Evaluating Mineral Projects: Applications and

Designed to complement traditional engineering texts, this book emphasizes the concepts of mineral project evaluation rather than computational details. It describes various economic evaluation techniques typically employed (including conventional cost analysis, discounted cash flow, and option analysis), their uses, and their relationships with geological, technological, and financial evaluations.




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    Mineral Project Evaluation

    Developing a mineral project evaluation is like putting together a large puzzle where the pieces are held by different participants in different disciplines. While the math is important, what really matters is really matters is sourcing and understanding the data, risks, and assumptions that go into the cash flow.

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    Mineral potential evaluation section: index of reports

    125 rows · Their mineral potential evaluations are based on new scientific data from geological and …

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    MINERAL PROJECT EVALUATION

    In any mineral project the key areas of evaluation include exploration, geology, resources, reserves, mining, processing, infrastructure, hydrology, environment, capital and operating costs, economic analysis and risk evaluation. Risk is important in the assessment of a mineral project for …

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    Mining project evaluation process for investment decisions

    minerals such as coal, copper, uranium, iron ore, zinc, and nickel to support its manufacturing industries. For that reason, the Korean government established K

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    Economic Evaluation and Optimization of Mineral Projects

    The predominant economic evaluation technique for a mineral project, from pre-feasibility study stage to operating mine, is the discounted cash flow (DCF) method. A DCF evaluation will include a detailed year-by-year cash flow projection spanning the life of the mineral reserves plus the DCF metrics of net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR).

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    Valuation of Mineral Projects Based on Technical and

    The Valuation of Mineral Projects course is designed to address these issues. This course is for professionals with a basic to intermediate understanding of the principles of the accounting cash flow model that wish to gain expertise in quantitative finance in the context of mining.

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    A comparative study of valuation methodologies for mineral

    The value of a mineral project can be determined using a variety of valuation techniques and associated methodologies.

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    A Code for the valuation of mineral properties and

    mineral projects and properties, given the development of a Code for the Valuation of Mineral Properties, developed in Australia (the VALMIN Code), and a similar Code in Canada (the CIMVal Code).

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    Technical and Financial Evaluation of Mineral Projects

    Value Proposition: Our specialist programme on evaluation of mineral projects is designed to help participants to develop strategic approaches to evaluating projects at the prefeasibility stage. This programme aims to cover the underlying accountancy, financial and technical principles that apply to ...

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    Economic Evaluation Checklist Mineral Projects

    The correct interpretation of evaluation results will depend on all relevant information being included in the evaluation of the project. If specific items are included or excluded in the evaluation, these items should be noted clearly, right up front. An evaluation report should include a complete listing of all of the evaluation criteria. 1.

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    Evaluating Mineral Projects Google Books

    Evaluating Mineral Projects: Applications and Misconceptions. Whether youre an experienced evaluator of mineral projects, a student, or a decision maker who is not a practitioner but must use evaluation results, this new book is an essential reference for your bookshelf. Designed to complement traditional engineering texts,...

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    ESTIMATION OF MINERAL RESOURCES And MINERAL

    Nov 23, 2003 · The Mineral Resource model adopted for a project, whether computer based or not, should be appropriate for the size, grade distribution and geometry of the mineralized ones z being modeled. The model should be compatible with the anticipated mining and grade control methods and size and type of equipment.

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    VALUATION METHODOLOGIES FOR MINES AND MINERAL

    E.J. Malone, is a geologist with an MBA, who teaches mine and project evaluation at the University of New South Wales. His paper reviews the history of mineral valuation methodology. In the past, mineral valuations were based very largely on proved and probable reserves. Modern practice is to examine the potential for continued exploration to develop

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    Valuation Methods Mineral resources United Nations

    Valuation Methods of Mineral Resources 3 of 13 resources, highlighting the advantages, disadvantages and issues and limitations of each method. In the process, the other issues are also discussed/dealt with. Issues pertaining to the Valuation of Mineral Resources 8. Based on a survey conducted earlier by the Sub-Soil Assets Group on subsoil

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    ASPECTS OF EVALUATING MINING PROJECTS MADEN

    Mine projects are different from exploration projects which usually have the definition of minerali­ sation or mineral deposits as their objective. The evaluations should: a) provide a base on which economic decisions are made, b) identify and quantify risk, and c) establish project priority.

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    MINERAL EXPLORATION AND MINE DEVELOPMENT

    Mineral exploration and development are investigative activities prior to mining. The rewards of successful exploration and development can be large, if a mineral deposit is discovered, evaluated, and developed into a mine. For a mining company, successful exploration and development lead to increased profits. For a local community or nation,

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    STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES FOR VALUATION OF

    for Valuation of Mineral Properties, subject to any material changes in the final document being brought back to CIM Council for adoption and approval. The CIMVal Committee called for comments and submissions from all interested parties on the Draft Standards and Guidelines for Valuation of …

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    Evaluating investment projects in mining industry by

    Evaluation of mining investment projects is one of the most complex investment problems. Almost the entire lifecycle of mining projects is followed by various unknowns and risks. They are particularly present in the early stages of the project, and in all stages of the investment decision-making.

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    Guidebook for Evaluating Mining Project EIAs

    about mines. The problem is, project proponents often submit long, complex EIA documents that are incomprehensible to lay people. The Guidebook for Evaluating Mining Project EIAs will help public interest lawyers, grassroots advocates, and community members understand mining EIAs, identify flaws in mining project plans,

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    Mining Project Evaluation SRK

    The study included resource estimation, geotechnics, mine design and production schedule, Iron (Fe)-Copper (Cu) mineral processing, power and water supply, a reverse osmosis plant and slurry pipeline for pellet feed, a filter plant, copper concentrate production, tailings dam and port facilities.

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    Mining Project Evaluation | SRK Consulting | Mining

    Mining Project Evaluation Objective opinions and solutions require an understanding of the underlying components together with the experience and judgement to allocate relevant priority to these issues.