15 September 2018: CRC ORE recently published nine new project snapshots.

 

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This article was published in CRC ORE News - September 2018

New CRC ORE Projects

CRC ORE has published nine new project snapshots this month. They are available for download from the CRC ORE website or by clicking on the links below:

 

CRC ORE's Project Pipeline

Program 1: Define
Project snapshot
P1-001: Gamma Activation Analysis for geo-sensing - Phase 1

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P1-009: Gamma Activation Analysis for geo-sensing - Phase 2

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P1-002: PGNAA elemental logging for Instrumenting the Bench

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P1-003: Magnetic resonance of covellite for geo-sensing

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P1-004: GE.View an online tool for assessing Grade Engineering opportunities

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P1-005: Upconversion fluorescence of minerals for geo-sensing

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P1-006: Geological controls on grade by size deportment

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P1-007: Surface techniques for geo-sensing

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P1-011: Resource scale heterogeneity evaluation 

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Program 2: Separate
Project snapshot
P2-001: Sensors for rock mass characterisation

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P2-002: Blast design optimisation for Grade Engineering

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P2-003: Orebody DNA

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P2-004: LIBS analysis for Geo-sensing

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P2-005: Simulation of Grade Engineering mining processes

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Program 3: Extract
Project snapshot

P3-001: IES Baseline Project

 
P3-005: AMIRA P420F

 

P3-006: AMIRA P9Q

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P3-007: Simulation Stream Behaviour

 
P3-008: Comminution optimisation for Grade Engineering

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P3-010: Beneficiation of Hard Rock Lithium Ores

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Program 4: Control
Project snapshot
P4-001: Data driven models - Phase 1

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P4-003: Data driven models - Phase 2


P4-004: Implementation Accelerator

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P4-007: Optimised Production Scheduling for Grade Engineering

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Program 5: Operate (Implementation projects on sites)
Project snapshot
S2-060.A: Los Bronces Advanced Concept Study

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S2-060.E: Mantoverde Grade Engineering® Study

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S2-079: Los Bronces Grade Engineering® Blast Trial

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S2-082: THM Livengood GE Opportunity Assessment

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S2-085: Gruyere GE Opportunity Assessment

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P5-001.A: Escondida Differential Blasting Study

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P5-001.B: Escondida Integrated Extraction Simulator (IES) Implementation

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P5-001.C: Escondida As-Is Mapping

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P5-005.A: Advanced Fragmentation Technologies

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P5-005.B: Advance Production Modelling and Control 

 

P5-007.C: Lihir Opportunity Assessment 

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P5-009: Linking Grade Engineering® and Whittle EO 

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P5-010: Minera San Cristóbal GE Study and Production Trial - Phase 1

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P5-037: Minera San Cristóbal GE Study and Production Trial - Phase 2

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P5-011: Detour Gold GE Opportunity Assessment 

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P5-012: Los Bronces IES Implementation Project 

 

P5-015: Kalgoorlie-Boulder Mining Innovation Hub 

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P5-016: Carmen de Andacollo Screening Assessment - Phase 1

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P5-040: Carmen de Andacollo Screening Assessment - Phase 2

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P5-018: Sierra Gorda Grade Engineering Study

 

P5-019: CRC ORE - ORICA Differential Blasting Partnership

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P5-021: Surge Slave Separator-Sensing Opportunity Assessment at Minera Escondida Limitada

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P5-022: Los Bronces Opportunity Assessment and Surge Slave Separator

 

P5-023: Gramalote Grade Engineering PFS Review

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P5-025: Instrumenting the Bench

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P5-026: Bonikro Stockpile Preferential Deportment Sampling Study

 

P5-027: Los Bronces Blasting Study

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P5-028: MEL Grade Heterogeneity Study

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P5-042: BHP Heterogeneity Partnership

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P5-044: Data analytics for integrated sensor trials at Escondida

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Archived CRC ORE News items about new projects

This article was published in CRC ORE News - June 2018.

CRC ORE has published three new research snapshots. They are available for download from the CRC ORE website or by clicking on the links below:


This article was published in CRC ORE News - March 2018.

