A diverse range of innovative drilling programs and geophysical surveys across the Territory will be co-funded under round 15 of the Geophysics and Drilling Collaborations program.
The ongoing program to capture all legacy open-file exploration drilling and geochemistry data across the Territory, continues with the release of data from the Bonney Well 1:250 000 map sheet.
The annual Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) Conference is being held in Brisbane from 16 - 19 May. NTGS will be presenting in the Technical & Business program.
Do you have an exploration program planned that may be eligible for co-funding? Round 15 of the Geophysics and Drilling Collaboration program is currently open for applications and will close Friday 29th April 2022.
With another successful AGES coming to a close, the AGES 2022 proceedings volume and individual abstracts are now available to download.
AGES 2022 is shaping up to be an exciting event with more than 260 delegates registered. There are only a handful of conference dinner tickets left, so be quick to secure a place.
Mineral exploration expenditure in the Territory was $153.4 million in 2021, making it the strongest year in exploration since 2011.
NTGS has released the updated Digital Information Package (DIP) 014 comprising a compilation of shale data from 22,935 samples from the greater McArthur Basin, and includes a 56% increase in the total number of samples analysed.
There is now only four weeks to go until the Annual Geoscience Exploration Seminar (AGES), will be held at the Alice Springs Convention Centre from April 5-6 2022.
Do you have an exploration program that may be eligible for co-funding? Check out our presentations on what you need to know to apply for round 15 of the Geophysics and Drilling Collaborations program. Applications open now through GrantsNT.