The MiningIR team were at this year’s Mines and Money Conference in London at the Business Design Centre on the 26-29 November.
News updates from the event below, video interviews coming soon, stay up to date on all things mining with updates on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
It’s all things Canadian at Mines and Money day 4, eh?
Keynote: Future exploration trends in Canadian Mining.
Deep Sea Mining – Gerard Barron CEO Deep Green Metals.
Mining in Space with Robert Muller from Nasa.
Start the day with a catch-up from the major stories from yesterday.
It’s Australia ‘Straya’ Day here at Mines and Money London.
China, Trumponomics or EV, what’s driving the commodity demand?.
A rational perspective of gold. Alistair Hewitt, World Gold Council.
AI, geopolitics and mining: Dr Pippa Malmgren.
Is China’s rise to power unstoppable? Andrew Macleod.
Mines and Money London is all about Africa today – day long showcases, World Cup of Mining Pitch Battles, investor round tables and more.
The biggest stories from day two – round-up.
Resolute Mining CEO John Welborn talks about automated mining
Putting money into gold – words of advice from Egypt
Mark Preston deep dives into the future of electric vehicles
Tom Butler, CEO of ICMM – Talks about bridging the gap between government and business
The Latin America and Europe, Middle East and Asia showcases kicked off. Our writers went along to see what the big stories of the day were:
The Lost Cities, Cutucu Project – Searching for gold Ecuador
Mining Spotlight: Mikhail Damrin, CEO, Kopy Goldfields
Mineral Exploration Network (MEN) Finland
The Uranium Market – What additional political, supply and demand catalyses could make a sleepy investor pay in 2019?
Premium Spotlight – Nick Mather, CEO, SolGold
China’s one Road one Belt policy’s effect on central Asia and Russia
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