Economic Analyses for Mineral Deposits Held by Publicly Traded Companies
TOPIC: Economic Analyses for Mineral Deposits Held by Publicly Traded Companies
SPEAKER: Doug Hambley
DATE: Tuesday, March 10 *** Please note this is the SECOND Tuesday of the month ***
TIME: 6:00 Networking/Dinner
7:00 - 8:30 Presentation
LOCATION: Clements Center, 1580 Yarrow St. Lakewood, CO 80214
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COST: Rocky Mountain AIChE Members $20; Non-members $25, Students/Unemployed $10; Add $5 for attending meeting without RSVP
SPEAKER BIO: Dr. Hambley manages or participates in projects related to: resource and reserve estimation in potash, rocksalt, uranium, base metals and aggregates; hard rock mine and tunnel design; mine ventilation; blasting; and groundwater prediction. Projects have included: Qualified Person for NI 43-101 Technical Reports for potash prospects in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Michigan, Brazil, Republic of Congo and Arizona and for a uranium prospect in Arizona; Competent Person for JORC-compliant Exploration Target report for a potash prospect in Colorado; preliminary economic assessment and prefeasibility study for an underground uranium prospect in Colorado; design and cost development for new underground stone mines in Illinois and Ohio; ground control consultant to an industrial facility in a stone mine in Pennsylvania; evaluation of room and pillar stability at industrial mineral and limestone mines in Indiana, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin; conceptual backfill designs for existing or proposed underground mines in Montana, China and California; consultant to State of Nevada on Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository; inspection of ground conditions and roof support rehabilitation design at the NIOSH Lake Lynn Laboratory in Pennsylvania; and performance inspections of commercial storage and freezer facility in former underground stone mine in Illinois.