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Stephen J. Piercey, PhD, PGeo, FGC •
Michael Tucker •
Dave Lawie,PhD •
Chair(s): Craig Hart, UBC Mineral Research Deposit Unit; Michael Tucker, KORE Mining Ltd.
The mineral exploration landscape continuously changes but some curves are tighter than others. Change is at the forefront now as explorers pivot to advance projects in a Covid-19 influenced environment, but strategic changes are also required to accommodate factors such as shifting commodity foci to battery and critical metals, the use and application of real time, down-hole and big data exploration technologies, changing societal expectations influencing ethical metals and NIMBYism, and more. This session on “Leading through Change” will explore several themes that are impacting our industry today.
Tuesday, Jan 19 (9:00 am - 10:30 am PST)
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|9:00 AM-9:05 AM||Opening Remarks||Roundup Session Chair(s)|
|9:05 AM-9:25 AM||Local Metals and Canada’s Role in a Green Economy||Stephen J. Piercey, PhD, PGeo, FGC||Memorial University of Newfoundland|
|9:25 AM-9:45 AM||Evaluating the EV Demand for New Nickel Supply: Can Canada Fill the Void?||Michael Tucker||KORE Mining Ltd.|
|9:45 AM-10:05 AM||A Case for Change: The Value of the Right Information at the Right Time from Exploration to Production||Dave Lawie,PhD||IMDEX|
|10:05 AM-10:25 AM||Safely Implementing Large Scale Exploration and Development Programs During a Global Pandemic – A Case Study||Paul Geddes||Skeena Resources Limited|
|10:25 AM-11:00 AM||Q&A and Closing Remarks|