Latest News and Projects
Kenex Staff is expanding
Kenex is excited to announce that they have now filled two new positions and are currently in the process off employing another GIS analyst.
Geologist Emory Beck who has been working part time is now on board full time assisting with database management, GIS services including mapping, data collection/compilation and spatial analysis.
Andrew Wilkins has taken over the role of Business Development Manager working closely with our Operations Manager and Company Directors to promote and expand our services within the global minerals community and other industries. He will also continue monitoring and managing tenements held by Kenex and jointly with our Alliance Partners in Australia and South America.
Training people in QGIS at the IMW2017
Our Senior GIS Analyst Elisa has recently attended the Indigenous Mapping Wananga conference in Hamilton as QGIS trainer. She shares her experience in a new post on our blog. Read More >
GIS Analyst position at Kenex
We are seeking a talented GIS Analyst that will provide effective and efficient spatial data analysis, 2D and 3D modelling, and database management and maintenance in a GIS environment. Be part of a team of engaging, enthusiastic and dedicated people that collaborate with one another to deliver the best GIS services for a broad range of clients and industries. Read the job description >
Kenex Staff announcement
We are pleased to announce that Katie Peters has been promoted to the newly created role of New Zealand Operations Manager for Kenex.
After over 7 years with Kenex Campbell McKenzie is resigning as CEO however he is keeping close ties with Kenex and will be taking up a position as a non-executive Director. Read more >
Exploration underway in NSW and Tennant Creek for Emmerson ResourcesRecent exploration work has included the undertaking of detailed high-resolution magnetic surveys over the Wellington, Fifield and Temora properties in NSW which were targeted and acquired as part of a strategic alliance between Kenex and ERM. Read more >
Kenex latest newsletter is out!Our last newsletter for the year is out. We highlight the best of 2016 and wish you all happy holidays and a prosperous start to the New Year.
The office will remain closed from the 24th of December to the 9th of January. Merry Christmas from the Kenex team!
Kenex to collaborate with the NSW Department of Industry to undertake mineral potential studies.Kenex is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the NSW Department of Industry to undertake mineral potential studies within the Southern New England Orogen in the north-eastern part of the state. Read more >
Narembeen locals hope potential gold mine will transform their town
Explaurum Limited, which Kenex is working closely with, recently raised nearly $8 M to progress their resource expansion and exploration campaign for their Tampia gold project in WA. It is great to see they received such a positive response from residents of the small farming town of Narembeen where the project is located. Read more >
PDAC national infrastructure study completed by Kenex
Is finally online the study completed by Kenex and MinEx Consulting to assess the impact of remoteness on the mining industry, and to identify those districts in Canada where strategic investments in enhanced infrastructure could stimulate the development of new mines. Read more >
Inspiring the Next Generation of Geologists
Talking to kids about your profession or passion can be fun and inspiring for all involved. Read about our Senior Geologist Katie's great experience with her involvement in a 'Passion Ignition Workshop' at Konini Primary School. Read the post >
Explaurum new positive scoping study for Tampia gold project
Explaurum Limited has been using Kenex Ltd to provide 3D geology modelling services in support of their recently completed scoping study for the Tampia Gold Project in Western Australia. Read more >
Kenex and Emmerson Resources new permits granted in New South Wales
Kenex is pleased to announce that the first of four applications that we have made in conjunction with Alliance partner Emmerson Resources Limited in the Lachlan Fold Belt (NSW, Australia) have been granted by the NSW Department of Industry.Read more >
Kenex at the AusIMM 2016 Conference
This year the Kenex team will host a boot at the AusIMM New Zealand minerals conference, which will be held at Te Papa, in Wellington from 3rd - 6th September. Read our blog to find out what we are looking forward to this year.
Emmerson Resources presents at the Australia Investors Association National Investors Conference
Emmerson Resources Limited Managing Director Rob Bills recently presented at the Australian Investors Association Conference on the Gold Coast. Rob referred to targeting new opportunities using "big data" in alliance with Kenex. For Emmerson, new technology and ideas continue to drive exploration in both their Tennant Creek project and in identifying new gold-copper opportunities. Read more >
New Zealand Mineral Explorers - Three Tips on working well with the Government
Navigating government regulation is as important as driving the digger and feeding the plant. Check out our tips on how to navigate and streamline your dealings with NZP&M. Read more >
Emmerson Resources announce results at Edna Beryl
Our client Emmerson Resources has released new results from recent drilling of Edna Beryl in the Tennant Creek Mineral Field, NT, Australia. Read more >
Explaurum see growth at Tampia
Our client Explaurum Limited has seen significant recent growth in the exploration target area at their Tampia gold project in Western Australia. Read more >
Where do all the Pokemon GO?
