Geology & mineralogy of critical metals facilitating a low-carbon future (IN PERSON)

DATE
Tuesday, June 14, 2022
Room 801

Policymakers, end consumers and increasingly environmentally conscious industry players in North America and Europe are key drivers of the transition to carbon-neutral transportation and energy generation, which is facilitated by a suite of critical metals. This session provides an overview of Canadian opportunities in the exploration, production and processing of critical metals and minerals for a low carbon future and the geology and mineralogy of rare earths, lithium and scandium deposits. In a set of case studies, the exploration approaches and the geological and mineralogical processes controlling mineralogy and processing characteristics of the ores, and geometallurgical models will be discussed.
Chair: Don Hains, Hains Engineering, Shelburne & Volker Moeller, Agnico Eagle Mines , Toronto, Canada
Sponsored by

Rio Tinto
Time
Session
4:00 PM - 4:20 PM

Canada's strengths & opportunities in critical minerals

4:20 PM - 4:36 PM

Frontier Lithium's electric avenue

4:36 PM - 4:52 PM

Lithium in Cornwall: The foundation for a responsible UK battery supply chain

4:52 PM - 5:08 PM

Geology of the Crater Lake scandium project

5:08 PM - 5:24 PM

Geology of the Ashram REE deposit

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