External links: consultants / geoscience companies
Amco Drilling — A leading mining contractor in the UK now offers specialist mineral consultancy, services include: geology, exploration, resource assessment and evaluation.
Aurum Exploration — Provides technical and management consultancy to European and North American based companies involved in base metal and gold exploration throughout Europe.
Behre Dolbear — Long established international mineral consultancy firm.
Business link — Provides business support, advice and an information service. Managed by the Department of Trade and Industry the consultancy is aimed at small to medium sized companies.
Carter Jonas — Chartered Surveyors and Consultants to the Minerals and Waste Management Industry, offering advice on site finding, planning, valuation and management.
Earthworks — An online portal for career opportunities for mineral explorationists, mining professionals, geoscientists, hydrologists, hydrogeologists, water resource professionals and remote sensing/GIS professionals.
Gemcom Software — Provides mining software that enables its clients to interpret geological deposits, develop and optimize mine designs and plans, schedule and manage production.
Geostokos — Small independent company based in Scotland, providing consultancy services and software for the minerals industry worldwide.
GWP Consultants — Previously the Geoffrey Walton consultancy. Specialises in mineral deposit evaluation and the planning and design of mines, quarries and related structures.
Harbor Aluminium Intelligence — Specialises in the aluminium market, providing regional aluminium market analysis and forecasts through regular and customised reports.
A.C.A Howe International Ltd — Carries out full range of exploration and mining services from area selection and grass roots exploration for mining companies to reserve audits and feasibility studies for financial institutions.
IMC Group — An established world leader in the supply of independent consultancy, technical, management, environmental and training services to mining, minerals, hydrocarbon and energy industries.
Maptek — A world leader of innovative software technology, building systems that process complex spatial information provides accurate, interactive geometric modelling and analysis.
Raw Materials Group — Monitor, analyse ownership, control, merger and acquisitions in the mining industry.
Roskill Information Services and Roskill Consulting Group Ltd — Provider of information on the supply, demand and end-use applications, with trade and prices of over 70 metals and minerals, as well as informed forecasts of future trends. Roskill Consulting Group Ltd focuses its resources on metals and minerals research, providing analysis and advice to organisations worldwide.
SRK (UK) Ltd — A consultancy service to the mining industry worldwide providing specialised consulting services and training.
UK Legal 500 — A table of legal firms that are involved in work concerning the mining and minerals industry.
Wardell Armstrong — Over 150 years of expertise and experience in mining, minerals, engineering and the environment and is one of the largest independent consultancies of its kind in the UK. Acts as Crown Mineral Agent for the Crown Estate in administering mineral rights and licences and leases for gold and silver exploration and development in the UK.
Wood Mackenzie — UK–based international consultancy analysing the base and precious metal industries and markets for a wide variety of clients.
WYG Planning & Design — A consultancy dealing in all aspects of minerals and waste development including planning, EIA, estates, landscape, ecology, noise, air quality and traffic impact as well as legacy issues resulting from old mine workings.