3rd Myanmar Mining Summit,

18-20 Oct, 2016 - Yangon, MYANMAR

Meliá Yangon

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About our Event Speakers

We pride ourselves in presenting to you accomplished leaders, authors and advocates with strong track records of achievement and vision in a wide array of backgrounds, professional fields and life experiences. We believe you will benefit from their years of knowledge and experience and also from the latest thinking and innovative processes driving individuals and organizations forward.

Speakers at this Event

Mr. David Royle

Mr. David Royle

Geology Consultant

Access Asia Mining Pte Ltd

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Mr. David Royle

Mr. David Royle

Geology Consultant

Access Asia Mining Pte Ltd

AGENDA SESSION

Next Generation of Mineral Discoveries in Myanmar – Role of Pre-Competitive Geoscience

Day 3 [Thu 20, October], at 09:05 AM

PROFILE

 David Royle BSc (Hons), F.AusIMM (CP), F. SEG

David Royle is a geologist with 42 years of international experience in over 40 countries in all aspects of mineral exploration and project feasibility with extensive experience at a senior management level. Previous senior positions include Business Unit Manager, Asia-Pacific for Eurasian Minerals Inc, Vice President Exploration and Business Development, East Asia Minerals Corp; Managing Director, Kentor Gold Ltd; General Manager Project Generation, MIM Exploration Pty Ltd; General Manager Exploration, Latin America, MIM International Pty Ltd, Exploration Manager Americas, Newcrest Mining Limited and Chief Geologist Telfer gold mine.

David Royle has had regional responsibility for corporate exploration programs with portfolios targeting mainly gold and copper. He has managed exploration teams over a diverse range of geographic and cultural environments which have led to the discovery of several major gold and base metal deposits in the Pacific Rim including; Tolukuma, PNG (Au), Cerro Negro, Argentina (Au), Rio Blanco, Peru (Cu-Mo) and Pierina, Peru (Au-Ag) as well as O'Callaghans (W-Cu-Zn-Pb) and Telfer alluvials, Western Australia (Au).