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Geopolitics and Supply Chains

The mining industry faces a transformative period influenced by geopolitical tensions and evolving supply chain complexities. This shift presents challenges like resource nationalism, trade wars, and the scramble for critical minerals, but also opportunities for building resilient supply chains and fostering international collaboration. Resourcing Tomorrow explores these dynamics, emphasising the importance of responsible practices, diversification, and technological innovation in adapting to this new reality and ensuring a sustainable and secure future for the mining industry.

Some of the sessions you’ll not want to miss related to this theme include:

  • A world in flux: geopolitical risks and resource security
  • Thriving in turbulent times – mining investment strategies in a time of poly and perma-crisis
  • Phosphates and potash, the forgotten critical minerals to enhance global food security
  • International collaboration opportunities to fast track global critical and strategic mineral value chains
  • How can Western critical supply chains be developed?
  • Building and financing resilient and sustainable end-to-end battery supply chains  
  • How can the mining industry add greater beneficiation in the host country and move away from the old extract and export model?

Some of the world's largest and leading

Mining & energy companies who attend

PROGRAMME

  • 13:30
  • Mon, 02 Dec
  • 13:30 - 17:30 GMT
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  • 240 min
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  • Mon, 02 Dec
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  • London Stock Exchange

Resourcing Tomorrow at the London Stock Exchange

  • 13:30 - 17:30
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  • 240 min
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  • Mon, 02 Dec
Government Roundtable (Invite only)

Theme: How can governments, mining industry and finance can collaborate towards meeting the urgency of energy transition timelines?

  • Overcoming geopolitical tensions, security of supply and climate vulnerable to ensure there are enough critical minerals supply to meet the demands of the energy transition
  • Addressing the different financing challenges across different stages of the mining life-cycle and value chain
  • How can permitting timelines be streamlined without compromising ESG concerns?

Open to:

  • All MSP and MSP-aligned countries
  • Ministers from Provinces, States and Territories 

Attendance:
• 80 Participants
• 20 Ministers plus one aide
• 20 LSE/AIM mining CEOs / representatives 
• 20 C-Suite industry representatives drawn from finance and key industry associations

Timings:
• 13.30 Arrive
• 14.00 Government Roundtable
• 16.30 Closing Bell Ceremony 
• 17.00 Drinks Reception  

Governments who attended Resourcing Tomorrow 2023 include the United States, Canada (Ontario, Quebec, Yukon, and British Columbia), Australia, Chad, Nigeria, South Sudan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom.

For more information, please contact Andrew Thake [email protected]

  • 08:50
  • Tue, 03 Dec
  • 08:50 - 11:00 GMT
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  • 130 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
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  • Stream: Resourcing Tomorrow Theatre 1

Breaking Out of the Echo Chamber: Collaborating Across the Value Chain to Deliver the Energy Transition

  • 08:50 - 09:00
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  • 10 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Opening Welcoming Address: Reserved for UK Government

An invitation will be extended to the Government post the July 4th General Election

  • 09:00 - 09:30
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  • 30 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Keynote Session: Where are the critical mineral supply shortfalls in meeting the demands of the energy transition and how can the Inflation Reduction Act meet them?

The Inflation Reduction Act revolutionary impact fits in with this year’s theme of ‘Breaking out of the echo chamber.’ Since its introduction, the Inflation Reduction has changed the landscape of the mining investment industry by accelerating the energy transition through increased investment into minerals used for EVs and renewable energy technologies. However, can Western mining supply chains be developed from upstream to downstream?

Key points discussed in this session include:
•    Where are the critical mineral supply shortfalls in meeting the demands of the energy transition and how can the Inflation Reduction Act meet them?
•    Incentives and initiatives to improve supply chain resilience
•    What infrastructure investment is required – promoting diverse and resilient supply chains, local value-addition, and beneficiation
•    What investment can we expect to see in US battery factories?

If you are interested in becoming a panellist or a moderator, contact [email protected]

  • 09:30 - 09:50
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  • 20 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Keynote Address: View from a leading major – how can the industry better resource tomorrow?

