Day two of IMARC will see some of the most anticipated speakers on this year’s program with presentations from Adani, AECOM, BHP and China’s Belt and Road initiative.
IMARC General Manager — Asia Pacific Anita Richards said the second day of Australia’s largest mining and resources conference would keep up the momentum from day one.
“Day two of IMARC will see speeches from some of the biggest companies in global mining,” Ms Richards said.
“Dianne Jurgens — BHP’s Chief Technology Officer — will kick off proceedings on day two explaining how integration and automation are the future of mining.
“We’ll also hear from Michelle Ash from Barrick Gold on her thoughts about some of the challenges and opportunities around innovation in mining.”
Day two will also see a strong infrastructure theme with presentations from Jean Dong from China’s Belt and Road initiative, Maneesh Gupta from AECOM and of course, an update from Muthuraj Guruswamy from Adani on the Carmichael Coal and Rail project.
IMARC 2017 will feature:
• 4 days
• 5 conferences
• 7 workshops
• 30 international mining ministers
• Over 45 hours of networking
• 188 speakers
• 3,500 delegates from 77 countries
The International Mining and Resources Conference runs from 30 October to 2 November 2017 with the free exhibition running from 31 November to 2 November.