harris

Exploration / Development > Events-coverage

AME Roundup innovates as exploration interest grows

The annual exploration pilgrimage to Vancouver for Roundup, organised by the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia, on 22-25 January at the Vancouver Convention Centre West, is shaping up to be the second largest in the event’s history with some 6,500-7,000-people expected.

Paul Harris

AME Roundup innovates as exploration interest grows

Roundup 2018

Under a strap line of a "new generation of discovery" the event kicks off with a keynote presentation from Kelvin Dushnisky, president of Barrick Gold (CN:ABX), that could well set the tone for how 2018 unfolds for the gold sector. In addition to drawing on perspectives gained by presiding over the world's largest gold producer— expecting 2017 production of 5.3-5.6 million ounces—Dushnisky also represents Barrick at the World Gold Council and the International Council on Mining and Metals, and is a member of the International Advisory Board of the Shanghai Gold Exchange and the Accenture Global Mining Executive Council.