Mark Bristow is recognised as one of the world’s leading mining CEOs who has consistently broken out of the echo chamber in his career. He is a passionate believer in delivering sustainable stakeholder value. Under his leadership, firstly Randgold and now Barrick, have one of the best records in the industry for exploration, delivering on production guidance, and honouring shareholder commitments.

Mark Bristow, CEO of Barrick Gold, argues that M&A deals will not solve the looming copper shortage. This talk explores how the mining industry can invest in exploration and development of new copper deposits to meet the growing demand for green technologies.

Key takeaways include:
• Gaining insights from a mining industry leader: Hear Mark Bristow's perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing the mining industry focusing on copper and gold
• Taking a deep dive on the looming copper shortage and its impact the green energy transition
• Discovering strategies for sustainable resource development: Explore alternative approaches to M&A that can help grow copper production responsibly.

  • 09:50 - 10:20
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  • 30 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Keynote Panel: Key insights from the Government Roundtable

This session will present the key findings of the Government Roundtable that ran on 2 December. The Government Roundtable’s outcomes will differ from typical Government Roundtables in rather than it being Governments talking to other Governments, it brings togethers Governments, CEOs from the mining industry, leading finance houses, key associations, and industry experts to have meaningful and actionable discussions.

Key points discussed in this session include:
• Ensuring there are enough critical minerals supply to meet the demands of the energy transition
• Addressing the different financing challenges across different stages of the mining life cycle and value chain
• How can permitting timelines be streamlined without compromising ESG concerns?

  • 10:20 - 10:40
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  • 20 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Keynote Fireside Chat: International collaboration opportunities to fast track global critical and strategic mineral value chains

Traxys is at the centre of the global metals and minerals industry. Traxys provides sourcing, logistics, financing, and marketing services move metals and minerals to the global market faster, more efficiently, with lower working capital and less risk.

  • 10:40 - 11:00
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  • 20 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Keynote Panel: Fostering collaboration between mining companies and the midstream and downstream to build resilient critical mineral supply chains

The energy transition is not a mining story but a materials one, where minerals meet the chemical industry.’

Collaboration between mining companies (upstream), midstream (processing and refining), and downstream (manufacturing and distribution) stakeholders is crucial for building resilient supply chains in the mining industry. Can mining supply chains be developed that offer a competitive alternative to China without compromising sustainable practices?

Key points discussed in this session include:
• Identifying opportunities for efficiency improvements, cost reductions, and waste minimisation across the supply chain to enhance competitiveness and resilience
• Promoting responsible sourcing, environmental stewardship, and social responsibility throughout the supply chain to foster collaboration on sustainability initiatives 
• Leveraging technology and digital solutions to enhance collaboration and visibility across the supply chain
• Developing risk assessment and mitigation strategies to address potential disruptions in the supply chain, such as geopolitical instability, natural disasters, or regulatory change
• Establishing transparency and open lines of communication and information sharing between upstream, midstream, and downstream stakeholders

  • 15:20
  • Tue, 03 Dec
  • 15:20 - 17:00 GMT
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  • 100 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
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  • Stream: Resourcing Tomorrow Theatre 1

Rethinking traditional mining approaches

  • 15:20 - 16:00
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  • 40 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Keynote Panel: How can the mining industry add greater beneficiation in the host country and move away from the old extract and export model?

Is beneficiation practical, especially if cheap alternatives already exist (such as exporting to China for processing/smelting? We will bring together industry experts, government officials, and community representatives to explore how to increase beneficiation - processing and refining minerals within the host country. The discussion will delve into the economic and social benefits, as well as the practical considerations and challenges involved.

Key points discussed in this session include:
• Maximising resource value by defining strategies for maximising the economic benefits for host countries by processing and refining minerals domestically.
• Building local expertise: how can you develop the necessary infrastructure, skills, and workforce to support a thriving in-country beneficiation industry?
• Creating a framework that benefits both mining companies and host communities, fostering sustainable development.
• Overcoming obstacles such as infrastructure development, attracting investment, and navigating regulatory hurdle
• Does beneficiation make sense if there is already an alternative option (say a supply chain involving China) in place?

