asset requirements for mining companies

2021-01-27T10:01:21+00:00

asset requirements for mining companies

  • Global Mining Guidelines Group Asset Management

    Asset Management ISO TC 251 subcommittee acts as a bridge between the mining industry and work of the ISO TC 251 – Asset Management, specifically the ISO 55000x standards series The standards series is a global asset management systems tool to identify common practices that can be applied and utilized in the broadest possible range of

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  • Property Valuation Requirements IPO of Mining Company

      New streamlined property valuation disclosure requirements for new applicants’ listing documents came into effect on 1 January 2012 with the implementation of the Companies Ordinance (Exemption of Companies and Prospectuses from Compliance with Provisions) (Amendment) Notice 2011 and amendments to the Main Board and GEM Listing Rules of the

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  • Logistics Management for Mining Companies

      Challenge #3: Asset utilization for railcar fleets Mining companies need to control rail assets, but purchasing rail cars is not always a priority given the $50,000 and up price tag per car So the options come down to leasing cars or using railroadowned, freerunning cars Either way, managing rail equipment is a difficult and time

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  • Mining risk and assurance assetskpmg

      sound governance requirements KPMG’s Global Head of Mining, Wayne Jansen, has 24 years of audit and advisory experience across a broad range of clients Specializing in the Energy and Natural Resources industry, he has extensive experience in risk management, has led large multinational external audits, assisted companies in

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  • How Asset Management Helps Mining Companies The

      An asset management solution (Enterprise Asset Management, or EAM) helps employees gain full visibility into asset use and current conditions It is designed to help companies coordinate maintenance, operations, and budgeting aspects of asset heavy industries like mining

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  • FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF MINING PROJECTS

      HCL had good fixed asset turnover ratio compared to other two companies as it was having very less fixed assets in initial years but later it decreased from 312 to 152 during 200607 to 201011 IREL maintained a good asset turnover ratio throughout CIL turnover was very less as

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  • IFRS and the mining industry IAS Plus

    mining companies It also applies to joint venture interests and equity accounted investments IAS 36 sets out significantly different guidance on identifying an asset that may be impaired and the measurement of impairment Impairment is recognized under GAAP if an asset or group of assets’ carrying amount

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  • Financial reporting in the mining industry International

      companies in the mining sector The debate about specific guidance for exploration, evaluation, development and production of mineral resources continues This publication does not describe all IFRSs applicable to mining entities but focuses on those areas that are of most interest to companies in the sector The everchanging

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  • Technical due diligence for the mining industry – AMC

    Technical due diligence is an important part of the positive asset acquisition cycle A review by independent experts of the geological, mining, metallurgical and environmental technical parameters of an asset is critical to understanding the technical risks whilst

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  • Mining companies AlphaStream

      Target requirements Remaining mine life of at least five years Royalty and stream financing provides attractive funding for mining companies 01 Longterm funding linked to price and performance 02 Tenor that matches the life of mine of the asset

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  • Maximizing Asset Management – From Work Plan to

      What does Asset Management have to do with Financial Performance? •Mining companies need to effectively balance competing priorities – reductions in operating costs, reduction in capex requirements, revenue growth and increased asset utilization •Capital for both investments and operational purposes is becoming harder to come by

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  • Land Management Solutions for Mining Trimble

    The most fundamental asset of a mining company is land access The world’s most successful mining companies turn to Trimble for land management solutions that assist them in managing their complex portfolios of land and mineral rights and responsibilities

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  • GUIDE TO IPOs FOR MINING COMPANIES Baker McKenzie

      some offer more flexible requirements for alreadylisted companies to raise additional capital Share class structure A company may want to retain a certain share class structure Each jurisdiction has its own requirements for different class structures and there may be a listing regime tailored for mining companies in certain jurisdictions

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  • Logistics Management for Mining Companies

      Challenge #3: Asset utilization for railcar fleets Mining companies need to control rail assets, but purchasing rail cars is not always a priority given the $50,000 and up price tag per car So the options come down to leasing cars or using railroadowned, freerunning cars Either way, managing rail equipment is a difficult and time

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  • Insights into Mining assetskpmg

      The adoption of IFRS 15 introduced new requirements that revenue can only be recognized after the customer obtains control of a specified asset All of the mining companies surveyed who accounted for their streaming Pre IFRS 15 Post IFRS 15: Deferral on balance sheet: 6 5: No deferral on

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  • 4Site Mining

    Mining companies are responding to these challenges through innovative asset management strategies and technological improvements Maximize Performance, Minimize Costs While mineral exploration and mine operation have distinct maintenance and enterprise management requirements, maximizing asset performance through strategic asset management is

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  • Why Asset Management Doesn’t Work in the Mining

      Leadership within a number of major mining companies have published visionary statments regarding the role of asset managment that demonstrates a level of understanding of its importance to operating and financial success Our study shows that, in general, there is a misalignment between the executive vision and execution at the operational level

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  • Mining Asset Reliability Engineering Ausenco

    Director, Asset Management Eric is the Director of Asset Optimization for North America with 27+ years of experience in asset maintenance and reliability, operations and implementing reliability best practices

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  • 15 Biggest Mining Companies In The World Yahoo

      The biggest mining companies in the world are true giants of the industry, and the 15 companies in our list have close to $600 billion in market cap, nearly $500 billion in revenue, over $700

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  • Mining companies AlphaStream

      Target requirements Remaining mine life of at least five years Royalty and stream financing provides attractive funding for mining companies 01 Longterm funding linked to price and performance 02 Tenor that matches the life of mine of the asset

