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For more information about the event, pleast visit http://samplingaustralia.com.au or cal 61 2 9229 1000. Or you can email enquire@iqpc.com.au. Don't forget you can also follow us on Twitter …

For more information about the event, pleast visit http://samplingaustralia.com.au or cal 61 2 9229 1000. Or you can email enquire@iqpc.com.au. Don't forget you can also follow us on Twitter @MiningIQ

Managing Efficient & Systematic Control of Mining Samples
To accurately and efficiently guarantee complete profitability of your exploration site, precise sampling methods must be employed.

Better sampling techniques generate a deeper understanding of minerals & metals quality characteristics and provide shareholders with credible data about subsequent mining developments and worthwhile projects in the area.

For that reason, sampling processes need to be refined to its best and constantly be improved in order to develop sampling methods & protocols that lead to better evaluation of data, minimising time and money losses.

When it comes to quality of your samples, there is always something that can be improved to ensure a representative & accurate data

Your exploration & mining operation decisions will be superior with improved sampling knowledge. Large investments decisions depend on it, so it is crucial to keep yourself updated and aware of good practices.

Sampling 2011 will create a powerful networking opportunity for mining companies, mine sites and mining contractors. This conference is a great professional development opportunity to make you ahead and updated with the latest knowledge in sampling!

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  • 1. Featuring new www.samplingaustralia.com.au practical workshops with international Venue: Holiday Inn City Centre Perth, WA. Two Day Conference: 31 May & 1 June 2011 keynotes Workshops: 31 May, 1 & 2 June 2011 Sampling Australia 2011 Managing Efficient & Systematic Control Of Mining Samples Featuring Presentations by: Cliff Stanley, Ph.D., P.Geo., Professor, Dept. of Earth & Paul Morris, Geochemist, Geochemistry Section – Environmental Science Dept. of Mines and Petroleum ACADIA UNIVERSITY, CANADA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA (Also President of the ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED Richard Agbidi Addo, Geological Data Management Expert, GEOCHEMISTS) BARRICK GOLD - North Mara Gold Mine TANZANIA Adriano Espeschit, Chief Executive Officer, Marat Abzalov, Ph.D., Exploration Manager - Projects E3 - ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT & EMERGENCY, BRAZIL (Africa & Eurasia) (Former General Manager Mt Keith - BHP BILLITON RIO TINTO EXPLORATION AUSTRALIA)Why Attend Sampling Australia 2011? With an Expert Speaker Line Up Including:• Get up to date with the latest internationally accepted David Cohen, Ph.D, Head of School, School of Biological, Earth and QA/QC practices Environmental Sciences• Improve your sampling knowledge by participating in our UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES exclusive interactive workshops Mike Whitbread, Principal Geochemist• Discover new approaches and solutions to current sampling BHP BILLITON issues Chris Banasik, Director of Exploration and Geology• Debate and network with industry experts, and gain real insight from SILVER LAKE RESOURCES your colleagues and great names in the industry Suziany Rocha de Souza, Principal Geologist – Bulk commodities• Reassure your organisation is in line with industry best practice in Exploration - Project Generation Group sampling RIO TINTO Mark Manly, Chief GeologistUpgrade Your Registration by Attendance at: PHOENIX RESOURCESA: Internationally Acceptable QA/QC Practices Mike Quayle, Manager Geology PRACTICAL HILL END GOLDB: Control of Assay Data Quality in Mineral Resource Estimation David Giles, Professor, Sate of SA chair of mineral exploration and PRACTICAL Director of the Centre for Mineral Exploration Under CoverC: Using Statistical Models to Describe Sampling Error in UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE Geological Materials Rachel Arnolds, Superintendent Geology – Clermont Region*For interactive workshops participants are required to bring their own laptop. RIO TINTO Researched & Developed by: Organised by: To Register: T: (02) 9229 1000 F: (02) 9223 2622 E: registration@iqpc.com.au www.samplingaustralia.com.au
