• LEAD-ZINC - Survey identifies Razorback West anomalies

    An induced polarization (IP) geophysical survey at Silver City Minerals’ Razorback West project in western New South Wales has identified several chargeability anomalies. The anomalies are coincident with zones of elevated lead and zinc geochemistry and a distinctive elongate gravity anomaly, all of which provide targets for follow-up drilling.

  • PHILIPPINES - Lifting of moratorium leads to application rush

    The lifting of a two-year ban on the acceptance of new exploration applications resulted in a rush with 126 applications received by the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) the day after the restriction was officially removed. The decision follows approval by the environment secretary of a recommendation by the mining regulator for the January 2011 moratorium on exploration applications to be lifted.  1

  • SUPPLIER NEWS - New regional leader appointed at Aggreko

    Temporary power and temperature control supply provider Aggreko has appointed a new name to take charge of its Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands operations.

  • WORKSHOP - Leading geostatician to deliver Indonesian sessions

    Mining software solutions and services provider Micromine and Mining Media International will host two geostatistics workshops in Indonesia to introduce delegates to the fundamentals of geostatistics from data analysis through to resource estimation and classification.  1

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