AJM's 14th Annual Mineral Sands Conference

Mar 4, 2014 to Mar 5, 2014

Location 328 Flinders Street, 3000
Melbourne VIC, Australia
Cost $ 2854.50
Details AJM's 14th Annual Mineral Sands Conference will be held on the 4-5 March 2014, Rydges Melbourne.

The 2-day program will focus on updates from current projects, mine expansion plans and case studies on current topical issues for the Mineral Sands industry in Australia and from around the world.

Topics for inclusion in the 2014 agenda include; industry outlook, processing trends, logistics and export, approvals of Mineral Sands mining projects, environmental rehabilitation, mineral sands exploration, new technologies and regional updates.

With news of a cyclical recovery emerging for 2014-15, particularly a recovery in demand for Zircon - The 2014 conference will offer the most up to date industry outlook.

Confirmed speakers include:
Dan McGrath, Head - Australian Operations, Iluka Resources Limited
David Freeman, Experimental Scientist, CSIRO Process Science and Engineering
David Boyd, Exploration Manager, Sheffield Resources Ltd
Tim Carstens, Managing Director, Base resources
Tony Fawdon, Managing Director, Diatreme Resources
Peter Davies, Executive Director Exploration, Image Resources
Murray Lines, Director, Stratum Resources

The Annual Australian Journal Mining's Mineral Sands Conference, is the key meeting place for Australia's Mineral Sands industry.

The event gives delegates the chance to hear from industry experts as they share their perspectives on the hot topics for the mineral sands industry

What delegates said of the 2013 event:
"I enjoyed the event and was very interested in the projects coming on line especially the overseas projects""It was a very useful conference, and a great chance to meet others within the industry. Looking forward to the next one in 2014"

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