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Geophysical Presentations in Melbourne, Australia – See you at ASEG-PESA 2013

Whether you’re a member of Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists  or Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia, there’s a technical presentation at ASEG-PESA 2013 you won’t want to miss. New geophysical technology, Orion 3D (DCIP & MT is adding value to oil, gas and mineral exploration projects and in Quantec’s technical presentation, Jonathan Rudd will explain how you can:

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Keen To Spend Less Money On Miscalculated Drilling?

When you need absolute data, and to see beyond a few hundred meters, spending more money to drill without confidence increases the risk of exploration. Whereas investing in a more detailed geophysical survey first, Read more

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New Nadina some comments on ground based geophysical surveys

When you’re trying to extend the life of a mining project, and all surface expression has already been mined: mining companies need a survey that focuses drill targets with less risk than an airborne survey. Read more

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Airborne vs. Ground Surveys: New Nadina’s Deep Porphyry Copper Discovery

The ground vs. airborne survey debate is old and well-documented for strengths and weaknesses. But now, in the case of New Nadina’s porphyry copper discovery led by Mira Geoscience’s Peter Kowalczyk, mining Read more