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How much is my ground worth? Aspects to consider when valuing mineral projects 800 448 Trivindren Naidoo

How much is my ground worth? Aspects to consider when valuing mineral projects

We at CSA Global are often called upon to answer the question of what the current value of a mineral project is. There are many factors that need to be considered when assessing the value of a mineral asset; three of the most important are: deciding on the measure of value to consider, the development stage of the project and the basis on which you plan to value it. read more
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Why Pre-Feasibility Studies Really Matter 800 448 Karl Van Olden

Why Pre-Feasibility Studies Really Matter

READY – FIRE – AIM! is a cliché that is all too often apt when describing what went wrong when a mining project is over-budget, late and off-target. For owners of mineral assets, efficient and cost-effective project development is critical for achieving value. Unfortunately, too many executive teams are taking short-cuts in their development projects to conserve money and time. read more
Pre-Feasibility Study
Is your project investment worthy? 800 448 Karl Van Olden

Is your project investment worthy?

Our team at CSA Global see many different forms of mining studies. We are in a fortunate position to work on mining projects in all stages of development. We have numerous clients who are developing new mining ventures where we assist in exploration targeting and geological modelling from the early stages of a project. read more
Buried Treasure
Finding buried treasure in your exploration data 800 448 Michael Cronwright

Finding buried treasure in your exploration data

With the global economy and population feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, most exploration teams will have been demobilised and exploration programmes suspended. As a result, many companies are in a situation where they need to preserve cash, and the flow of information to the market will dry up leaving management and investors wondering, “where to next?”.   read more