AMCOL International’s Exploration Manager, Andrew Scogings, discusses the new Micromine 2014 features he’s most looking forward to utilising! Klisptone uses Micromine software modelling which particularly suited for interpreting mapping, drilling and other geological resource exploration and mining data in a 3D environment.
The current edition of the Australasian Joint Ore Reserves Committee Code (JORC Code) was published in 2012 and after a transition period, came into mandatory operation from 1 December 2013.
A PDF of the code can be downloaded HERE (1.5MB) – JORC_code_2012
The 2012 edition has made some significant changes to the requirements regarding the reporting of industrial mineral resources that should be addressed by players in the industrial minerals space.
See this PAGE for more details
KlipStone Pty Ltd acknowledges that the changes to Clause 49 are a welcome improvement, and fully supports the concept of reporting industrial minerals resources and reserves according to market-related specifications.
See PDF download for published article on the JORC Code 2102 by KlipStone – Pg 26-27 Regulation