Recent publications

NI 43-101 Technical Reports filed with the Securities Commission for Canadian Companies ( (Participation in more than 25 Technical Reports)

CIM 2015 Convention (Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum), Montreal; Presentation : ″Des projets de fer basés sur une bonne compréhension et définition de la minéralisation″.






  • Design and supervision of mineral exploration and drilling programs
  • Mapping, sampling : surface, open pit or underground mines
  • Core logging: geology, geotechnical, structure (oriented core)
  • Underground mine exploration, sampling, development, production
  • Design and supervision of QA/QC protocols
  • Geological-structural interpretation of deposits
  • Independent audit of exploration results or mineral resources
  • Action plan for exploration projects; independent, second opinion
  • Selection and collection of samples for metallurgical testwork (drill core or bulk)
  • Report preparation, as “Qualified Person”, for the purposes of the NI 43-101 or JORC Codes
  • Training and teaching (University level)
  • Experience of work in culturally or logistically challenging environments.