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Micon Sponsorships, 2019

Micon is pleased to announce its support of the following mining industry events in 2019 (listed in date order):   AME Roundup, Vancouver, B.C. 28-31 January, 2019 International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange Metro Toronto...

Can I Use Historic Assay Data in My Resource Estimate?

Can use be made of old or historic assay data in a current mineral resource estimate? The amount of data involved may be substantial and duplicating it could cost hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars. Clients usually wants to use as much of it as possible. What can be done to complete best practices data verification and justify its use?

Feasibility Study for Fortune Minerals

Micon is pleased to be part of the team updating the Feasibility Study for Fortune Minerals' NICO cobalt-gold-bismuth-copper project 160 km northwest of Yellowknife. Fortune Minerals has engaged Hatch Ltd., P&E Mining Consultants Inc. and Micon International...

Micon Welcomes the Launch of Online Claim Staking in Ontario

Nearly every mine started with an explorer who walked through the bush, collected rocks and hoped to hit the mother lode (and get rich). And Canada has a lot of success stories like this… Currently if a company or individual wants to explore a new area or to look for...

Geostatistics: Black Box Magic or Skilled Procedure?

Geostatistics is more than just a black-box or button-pushing exercise. It is a process involving a suitable collection of data and geological information, a detailed analysis of this data, an understanding of suitable methods for estimation and their inherent assumptions, and a systematic and comprehensive validation of the output model. Tools such as software packages are not magic wands that mysteriously produce models that fit the characteristics of the natural phenomenon. A sensible geostatistical estimate takes time, understanding, experience and skill to produce.

Due Diligence Reports – an IE’s Perspective

The mining consultant, or Independent Engineer (‘IE’) can provide the expertise needed to assess the full range of technical risks and opportunities associated with mining projects. on behalf of the potential investor.