Join CSA Global at PDAC 2019

    Published on February 11th, 2019

    CSA Global will be exhibiting at this year’s PDAC Convention between 3-6 March 2019 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Canada.

    The convention will be attended by senior members of the CSA Global Vancouver, Toronto and Dublin teams.

    The four-day annual convention held in Toronto, Canada, has grown in size, stature and influence since it began in 1932 and today is the event of choice for the world’s mineral industry.

    The PDAC Convention is a temperature gauge for the sector and is renowned for bringing the latest trends, technologies, knowledge and information to Toronto every year, and participation measures how hot or cold the investor climate might be in the year ahead.

    To learn more on some of the exciting projects CSA Global has been working on, please see us at Booth 249.

    For information on PDAC 2019

    Stan Wholley, President - AmericasSTAN WHOLLEY
    President – Americas

    Stan is a geologist and a manager with 25 years’ experience in exploration and mining geology. As President of the Americas, Stan is focused on ensuring that our network of staff and associates across the globe work collaboratively to achieve best outcomes for our clients. As a principal-level consultant, Stan provides high-level advice on a diverse range of topics from project management, valuations and geo-corporate strategy relating to ASX, TSX and LSE/AIM reporting and compliance. He has strong experience in iron ore and base metal geology, together with demonstrated expertise in delivering high-quality outcomes from discovery through to resource development and training.

    Felix Lee, Director – Toronto, Canada & 1st Vice President of PDACFELIX LEE
    Director – Toronto, Canada & 1st Vice President of PDAC

    Felix has 30 years of experience in independent geological due diligence reporting and mineral property valuation opinions to clients, and is well versed in Canadian National Instrument 43-101 reporting requirements. Felix has worked on several exploration and advanced-stage development projects in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Europe, South America, Central Asia, Asia and Africa. He has been a Director of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) for the past twelve years and is currently the PDAC’s 1st VP and serves on the PDAC’s Executive, Governance and Nominating, Membership, and Human Resources Development committees. A registered Professional Geoscientist in Ontario, Felix holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from McMaster University and an MBA degree from the Kellogg School of Management and Schulich School of Business.

    Dr Neal Reynolds, Director – Vancouver, TorontoDR NEAL REYNOLDS
    Director – Vancouver, Toronto

    Dr Reynolds is a geologist with almost 30 years’ experience in the mineral exploration industry from project generation to advanced project stage, encompassing targeting studies, project management, project due diligence, audit and optimisation, and expert reporting. Neal has worked on projects globally, with extensive experience in Asia, Africa, and Australia, and is particularly sought after for his specialist expertise in the metallogeny and mining industry in Southeast Asia. He has broad commodity experience and expertise in sediment-hosted and intrusive-related base metals and gold systems. He specialises in integrated mineral systems targeting at district to deposit scale, including the effective application of sedimentary geology, lithostratigraphy, structural geology, and alteration studies.

    Paul Heaney, Principal HydrogeologistPAUL HEANEY
    Manager – Ireland

    Paul has over 26 years’ consulting experience in water resources assessment, development and management. Paul has managed and directed hydrogeological and hydrological studies associated with mine water supply, mine dewatering/depressurisation, mine closure, water quality, site water balance modelling, groundwater/surface water modelling and site wide mine water management on projects across Africa, Australia, Asia, CIS, Europe and the Middle East. Paul has extensive experience in mine water management in a wide range of climatic and hydrogeological environments, ranging from extreme cold to extreme heat and from arid desert to tropical rainforest. His experience includes both the underground and open pit mining of a wide range of metals. Paul is currently managing the hydrological, hydrogeological and hydro-geochemical aspects of numerous mining studies across the globe. Paul is committed to providing practical, high quality client focused services on time and on budget.

    Ian Trinder, Principal GeologistIAN TRINDER
    Principal Geologist

    Ian is a professional geologist with more than 30 years’ experience in working with junior exploration, mining companies and mineral exploration consultants. He has considerable field exploration and project management experience in glaciated, desert and tropical terrains and has extensive experience in compilation, integration and interpretation of exploration datasets and authoring of exploration summary reports, assessment reports and, NI 43-101 technical reports. Ian is an expert in mineral exploration including compilation, integration and interpretation of drill hole, surface geology, geophysics, geochemistry and satellite imagery exploration datasets and technical reporting. He is a Professional Geoscientist in the Provinces of Ontario (APGO) and Manitoba (APEGM), Member of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, Member of the Society of Economic Geologists.

    ADRIAN MARTINEZ VARGAS, Senior Resource GeologistADRIAN MARTINEZ VARGAS
    Senior Resource Geologist

    Adrian has 16 years of experience as a consultant on resource estimation and technical reports, operational auditing, due diligence and technical risk analysis, mine geology, sampling and geological interpretation. He has worked with various commodities such as gold, copper, nickel, submarine sills, barite, clay and limestone deposits. Some examples of Canadian and international mineral resource estimation projects where he worked are Coringa, Cow Mountain, Borden Gold Property, Gallowai Bull River Mine and Brucejack. He also worked on Cuban projects in Moa Bay, Cementos Mariel, Oro Barita and Merceditas. Adrian’s main consulting skill is the ability to identify the right techniques and parameters for resource estimation as well as potential issues of concern in each specific project. He mastered the application of multiple indicator kriging for resource estimation of gold deposits with high nugget and domaining issues. Additionally, he has experience with non-linear geostatistics and conditional simulations for resource estimation, model validation, risk analysis, drillhole spacing, among other applications.

    LEON McGARRY, Senior Resource Geologist

    LEON McGARRY 
    Senior Resource Geologist

    Leon is a geologist with 11 years’ experience as a consultant to the mining and exploration industry. Leon has a strong background in project development from exploration to economic assessment and is a Qualified Person for mineral resource estimation of many types of gold, base metal and diamond deposits. He is a Professional Member of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario and is a specialist in NI 43-101 technical reporting. His work has taken him to Africa, the Americas, Europe, Central Asia and the Middle East.

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