Monday, 22 October 2018
Webinar Recording: Optimising the Process Plant Part 1 - Improving Resource Knowledge
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Webinar Recording: Optimising the Process Plant Part 1 - Improving Resource Knowledge

Part 1 of Austmine's Optimising the Process Plant webinar series explored technologies and programs aimed at generating greater information about the resource in the ground and utilising this to optimise minerals processing. 

Generating greater information about ore throughout the mining process is one of the most powerful tools available to mining companies. It allows for re-shaping and re-designing the mine and processing plan, creates greater efficiency and accuracy in ore sorting and has flow-on effects throughout the mineral processing phases.

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Topics covered by the expert speakers include:

  • The importance of growing our knowledge of the orebody
  • Methodologies and advanced technologies utilised in increasing resource knowledge
  • Innovative ore sorting and material detection solutions
  • Benefits of orebody knowledge for the mineral processing phase
  • Case studies of greater resource knowledge in action
  • Future technologies set to disrupt this space and mining as a whole

Our expert speaker panel was:

  • Luke Keeney, General Manager Implementation, CRC ORE
  • David Scoullar, CEO & Managing Director, Southern Innovation
  • Mark Noppe, Corporate Consultant, SRK Consulting

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Find the presentations from the webinar in the related documents section below. 

 

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