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February 22, 2017 - QUANTEC AT PDAC

Please join us at the

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March 5th to 8th.

We will be at booth 1323   from 10 AM  to 5PM  Sunday to Tuesday   and 9AM to 12PM on Wednesday

If you would like to arrange a private meeting during that time at our booth, please contact Rob Gordon

rgordon@quantecgeoscience.com

 

February 22, 2017 - Quantec Geophysical Survey Shows Large Brine Target at Southern Lithium’s Cruz Property, Salta Province, Argentina

Company CEO Clive Massey states: “We are extremely encouraged with the results of the geophysics and we are pleased with the level of participation investors have shown in the recently announced Private Placement. This financing will be another significant step forward for Southern as it continues to build shareholder value and execute on raising the funding necessary to accelerate the advancement of the exploration efforts at the Cruz Property in Argentina.”

Millennial’s COO Iain Scarr states: “The results of the geophysics program thus far appears to confirm our assertion that the Pocitos basin is highly likely to host significant quantities of lithium brine. Its proximity to other large resources, the structural setting, and known chemical indicators are reinforced by these results in justifying and targeting exploration drilling. We are very encouraged by this program, and are grateful to Quantec Argentina for their quality work and thoughtful interpretation. Our plan now is to commence the drilling program as soon as permitting allows. We look forward to reporting further results.”

About Quantec

Quantec Geoscience is a geophysical survey company specializing in ground-based electrical and EM surveys. Quantec offers a full turnkey solution to customers – from project planning all the way to final interpretation. Quantec has been a geophysical survey acquisition company, and it prides itself for the quality of their field work. The 5,000+ and counting surveys conducted by Quantec have been located in basically any and every type of environment found on the planet.

Southern Lithium’s Geophysical Survey Shows Large Brine Target at its Cruz Property, Salta Province, Argentina

November 10, 2016 - Brixton Metals Delineates A New Large IP and Gold-in-Soil Anomaly

The IP survey at the Chivas Zone succeeded in identifying a strong near surface chargeability high anomaly with a 2.4 kilometres strike length and up to 1.8 kilometres in width. The chargeability anomaly is open to the northwest, southeast and at depth.

Chairman and CEO of Brixton, Gary Thompson stated, “The Chivas Zone represents a very attractive large scale gold target which is to be drill tested in 2017. We are very encouraged that the IP signature at Chivas is very strong and close to surface and that it aligns well with the high gold-in-soil anomaly.”

 

November 4, 2016 - Quantec at Saskatchewan Open House

Quantec will have Roger Sharpe P.Geo and Rob Gordon P.Eng at the Saskatchewan Open House (Nov 28-30).

Find out about how ORION3D can help you map structure and target to depth. Cost effective pre-drill imaging to ensure your drill program delivers the best results possible.

Call today to find out more if you aren’t going to Saskatchewan.      416 306 1941 ext 235

October 28, 2016 - Titan 24 maps mineralized breccia pipes at Copper Fox’s Sombrero Butte Copper Project in Arizona

Elmer B. Stewart, President and CEO of Copper Fox, stated, “This study supports the presence of a buried porphyry system and shows that the breccia pipes acted as a pathway for a complex multi-phase introduction of metals and mineralized granodiorite boulders…… The fact that the 2015 Titan-24 DCIP survey (“Titan-24″) mapped the mineralized breccia pipes has advanced our interpretation of other chargeability anomalies within the property.”

 

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March 16, 2016 - Quantec surveys involved in 9 of B.C.’s top 10 discoveries since 1980

Quantec surveys a key ingredient for success

An article highlighting British Columbia’s “top 10 mineral deposit discoveries in the last 35 years” is featured in the Spring 2016 issue of AMEBC’s Mineral Exploration magazine. Quantec surveys have been conducted at 9 of the 10 properties, and in some cases played an important role in taking properties from prospect stage to economically viable mining project. Quantec added value in a number of ways, including identifying previously overlooked mineralized zones, seeing deeper than conventional methods, and guiding successful drill programs.