  • 2. Dear Colleague, Who Will Attend SamplingDo you feel adequately prepared to achieve representative Australia 2011?data without quality loss? From mine sites and head offices:As project demands increase due to investments in the mining • Geologists, Senior / Chief Geologistsindustry and more exploration and efficient utilisation of resources • Geology Managersare needed, accurate sampling of your mine site together with the • Geochemistshighest quality data control is essential. • Head of Quality Control • Exploration ManagerIQPC’s Sampling Australia 2011 brings to you some of thebest names of the industry, all for your learning and professional Companies That Havedevelopment. This is the only Australian sampling event in 2011; Previously Attended Miningsaving you significant travel time and costs. IQ Events Include:What topics will be covered? • Anglo Coa • MISHC • Avoca Resources • Newcrest MiningSampling Australia 2011 will feature presentations, case studies & • Barrick Corporation • Newmont Limitedround tables to debate topics such as: • Barrick Gold • Ngarda National Mining • BGC Contracting Pty Ltd Academy• The Latest Achievements in QA/QC Worldwide • Oxiana • BHP Billiton Ltd (Richard Addo, Barrick Gold - Tanzania) • Cairns Region Group Training • OZ Minerals • Cheetham Salt Ltd • OZ Minerals Prominant Hill• Avoiding Sampling Errors to Allow Proper Assessment • Peabody Energy Operations • Centennial Coal Company Ltd (Cliff Stanley, Acadia University - Canada) • CS Energy Ltd Pty Ltd • Perilya Ltd • Curragh Queensland Mining• Effective Data Management of Representative Information • Prospect Consulting • Doug Hood Mining Ltd (David Cohen, UNSW - Australia) • Downer EDI Mining • Queensland Alumina Limited • Queensland Resources Council • Exco Resources• Ensuring Control of Assay Data Quality to guarantee best • Ready Workforce • G & S Engineering Services practice • GBS Gold International Inc • Recruitment & Consulting Services Association Ltd (Marat Abzalov, Rio Tinto – Australia) • Heron Resources • Rio Tinto Coal • Iluka Resources Ltd• Creating Valuable Progress in Geostatistics • Rio Tinto Iron Ore • Integra Mining Ltd • Runge Pty Ltd (Panels & Round tables) • Itec Employment • Sinclair Knight Merz Pty Ltd • John Davidson & Associates Pty • Skilled Group LtdThese sessions are tailored to provide cost-effective, up-to-date Ltd • Kalgoorlie Consolidated • Straits Resources Limitedinformation in order to effectively improve sampling methods from • Thiess Mining • Leighton Contractor Gold Minesthe initial steps to the final analysis. Pty Ltd • Vale Australia Pty Ltd • Macarthur Coal Ltd • Western AreasThis program provides knowledge based on field experiences of • McArthur River Mining Pty Ltd • Western Australian School ofsampling geologists; investigating fundamentals while exploring the • Michael Minns Human Resources Mines • WorkPaccomplex in order to perfect your practical work on site. • Minara Resources • Mining Industry Skills Centre • Xstrata CoalAttending this event is a necessity to improve the effectiveness insampling processes and assessments. Your exploration and miningoperations will improve with optimised sampling knowledge. Why Sampling Australia 2011 3 Key ReasonsFor more information call (02) 9229 1000, Gives You the Best Value foremail enquire@iqpc.com.au or Your Marketing Spend:visit www.samplingaustralia.com.au 1. Complete exposure to decision-makers who are responsible for the selection, procurement andKind regards, purchasing of sampling solutions. 2. You’ll notice that the atmosphere is different from other conferences. We actively maintain a reduced vendor ratio, which creates a more intimateMax Oliveira, environment for networking and knowledge sharing.Conference Director PS: 3. Your clients and critical potential clients will be ewSampling Australia 2011 Introducing n attending Sampling Australia 2011 and this is theMining IQ hands on perfect chance to make yours the brand and product practical they remember. As Sampling Australia 2011 is not a tradeshow, there workshops will only be a limited number of opportunities available. For more information, please contact Mike Adams on +61 (0) 2 9229 1083 or mike.adams@iqpc.com.au.
