Edward Everett (Ned) Gilbert

April 17, 2018 | 0 Comments
MEG - Calgary's Mineral Exploration Group

I came across this article recently, and I post it here for the interest of our members. Ned Gilbert hasn’t come out to an MEG meeting for many years. It seems he’s still alive, but he’d be about 96 now. You can’t really blame him for not coming out to meetings anymore. Probably our most […]

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MEG Luncheon April 6, 2018 – Prize Mining

March 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
MEG - Calgary's Mineral Exploration Group

Meeting the Demands of an Electrified World: The Manto Negro Copper Project, Mexico Abstract: Meeting the demands of an increasingly electrified world is the mission of Prize Mining Corporation, a Calgary based mineral exploration and development company. The Manto Negro Project is a high grade district scale oxide copper project located in Coahuila State, northeastern […]

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MEG Luncheon Friday, March 16, 2018

February 25, 2018 | 0 Comments
MEG - Calgary's Mineral Exploration Group

New Promise in the South Walker Lane Trend in Nevada The Southern Walker Lane Trend in Nevada is experiencing a recent surge in exploration activity.   Common opinions in the mining industry describe gold deposits in the Walker Lane Trend as higher grade, but small.  This notion is beginning to change as recent exploration activity could […]

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MEG Luncheon Feb 9, 2018

January 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
MEG - Calgary's Mineral Exploration Group

The Brisas-Cristinas Gold Mining Project in Venezuela. A Case Study for International Ventures Rene J. Abreu Abstract: The Brisas-Cristinas gold and copper mining project is located in Venezuela, South America. It is one of the largest gold-copper deposits ever discovered in the Americas. A joint venture agreement to develop the project with the Venezuelan Government […]

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MEG Luncheon Jan 12 2018

January 6, 2018 | 0 Comments
MEG - Calgary's Mineral Exploration Group

To attend, please respond to megcalgary@gmail.com or membership@megcalgary.com. The only reason we ask for a response is to judge the approximate attendance so we have enough food. We don’t sell tickets, although our seating capacity is limited to about 60.  You’re welcome to just show up, but we do appreciate an RSVP. Date: Friday, January 12, […]

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