Recent News

Altech Chemical Limited high purity alumina (HPA) project

Since 2013, Geos Mining has provided ongoing technical assessment of resources and reserves at Altech’s high purity alumina (HPA) project in Western Australia. This has contributed towards the approval of Altech’s approval of a finance debt package totalling US$190 Million, announced in December 2017.  https://www.altechchemicals.com/announcements

 

Geos Mining Student Sponsorship

Geos Mining is proud to be a Student Supporter Sponsor at the Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference 2018, Sydney – see AEGC2018 website at: http://www.aegc2018.com.au/sponsorship-and-exhibition.php

GSA Long Service Recognition

Congratulations to Helen Ray (Senior Consultant -Industrial Minerals), for recognition of her 40+ years membership in the Geological Society of NSW.

Geos Mining Sponsorship

Geos Mining is proud to be a sponsor at the inaugural GSA Earth Sciences Student Symposium (GESS) at Macquarie University, Sydney – see website at: https://gesssnsw.wixsite.com/home/event-sponsors

August to November 2017 period

August-November 2017: Several of our geological personnel have continued to provide ongoing field coal exploration management activities in the Hunter Valley, Gunnedah Basin/Western Coalfield.

July to November 2017 period

July-November: Our geologists conducted field inspections to locations and for commodities as diverse as Kalimantan (coal), Argentina (lithium) and PNG (gold).

Due Diligence for Hill End Gold Limited

As part of a Due Diligence for Hill End Gold Limited on High Purity Alumina (HPA) Project near Ballarat in Victoria, Geos Mining completed a geological review of previous exploration and development information for this kaolin deposit. The Company subsequently acquired the HPA project.

40th Sydney Basin Symposium

Tom Bradbury, Andrew Todd, James Familiar and Alison Todd attended the 40th Symposium on the Advances in the Study of the Sydney Basin was held on 27 and 28 April at the Mercure Resort in the Hunter Valley, NSW. The event was attended by around 130 delegates, and the topics presented ranged from coal geology, geophysics, coal washability and processing, to spontaneous combustion, environmental and economics aspects. The symposium dinner is always a popular highlight of the event, and 2017 was no exception. The dinner speaker was Australian geologist Greg Mortimer (OAM), who presented some truly fascinating tales of his journeys to the world highest peak, Mt Everest, and to the Antarctic. Bede Boyle of Coal Ventures Limited, an alliance partner of Geos Mining, presented the final talk of Day 2 titled “Restructuring of Australia’s Coal Industry.

Greg Mortimer (OAM)Bede Boyle

Sydney Basin Symposium

Tom Bradbury will be Convenor for the upcoming 40th Sydney Basin Symposium, to be held on 27th to 28th April 2017 at The Mercure Resort, Hunter Valley Gardens. Initiated by the University of Newcastle in 1966, the long-running series of symposia on ‘Advances in the Study of the Sydney Basin’ has become a well-established focal point for the discussion of research findings and other studies of academic, industrial and community interest for one of the most significant geological provinces in Australia.

AusIMM Seminar

Geos Mining will be presenting at the AusIMM Seminar “JORC – Coal Resources and Reserves” on 6th April 2017 at the Crowne Plaza, Newcastle. This half day seminar will comprise presentations from Coal Resource and Reserve practitioners on various topics related to the Joint Ore Reserves Code (JORC).