  • 16:00 - 16:20
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  • 20 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Keynote Fireside Chat: The war below: lithium, copper, and the global battle to power our lives

The world is moving towards replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy. But building electric vehicles, solar panels, and millions of other devices requires digging more mines. Critical minerals are vital to many sustainable technologies, and the competition for them is intensifying.

Ernest Scheyder is best-selling author of The War Below. In this interview he will cover some of the key themes covered his book such as
• Nations which aspire to energy independence are ever more intertwined:
• A hedge fund manager's attempt to revive rare earths mining in California needs Chinese expertise
• International reliance on Africa's mining sector persists despite concern over child labour. 
• A proposed lithium mine in Nevada would help global car manufacturers slash their dependence on fossil fuels but developing that mine could cause the extinction of a flower found nowhere else on the planet.

As the mining industry attempts to predict how the geopolitics of resource extraction will unfold, this interview provides a glimpse of the industry giants, researchers, and policymakers at the forefront of the new energy wars.

  • 16:20 - 17:00
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  • 40 min
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  • Tue, 03 Dec
Keynote Panel Discussion: The clean energy transition – bridging the divide (or) breaking down silos: a collaborative approach to securing a clean energy future

The clean energy transition hinges on a secure and sustainable supply chain for critical minerals. However, current models reveal communication gaps and a lack of collaboration between mining, renewable energy, and utility companies. This panel discussion brings together industry leaders from each sector to explore solutions for a more efficient and responsible approach. 

Current challenges include limited transparency, supply chain security, standardization and certification, community, and environmental impact 

This discussion aims to identify concrete steps for fostering stronger collaboration between the mining, renewable energy, and utilities sectors. By breaking down silos and prioritising a multifaceted approach, the clean energy transition can be achieved with greater efficiency and long-term sustainability.

Key points discussed in this session include:
• Moving beyond responsible sourcing - while responsible sourcing remains crucial, experts will delve into additional key issues impacting renewables and utilities, such as security of supply, grid integration, and standardisation
• Data-driven strategies - the discussion will be grounded in data and evidence from industry leaders like EDF, SSE, and National Grid, highlighting real-world challenges and potential solutions
• Innovation for collaboration: exploring how innovation across sectors, including new mining technologies, alternative materials, and improved recycling processes, can contribute to a more collaborative and sustainable clean energy future

  • 08:50
  • Wed, 04 Dec
  • 08:50 - 11:00 GMT
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  • 130 min
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  • Wed, 04 Dec
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  • Stream: Resourcing Tomorrow Theatre 1

Breaking out of the Echo Chamber - Rethinking Financing, Exploration and Production

  • 08:50 - 09:10
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  • 20 min
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  • Wed, 04 Dec
Keynote Panel: Considering it took on average 15.7 years for the 127 mines opened in the last two decades to move from first discovery to commercial exploration how can the mining industry bridge the distance between discovery and production and de-r

The mining industry faces a critical challenge: a slowdown in new discoveries and mine development.  This session flips the script, focusing on the immense opportunities that lie ahead. We will explore innovative strategies to bridge the gap between discovery and production, accelerate project development, and secure the resources needed for a sustainable future. 

Key points discussed in this session include:
• Towards smart exploration cutting-edge technologies and methodologies that enhance exploration efficiency and effectiveness.
• Collaborative innovative public/private financing models that incentivise investment in exploration and expedite project development.
• Why is permitting policy often not aligned with government policy towards critical minerals, and what can be changed? How best to navigate complex permitting processes more efficiently, aligning regulatory frameworks with the need for critical minerals.
• Are we slowly seeing a shift from a short-term focus on returns to a long-term view of value, encouraged by recognition that longer-term investment horizons are required to meet 2050 net-zero goals?

