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Project Evaluation 2012 was the third conference in a
developing series that commenced in 2007 and followed up in 2009. In 2012 the
theme was 'Dealing with Uncertainty'. This is a reality for minerals projects.
From inception to completion, as a producing operation and as a business, a
minerals project will have to deal with a plethora of variable inputs, many
beyond its control. Developers and investors working in the minerals industry
require an appreciation and respect for these uncertainties so that considered
decisions can be made in relation to potential opportunities, risks and future
value of projects.
This conference successfully attracted papers covering: dealing with
uncertainty; management of opportunity and risks; application of project
evaluation tools and methods; the role of benchmarking in project evaluation;
financial modelling; resolving project issues; and building effective project
and study teams.

Papers in collection

  • Reliability of Expert Judgements and Uncertainty Assessments Go to Paper
  • Scenario Thinking - A Powerful Tool for Strategic Planning and Evaluation of Mining Projects and Operations Go to Paper
  • Exploration Value Drivers and Methodologies Go to Paper
  • How the Use of Market-Based Risk Metrics can Undervalue Good Mining Projects and Overvalue Poor Ones Go to Paper
  • Real Option Value Optimisation Go to Paper
  • Decision Support for an Underground Gold Mining Operation - A Case Study using the Schedule Optimisation Tool Go to Paper
  • Benchmarking versus Test Work - How Should You Manage Process Risk? Go to Paper
  • Can a Risk-Based Evaluation Provide a More Valuable Mine Design? Go to Paper
  • Strategic Optimisation at Sierra Rutile - A Case Study in Maximising Project Value Go to Paper
  • Didipio - Learning the Lessons, Adapting and Getting Ready for Production Go to Paper
  • Using Independent System Simulation to Mitigate Risk in the Dalrymple Bay Coal Chain Go to Paper
  • PanAust - On the Fast Track to Success Go to Paper
  • Approaches to Reporting Grade Uncertainty in High-Nugget Gold Vein Projects Go to Paper
  • Managing Uncertainty on the Cut 8 Project Go to Paper
  • Mine Project Risk Management Go to Paper
  • Reducing Project Risk through Fact-Based Mine Planning Go to Paper
  • Uncertainty - An Important Source of (Additional) Value for Mine Projects Go to Paper
  • An Innovative Approach to Robust Optimisation for Scenario-Based Mineral Project Evaluation Go to Paper
  • Project Selection and Process Development for Mining Juniors Go to Paper
  • Making Sure that the Amount of Grade Variation is a Known Known Go to Paper
  • The Application of Value Engineering Principles to Mining Studies Go to Paper
  • What Project Managers must Demand from an Economic Evaluation! Go to Paper
  • Real Option Valuation of Mineral Exploration/Mining Projects using Decision Trees - Differentiating Market Risk from Private Risk Go to Paper
  • Dimensional Cost Exponents for Novel Processing Equipment Go to Paper
  • A Great Project Team - Bringing Together Location and Culture Go to Paper
  • Understanding Trends in Performance of Open Cut Mining Equipment Go to Paper
  • Now, this is the Time for Mining Companies to Choose - Real Option Valuation or Discount Cash Flow Go to Paper
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  • Published: 2011
  • Pages: 236 pp.
  • PDF Size: 9.846 Mb.
  • Unique ID: PA-201204

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