Austmine has received the federal government’s business grant for the annual Austmine 2021: Harnessing Intelligence Conference and Exhibition.
With less than a month to go, the countdown has begun for AusIMM’s first ever Preconcentration Digital Conference.
The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) will combine in-person and virtual components to deliver a hybrid event model for its 2021 conference series.
Take advantage of AusIMM’s early bird discount tickets for the upcoming Lithium and Battery Metals Digital Conference.
The South Australian Government’s Copper to the World conference will be held online on June 23. Speakers will discuss issues ranging from re-establishing output growth after COVID-19, meeting enhanced market expectations on environmental, social and governance, and transitioning to low-emission mining.
The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) is set to launch a series of digital conferences this year, including the uranium, lithium and Minesafe conferences.
AusIMM has launched an International Women’s Day campaign to celebrate the successes and raise awareness of the challenges women face in the resources sector.
BHP has formed a six-year partnership with the AusIMM to strengthen the calibre of technical and leadership conferences in the resources sector.
As the pressure to shift from non-renewable to renewable resources spreads across the industry, the outer space presents an infinite reserve of highly-valued elements.
The pace and scale of change in the international resources sector comes as no surprise to most mining professionals across the globe.
With energy security and climate policy a priority for not only the sector but for the country, AIMEX on day three is primed for robust discussion and healthy debate.
Day two of AIMEX is on track to be the busiest day of the event, with a full conference program, over 500 suppliers to see and networking events to attend.
The World Gold Conference series (2019 will be the eighth conference since inception) is a joint venture between AusIMM, the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM), highlighting the ongoing collaboration of professional peak bodies in the resources industry globally.
The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne this week is set to exceed industry expectations, having confirmed more than 3500 people to attend – a 40 per cent increase on last year’s attendance.
The Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference will take place this year on the Gold Coast for the first time since its inception 28 years ago.
The South Australian government have pledged another $2 million to drive exploration growth in the burgeoning mining state.
Newcastle will host nearly 600 delegates from the mining and geoscience communities next week at the Australian Earth Sciences Convention.
The Australian exploration community has demonstrated great resolve in a tough year, with an excellent show of enthusiasm at the Sydney 2014 RIU Resources Round Up.
The RIU Sydney Resources Round-up has built up a top-notch reputation over the last 11 years and continues to bring together great companies doing amazing work in the world of commodities.
Chair of WA’s Indigenous Women in Mining Council said racism is rife throughout the resource sector, and has seen many Aboriginal employees walk off the job.