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Project Evaluation 2007

Conference Proceedings
Published in 2007

In the current climate of major growth in the industry and the acceleration of project evaluation there is an increased need to ensure that the very process of those evaluations are sound and the standards applied ensure their success. Accurate project evaluation is fundamental to corporate success and there is risk and uncertainty of getting capital requirements, operating costs, ramp up period, and product price right. Never before has there been such a need for the industry to ensure that the process and standards applied in project evaluation are sound and to a known quality. Only then will the investor be sure of the most effective capital investment which results in the planned asset deliverables.

The inaugural conference on Project Evaluation brought together those key personnel responsible for undertaking such evaluations and those who rely on them for financial decision-making as investors or as developers. We compliment those companies that were prepared to share review processes that, in part, guard against future mistakes.

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Commitment, Compliance and Capacity — How Environmental, Safety, Security and Social Financial Issues Affect Lenders’ RiskG A Brown and G S C Murray
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Do You See What I See? The Schizophrenic Nature of Project Risk ManagementJ Lamb
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Emerging Market Risk — Perceptions and RealityN Brown, N Robson and E Stephens
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Evaluating All the Alternatives to Select the Best Project StrategyB Hall
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Evaluation of Exploration ProjectsA Morley
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Geometallurgy, Geostatistics and Project Value — Does Your Block Model Tell You What You Need to Know?S Dunham and J Vann
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Life of Business Optimisation — The Mathematical Programming ApproachM L Smith
551.2 KB
Managing the Study RiskA E A Northcote
130.9 KB
Modern Asset Pricing — A Valuable Real Option Complement to Discounted Cash Flow Modelling of Mining ProjectsP Guj and R Garzon
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Optimising Project Value and RobustnessG Whittle, W Stange and N Hanson
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Performance Testing — When, What and How?G Lane, M Davis, E McLean and J Fleay
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Production Schedule Optimisation in Underground Hard Rock Mining Using Mixed Integer ProgrammingM Nehring and E Topal
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Project Evaluation — The Customer’s PerspectiveD F Sinclair
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Project-Finance Risks — Due Diligence MattersR Tinsley
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Quality Assurance and Quality Control of the Interpretation of the Geological Economic Commodity Concentrations is Important in Getting a Mineral Resource Estimate RightT Lee
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Risk Analysis and Decision-Making — A Case StudyB Gamble
372.4 KB
Sampling — A Critical Component to Gold Mining Project EvaluationS C Dominy
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The Role of Simulation Modelling in Project EvaluationR Hoare
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The Use and Abuse of Feasibility StudiesW Mackenzie and N Cusworth
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The Youga Gold Project — A West African Project Financing Case StudyJ Forwood
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Using Stochastic Discounted Cash Flow and Real Option Monte Carlo Simulation to Analyse the Impacts of Contingent Taxes on Mining ProjectsM R Samis, G A Davis and D G Laughton
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Values and Value Management Combine for a Better Project Outcome — A Case StudyR McGregor, R Polmear and G Mauger
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