Kenex has provided services and advice to the mineral exploration and mining industry in New Zealand, Australia and Internationally since 2002. We use our skills in smart spatial data management and analysis to create business opportunities and decision-making tools for our clients.
Kenex was founded in 2002 by Michelle Stokes and Dr Greg Partington, when they saw an opportunity to provide advanced spatial data analysis to aid effective targeting in the mineral exploration industry. The name Kenex, from the Scottish word Ken, derived from the German ‘Kennen’ (to know), and Ex for exploration, reflects the directors’ earth science, research, and business backgrounds.
Our team’s expert knowledge in geographic information systems (GIS) and geology, built over more than 20 years in the field, allows us to provide services including geology mapping, mineral potential mapping, and land use suitability analysis to clients across several industries including mineral exploration, renewable energy, primary production sectors, as well as government and community organisations in New Zealand, Australia and around the world.
Our services enhance our clients’ decision-making abilities and can help them save time and money by getting the most out of their spatial data. We also provide training and workshops to help our clients make better use of their data.
We work closely with our clients and partners, ensuring a professional and positive experience, and aim to sustain strong and ongoing relationships. Stakeholder engagement is an important part of our project workflows, utilising knowledge from all parties involved to deliver superior outcomes.