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  • Jeddah, Saudi Arabia,
    Perth Australia

Exploration and Mining Consultancy Services

  • 1. Exploration and Mining licenses Services
  • 2. Desktop Studies (Research & Review of Geological Information) & Project Ranking
  • 3. Design & Implementation of Exploration Programs
  • 4. Geochemical Studies
  • 5. Geophysical Studies
  • 6. Regional Geological Reviews & Exploration Targeting
  • 7. Grade Control Protocols
  • 8. Exploration Management Services
  • 9. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • 10. Logistic Solutions (Transportation, visas, Communications, Customs Clearances)

Golden Compass offers Geological Exploration and Mining Consultancy Services, include determine the areas of mining licenses according to all geodetic references and geographic coordinate systems and based on the specific minerals and their technical requirements. And Submit and follow up all type of mining license, with routinely fulfills technical reports that meet the required standard for all major reporting agencies. GC clients are delivered a timely, accurate, and independent study that is then filed to the appropriate reporting agency. Clients of all commodity types, including gold, copper, and phosphates, have called on GC to carry out reserves estimates, feasibility studies, and due diligence reviews in order to complete the required technical report. 

• Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources Technical Report: 

GC prepares multi-scoping report for minerals license holder in Saudi Arabia yearly based report for exploration license, half year brief report for exploration license, annual exploration report for mining license, annual report for construction materials extraction, safety and workforce related reports, and financial reports for the holder of the mining license. 

• Crushers and Quarries Report: 

GC provides investors and owners with reports concerning mechanical, geological, and DMMR status of crushers and quarries in Saudi Arabia and GCC. 

• Australasian Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC)

The Code for Reporting Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (JORC Code) is widely accepted as a standard for professional reporting purposes. Since 1989 and 1992, respectively, it has been incorporated in the listing Rules of the Australian and New Zealand Stock Exchanges, making compliance mandatory for listing public companies in Australia and New Zealand. For more information visit: www.jorc.org