Amy Lowe

BSc (AppGeo), BSc (EnvBio), GradDip Psych BM

Amy is a Senior Geologist and Financial Analyst with over 10 years’ experience across the mining value chain, encompassing exploration, resource definition, open pit and underground mining and corporate advisory.

Her broad experience includes commodities such as Gold (Au), Copper (Cu), Nickel (Ni) and Lithium (Li). Amy has also been involved in financial modelling of assets and decarbonisation initiatives, and has contributed to due diligence assessments.


  • Exploration Strategies & Management
  • JORC Resource & Reserve Statements
  • Due Diligence
  • Financial Analysis

Track Record

  • As Financial Analyst at Palaris, Amy has completed financial modelling on various coal assets, incorporting decarbonisation initiatives and ACCU strategy into NPV and NPC models.
  • During her time as a Senior Consultant at Global Ore Discovery, Amy coordinated programs of work to support Mineral Resource Estimates, including metallurgical and geotechnical test work, as well as recovery and validation of historic drill datasets, saving clients up to A$2 million in re-drilling costs.
  • Amy was part of a multi-disciplinary team who focused on improving development rates at the UG Gwalia mine. Her detailed understanding of UG mining operations and collaborative approach enabled the team to develop 11 initiatives which could help improve development rates including waste haulage management, planning and management of geotechnical hazards, and decline congestion.
  • As a Mine Geologist for Ramelius at a satellite open pit operation, Amy oversaw grade control drilling, resource modelling, ore block design, ore spotting and contractor management, which contributed to the project achieving significantly less dilution and ultimately delivering more ounces than planned.
  • Amy, as an Exploration Geologist, has been part of the teams that delineated resources at various nickel deposits in the Widgiemooltha Dome such as Burnett and South Miitel, as well as the Kvanefjeld REE-U deposit in Greenland.