13 March 2018: CRC ORE recently published three new site snapshots on its website.

This year has seen the commencement of three new site utilisation projects all focusing on different Grade Engineering aspects. These are available in the members only area:

This article was published in CRC ORE News - June 2017.

30 June 2017: CRC ORE recently published six new project snapshots on its website.

Four new research project snapshots are available in the projects section of the website.

The two new site project snapshots are accessible by Participants only and can be found in the members-only section of the website.

CRC ORE Project Portal

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  • Annual Assembly 2018: Photos now available - presentations currently being added

    This year's Annual Assembly was held in Brisbane on 20 November 2018 at Brisbane City Hall. Essential Participants of CRC ORE also joined us for the member-only CRC ORE Implementation Council meeting the following day.
     

    •  Tuesday, 20 November 2018 CRC ORE Annual Assembly (8.30am-4:30pm, followed by canapes to 6.30pm)
    •  Wednesday, 21 November 2018 CRC ORE Implementation Council - CRC ORE Essential Participants only (8.30am-4:30pm)

     

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    CRC ORE Annual Assembly 2018
    20 November 2018
    Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane 

    It has been a significant year of activity and outcomes for CRC ORE as we approach the mid-way point of our funding term. This year’s Assembly featured leaders from across CRC ORE's Essential Participant group who took to the stage providing insights on industry issues and discussing their experiences on active CRC ORE projects and site implementation studies. This year's line up also featured several eminent mining and research industry guest speakers.


     

    PROGRAM

    REGISTRATION

    08:00 am

    Arrival tea, coffee and registration

     

    OPENING


    08:45 am

    Welcome address

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    Mr. Jon Loraine,
    Chairman,
    CRC ORE

     

    SESSION 1: ACCELERATING IMPACT    
    MODERATOR: DR. BEN ADAIR


    09:00 am

    Crossing the great divide –
    balancing imagination and application in research

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    Prof. Robin Batterham AO,
    Kernot Professor of
    Engineering,
    University of Melbourne


    09:20 am

    Industry perspective:
    BHP's open innovation program

    Spoke without a presentation deck

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    Mr. Cleve Lightfoot,
    Head of Innovation,
    BHP


    09:45 am

    The role of government in supporting
    reform & innovation in the resources industry

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    Ms. Erica Smyth
    AC FTSE FAICD,
    Non-Executive Director
    and Chairman

           

    10:15 am

    Morning tea & student poster session

     

     

     

    SESSION 2: IMPLEMENTING INNOVATION    
    MODERATOR: DR. LUKE KEENEY


    10:45 am

    Managing innovation for sustainable change

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    Keith Mayhew,
    Manager, Technology and Innovation, Teck

     

    Supporting research collaboration - 
    connecting the dots between insight and adoption

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    Vaughan Chamberlain,
    Senior Vice President:
    Strategic Technical Group,
    AngloGold Ashanti

     

    Collaboration works:
    Orica’s perspective

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    Angus Melbourne,
    Chief Commercial
    Officer, Orica


    12:00 pm

    From the desktop to the bench. 
    Early insights from the Grade Engineering production trial

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    Headshot round Luke

    Dr. Luke Keeney,
    General Manager –
    Implementation,
    CRC ORE

           

    12:30 pm

    Lunch & student poster session

     

     


    SESSION 3: THE NEW MINING RESEARCH CHALLENGES    
    MODERATOR: MS. CLYTIE DANGAR


    01:30 pm

    The journey to successful technology.
    Implementation in Mining – experience from BHP IROC

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    Ms. Michelle Elvy,
    Head of Integrated
    Operations, BHP,
    Minerals Australia


    01:55 pm

    How do successful research programs fit industry need?