 

The discoveries making up the list are:

 

1. Eskay Creek

 

2. Brucejack   

  • Transitional epithermal Au-Ag in stockwork veining
  • SPARTAN MT in 2012

3. Red Chris  

  • Cu-Au-Ag porphyry
  • TITAN 24 in 2010

4. Mount Milligan   

  • Cu-Au porphyry
  • TITAN 24 in 2010

5. Kemess   

  • Cu-Au porphyry
  • TITAN 24 in 2006, 2008

6. Blackwater  

  • Low sulphide epithermal Au-Ag deposit
  • TITAN 24 in 2010, 2012, 2014; SPARTAN MT in 2013

7. Huckleberry  

  • Cu-Mo porphyry
  • TITAN 24 in 2011, 2013

8. Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell (KSM)   

  • Au-Cu-Mo porphyry
  • SPARTAN MT in 2012, 2014

9. Mount Polley   

  • Cu-Au-Ag porphyry
  • TITAN 24 in 2010

10. New Afton   

  • Cu-Au porphyry
  • TITAN 24 in 2008

 

The global track record shows that Quantec’s deep, high resolution surveys are a common factor contributing to successful mining projects.

 

If you have a project that could benefit from a Quantec survey, contact us at exploration@quantecgeoscience.com.

May 13, 2014 - David Farquhar-Smith joins Quantec Australia

May 12, 2014. Quantec Geoscience Australia is pleased to announce that David Farquhar-Smith has joined the  team in the role of Sales & Marketing Geophysicist. David will be based in Perth, and represents an important component of Quantec renewed focus on the very important Australian market.

David is a geophysicist with over 15 years’ experience in mineral exploration geophysics. He has worked throughout Australia as well as in PNG, Fiji, India and Argentina with companies such as Geopeko, CRA Exploration, Geoterrex and Encom Technology. He has extensive experience planning, acquiring, processing, imaging and interpreting potential field, radiometric and electrical surveys, on the ground, using helicopters and fixed wing. He then worked in the IT industry for more than 10 years in various roles including Project Management. Prior to joining Quantec, David was the Marketing Geophysicist at CGG Ground Geophysics. David has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Sydney and a Graduate Diploma in Computer Studies from Murdoch University. David is a member of the ASEG.

 

 

April 24, 2014 - David MacGillivray appointed Global Sales Manager

April 24, 2014. Quantec is pleased to announce that David MacGillivray has been appointed Global Sales Manager. David will be responsible for the execution of Quantec’s global sales strategy and for the management of the Sales team.

David has been with Quantec since 1996, and held progressive roles within the company. Currently he is GM of Australia where he has successfully run all aspects of the business, including both sales and operations. David will bring to his new role a deep and practical understanding of Quantec’s business, built up over almost 20 years, which will be of significant value to our customers.

David will continue to manage the Australian office until the end of 2014, and plans are underway to replace his roles there and strengthen that operation during the transition. David will be relocating back to Canada on or about June 1, 2014.

March 3, 2014 - Quantec is Exhibiting at PDAC 2014!

Visiting PDAC 2014 this week? Stop by booth #1323 and say hello to Quantec.

 

We will be showcasing our latest client project (Landore Resources), so come and see how Quantec can help you achieve your exploration goals.

 

http://www.pdac.ca/convention

February 18, 2014 - Quantec Restructuring

February 18, 2014. In response to less geophysical activity in the mining sector, Quantec conducted a restructuring last week. In addition to eliminating unnecessary general costs that had built up over the last few years of intense activity levels, the company reduced its work force, most importantly eliminating 3 VP level positions. The changes bring Quantec’s costs in line with its current revenue levels. The company does not anticipate any adverse effects to service, quality or turnaround, and in fact expects some gains in efficiency due to the streamlining of its structure.