The Mining Africa Summit 2012 will bring together the world’s leading mining companies, investors, suppliers and regulators to share best practice, new technologies and insights into both the challenges and opportunities that Africa presents.
Case studies and keynote conference sessions over two days will examine:
New technologies to ramp up production;
Case studies: Invaluable insights into the most important pilot projects, research and developments;
Infrastructure – energy, water, communications and transport;
Remote operations using data and communications;
Tackling the skills shortage and engaging the ‘lost generation’ of 30–50 year olds;
Looking to a future of politicised mining with resource scarcity.
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