Irina Savinova



Irina Savinova is a geophysicist at  Geotechnologies. Education: Faculty of Geophysics, Russian State University for Geological Prospecting. She is a specialist in geoinformation services (GIS-services). Her work experience is more than 10 years.

DigiTech’24 Conference (Session 2)
18 April 2024 / 11:30 - 13:00 | Sary Arka 3

Analysis of the effectiveness of stage-by-stage prospecting geological and geophysical works in the discovery of new gold deposits

There are several stages of geological survey: general survey, in the case of positive prospects, large-scale survey and well-drilling. We can avoid additional costs just using these stages consistently. The whole range of works, from airborne geophysics to receiving conclusions on reserves and putting on balance, took about 5 years. The whole work ended with the discovery of a very large gold deposit named Roman and the identification of a number of targets for ground survey by Nordgold specialists. Confirmed gold reserves are at least 5 Moz.