Hear from more than 250 mining leaders and resource experts with a conference program that covers all aspects of the mining supply chain. From exploration, to investment, production to optimisation through to new technologies and global opportunities. Alongside discussions on health and safety, renewable energy, critical minerals, and sustainability.
The energy transition towards cleaner power has seen mining and energy companies seriously consider their “green transformation”, especially in relation to the industry’s commitment to decarbonisation and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
As a hybrid event, mining companies will be able to meet international investors online for Mines and Money Online Connect from 19-21 October 2021, and then meet Australian investors in-person from 31 January - 2 February 2022.
Proving to not only be an essential service, but also one that had the resilience to continue operating throughout the pandemic, mining operators adopted smarter ways of working throughout 2020, leading to this “new normal” way of doing business in 2021 and beyond.
Despite many international borders being closed globally, opportunities to invest, do business and build pipelines for future growth and development remain.
With growing community concerns around the environment and climate change, mining continues to be in the spotlight, placing critical focus on transparency and sustainability.
Technological advancements and innovation through automation, digitisation, and electrification, have considerably escalated in the past year.