RE: On the connection between mine feasibility studies, valuation, and impairment analysis

In November 2021, I posted a blog post about the connection between feasibility studies, valuation, and impairment analysis. I recently came across a comment letter by SEC staff that, I believe illustrates this connection. In this post, I wanted to quickly point out how this comment letter illustrates this connection and the fact that the SEC staff are on watch for issues such as these.

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On the connection between mine feasibility studies, valuation, and impairment analysis

Most mining engineers are taught how to do mine feasibility studies in school but not all are familiar with property valuation and impairment tests. However, valuation and impairment analysis are also key aspects of the mining business that mining engineers should familiarize themselves with as they develop in their careers. In this post, I’m going to try to explain these terms, show the relationships between them, and discuss the role of mining engineers (and mine engineering work) in these.

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