  • 3. Day One Tuesday 31 May 2011 8.30 Registration and Refreshments 12.45 Lunch and Networking Opportunity 9.00 Opening Remarks from Conference Chair 1.45 Quality Control Programs: Becoming Acquainted with Sampling Precision & Monitoring International keynote 9.10 The Government’s Role in Geochemical Sampling to Getting it right from the onset is the most critical component of Support Mineral Exploration Government agencies occupy a unique position in terms of providing the data generation process. “Snowballing” erros may only be regional-scale pre-competitive geochemical data to support mineral assessable but may never be remediable. This session focuses on: exploration. This session will deliver to you what the government is • Adequately choosing “fit for purpose” quality control protocols doing to support and to dissiminate accurately this data. • Understanding sampling equipments: Automated Rotatory • Why government agencies should carry out regional sampling Splitters versus Riffle Splitters programs? • Identifying the difference in sample collection and storage - Plastic • Establishing guidelines for sampling and analysis bags versus calico bags • Validation of different sample media for regional geochemical Richard Agbidi Addo, Geological Data Management Expert programs BARRICK GOLD - North Mara Gold Mine TANZANIA Paul Morris, Geochemist GEOCHEMISTRY SECTION - GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 2.30 Field Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis Role in OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. DEPARTMENT OF Phoenix Copper’s rise from Junior Explorer to Cu Producer MINES AND PETROLEUM (Also President of the Three years ago Phoenix Copper Limited floated and chose to ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED GEOCHEMISTS) invest in a FPXRF analyser to undertake first pass geochemical coverage of its tenement holding, rather than undertaking 9.55 Economic Advantages of Good Sampling Practices for conventional sieved soil or rock chip samples. The FPXRFs Managers & Senior Level have identified 30 Cu and 3 Au anomalies, ten of which have This session will deal with the importance of certifying managers & been drilled and three are undergoing metallurgical test work to International keynote senior level executives with an economic background to support determine whether JORC compliant Resource Estimates can be sampling decisions for higher understanding of losses associated stated. On the mine site FPXRFs are being used for grade control with poor protocols and their incorrect implementation. and significant savings are being made across the company. This • Increasing the awareness and value of the sampling program in session will cover: executive levels • Monitoring your target and strategies for constant improvement • Making geochemical coverage over target areas fast & efficient • Quantifying money losses due to inaccuracy in protocols and • Understanding technique limitations & improvements communicating improved results in newly sampling methods • Using the right equipment to be cost effective saving almost Adriano Espeschit, Chief Executive Officer AUD$1 Million in assay costs in 12 months E3 - ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT & EMERGENCY - Mark Manly, Chief Geologist BRAZIL PHOENIX COPPER LIMITED (Former General Manager Mt Keith - BHP BILLITON 3.15 Afternoon Tea and Networking Opportunity AUSTRALIA) 10.45 Morning Tea and Networking Opportunity 3.45 Laboratory of Choice: Mandatory Qualities in Sampling Analysis 11.15 Geochemical Sampling at Site to National Scales Experience is widely used by geologists to choose their preferred Geochemical mapping is an integral part of most mineral projects laboratory. In this round table you will debate the most important – from reconnaissance exploration to reserve estimation. The concerns and indispensable merits for defining your laboratory of geochemical patterns observed in data are a function of the scale choice. What criteria should be used to make an informed decision? Panel Discussion of mapping, the form of elements and the scale of natural variations • Are you able to identify problems that can potentially affect your in element distributions in various sampling media. Adequate quality samples? control is vital to geochemical mapping projects, especially those • Is it worth inspecting laboratories personally? conducted at low sampling densities. This