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Australia: Realize the opportunity

Sunday, March 4, 2018
Room 206B
Organizer: Australia Minerals
1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Australia: Realize the opportunity

Australia has a long history of successful mineral exploration and mining. Yet, it remains one of the world’s biggest untapped exploration markets. Despite geological potential across a range of commodities, up to 80% of Australia has yet to be properly explored. There’s every reason to expect these areas to be equally as productive.

Australia leads the world in the acquisition, development, application and delivery of the pre-competitive geoscience information needed to unlock Australia’s enormous mineral potential. These data are available free to any individual, government or company anywhere in the world.

Australia’s mineral industry has thrived in partnership with international investment and offers investors one of the highest returns on exploration investment in the world. Industry, government and academic sectors work together to support exploration and mining, and participation in the Australia mining sector is an opportunity to gain exposure to world’s best practices.

This seminar will bring together the leaders of Australia’s geological surveys and government investment experts to connect investors with the information they need to invest with confidence in mineral exploration in Australia.

1:15 pm Meet and greet, refreshments

1:30 pm Welcome address

1:35 pm Session 1: Overview presentations

Australia’s policy, regulatory and investment landscape; commodity overview; ‘What’s new?’

2:55 pm Afternoon tea

3:10 pm Session 2: Pre-competitive data for mineral exploration – Australia’s competitive advantage

Hear from Canadian exploration and mining companies with first-hand experience of doing business in Australia. Learn about investment-ready opportunities and take the chance to discuss prospects in detail.

4:30 pm Close

All are welcome. Registration is not required.

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