Graham de la Mare
Graham de la Mare is an experienced geologist with a strong technical background in the minerals industry. His background includes exploration and mining geology as well as many years of specialist resource estimation and evaluation.
Graham’s consulting experience includes over six years with RungePincockMinarco, with the last three years as Principal Consultant, where he was responsible for Mineral Resource estimation and reporting, due diligence investigations and mining studies on a wide range of projects encompassing a variety of commodities in multiple jurisdictions.
Recent company roles included Senior Resource Geologist roles with BHP Iron Ore and Bauxite Alumina JV. These roles involved the planning of resource definition programs , interpretation and estimation of the various commodities and liaison with development teams to advance the projects.
Previous company roles include exploration and mine geology at gold mines in Western Australia, open pit zinc mining in South Australia, and underground copper mining in North Queensland.
Graham’s main area of expertise is analysis, interpretation and modelling of exploration and mining data to generate reliable Mineral Resource estimates or geological models for project evaluation. In addition to being an expert user of Surpac and Supervisor software, Graham is working towards a formal qualification in GIS systems. Graham is a Member of the AIG.