session will examine • What can we expect for time of analysis? some examples of regional geochemical mapping including their Mike Whitbread, Principal Geochemist design and output. BHP BILLITON • Comprehending inaccuracy in geochemical patterns • Finding the best fit for your data Paul Morris, Geochemist • Considering adequate quality control in geochemical mapping GEOCHEMISTRY SECTION - GEOLOGICAL SURVEY projects OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. DEPARTMENT OF David Cohen, Ph.D, Head of School, School of Biological, Earth MINES AND PETROLEUM (Also President of the and Environmental Sciences ASSOCIATION OF APPLIED GEOCHEMISTS) UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES Richard Agbidi Addo, Geological Data Management Expert BARRICK GOLD - North Mara Gold Mine TANZANIA 12.00 Questioning Geostatistics: What Are the Key Problems that Still Need Answering? 4.30 CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: Implementation of Blasthole In this session, you will be guided though the relevant questions Sampling and Analysis Work Study CaseRound Table that are raised in order to avoid poor sampling methods leading to Rachel Arnolds, Superintendent GeologyDiscussion invalidation and discrepancy of the data sampled. The objective RIO TINTO is to find the best solution for common sampling problems in geostatistics. 5.15 Closing Comments from the Chair and End of Day One • Should the statistical analysis always be the first step? 5.30 Beginning of Workshop A: Internationally Acceptable • Is my data invalid because of my methods? QA/QC Practices • Is it possible to minimise my data loss by adjusting the statistical analysis? Facilitated by Conference Chair To Register T: (02) 9229 1000 F: (02) 9223 2622 E: registration@iqpc.com.au
  • 4. Day Two Wednesday 01 June 2011 9.00 Opening Remarks from Conference Chair 2.30 Best Practices for Grade Control Ensuring grade control is a vital step of the whole sampling process 9.10 Sampling, Analysis and QA/QC – A Pragmatic Exploration project correct classification of subsequent sampling. This session Perspective will go through the best practices for grade control, facilitating the When conducting geochemical programs in exploration, from creation and design of grade control programs. regional scale through to more advanced projects, it is important • Fostering efficient grade control programs and training to ensure that your protocols are ‘fit for purpose’. This session • Maximising grade control design and management discusses ways to: • Validation of techniques to produce representative grade control • Select the right materials in the first place (orientation studies) samples • Pick an analytical method that will deliver the right information for the problem at hand 3.15 Afternoon Tea and Networking Opportunity • QC of results to determine whether anything did go wrong 3.45 CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: Sampling and Assaying for Mike Whitbread, Principal Geochemist Reliable Results in Coarse Gold Deposits Study Case BHP BILLITON Mike Quayle, Manager Geology 9.55 Making Friends with Your Nuggett HILL END GOLD High grade narrow vein gold deposits provide challenging geology, 4.30 Sample Size and Sampling Variance: Using the mining and grade control. Understanding the internal grade variation Fundamental Constant to Describe Sample Heterogeneity and accepting it is the first step to being able to manage a mine and Reduce Sampling Error economically. Sampling errors are typically the largest source of unwanted • Understanding variation International keynote variability in geological samples. Understanding the nature of • Trying to measure it or accepting it these errors allows proper assessment, modeling, and reduction • How to optimise the mining outcome (if necessary). This session discusses how to assess sampling • Remaining profitable variance, and presents strategies to mitigate large sampling errors. Chris Banasik, Director of Exploration and Geology • Quantifying errors at each step of sampling, preparation and SILVER LAKE RESOURCES analysis using a duplicate sampling tree 10.45 Morning Tea and Networking Opportunity • Understanding how to use the fundamental sampling constant to reduce sampling error 11.15 Control of Assay Data Quality in Mineral Resource • Decomposing sampling and analysis errors in destructive Estimation geochemical analysis Importance of QA/QC is unanimously recognised