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  • Logistics Management for Mining Companies

      Challenge #3: Asset utilization for railcar fleets Mining companies need to control rail assets, but purchasing rail cars is not always a priority given the $50,000 and up price tag per car So the options come down to leasing cars or using railroadowned, freerunning cars Either way, managing rail equipment is a difficult and time

  • More
  • Maximizing Asset Management – From Work Plan to

      What does Asset Management have to do with Financial Performance? •Mining companies need to effectively balance competing priorities – reductions in operating costs, reduction in capex requirements, revenue growth and increased asset utilization •Capital for both investments and operational purposes is becoming harder to come by

  • More
  • GUIDE TO IPOs FOR MINING COMPANIES Baker McKenzie

      some offer more flexible requirements for alreadylisted companies to raise additional capital Share class structure A company may want to retain a certain share class structure Each jurisdiction has its own requirements for different class structures and there may be a listing regime tailored for mining companies in certain jurisdictions

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  • 4Site Mining

    Mining companies are responding to these challenges through innovative asset management strategies and technological improvements Maximize Performance, Minimize Costs While mineral exploration and mine operation have distinct maintenance and enterprise management requirements, maximizing asset performance through strategic asset management is

  • More
  • 14 Mining Companies to follow in 2021 (Part II) Total

      14 Mining Companies to follow in 2021 (Part II) We continue our focus on mining companies to keep an eye on in 2021 After Part I, we now focus on the final seven companies to give you a few ideas heading into the New Year Companies covered in Part II include : #JAN #KAT 14 Mining Companies to follow in 2021 (Part II) Read More »

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  • Mining Asset Reliability Engineering Ausenco

    Ben has 16+ years experience in management, engineering, construction, maintenance and operations within the gold, copper, frac sands, zinc, lead, desalination, coal, iron ore, alumina and oil and gas sectors of North and South America and Australia

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  • AMT Asset Management Software: Solutions for Mining

      AMT Mining Solutions AMT is a highly configurable asset management software tool built for mining and other heavy equipment AMT has evolved since 1999 and today is used by leading equipment management companies around the world AMT’s proactive approach to equipment management is helping organisations reduce downtime and drive down

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  • Mining Industry Information Technology Services

      Your mining enterprise needs to adapt to demandsupply variations and volatility in pricing You need to evaluate standard operating procedures and ramp up disaster management as well as business continuity programs to mitigate occupational and environmental risks

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  • Continuous Improvement Strategies in the Mining Industry

      Asset Performance Management • Large capital tied up in production related assets • Companies are focused inward to maximize returns on Capex through asset management • Companies are implementing strategies to maximize both the capability and utilization of that investment (human and capital equipment)

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  • Mining 4Site Enterprise Asset Management

    Mining companies are responding to these challenges through innovative asset management strategies and technological improvements Maximize Performance, Minimize Costs While mineral exploration and mine operation have distinct maintenance and enterprise management requirements, maximizing asset performance through strategic asset management is

  • More
  • GUIDE TO IPOs FOR MINING COMPANIES Baker McKenzie

      some offer more flexible requirements for alreadylisted companies to raise additional capital Share class structure A company may want to retain a certain share class structure Each jurisdiction has its own requirements for different class structures and there may be a listing regime tailored for mining companies in certain jurisdictions

  • More
  • Logistics Management for Mining Companies

      Challenge #3: Asset utilization for railcar fleets Mining companies need to control rail assets, but purchasing rail cars is not always a priority given the $50,000 and up price tag per car So the options come down to leasing cars or using railroadowned, freerunning cars Either way, managing rail equipment is a difficult and time

  • More
  • Financial reporting in the mining industry International

      companies in the mining sector The debate about specific guidance for exploration, evaluation, development and production of mineral resources continues This publication does not describe all IFRSs applicable to mining entities but focuses on those areas that are of most interest to companies in the sector The everchanging

  • More
  • 14 Mining Companies to follow in 2021 (Part II) Total

      14 Mining Companies to follow in 2021 (Part II) We continue our focus on mining companies to keep an eye on in 2021 After Part I, we now focus on the final seven companies to give you a few ideas heading into the New Year Companies covered in Part II include : #JAN #KAT 14 Mining Companies to follow in 2021 (Part II) Read More »

  • More
  • Mining Asset Reliability Engineering Ausenco

    Ben has 16+ years experience in management, engineering, construction, maintenance and operations within the gold, copper, frac sands, zinc, lead, desalination, coal, iron ore, alumina and oil and gas sectors of North and South America and Australia

  • More
  • Technical due diligence for the mining industry – AMC

    Technical due diligence is an important part of the positive asset acquisition cycle A review by independent experts of the geological, mining, metallurgical and environmental technical parameters of an asset is critical to understanding the technical risks whilst providing an expectation of

  • More
  • Mining Project Due Diligence Checklist v1 DANYERS

      Mining Due Diligence is a risk management process that uses independent multidisciplinary engineers, geologists, and other qualified professionals to collect, analyze, review, and assess a mining project to better understand and manage risk The requirements of a mining due diligence can vary considerably depending on the

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  • Continuous Improvement Strategies in the Mining Industry

      Asset Performance Management • Large capital tied up in production related assets • Companies are focused inward to maximize returns on Capex through asset management • Companies are implementing strategies to maximize both the capability and utilization of that investment (human and capital equipment)

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  • Our Consulting Services to Mining companies in the

    Mining companies face a number of issues that prevent them from meeting these requirements and becoming more effective They include low value planning, budget and forecasting; limited insight into operating results, and timeconsuming transaction processing

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