The Exploration & Tenures Forum will be held in Sydney on Monday 3 May.
The Exploration & Tenures Forum brings together the NSW exploration sector and supporting professionals to discuss regulatory and policy issues for exploration, case studies of successful exploration, stakeholder engagement, and the path from exploration to mining.
This event and all NSW Minerals Council events will be held in accordance with all relevant NSW Government COVID-19 rules and restrictions to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved.
For any questions regarding events, technical support or sponsorship queries, please contact our events team by email or on 02 9274 1417.
This year, we will be presenting the NSW Mining - Explorer of the Year Award. This prestigious award recognises excellence and outstanding performance of an exploration or mining company, business or project to further exploration in NSW.
NSW is home to some of the world’s leading mining operations, which would not be possible without our world-class explorers. Through the NSW Mining ‘Explorer of the Year’ Award, we want to celebrate the good work of the professionals shaping our industry and unearthing the mineral deposits that will become the mines of tomorrow.
The NSW Mining ‘Explorer of the Year’ Award is a great opportunity to promote yourself, your colleagues or your business and its achievements. So don’t wait, enter now!
Program Announced + Event Registrations Open
Award Entries Close
Friday 12 March
Past winners include Peak Gold Mines’ Great Cobar Project. Peak Gold Mines ‘Great Cobar’ is a gold and copper underground mining operation located in Cobar NSW. It was the original copper deposit discovery in Cobar and was mined from 1871 - 1919. Peak Gold’s discovery of the new Great Cobar gold and copper deposits in 2016 won them the 2017 ‘Explorer of the Year’ title, 145 years after the initial discovery and more than 50 years since the area was last mined. Deep holes, limited drill locations and cleavage challenges resulted in difficult drilling conditions at Great Cobar, which Peak Gold was able to overcome to gain exploration success with a relatively small budget.
Read more here at The Cobar Weekly.
Supported by Hetherington
The Exploration & Tenures Forum is proudly supported by NSW Minerals Council member company Hetherington.
The team at Hetherington and the wider Hetherington Group provide expert advice in the specialised field of exploration and mining tenement management.
Now comprising Hetherington Legal and Hetherington Environmental, the Hetherington Group provides a comprehensive range of services, including tenement management (applications, renewals and overall compliance), compliance audits, due diligence & VALMIN reports for prospectus listings, environmental and activity approvals, Native Title, land access & landholder negotiations and government liaison.
So if you need assistance with any of these services, get in touch at hetherington.net.au or catch up with David Salim and the team at the NSW Mining Exploration & Tenures Forum.