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Chair(s): Albert Chong, Sheila Ulansky,
February 2 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
The demand for gold and silver has kept pace with the surge during 2020. Mining and mineral exploration companies have benefitted from the surge and continue to raise substantial funds for their exploration needs. Technical expertise and effective project management are crucial to successfully finding, defining and expanding mineral resources. The Precious Metals Session aims to support explorationists on their journey from discovery through to mining by: engaging industry and academic professionals; connecting people; and showcasing evolving concepts. The session will highlight a range of precious metal-rich Projects in green and brown-field environments in Canada, the U.S.A and abroad.
|9:00 AM||Opening Remarks|
|9:05 AM||Exploration Implications of Advanced Argillic Minerals in Epithermal and |
Porphyry Deposit Environments
Antonio Arribas, Kenneth F. and Patricia Clark Distinguished Chair, The University of Texas at El Paso
|9:35 AM||Becoming a Cornerstone Project in Canada: Evolution of the Troilus Deposit|
Blake Hylands, Senior Vice President of Exploration, Troilus Gold Corp.
|10:00 AM||Reinterpretation of the Geological Model at the Cordero Ag-Au-Pb-Zn deposit in Chihuahua, Mexico|
Gernot Wober | VP Exploration | Discovery Silver Corp.
|10:25 AM||Keats Zone: New Found Gold in Newfoundland|
Melissa Render, VP of Exploration, New Found Gold