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IMARC to explore how critical mineral mining can herald a greener future

Global demand for critical minerals is set to usher a new resources boom in Australia, where hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of future-facing minerals such as nickel, lithium, cobalt and manganese lie underfoot. Such resources will be key in the global transition towards renewables, as attendees of the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) will hear in Sydney next week. read more

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IMARC audience hears how First Nations engagement is vital to community and a successful mining supply chain alike

First Nations delegates are playing a key role at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) at the ICC Sydney this week. read more

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Mines and Money Outstanding Achievement Awards announces full shortlist

Following a record number of nominations, Resourcing Tomorrow is excited to announce the full shortlist of nominees for the Mines and Money Outstanding Achievement Awards – to be held on 1st December 2022 in London. read more

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Fleet Space announces one-year contract with Core Lithium

Fleet Space – Australia's leading space company – has signed a new contract to provide its ExoSphere satellite-based mineral exploration services to ASX-listed miner Core Lithium. read more

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James Agar, Group Procurement Officer, BHP

James Agar, BHP’s Group Procurement Officer, has called for systematic collaboration and radical transparency within the mining sector in his address to an audience of leading mining professionals during the main session at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC). read more

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IMARC 2022 to tackle mining sector’s gender divide

Closing the gender gap in mining is not only a matter of equity, it also makes business sense, according to five Australian experts who will be addressing the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Sydney in November. read more

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IMARC to discuss how mine closures are creating new regional opportunities

Experts from environmental, economic, and social-science backgrounds are set to converge in Sydney this November at the International Mining and Resources Conference & Expo (IMARC) to discuss opportunities created by the rehabilitation and repurposing of out-of-use mine sites. read more

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Upcoming forum is crucial to solving the complex mining skills gap

Leaders from the resources sector are aiming to address the chronic and systemic skills shortage facing the industry at November’s International Mining and Resources Conference & Expo (IMARC) in Sydney. read more

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New look for Europe’s leading mining investment event – Resourcing Tomorrow, brought to you by Mines and Money

Major geopolitical forces are putting new pressures on the global mining industry at a time when the sector is reinventing itself to address the opportunities of a decarbonised economy, says Content Director of world's largest resources industry event, Resourcing Tomorrow. read more

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Sydney to host IMARC, Australia’s premier resources sector conference

Australia’s largest resources sector event – the International Mining and resources Conference & Expo (IMARC) – will be held in Sydney for the first time ever, at the International Convention Centre (ICC Sydney) from 2-4 November 2022. read more

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A first look at this year’s revamped IMARC conference

Following several months of in-depth conversations with industry, organisers of this year's international Mining & Resources Conference (IMARC) have unveiled a reimagined programme that is more ambitious than ever, featuring six concurrent conferences across three-days. read more

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US ‘Mining Schools Act’: “An important step” in tackling long-term decline in enrolment and graduation rates, says SME boss

The introduction of the Mining Schools Act of 2022 – also known as the Technology Grants to Strengthen Domestic Mining Education Act of 2022 – in the US could be vital to encourage development of a new pipeline of mining engineers and other professionals, according to The Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME). read more

Latest issue – Vol 3/22
Lead stories
– Infrastructure focus
– Green gains
– Industry 4.0: Taking connectivity into hyperdrive  
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