Pokemon GO is the latest and probably more famous game for our smart phones. What people might not realise is that the backbone behind this great game is GIS. Without geolocalisation and maps, the game couldn't exist. Read more >
Kenex June Newsletter
The Kenex June newsletter is now online! It has been a busy start to the year for our team with lots of exciting new projects on the go. Subscribe to the newsletter to keep up to date with our news. Read more >
Emmerson Identifies targets
We are very pleased with the rapid progress made by the alliance to the project acquisition stage, from which Kenex will benefit by earning a percentage share of any future exploration success. Read more in the MiningNews.net article >
Hot Maden drilling results
Mariana Resources has released updated drilling results from their Hot Maden project in Turkey which display a number of excellent intersections of the mineralisation. Kenex completed 3D models of the mineralisation during 2015 and continues to assist Mariana with data management across a number of their projects. Read more >
News about the Tampia project
Kenex client Explaurum Limited has reported shallow, high-grade gold mineralisation at its Tampia project in Western Australia. Read more >
New alliance with Childs Geoscience Inc.
Kenex is pleased to advise the forming of an alliance with US based Childs Geoscience Incorporated (CGI). The alliance will enable Kenex to offer its key services to the North American market, through the excellent network of CGI.
Evolution's new project in Northland
Kenex client Evolution Mining is expanding its portfolio of projects in Northland, New Zealand. In the past Kenex has conducted prospectivity models and GIS compilation in the area. Read more >
Article on Resource Global Network
New Zealand based explorer and Kenex client Chatham Rock Phosphate featured in the October issue of the widely circulated Resource Global Network publication. Read more >
The Cloncurry East project
Kenex is pleased to announce the addition of a further project into our tenement portfolio: the Cloncurry East project (EPM 25784) located in the Mt Isa district (Queensland). Read more >
UMC 2015 Conference
Kenex CEO Campbell McKenzie will be attending the Underwater Mining Institute Conference in St Petersburg, Florida from the 1st -6th of November. Read more >
AusIMM 2015 publications by KenexKenex papers and posters from the 2015 AusIMM NZ Branch conference are now available online. Read more >
New Emmerson gold success
Kenex would like to congratulate our strategic alliance partner Emmerson Resources on their recent exploration success at their Mauretania prospect within the Tennant Creek project area. Read more >
Kenex is pleased to announce that we have signed a strategic alliance with ASX listed explorer Emmerson Resources to identify gold and copper exploration targets in other prospective regions of Australia beyond Emmerson’s Tennant Creek project. Kenex can earn up to a 10% interest in any tenements acquired as part of the alliance upon achieving certain predetermined milestones, with exploration costs shared proportionally. The full ASX announcement by Emmerson can be found here >
Cook Island Minerals Tender
The Cook Islands Government officially opened its tender for manganese nodule exploration acreage within the waters of the Cook Islands EEZ on 10 August 2015. The closing date for applications is 15 December 2015. Kenex is pleased to have been able to work alongside officials and provide support services and advice to the Seabed Minerals Authority in the lead up to the tender opening.
For more information about the tender, visit the Seabed Minerals Authority website >
Prospecting permit granted
Our client Pan New Zealand Resources has been granted their prospecting permit in South Taranaki for onshore ironsand deposits. Read more in this Inside Resources article by Eamon Rood.
Spatial predictive modelling explained
We successfully apply the spatial predictive modelling tools to a vast range of projects in several industries, but how does it works? And why should you be using it? This infographic explains it all.
Kenex is pleased to see the ongoing exploration success of our client Mariana Resources in regards to their Hot Maden project in Turkey.
Kenex is pleased to advise existing and potential clients of new 3D modelling services that the company can now offer.
Cook Islands Model
New prospectivity analysis and modelling in the Lachlan Fold Belt, New South Wales.
Project generation from proprietary databases
Kenex comprehensive databases of model outcomes and mine locations provide a significant advantage for the identification and acquisition of new projects..