Roughstock conducts 43-101 Feasibility Studies and QP Reporting. National Instrument (NI) 43-101 is the standard for mineral resource companies to accurately report information about their mining properties. Core requirements for 43-101 are designed to protect investors and ensure quality of the mineral resources and the ability to economically mine these resources. All aspects of the report must be approved by the qualified person. QP’s must be an qualified engineer or geoscientist with at least five years of experience in mineral exploration and a professional designation.
Mineral resources and mineral reserves are the two primary concepts of a 43-101 Feasibility study. There are three different types of mineral resource classifications: Inferred Mineral Resource, Indicated Mineral Resource and Measured Mineral Resource; and two different types of mineral reserve classifications: Probable Mineral Reserve and Proven Mineral Reserve.
Roughstock has completed a number of 43-101 studies and reports for a variety of minerals and levels of projects. Roughstock has been part of PEA’s, PFS, and FS studies for surface, underground, and In-Situ mining projects.
Advantage 1Resource Modeling and Audit Services.
Advantage 2Mine design at all levels of 43-101 including PEA, PFS, FS.
Advantage 3Mine Economic Analysis.
Advantage 443-101 Report Completion and Qualified Person Reporting.