*Subject to change.
Coffee and meet the Seequent Team
Nick Fogarty, Seequent
- Jillian Terry, BHP – Risk Management Considerations
- Warren Potma, CSA Global – Managing Risk with Quantitative 3D Mineral System Characterisation
- Matt Greenwood, Geological Survey of Queensland – Fair and Open Data to Promote Exploration Success and Reduce Risk
- Clint Ward, Anglo American – Collaborative Endowment Modelling in Cryptic Geological Environments
- Neville Panizza, First Quantum Minerals – The Cloud of Discovery
- Barry Bourne, Terra Resources – Reducing Exploration Risk with Geophysics – The Art of Targeting
- Martin Pujol, Rockwater – Capitalising on Available Data to Future-proof Municipal Groundwater Supplies in a Changing Climate: a Case Study
- Tsedendamba Oyunbuyan, Erdenet Mining Corporation – Solution for Geological 3D Modelling and Consumption of Leapfrog, Central at the Erdenet Mining Corporation
- David Kerr, Minalytix – An Agile Approach to Data Risk Management
Tips and Tricks:
- Zoe Reid Lindroos, Seequent – Using Economic Composites and Numeric Models to Guide Interpretation of a Mineralised System
- Lee Steven, Seequent – Constrained Geophysical Inversion Using Geological Domains
- Steve Law, Seequent – Dynamic Estimation in Leapfrog Edge
- Kathryn Gall, Seequent – Embedded Views
- James Lawton, Seequent
Visit the Seequent solutions kiosks to learn more – featuring:
- Launch of MySeequent and Seequent ID
Data Management Kiosk
- Seequent Central Portal and Browser
- DAP and DAP Dynamic
- MX Deposit
Collaborative modelling workflow
- Notifications prototype
Modelling & Geostatistics Kiosk
- Leapfrog Geo and Edge (variable orientation and transform variography)
- Oasis montaj/Leapfrog interoperability
- UAV Geophysics – new drone extension for Oasis montaj
- Target Pro – new subsurface workflows
for Esri ArcGIS
Drinks and Nibbles – Relax, socialise, discuss
Tips and Tricks presented by Kat Gall
Under Shaun’s leadership, Seequent has grown to more than 350 staff in 18 locations around the world. A proven transformational leader, Shaun is responsible for managing strategy, risk, return and growing Seequent into a full-service software provider with a global presence.
Shaun has a background in international banking and has provided strategic direction to New Zealand technology businesses. With experience in both small start-ups and large-scale commercial operations, he brings the unique know-how required to concurrently manage both current and future opportunities for successful business growth. In 2014, Shaun was awarded a Prime Minister's Business Scholarship to study at Harvard Business School and London Business School on innovation, emerging markets, strategy for value creation, and global business leadership.
Prior to this, he spent 14 years with Siemens Enterprise Communications (now Unify) in a variety of roles including VP Strategic Business Development and VP Strategic Portfolio Integration, following several years at IBM Canada as an IS systems, operational team leader.
He started his career as a Project Geologist and worked on numerous geological exploration projects in Canada and Guyana. Lawton gained a B.Sc. (hons) in Geological Sciences from Ontario’s Queen’s University.
Nick is an innovative and strategically focused professional with 15 years’ experience advising on and implementing international sales and marketing initiatives. He has extensive experience in leading global teams and operating in cross-cultural environments. Enthusiastic and creative, Nick has a passion to determine company direction and implement growth through business and technology led innovation.
She commenced employment as a mine geologist with Newmont Holdings at Telfer Gold Mine in 1985 and has worked in various senior, chief and manager roles in mine, project, resource and exploration geology at Boddington Gold Mine, OK Tedi Mine (PNG) and Sepon Mine (Laos) before commencing a global BHP Billiton resource evaluation role in 2006.
Since joining BHP, Jill has worked across all assets and commodities, is accountable for excellence in Geoscience, capability planning and development incorporating disruptive technologies and assurance and public reporting of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves. She has held the role of Vice President Geoscience from 2014 until August 2019 and has recently commenced a role as Vice President Technical Capability to deliver capability improvement for Geoscientists and Resource Engineers to meet industry requirements both now and into the near term to meet the needs of mining/ extractive automation underpinned by technology and innovation.
She has been a member of the JORC Executive committee since 2011.
Jill is a strong advocate for diversity in teams and retention of mothers in the workforce. She has raised 4 children whilst developing her career; enjoys travel and exercise and competes in 10km and half marathon events.
Steve has +10 years’ experience in production roles at open pit and underground copper and gold mines in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. From 2009 he worked as a senior resource geologist for Newmont and Goldfields. Steve has completed an MSc in Exploration Geoscience and a Graduate Certificate in Geostatistics, and is a qualified (AusIMM) Competent Person for gold and copper.
Up until 2013 he was Chief Geophysicist for Barrick Gold and is now a mineral exploration consultant to private and public international exploration groups. Barry graduated in geology and geophysics from the University of Western Australia. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists and is currently on the technical advisory committee for UWA Centre for Exploration Targeting. He was shortlisted for the Australian innovation Awards in 2012 and was Advance Global Australian of the Year-Mining and Resources in 2013.
Neville has a passion for innovation and has gained an appreciation on how challenging thinking can lead to positive outcomes.
Neville believes that working with software groups on a collaboration basis is the key to success and as an industry this collaboration is much more involved than just purchasing software.
In Australia, he has developed a thorough understanding of deep groundwater supply, managed aquifer recharge and geothermal energy projects targeting sedimentary aquifers. As a Senior Hydrogeologist at Rockwater, he has notably been involved in managing the provision of hydrogeological services to the Water Corporation on a 16 well drilling campaign for future-proofing the Perth water supply, the construction of a new injection borefield and its associated treatment plan for injecting heat-depleted water back into its source aquifer at the largest geothermal spa project in Victoria as well as numerous shallow geothermal and deep water well projects in most states of Australia.
For the past two years he has been involved with a 30 year sustainability study into the long-term water supply for Busselton Water with a focus on refining the geological understanding of the target Jurassic aquifers and future proofing the water supply against declining rainfall, rising sea water level and potential for inland salt water movement and up-coning. Mr Pujol graduated from The National School of Geology of Nancy in France with a Master of Science in 2008 and is on the board of the Australian Geothermal Association and a member of the International Association of Hydrogeologists.
He has 12 years’ experience for exploration and resource geologist at copper, molybdenum, gold and coal. Tsedendamba started his career as a geologist at Peabody polo resource LLC in 2010. Later, he was the Senior Geologist at "Mongol Uranium Resource" LLC from 2012 to 2015. Tsedendamba was responsible for the resource estimation and managing the exploration program.
After 3 years working in uranium project, Tsedendamba commenced working for Erdenet Mining Corporation as resource geologist for copper and molybdenum. Currently, he is responsible for exploration planning and resource estimation.