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Mineral Outlook Luncheon

Is the mining industry investing enough or are metal shortages inevitable?

Julian Kettle
Julian Kettle
Vice Chairman of Metals and Mining,
Wood Mackenzie, Guildford, UK

Mining investment peaked in 2012 at $220 billion USD, then fell rapidly to a low of just $100 billion USD by 2016. Since then, the sector has taken positive steps toward recovery in the midst of ever-growing challenges. So what lies ahead?

Join us as Julian Kettle discusses the possibility of
metal shortages due to lack
of investment in the mining industry.

Mr. Kettle has 30 years of experience in the analysis of metals and mining and is a recognized authority on the aluminium industry across the value chain from bauxite mining through to end-use analysis.

He frequently presents to senior industry and financial community stakeholders on Wood Mackenzie’s analysis across the value chain of the metals and mining space covering copper, lead, nickel, zinc, iron ore, aluminium, steel and coal. His typical consulting assignments include: market environment assessment, expert witness, raw materials sourcing, contract pricing, portfolio optimization and strategic advisory relating to brownfield and greenfield investments. Mr. Kettle holds a degree in metallurgy and micro-structural engineering.

Monday, March 4, 2019
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Add to Calendar
Location: MTCC, Room 718


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TICKET: $89.99
TABLE OF 10: $899.90
(includes a three-course meal,
tax & gratuity)

 

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