    · The sensor story - what we have learnt so far

    · Understanding heterogeneity

    · Connecting our programs to new areas of interest

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    Mr. Paul Revell,
    General Manager –
    Research & Innovation,
    CRC ORE

           

    02:30 pm

    Afternoon tea & student poster session

     

     

     

    SESSION 4: TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER & COMMERCIALISATION     
    MODERATOR: MR. NICK BEATON


    03:00 pm

    Industry insights:
    Making technology pay – Hatch perspectives

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    Mr. Jan Kwak,
    Managing Director,
    Hatch Australia-Asia


    03:25 pm

    Panel discussion:
    Inspiration to commercialisation:
    Maximising impact for industry

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    PANEL

    Miner: Mike Hourn,Glencore
    Startup METS: Christian Larsen, Glass Terra
    Established METS: Michelle Carey, IMDEX
    Researcher: Prof. Robin Batterham AO, Kernot Professor of
    Engineering, University of Melbourne


    04:10 pm

    Our path to delivering impact:
    Review of CRC ORE 2017/18
    and focus for next 12 months

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    Dr. Ben Adair,
    CEO,
    CRC ORE


    04:30 pm

    Student poster award presentation

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    Dr. Sue Keay,
    Director,
    CRC ORE


    04:40 pm

    Closing

    Headshot round Jon

    Mr. Jon Loraine,
    Chairman,
    CRC ORE

           

    04:45 pm

    Canapes & networking until 6.30 pm

       


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  • 1 September 2018: This month we meet University of Newcastle PdD student, Callan Lowes. Callan is completing important research for CRC ORE’s Program 3: Extract (P3-005) being run through Curtin University. This research is being undertaken as part of the AMIRA P420F Gold project.

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  • 12 June 2018: A new online tool, GE.View, is giving the Western Australian minerals industry the power to assess and rank opportunities for increased productivity via application of Grade Engineering® on a deposit-by-deposit basis from their own or public domain data.

    The development of the innovative tool was led by the Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE). It was developed with support from the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia.

    The tool is being made freely available to the industry by CRC ORE as part of its commitment to delivering significant economic opportunities for the Australian minerals industry.

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  • Line-up of key mining events coming up in 2018

    There are a host of mining related events coming up. Following is a list of key events that CRC ORE will be keenly involved with, either in a presenting capacity or supporting as a sponsor. Wherever possible, CRC ORE supports a collaborative approach to events as we have found more penetrative engagement in teaming up with our Participants.

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  • 24 January 2018: CRC ORE has been involved in a number of high profile events in recent months. Read more about CRC ORE’s Annual Assembly line up and a successful site-based innovation leadership talk with Sumitomo at IMARC2017. CRC ORE also cooperated with METS Ignited to organise an initial consultation session for the consideration of a new CRC for the mining industry at IMARC. A couple of short courses were held – one on Geometallurgy in Tasmania and the respected Gold Plant Operators Course which was run in Kalgoorlie late last year.

    We are in the process of putting together the schedule for the coming year. Stay tuned for a listing of upcoming events in the next edition.

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  • 5 April 2018: CRC ORE's Grade Engineering modelling programs have been strengthened over the summer thanks to the work of four motivated students who joined CRC ORE for our inaugural vacation intern program. Alex Perera, James Bamford, and Jacob Rogers joined us from The University of Queensland (UQ). Samantha Maslin joined us from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) with the support of Austmine via its women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) initiative. Hear more about their work by clicking on the video below.

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  • 21 November 2017: The photos and presentations from this year's CRC ORE Annual Assembly have been added to our website.

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  • 30 June 2017: Two of CRC ORE’s Board Members have been recognised for excellence in their chosen fields in recent months. Dr Sue Keay has just been named one of Australia’s first Superstars of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). This follows news that Joe Pease has been recognised in two prestigious mining industry awards. Also in recent months, CRC ORE was awarded a high commendation for an “exceptional paper demonstrating excellence” in the CEEC Medal 2017 round.

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  • 30 November 2016: For presentations, photos and the wrap up of the 2016 Assembly, read on.

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  • 15 February 2016: Forward thinkers of the mining industry came together at the start of the year to celebrate the official launch of a second phase for the highly successful CRC ORE.

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  • 2 November 2015: The Directors of CRC ORE are very pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Ben Adair as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Australian mining innovation hub, CRC ORE Limited.

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  • 6 October 2015: The CRC ORE team has moved to CSIRO's Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies (QCAT) in Pullenvale, Brisbane.

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  • 26 May 2015:  CRC ORE is set to be funded for a second six year term with the Australian Government flagging $34.45 million to support vital ongoing work in improving the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the minerals extraction industry.

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