Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Webinar Recording: Mining's Next Horizon Part 1: The Next Generation of Minerals - Powering Mining into the Future

Webinar Recording: Mining's Next Horizon Part 1: The Next Generation of Minerals - Powering Mining into the Future

Austmine recently completed the first webinar in our six-part Mining's Next Horizon series. This focused on "The Next Generation of Minerals - Powering Mining into the Future" and featured discussion about lithium, nickel, cobalt and other battery metals. 

Our speakers for the webinar were: 

  • Gavin Becker, General Manager Business Development, Lepidico

  • David Morgan, Market Consultant, NC Chem

They discussed a range of issues prevalent in the lithium, nickel and cobalt market, including: 

  • Drivers of the demand and uses for the next generation of minerals
  • The global outlook for battery commodities
  • Technology and processes utilised for extraction and production of battery minerals
  • Key mineral deposits, jurisdictions and projects

​You can view the recording for the webinar here. Presentations are attached below.

This series will set the scene for the innovation conversation leading up to the Austmine 2019 Conference & Exhibition, 21 - 23 May, Brisbane. Register for further webinars in the series below. 

Part 2 - 20 November 2018: Disruptive Innovations Creating Smarter Mining
Part 3 - 21 February 2019: Transforming Organisational Culture to Foster Innovative Thinking
Part 4 - 7 March 2019: Getting Ahead in the Digital Age of Mining
Part 5 - 16 April 2019: Mine Site Connectivity – Enabling the Digital Revolution
Part 6 - 2 May 2019: The Small Footprint Mine of the Future

 

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