If you’re interested in (exploring for and mining) diamonds in Angola (or elsewhere), I and José Abranches will be talking on the subject in an Ore Deposits Hub webinar.We’ll make a (perhaps not that) short presentation, introducing the Angolan deposits and their classical genetical models and the global and local factors impacting the development of … Continue reading Angolan diamonds: into the XXI century
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Mining finance is a key issue for junior companies, a species currently with a high mortality. It isn’t a coincidence that “Survival of the fittest” are this study’s opening words. Compiled by the Mining Journal and published a few weeks ago, “The Global Mining Finance Guide has brought together several of the mining industry’s leading … Continue reading Global Mining Finance Guide 2014 study by the Mining Journal
Economic Geology should go outside its classical bounds of the mineral deposit, explore new paths and, at least, acknowledge what the users of the minerals we unearth are doing. Mckinsey just released a short report on the future of jewellery: A multifaceted future: The jewelry industry in 2020. For those in the gems and precious metals, … Continue reading The smiling future of jewellery according to McKinsey & Company
JUST PUBLISHED BY LNEG Mineral Occurrences – South of Portugal 400k map For all those interested in Portuguese mineral deposits, LNEG (the Portuguese Geological Survey), has just released a pdf version of Mineral Occurrences in the South of Portugal (400K scale). With a diverse geology and home to important metallogenic provinces – including but not limited … Continue reading Mineral Occurrences in the South of Portugal (400K scale map)