Webinar: Canada Mining – Updates from Ontario

Join Austmine on Tuesday 31 May 2022 for a live webinar exploring updates from Ontario, Canada’s leading mining province.

 

Ahead of PDAC in Toronto, 13-15 June and the upcoming Austmine Mission to Canada, 19-30 September, this webinar will provide information on current resource industry insights, opportunities and challenges.

Ontario is home to some of the most mineral-rich deposits in the world and boasts a competitive business climate, world-class talent and a track record of innovation. As high-growth sectors and the push towards a green economy drive demand for critical minerals, Ontario is uniquely positioned to become a global supplier of choice.

This webinar will feature industry speakers who will address topics from transitioning to green mining, accelerating adoption of emerging technologies and renewable energy, to accessing projects across Ontario.

'How needs-based technology roadmaps guide our sustainable future'

Vale's Base Metals business has a portfolio of world-class historical assets and future projects across the globe. Technology & Innovation is essential to realise our safety, productivity and sustainability goals and this presentation explains the important aspects of having a needs-based roadmap with a defined project plan. Collaboration is key to achieve the objectives of these roadmaps and the importance of leveraging the external ecosystem of industry, consortiums, suppliers and research houses.

Speakers

Luke Mahony, Global Head of Technology & Innovation, Low Carbon Program Leader, Vale Base Metals 

Luke Mahony is the Global Head of Technology & Innovation at Vale Base Metals - Low Carbon Program Leader for Vale Base Metals. Prior to moving to Canada, Luke headed up the Strategic and Short Term Mine Planning, Exploration, Studies & Projects, Engineering and Integrated Planning for Vale's Coal Business based in Mozambique for 5 years. Prior to working for Vale, he worked 10 years for BHP in various managerial roles covering technical, operational and financial positions. Luke holds three Masters' Degrees in Mining Engineering, Geomechanics and Finance, a Bachelor of Engineering in Mining Engineering plus other Executive and Technical statutory qualifications. 

Registrations

Austmine members – complimentary
Mining companies – complimentary
Non-members - $30 + GST

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When
31/05/2022 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
AUS Eastern Standard Time

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