AusIMM prepares for first ever International Uranium Digital Conference

Global uranium experts will join a virtual hub in July for AusIMM’s first digital experience of the International Uranium Conference.

This new AusIMM initiative will provide unparalleled opportunities for delegates to network with influential uranium specialists through a tailored virtual platform.

Keynote speakers and technical specialists will discuss a changing nuclear market, explore current opportunities and future trends of the global uranium industry. Hear from an extensive line up of 18 keynote speakers including Mike Alkin, chief investment officer and founder of Sachem Cover Partners, Treva E. Klingbiel, president of TradeTech and Adam Rodman, founder and portfolio manager, Segra Capital from the United States.

Experts will share cutting edge research and critical analysis with professionals on the forecasted upturn in uranium demand, and detail opportunities for a possible Australian nuclear power industry.

AusIMM chief executive Stephen Durkin said Australia had access to highly skilled and experienced professionals in uranium mining.

“From processing to rehabilitation, community consultation, environmental performance and radiation safety, Australia has some of the most qualified professionals in the world working in our industry,” he said.

“The International Uranium Conference is a critical place for these professionals to network and share their ideas and experiences with a broader market.”

The conference will showcase innovative exploration and mining processes, leading environmental practices and investment developments from across industry, government, resources community. Experts will offer insights on the potential role of nuclear power in a lower carbon future.

Industry-leading organisations Cameco Corporation, BHP Olympic Dam, TradeTech, NuScale Power and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will all be attending, with the opportunity for attendees to schedule video meetings with company representatives. There will also be opportunities for interactive Q&A sessions and panel discussions with these global industry leaders.

Don’t miss out, there’s less than two weeks to go until the International Uranium Digital Conference 2020. To register or find out more, visit:

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