PRELIMINARY FEASIBILITY STUDY
We are currently assisting clients in:
South Island, New Zealand
When a new mining develop is proposed, a preliminary feasibility study is done to see if the resources can be mined economically. This is done with the assumption that risks and opportunities identified during this stage will be reviewed and updated throughout the stages of the Project life, particularly at key study milestones where the scope of the project changes significantly.
We are currently working with one of our clients who is in the preliminary feasibility stage of their project by undertaking a broad-brush risk assessment to identify potential risks and opportunities during the life of the Project. Through this, we are able to set priorities for any technical assessments that might be required as well as demonstrating a reduction in the risk profile where possible.