Tata Steel Mining Hosts Knowledge Sharing Session

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Bhubaneswar: Tata Steel Mining Limited (TSML) organised a technical session on “Quality of Resource Estimation: impact on the assessment of productivity through mine-mill reconciliation” for Bhubaneswar Chapter of the Mining Engineers Association of India (MEAI), a premier organization dedicated to advancing the field of mining engineering, here on Thursday. The event brought together industry experts, professionals, and enthusiasts to foster the exchange of valuable insights and expertise in the mining sector.
The session witnessed an impressive turnout of participants who eagerly engaged in discussions and learning opportunities. The event was aimed at providing a platform for knowledge dissemination, networking, and collaboration, promoting the growth of mining engineering in the region.
The session featured distinguished speaker Dr. Abani R. Samal, Principal, GeoGlobal, LLC, Utah, USA who shared his experiences, research findings, and innovative ideas on a range of pertinent topics such as mining value chain, mineral resource and reserve, mineral resource estimation, variabilities in grade tonnage estimates due to interpolation parameters and importance of accuracy of resource and reserve models.
Pankaj Satija, Managing Director, TSML and Chairman, Bhubaneswar Chapter of MEAI said, “This event reflects our commitment to enhancing the knowledge and expertise of mining professionals and promoting the responsible development of the mining industry. By bringing together experts, professionals, and enthusiasts, we aim to ignite new ideas and drive the progress of our industry, while upholding the highest standards of ethics and sustainability.”
The event was graced by eminent mining engineers from companies like Tata Steel Mining Limited, Jindal Stainless Limited, Jindal Steel and Power Limited, IMFA, JSW, FACOR and Odisha Mining Corporation. The participants discussed pertinent topics like sustainable mining practices, technological advancements in mineral extraction, environmental conservation, safety protocols, and community engagement at the do.
The Mining Engineers Association of India – Bhubaneswar Chapter – remains dedicated to organizing such knowledge-sharing initiatives on a regular basis. The chapter is committed to organise sessions on best practices across the world in the field of geoscience as well provide platform for people involved in mining industry to implement such ideas for making India among the best mining destinations of the world.

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