The Economic Geologist works on international precious metals exploration projects. He blogs about his experience of the less academic side of the geology, mining and exploration industry, hoping to give students and young geologists a better grip… where the rubber meets the road. He likes to muse about the practicalities of bridging the gap between good old geology, other mining technical fields and business. The rest of the time he writes about his personal learnings as he wades through the mining industry and the odd observation on commodity markets, project development and ore deposits.

The Economic Geologist’s personal experience includes:

  • Narrow, tabular precious metal mining geology
  • Near-mine exploration and resource development
  • Feasibility studies
  • Early stage greenfield exploration in Cu-Ni-PGE, Chromite, Gold and Alluvial Diamond deposits


Ideas presented on this blog are often not his own and but he tries his best to reference them.

He is not a certified financial analyst, broker, or professional qualified to offer investment advice. Nothing on this blog constitutes or can be construed as investment advice or an offer or solicitation to buy or sell stock. While the information is believed to be accurate and reliable, it is not guaranteed or implied to be so. The information may not be complete or correct; it is provided in good faith but without any legal responsibility or obligation to provide future updates. He accepts no responsibility, or assume any liability, whatsoever, for any direct, indirect or consequential loss arising from the use of the information.


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