in the mining Clifford R. Stanley, Ph.D., P.Geo., Professor industry, however, a uniform, industry wide procedure has not been ACADIA UNIVERSITY – CANADA established. The methods used by practitioners vary significantly 5.15 Closing Remarks from the Conference Chair and End of in complexity and effectiveness. The current session will assist in Conference developing a standardised QA/QC approach in resource definition. • Methods & procedures for measuring and monitoring assay 5.30 Beginning of Interactive Workshop B: Control of Assay precision and accuracy Data Quality in Mineral Resource Estimation • Comparison & discussion of the different QA/QC techniques used in the mining industry Marat Abzalov, Ph.D., Exploration Manager - Projects (Africa & Eurasia) “The business world believes that it deals with RIO TINTO EXPLORATION absolutes. Very few things in an ore deposit are 12.00 Face to Face with Fraud Detection: Being Competent and absolute, least of all, the grade of the deposit. This Capable of Recognition This session will work though suitable strategies that satisfactorily conference is important to remind us all that there is leads to the identification and detection of frauds in sampling variation… and how to determine it, measure it and data. These vital sets of data are mandatory to achieve reliableRound Table manage it is the key to success!”Discussion information and incompetence in recognising it can be critical for investments and exploration decisions. To effeciently recognise Chris Banasik, Silver Lake Resources fraud in your data: • What should you be checking? • In which part is fraud most likely to occur? • How should I deal with incorrect data after realising it? What are the consequences? “Using field portable XRF analysers has proven to be Facilitated by Conference Chair an efficient and effective way to explore for minerals. 12.30 Lunch and Networking Opportunity It has been fast, accurate and cost effective, saving 1.45 CASE STUDY PRESENTATION: almost AUD$1 Million in assay costs in 12 months” Suziany Rocha de Souza, Principal geologist Bulk commodities,StudyCase Exploration - Project Generation Group Mark Manly, Phoenix Copper RIO TINTO To Register T: (02) 9229 1000 F: (02) 9223 2622 E: registration@iqpc.com.au
  • 5. Tuesday, May 31, 5:30pm – 8:30pm (including a light dinner) AW O R K SHOPS Internationally Acceptable QA/QC Practices To mine or not to mine? In this post-Enron era, investors ensure there is Your Workshop Leader: enough external scrutiny of the data on which resource and reserve figures Richard Agbidi Addo, Bsc. Hons, MAusIMM, Geological Data are based. Unreliable and poor quality data can cause huge economic Management Expert losses to a mining operation and its investors. BARRICK GOLD - North Mara Gold Mine, TANZANIA Quality data means the data has been generated with proper procedures, Enthusiastic, versatile, dedicated, well-organised and innovative geologist accurately transcribed from the original source and is suitable for its intended with broad ranging exposure in modern trends of generation, management purpose. Data of unquestionable quality and integrity is the lifeline of today’s and interpretation of geological data to meet internationally acceptable mining industry. standards. Has proven enormous computing skills in Database Management Softwares (acQuire, Datashed, MS-Access, SQL etc), Geographic Agenda at a glance: Information Systems packages (ArcGIS and MapInfo Discover), Geological 4.45 Introduction to Workshop and Mine Planning Softwares (Surpac, Vulcan, Minesight, basic Oasis 4.55 Identifying the Best Field Practices Montaj). An expert in Technical Report writing (NI 43–101, JORC and SOX 5.30 Understanding Laboratory Procedures compliant), sampling and QAQC and laboratory processes. 6.10 Light Dinner Specialties: Managing Generation and Processing of Geological Data , 6.40 Correct Procedures for Data Processing Managing Geological Databases, Managing GIS Databases, Sampling and 7.10 Data Quality and Integrity Assay QAQC, Managing Laboratory Contracts and Processes, Report 7.45 End of Workshop Writing Wednesday, June 1, 5:30pm - 8:30pm (including light dinner) PRACTICAL B * Control of Assay Data Quality in Mineral Resource Estimation Importance of QA/QC is unanimously recognised in the mining industry, 7.25 Selecting appropriate Techniques however, a uniform, industry wide procedure has not been established. 