Technical reporting is a crucial aspect of the mining industry, as it provides detailed information about the mineral resources and reserves, mining methods, and economic viability of a mining project. There are several different technical reporting standards used around the world, including:
NI 43-101: Developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators, this standard is widely used in Canada and internationally for reporting mineral resources and reserves.
JORC: Developed by the Australasian Joint Ore Reserves Committee, this standard is commonly used in Australia and New Zealand for reporting mineral resources and reserves.
SAMREC: Developed by the South African Mineral Resource Committee, this standard is commonly used in South Africa for reporting mineral resources and reserves.
S-K 1300: Developed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission, this standard is the replacement for Guide 7 and is commonly used in the United States for reporting mineral resources and reserves.
At Burgex, our team of professional mining engineers, qualified geologists, and senior consultants with analytical and financial backgrounds are well-versed in all of these technical reporting standards. We understand the importance of providing accurate and compliant technical reports, and we work closely with our clients to ensure that their projects are completed on schedule and within budget. With our team of experts, you can trust that your technical report will be comprehensive, accurate, and compliant with the relevant reporting standards.
Burgex can write your NI 43-101 and S-K 1300 report from a simple listing level report designed to facilitate your IPO or private placement, to a study to support your exploration decisions. Our integrated team of geologist, engineers and mining evaluation experts provide a very solid base for our mineral evaluations. We use the latest software to produce our 3D models, block models and geo-statistics used in our reports. All work is performed by or reviewed by Qualified Personnel at Burgex before the report is submitted.
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