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Prestige Lecture – Tin

June 10 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Owen Mihalop, MIMMM, C.Eng and Chief Operating Officer of Cornish Metals Inc. will deliver the Prestige Lecture on the subject of Tin, its uses, the market, operating mines and new mines coming on stream including South Crofty.

Note:  after Owen completes his presentation, he will retire to the MinSouth Wonder Building to discuss tin further with whomever is interested.  He will be in the Cornish Metals Room.  The MinSouth Wonder Building can be reached by clicking the Image of this building below.

Owen Mihalop, MIMMM, C.Eng., has 20 years’ experience in the mining industry, ranging from grass-roots geological exploration through to production mining. He started his career as an exploration geologist and then gained experience in mining engineering and production in both open-pit and underground mines, following which he became a mining consultant specialising in feasibility studies, project management and project evaluation, gaining broad experience in the mining industry as a whole. In recent years he has concentrated on project development, advancing projects in Europe and Africa towards production. Owen is a Chartered Mining Engineer and a graduate of Camborne School of Mines and he is supported by a strong team of geologists and mining engineers from the local area who have a deep understanding of the United Downs Project and the South Crofty Project.

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June 10
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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