WA Mining 2019 is a brand new mining conference coming to Perth in 2019! WA Mining - "Accelerating WA's Mining Future to 2030" will look at the life of mine from operational strategy through to execution and address both the strategic and technical approaches to improve productivity, lower costs and optimise the end to end process.
WA’s overall mineral production growth will accelerate over the coming years, as rising mineral prices and a robust project pipeline boost output. The expansion of remote and deeper mines will have a direct impact on activity and productivity costs. Investment, community engagement and sustainability will also be shaped by the social and political environment that WA mining operates. As a result, mining in WA will become more complex.
At WA Mining 2019, we confront these complexities through practical case studies, seminars and panel sessions that are tailored to specific issues so you can implement strategies that will boost productivity and lower costs.
Osvaldo Urzua PhD
International Mining Expert
Former External Affairs, BHP Billiton
Professor Göran Roos
Defence South Australia Advisory Board
Mining Industry 4.0 CRC, University of Melbourne
BHP Billiton Fellow for Engineering for Remote Operations,
University of Western Australia
Hon Bill Johnston
Minister for Mines and Petroleum, Energy, Industrial Relations
Western Australian Government
Mine Lifecycles , Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland
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