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made public a report, stated to be compliant with NI 43-101, along with supporting information and with a
resource statement that is compiled by a qualified person is presented on this website as
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RSC originally analysed listed mining company announcements to build up a picture of the global mining industry. Realising that mining companies in general would benefit from their work, RSC began offering a free service allowing users to view and download published reports. To begin to quantify exploration results the company produced a weekly list in which announced drilling results were converted to an Au equivalent result and ranked against each other, producing tables of the top intersections by stock exchange listing in different time periods.
Opaxe was formed in March of 2019 to take over the existing operations of RSC’s Mineral Intelligence service and to continue to develop and expand the service. Our clients include mining professionals, investors and brokers, mining companies and the media.
Opaxe is a repository for reports published by resources companies listed on the world’s major stock exchanges. Although these reports are available in the public domain they are not always easy to find. We display these reports, represented by pins, on an interactive map. Clicking on a pin brings up a window showing all reports available for the company and/or project associated with the pin. There is a download link for each report and a summary of the information available including a resource statement, best drill intersections, and the name of the QP/CP, etc.
Reports can be filtered by various criteria including commodity type, date, project status, stock exchange the company is listed on, reporting code, report type, and transaction size and type. Our users can set their preferred filters which allows them to immediately access reports based on their selected preferences, and there is a search tool allowing users to search for specific projects, stock market listing codes, competent persons and other relevant fields.
Opaxe is a subscription-based service. Non-registered users are able to view technical reports relating to gold projects. Registration to one of our subscription plans is required to view and download reports relating to any other commodity, to set up and use filter preferences, and to search for reports based on selections of commodities, project status, report type, stock exchange listing etc. Our subscribers also receive regular updates and bulletins relating to activity in the minerals sector. Details of our subscription plans can be seen here.Please access the site on a larger device to view the details on our subscription plans.
We have two main types of reports; Technical Reports concerning mineral exploration and mining projects; and Transaction Reports relating to transactions of mineral projects at any stage of development. Technical Reports mostly relate to projects that are positioned on the central part of the mining value chain while Transaction Reports cover all stages of the mining value chain (see diagram below).
We update our databases on a daily basis and most new reports are available within 72 hours of their initial publication.
Opaxe was founded by three highly experienced industry professionals supported by a team of dedicated geologists.
Nick Saunders BSc, MBA, MAICD
With a background in mining in Australia, pharmaceuticals in the UK and digital media in Eastern Europe and South America, Nick has extensive experience in leading and developing start-up’s and small businesses.
Most recently Nick was the founder and CEO of a media company headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria and operating across eastern Europe. He moved back to Australia in late 2017 and has been active in the start-up ecosystem in Perth where he mentors and advises several start-up businesses.
Nick brings strong operational, sales and marketing expertise to opaxe and is responsible for the day to day operation of the company.
Rene Sterk MSc, FAusIMM, CP(Geo), MAIG (RPGeo), MSEG, MInstD
René has delivered resource evaluation, training and geological consulting throughout Africa, Asia, Europe and Oceania in a wide variety of geological settings and commodities. He has led numerous exploration and mine geology teams in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Philippines, Mongolia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique, Ghana, Sweden and Mali. He is the principal author of several Canadian NI 43-101 and JORC compliant resource studies for gold mines in Africa and has assisted clients with exploration programs for these projects and others.
René established RSC in New Zealand in 2008 later expanding into Australia. He oversees the technical development of opaxe and manages the reporting compliance side of the business.
Craig Wright MSc, MAusIMM, MAICD
Business Strategy Director
After obtaining a master’s degree in Geology from the University of Otago Craig held a number of roles in exploration in both New Zealand and Australia before striking out on his own and founding an IT innovation and manufacturing company. Following a successful exit from that business and a period as a day trader Craig joined RSC in 2012 to manage the Australian office.
Craig brings a strong background as a creative and strategic innovator to opaxe and drives the strategic development of the company
As well as overseeing the information gathering process, Bede manages production of the weekly Resources Reports Bulletin and undertakes specialist research and analysis for clients.
Dave manages the collection and analysis of transaction reports. Dave also undertakes bespoke analysis for opaxe clients relating to transaction data.
As one of the originators of the RSC Mineral Intelligence service, Sebastian set up its database and was responsible for the development and design of all upgrades to the website. He will continue to manage both database and web-development for opaxe.
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