Field reconnaissance, Northern Freegold's gold property, Burro Creek, ArizonaBurro Creek, Arizona
Securing portal to Golden Wonder Mine in winter, Lake City, ColoradoGolden Wonder Mine
Lake City, ColoradoGolden Wonder Mine
Whirlwind mine, Biological fieldwork, La Sal Mountains, ColoradoLa Sal Mountains
Dirty Devil river canyon from inside 1950s era uranium mine, Poison Springs Canyon, UtahPoison Springs
Confluence of Comb Wash and San Juan River from limestone quarry, Lime Ridge, UtahLime Ridge Utah
Historic building, Lake City, ColoradoUte-Ulay Mine & Mill
Water Sampling, Winter Quarter, Colorado, 2012Tomichi Creek
Evaluating Mancos Shale formation for potential site of uranium mill near Cainville, Utah.Cainville Mill Site
GGL’s Goal = Maximize Client’s ROIs
GGL believes that successful projects are dependent on minimizing and mitigating risk in order to maximize the Return on Investment (ROI). GGL has defined risk factors specifically present in the extractive industry to include Physical, Fiscal and Political. The following questions address these factors and provide the foundation of the GGL approach.
Physical: Is the commodity present?
Fiscal: Is it economically recoverable?
Political: Is entitlement feasible?
While the first two risks are determined by empirical evidence, Political risk is far more nebulous and is characterized by potential for failure in the governmental, regulatory and community arenas. GGL offers a suite of services to bring you simple, scalable and cost efficient solutions to help overcome these complex issues and facilitate project success.