10 Years StrongJuly 3, 2019
We’ll be honest with you all. We’re not one of those big brand mining consultancies. Neither are we backed by a multi-national company.
And that’s ok.
Because that’s not what we’re offering. We don’t want to have to answer to anyone but YOU the client, our key person. We don’t have hidden agenda’s to on-sell work up the corporate line or push secondary production services once the technical work is complete.
For over 10 years Auralia has been serving our clients in this way as a truly independent mining consultancy, true to our founding purpose: to provide one-on-one experienced expert consulting without any red tape, expensive filler or on-costs. For over 10 years, it’s an ethos that seems to have been working out pretty well.
And we couldn’t be happier.
TBT: Auralia in ZambiaJune 27, 2019
Throwback Thursday, circa 2009.
Auralia Director Steve Lampron was sent to Zambia to investigate the Mkushi copper project situated in the Luano District, which recently went back into production; up until that point, the mine had not operated since 1976.
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High Grade Gold at Ohio CreekJune 21, 2019
Auralia client Troy Resources recently announced new high-grade intersections from infill drilling at their Ohio Creek project, including visible gold in the core and rock chips. With today’s Australian Gold price having hit >$2,000/oz, it’s certainly a good time be in the gold sector!
(Pic Credit: Troy Resources)
Jungle Gold In North SumatraJune 7, 2019
Flashback Friday – The jungle of Northern Sumatra, circa 2011 and Auralia Director Steve Lampron is shown here rolling up his sleeves and assisting with a fairly complex multi-stage multi-project life of mine (LOM) along with Auralia MD Daniel Tuffin as part of their task to provide onsite teaching to staff and additional technical expertise during the mines start up period.
It was highly rewarding being able to pass on knowledge and carry out work that formed the foundation of what is today still a highly profitable mine, with gold and silver Reserves of 3Moz, and 31Moz respectively.