Posted in category: Mineral Economics

What can your country do for you?

- By: John P Sykes
Posted in: Blog, Exploration, Media, Mineral Economics, Mineral Policy, Mining, Publications, Strategy

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Continuing our catch-up on the May Strictly Boardroom articles, that I write with Allan Trench (The University of Western Australia) on MiningNews.net, the next article looks at the different types of mining economy, and what this means for corporate strategy and minerals policy. Borrowing from the World Economic Forum's classification of countries, we break mining economies into three types: factor-driven,…
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Resource curse is a misnomer: achieving resource blessing is the future

- By: John P Sykes
Posted in: Blog, Media, Mineral Economics, Mineral Policy, Mining, Publications

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Catching up on May's Strictly Boardroom articles on MiningNews.net by myself and Allan Trench (The University of Western Australia) the first article of the month tackles the 'resource curse'. The article entitled "Resource curse is a misnomer: achieving resource blessing is the future" looks at contradictory data on the subject produced by the World Bank. When looking at the four…
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IOM3 Mann Redmayne Medal for paper on ‘critical metals’

- By: John P Sykes
Posted in: Blog, Commodities, Media, Mineral Economics, Mining, Publications, Recommended

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Allan Trench, Josh Wright and I have received the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) Mann Redmayne Medal for our paper “Discovery, supply and demand: From metals of antiquity to critical metals”. The Mann Redmayne Medal is an IOM3 award to a member of IOM3 or AusIMM for the best paper published in one of its three Transactions of…
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The challenges of ex-China rare earth mine development (and how to overcome them)

- By: John P Sykes
Posted in: Blog, Commodities, Management, Mineral Economics, Mining, Publications, Recommended, Strategy

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Last September, my colleague Josh Wright at Rowton Ltd., presented some work done with myself and Allan Trench on "The challenges of ex-China Rare Earth Mine Development (and how to overcome them)" at the Argus Media Rare Earths Conference in Hangzhou, China. The presentation analysed the components of a good strategy for rare earths mine project development including funding options,…
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Which battery metals will be the winners in the energy transition?

- By: John P Sykes
Posted in: Blog, Commodities, Conferences, Management, Mineral Economics, Mining, PhD, Publications, Recommended, Strategy

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Last August, my colleague Josh Wright of Rowton Ltd., presented some research conducted with Allan Trench (The University of Western Australia) and myself, at the Argus Media China Metals Week Conference in Beijing, China. The presentation was entitled "Which battery metals will be the winners in the energy transition?" and is available on Slideshare: https://www.slideshare.net/JohnSykes/battery-metals-the-energy-transition-wright-et-al-sep-2016-greenfields-research-rowton-ltd-centre-for-exploration-targeting-the-university-of-western-australia   The key points of…
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