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Money Mining & Sustainability Seminar: Perth - 24 & 25 October

Integrated Strategic Planning is the next standard in business practice for the mining industry. Able to be used on all mines at any stage you will gain specific benefit if you are:

  • Making a large capital decision
  • Looking to raise finance or refinance
  • Planning expansions
  • At the PFS or FS stage
  • Operating distressed or low performing asset
  • Making any key decisions for your operation

In this workshop, you will discover how Integrated Strategic Planning

  • has large advantages over siloed planning
  • enables greater visibility of the entire mining operation from resource through to market
  • provides data driven information to inform all decision making
  • increases the value of a minerals business by at least 15% or more


After 30 years in Strategic Mine Planning, Whittle Consulting has been responsible for some of the major advances in mining operations. From the original development of the now industry standard Whittle Pit Optimiser to the recently launched GEOVIA Whittle™ 7.7 Software Release, the Whittle name is synonymous with advancement in the mining industry.

This workshop takes you through the most recent advances in Integrated Strategic Planning and Enterprise Optimisation, now practiced in over 150 mining operations around the globe. From the identification of optimisation within each silo of a mining operation to optimising the entire operation from the resource through to the market. The Whittle Integrated Strategic Planning process is thoroughly engaging and all-consuming in the implications it has for mining operations around the world.

Effective long term planning can enhance the value of a minerals business by at least 15% and often significantly more. This seminar details an optimisation methodology that involves 10 distinct mechanisms. which can produce extraordinary results and challenge conventional thinking on how to run a mining and mineral processing business. Covering the latest developments in optimisation methods, the subjects span mine design and scheduling, cut-off grades and stockpiling, plant configuration, product specification, logistics and capital scaling, strategic optimisation and modelling techniques, theory of constraints as it applied to a minerals business, advanced cost modelling, and implementation/change-management. The result is a comprehensive approach to asset management.


Perth, WA
24 - 25 October

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