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SMEDG Tehnical Meeting – July 2019


DATE-TIME

Date(s) - Thursday, 25/07/2019
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Club York

Category(ies)


SMEDG Technical Meeting July 2019

One Belt One Road Initiative – the Implications for the Australian Mineral Exploration Industry

Vlad David – Geological consultant

 


Date & Time

Thursday July 25, 5.30pm for 6.00pm
 


Location

Club York
95-99 York St, Sydney NSW 2000

 


 

The “One Belt One Road Project” is a global development strategy adopted by the Chinese government involving infrastructure development and investments in 152 countries and international organizations in Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas. In total, US$1.3 trillion has already been initiated under the One-Belt One-Road banner. To compare it is more than seven times the size of the Marshall Plan, which triggered the reconstruction and then recovery of war-torn Europe almost 70 years ago.

The talk will discuss where the Australian Mining industry currently stands including an overview of mining production and mining exports. It will present perspective of Australian Mining in the One belt One Road Project – opportunities and threats.
 


 

About the presenter

Currently, Vladimir is working as a Geological consultant supporting junior exploration companies. Prior to this, he worked for Gold Fields in Western Australia as Target Generation Manager, Argent Minerals in the Lachlan Orogen as Chief Geologist and MMG/Zinifex at Century Mine and Dugald River as Principal Geologist. These recent and previous roles have given him significant experience in exploration project generation, mineral prospectivity mapping, target generation, exploration management including implementation of different exploration strategies and evaluation of mineral properties.

He has more than 29 years of experience in managing a variety of mineral projects across Australia as well as in Eastern Europe (Kosovo, Bulgaria), North Africa and New Zealand.

Vlad holds a BSc Hons Geology (University of Zagreb) and PhD in Economic Geology (University of New England, Australia).

 


 

Important Notes
Take the time to go through the SMEDG website – you never know what you will find, and it contains a trove of useful information and diversions – you will never know what entering something into the search engine on the top right of the page will turn up until you actually do it!.
Unfortunately there will be no subsidised drinks at this meeting

 

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