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  • Landmark Australian gold mine emissions study warns on impact of falling grades

    Jul 02, 2020
    New research into Australia's gold mines revealed "consistent, significant relationships" between gold grade and greenhouse gas emissions intensity per ounce, with average gold grades to fall 44% by 2029 that will significantly boost that intensity. The research will be published in Journal of Cleaner Production in September by CSA Global principal geologist Sam Ulrich, who is undertaking his doctorate in geological controls on the operating cost structure of Australian and New Zealand gold mines under the supervision of his co-authors, Allan Trench and Steffen Hagemann, at the Centre for Exploration Targeting in Perth, Australia. The study is titled "Greenhouse gas emissions and production cost footprints in Australian gold mines." It is the first to investigate whether relationships exist between greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption with reported costs of production, all-in sustaining costs, the source of the gold mined — open pit, underground or both — and the individual mine power source.
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  • 2019 IOM3 Mann Redmayne medal recipient - Rhys (Sam) Davies

    Apr 30, 2020
    Congratulations to Rhys (Sam) Davies on winning the 2019 IOM3 Mann Redmayne medal for his paper: "Litho-structural controls on orogenic gold deposits within the Sandstone greenstone belt, Yilgarn Craton, Western Australia: implications for exploration targeting."
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  • CET involved in Saudi Arabian Mineral Taxation Review

    Jan 20, 2020
    Research Professor Pietro Guj has been engaged by the World Bank Group to carry out a review and provide advise on proposed amendments to the Saudi Arabian Mining Investment Legislation with special emphasis on their severance (royalty) fees.
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    Jun 12, 2019
    Pietro Guj has joined forces with Richard Schodde of MinEx Consulting to produce a comprehensive book on “Mineral resources of Africa” for the World Bank (WB). The study will be an important source of factual information in support of the preparation by the WB’s Office of the Chief Economist for the Africa region of a new regional flagship report on Africa’s Resource Future.
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