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‘A structured process’: SRK panel discusses strengths and weaknesses of feasibility studies at the Global Mining Symposium



The Global Mining Symposium’s final panel brought together experts from across the industry to discuss the merits and shortcomings of feasibility studies and how they can be improved to add value.

Moderated by Mark Noppé, managing director and corporate consultant in geology at SRK Consulting, the panel featured Jo-Anne Dudley, chief executive of Turquoise Hill Resources (TSX: TRQ; NYSE: TRQ), Catherine Farrow, chair of Exiro Minerals, Michael Spreadborough, chief executive of Metals X, and Anna Nahajski-Staples, executive director at Paloma Investments.

“In my role as a CEO of small- to mid-cap sized companies, feasibility studies play an essential part in the growth of the company, and, I believe, that it’s the prefeasibility study that is the most important in decision making at the board level,” Metal X’s Michael Spreadborough said.

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