Presentations

QEC Technical Forum – Technologies for Future Minerals and Energy

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Dr James Austin

Dr Simon Beams

Prof Ken Collerson

Dr Tom Cudahy

Dr John McLellan

Steven Jacoby

Dr Laurie Hutton

Dr Paul Henson

Ken Harvey

Paul Murtagh

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QEC/McCullough Robertson Investment Showcase presentations

2017 presentations

August 2017

Tor McCaul – Comet Ridge Limited

Rod Bresnehan – Clark Oil and Gas

March 2017

Jason Elks – Moreton Resources

SimonFinnis_March2017 – Metro Mining

2016 presentations

December 2016

This event included the launch by Minister for Natural Resources and Mines Dr Anthony Lynham of the 2016 Queensland Exploration Scorecard. View here

Click here for Philip St Baker’s presentation –  Graphite Corp

May 2016

Mark Gresswell Director and Chief Analyst with HDR : Coal Market Outlook: View here
Stephen Everett Non-Executive Director Metro Mining: Bauxite Hills Project View here

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2015 presentations

November 2015

Queensland Resources Council – State of the Sector: Amy Greene  View here
Altona Mining – Cloncurry project: Dr Alistair Cowden View here

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October 2015

Minotaur Exploration View here
Resolve Coal View here

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September 2015

Alligator Energy View here
Explaurum Limited View here

August 2015

Laneway Resources – view here
Stanmore Coal – view here

May 2015

Metallica Minerals – view here
WM Phillips Consulting Pty Ltd- view here

April 2015

Metro Mining Limited – view here
UIL Energy  – view here

March 2015

Altona Mining Limited – view here
HDR – Mark Gresswell – view here
HDR – Trevor Ellice – view here

February 2015

Carbine Resources – view here
Mantle Mining Corporation Limited – view here

 

2016 QEC Technical Seminar

Geoff Dickie – Exploring Outside the Box – the view from Canada

Dan Wood AO – Exploring Outside the Box – what does this mean for Queensland

Gideon Chitombo – Towards 2020 Making Queensland the Minerals and Energy Exploration Leader

Laurie HuttonHow do Geological Survey regional datasets assist exploration? – The mineral system approach

Richard Hillis – Prospecting Drillina: A technology-enabled revolution in greenfields exploration

Mal Cattach – Maximising value from electrical geophysical surveys using advanced instrumentation

Mark Hinman – New insights into the architectural development of the southern Cloncurry IOCG terrain – Controls and timing of mineralisation

John Walshe – Mapping redox-pH gradients in mineral systems : vectors to grade

Mark McGeough – 3D target generation in a mature NW QLD terrane – Copper-gold Mineralisation in Selwyn area

Zhaoshan Chang – New understandings of the deposits in the Mount Carlton district, and the implications to exploration

Walid Salama – Gold in silcrete: a new vector to the VHMS deposits in Golden Grove, Yilgarn Craton

Fast Facts

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 delivered 1 in every five dollars of the state’s economy through our spending in Queensland.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 delivered one in every five dollars of the state’s economy through its spending in Queensland.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland has more than half of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of lead, zinc,  silver  and bauxite and  13% of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of and copper.
    Source: Queensland Government

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 supported one  in every seven Queensland jobs.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland has more than half of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of lead , zinc and silver, nearly 60% of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of bauxite and and 13% of its copper resources.
    Source: Queensland Government Mining Update

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 supported one in every seven Queensland jobs and $1 in every $5 of the economy
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland is an important producer of gold, mineral sands, phosphate and magnesite.
    Source: Queensland Government

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16  supported one in every seven Queensland jobs.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • The Queensland resources sector  covers  just 0.1% of Queensland’s total land surface.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • The Queensland resources sector’s land disturbed ‘footprint’ covers just 0.1% of Queensland’s total land surface.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

Queensland Exploration Scorecard 2014

Queensland Exploration Scorecard Highlights Document 2014