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SMEDG Tehnical Meeting – Walford Creek Copper-Cobalt Project


DATE-TIME

Date(s) - Thursday, 27/06/2019
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Club York

Category(ies)


SMEDG Technical Meeting June 2019

Walford Creek Copper-Cobalt Project

Dan Johnson – Exploration Manager, Aeon Metals

 


Date & Time

Thursday June 27, 5.30pm for 6.00pm

Location

Club York
95-99 York St, Sydney NSW 2000

 


 

The Walford Creek Copper Cobalt Project in North West Queensland is Australia’s highest grade sulphide cobalt resource with copper. The high priority 100% owned Walford Project is currently being drilled with two rigs both inside the resource and along strike. The talk covers details about the history of the Project, its current status and some details on the geology and hence there is a bit for everyone. Aeon Metals’ website can be accessed here.

 


 

About the presenter

Dan Johnson is a Geologist with over 35 years’ experience in exploration and development in the resources sector with 25 years direct experience in Queensland Exploration. He has worked for a number of mining and exploration companies during his extensive career. His current role is as Exploration Manager for Aeon Metals Limited with a focus on advancing the exciting Walford Creek Base Metals Project in NW Queensland. Prior to that he was CEO of Aston Metals Limited and in that position, drove the exploration program at Walford since 2010. He has also held positions as Executive Director of Sovereign Metals Limited from May 2007 to February 2009 and between 2000 and 2007 he worked as a Consultant Geologist to MIM/Xstrata Copper Exploration where he was involved in a number of projects in the Cloncurry – Mount Isa region, including the Mount Isa Copper-Lead-Zinc system and at Ernest Henry.

For a more complete bio of Dan, please click here.

 


 

Important Notes
Do not forget the Mid Year Cruise on Friday July 5 – registration and details can be accessed here.
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 never know what entering something into the search engine on the top right of the page will turn up!
Unfortunately there will be no subsidised drinks at the upcoming two meetings.

 

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