7.55 Toward Unified QA/QC approaches in Exploration and Mining The methods used by practitioners vary significantly in complexity and Industry effectiveness. This workshop will go deeper into assisting & developing a 8.30 End of Workshop standardised QA/QC approach in resource definition. Agenda at a glance: Your Workshop Leader: 5.30 Introduction to Workshop Marat Abzalov, Ph.D., Exploration Manager - 5.40 Deciding the Best Approach in Mineral Resource Estimation Projects (Africa & Eurasia) 6.15 Assuring Control of Assay Data Quality RIO TINTO EXPLORATION 6.55 Light Dinner Thursday, June 2, 9:00am – 12:30pm (including morning tea) PRACTICAL * C Using Statistical Models to Describe Sampling Error in Geological Materials Errors in geochemistry have historically been modeled empirically, using Your Workshop Leader: models where error is proportional to concentration. With the abundance Cliff Stanley, Ph.D., P.Geo., Professor, Dept. of Earth & and size of QAQC datasets available today, new theoretical (statistical) Environmental Science models are now available that appear to correspond well with sampling ACADIA UNIVERSITY, CANADA errors introduced during mineral exploration and mining. As a result, these Cliff Stanley received his BA degree in earth sciences (1980; Dartmouth new models have significant predictive advantages. In this workshop, we will College) and his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in geological sciences (1984 learn about these statistical models and how to use them in geochemical & 1988; UBC). After post-doctoral fellowships in numerical petrology applications. and applied geochemistry, Cliff joined the Mineral Deposit Research Unit (UBC) as adjunct professor (1992-1998), managing major porphyry Cu-Au Agenda at a glance: and lithogeochemical exploration research projects. In 1999, Cliff joined 4.45 Introduction to Workshop the Department of Earth and Environmental Science at Acadia University 4.55 Quantifying errors in samples exhibiting the ‘nugget effect’ (Wolfville, Nova Scotia) to become professor of applied geochemistry/ using Poisson statistics economic geology. Cliff has published more than 50 refereed articles and 5.30 Quantifying errors in samples that don’t exhibit a nugget presented numerous talks/posters at conferences, but is best known for effect using binomial and hypergeometric statistics his development of frequency distribution modeling software (ProbPlot) 6.10 Light Dinner for exploration geochemistry/assay datasets, and for contributions 6.40 Discussing the appropriateness, advantages and to the development/application of molar element ratio analysis of disadvantages of these statistical models in various lithogeochemistry data in mineral exploration. Recently, he has contributed applications to the development of unbiased measurement error assessment in ore 7.10 Using such models to predict appropriate sample size or the resource datasets via several papers. Cliff has served as distinguished expected sampling error in geological materials lecturer for the Association of Applied Geochemists, the Canadian Institute 7.45 End of Workshop of Mining and Metallurgy, and the AUSIMM. He has also won a number of professional presentation awards, including the Boldy Award from the Mineral Deposits Division of the Geological Association of Canada. *For interactive workshops participants are required to bring their own laptop. To Register T: (02) 9229 1000 F: (02) 9223 2622 E: registration@iqpc.com.au
  • 6. Venue: Holiday Inn City Centre Perth Sampling Australia 2011 Dates: 31 May & 01, 02 June 2011 Workshops: 31 May, 1 & 2 June 2011 To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. Venue: Holiday Inn City Centre Perth ENQRD 778-788 Hay Street PERTH WA 6000 Phone: 08 9261 7200 Fax: 08 9261 7277 Web: www.holidayinn.com.au Accommodation The Lido Group is the official booking agent for the Sampling Australia 2011 conference. They have negotiated event rates at a range of hotels including the conference venue. To take advantage of these rates & book direct on the website please go to www. samplingaustralia.com.au and click on the Venue & Accommodation page. Benefits of Sponsoring & Exhibiting: 1. Direct access to your target market. 2. Enhancing your company or brand position. HOW TO REGISTER: 3. Increasing your competitive selling advantage. (02) 9229 1000 4. Achieving a high profile association with key decision makers. 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