Invitation to Greenland Day in Perth
The Government of Greenland invites AIG members to participate in their annual Greenland Day, 9 December 2015 in Perth, at the University of Western Australia Club.
The program will include presentations from the Government of Greenland, the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, the Centre for Exploration Targeting, Curtin University, and invited companies operating in Greenland on:
- Advanced projects and mineral potential in Greenland
- Exploration and mining in Greenland: infrastructure, logistics, application and approvals
- A window into Greenland’s geological post: a new geochronology database with implications for mineral exploration
- New understanding and mineral endowment of the Archaean, Palaeoproterozoic and Palaeogene of South-East Greenland
- A study of the ~1880 Ma orthomagmatic sulfide mineralization in the Ammassalik Intrusive Complex, South-East Greenland
- Sulfur and metal fertilization of the lower continental crust, with key examples from south east Greenland and north west Italy
- The Paleoproterozoic Karrat Group and Rinkian Belt: geology, Black Angel Zn-Pb deposit and other mineralization styles
- Results and observations from 5 years of joint MMR-GEUS resources assessments workshops
- Cu-Zn-W-Au-Ni- REE assessments in Greenland
- V-Ti potential in Greenland
- Invited company presentations
There will be opportunities to meet with the representatives from the Ministry of Mineral Resources including Head of the Geology Department, Chief Geologist, and Head of the Licensing Department, Government of Greenland.
Date: Wednesday 9 December, 2015
Where: UWA Club at the University Campus, Perth
When: 8.30am – 5pm followed by Sundowner
Catering: Morning tea, afternoon tea and light buffet lunch provided
The conference is expected to attract patrons including executives from mining and resource companies, potential partners, brokers, analysts, corporate advisors and Australian media. Please confirm your registration by completing the confirmation form and sending it to MMR Chief Geologist Henrik Stendal.