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Author Archives: Andrew Watson

Andrew Watson is the principal of Anterrra Consulting, which provides strategic advice, project generation, investor relations services and digital data management services to clients in Mining, Junior Exploration and Oil and Gas. Andrew’s experience covers all aspects of the resource venture capital from project evaluation, IPO’s, fundraising, investor relations, cartography, technical report writing, exploration program design, with an applied expertise in mineral exploration in porphyry copper deposits, Athabasca unconformity uranium deposits, RIRG’s (reduced intrusive related gold) deposits and layered mafic intrusion Ni-Cu-PGM deposits. With Oil and Gas his experience is primarily in the Madison, Bakken and Nisku Petroleum systems of Southern Alberta/ Northern Montana.

Great Deposits – The Comstock Lode

Introduction Flying over Nevada on a clear day is one of the great joys of being an economic geologist. The Basin and Range country has abundant structural features, intrusions, deformed ...

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Vatic Ventures – Potash in Thailand

Introduction If you hang around the junior mining space long enough, you get to recognize a certain rhythm in how conferences are organized. There is the Roundup in January, Indaba ...

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Breaker Resources – Lake Roe Project

Introduction Breaker Resources (ASX: BRB) is a company exploring  the eastern goldfields superterrane of Western Australia, and they have recently discovered a large gold bearing system on their Lake Roe ...

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Ivanhoe Mines Kamoa-Kakula Project

When we write about great deposits they are most often well known mines with long established pedigrees and histories of daring exploration in isolated locations. But not all great deposits are ...

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Mining Methods: Block Caving

What is Block Caving? Block (gravity) caving is a bulk underground mining method, which allows large low-grade deposits to be mined underground. This method involves undermining the orebody to make ...

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Molybdenum: Commodity Overview

Introduction Molybdenum (Mo, Atomic number 42) is a silvery grey metal, notable for its extremely high melting point (2623°C). It has many uses in the aerospace, military and petroleum industries, ...

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