“Following the success of the recent TAS “Principles of Tenement Management” Series, TAS has announced new dates for 2013. Read what others have said about TAS courses, and book early to avoid disappointment!!” Testimonials click here
Following a long association across several Australian jurisdictions, Bemax Resources Limited has chosen TAS to provide a full suite of services to their Western Australian mineral sands operations. “Cable Sands has a number of clients for Western Australia production and is regarded in the industry as an experienced and stable supplier. A reputation built over […]
Preparations continue apace for the commencement of training courses at TAS’ new, purpose built seminar and presentation rooms in Brisbane! The courses, tailored individually for differing aspects of various allied professional inputs into mining tenements and titles, have met with an excellent response. In addition, a course has been introduced for non-professionals (including investors) to […]
Preparations for TAS’ newly introduced tenement training schools are continuing apace! Each of the “Principles of …” series is designed to give each of the various professional disciplines associated with the core business of mining and exploration a structured learning experience tailored to specific professional aspects: * Introduction to Principles of Tenement Administration and Tenement […]
Bloodwood Creek is the pilot site for Carbon Energy’s first trial into commercialising its proprietary Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) technology keyseam®. Site selection and geological modelling assessment was used in the selection of this key project as well as meeting the Company’s resource requirements and economic evaluation. In addition, its location away from prime agricultural […]
TAS has taken over tenement management of the Holleton gold project on behalf of Evolution Mining. Holleton consists of some 14 mining and exploration tenements located approximately 70km south-west and along strike of Evolution’s existing Edna May project, described by Evolution as being a strategic landholding providing an ability to leverage off existing infrastructure at […]
TAS is delighted that Jay Evans-Wheeler has been requested to present workshops at the upcoming Permit Approvals Conferences to be held in Brisbane (16-18 April 2012) and Perth (14-16 May 2012).
On 15 November 2011, Jay Evans-Wheeler, Lawyer and Principal Consultant at TAS Legal, gave a presentation to the Australian Institute of Geoscientists entitled “Recent Developments in Private Land Access for Explorers in Queensland” which was very well received by all who attended.