Daniel Hastings is a mining professional having experience in exploration, technical services (mine planning and geology) and studies/projects, both site based and in corporate roles.
Daniel has worked on projects and operations in Australia, Canada, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Indonesia, Côte d'Ivoire and Zambia with experience predominantly in base-metals, battery materials and gold projects. Operational positions have included a variety of management, production and planning positions, as well as management of significant exploration and development projects.  He has undertaken venture analysis and due diligence reviews of a substantial number of projects globally and completed multiple, material transactions for clients.
Daniel is a member of the AusIMM and Australian Institute of Geoscientists; he is a competent person (JORC 2012) for Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves (porphyry copper, skarn, metasediment, and epithermal gold deposits); has a Bachelor of Science (Applied Geology), a Bachelor of Laws (Environmental major), and also graduate certificates in Mine Planning (WASM) and Applied finance.

Cashflow grade modelling is a major component of the strategic planning process.  It combines geology, metallurgy, mine planning, marketing, environment, finance and a number of other aspects of an operation or potential operation to provide information crucial to the strategic planning process.

About JKMRC Friday Seminars 2020

Welcome to the 2020 Series of the JKMRC Friday Seminars.  The list of presentations will aim to cover a range of topics related to the minerals sector from decision making in exploration, new mineral processing technologies, social licence to operate and mine closure.

If you wish to watch past webinars you can access the videos on the SMI website https://smi.uq.edu.au/webinars

Previous seminars have been uploaded to YouTube via the following link: https://www.youtube.com/user/smiuq