  • 09:10 - 09:30
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  • 20 min
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  • Wed, 04 Dec
Address: A brighter way to invest in gold

Investing in gold royalty companies offers several advantages over traditional gold investments. Royalty companies benefit from magnified returns due to their leveraged exposure to gold prices. Unlike mining companies that shoulder operational costs, royalty companies have minimal expenses. They can also quickly build diversified portfolios across numerous high-quality mines. Sandstorm, specifically, boasts a well-curated portfolio with superior project quality, asset diversification, and sustainable growth compared to competitors.

Key points discussed in this address include:
• Building a cash-flowing machine with +80% revenues from gold by 2029
• A deep dive into the Horizon Copper partnership to finance the green energy transition
• Transforming the business to capitalise on AI opportunities

  • 09:30 - 09:50
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  • 20 min
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  • Wed, 04 Dec
Keynote Fireside Chat: How can Western critical supply chains be developed?

In his new role, Dominic Raab chairs the Appian partnership with Safe, formerly known as Securing America’s Future Energy, which aims to advise Western and Middle Eastern governments on how to boost critical mineral supplies and evaluate potential projects.

China controls a significant portion of the global supply chain for critical minerals, essential for various industries and the green transition. This dominance gives them the power to disrupt Western economies through export restrictions.

Key points discussed in this fireside chat include:
• Developing a wider partnership of like-minded countries to create a secure and diverse supply chain for critical minerals.
• How can governments create a regulatory and fiscal environment that incentivizes investment in exploration, mining, and processing of critical minerals.
• Broadening the Minerals Security Partnership to be broadened to include more countries beyond traditional allies and have clearer goals and enforcement mechanisms.
• What is the work of SAFE and what role do they play?

  • 09:50 - 10:10
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  • 20 min
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  • Wed, 04 Dec
Keynote Panel: Unveiling Saudi Arabia's potential - A mining hub across the value chain

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is poised for a transformative shift, with its vast mineral wealth positioning it as a potential leader in the global mining sector. This panel discussion delves into the exciting possibilities for Saudi Arabia as a mining hub, encompassing all stages of the value chain – upstream, midstream, and downstream.

Our esteemed panellists will address:
• Unearthing the potential - examining the diverse range of minerals and resources within Saudi Arabia's geological landscape, from gold and copper to critical minerals essential for clean energy technologies.
• Building a robust upstream sector - exploring strategies for efficient exploration, responsible mining practices, and creating a globally competitive upstream mining environment in Saudi Arabia.
• Highlighting the importance of developing a robust midstream sector, focusing on processing facilities, beneficiation techniques, and creating a strong value proposition for attracting investment.
• Downstream Integration: Analysing opportunities for Saudi Arabia to integrate further into the downstream value chain, creating a diversified and knowledge-based mining ecosystem.
• The impact of government initiatives like Vision 2030 on attracting foreign investment and developing the domestic mining industry.

  • 10:10 - 10:30
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  • 20 min
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  • Wed, 04 Dec
Keynote Panel: How can the funding crisis in the junior mining space be resolved?

Juniors have the toughest jobs in the industry. Finding and advancing new projects is difficult and capital-intensive. The kickers are that the juniors have no revenue stream to finance their exploration activities; they typically rely on outside sources for funding, coupled with the nature of the financing required changing from early exploration to when projects go through PEA, PFS and BFS and into development. But junior mining financing has dried up; global exploration budgets are now half what they were 10 years ago.

Key points discussed in this session include:
• How can institutional investors be encouraged to invest in junior projects at an earlier stage?
• Reviewing alternative financing models such as royalty and streaming for the junior mine financed industry
• Understanding the importance of networks and constellations of investors to provide capital, expertise, and deal flow, significantly impacting a company's success
• How important are responsible ESG practices at attracting investment into the junior mining space?
• What government financial incentives are available?

  • 10:30 - 11:00
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  • 30 min
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  • Wed, 04 Dec
Keynote Panel: Are we fit for purpose? Redefining leadership for the energy transition

The mining industry and the way in which it delivers value to society is changing fast. Increasing volatility in global geopolitics, a decline in the wider availability of talent and skills, calls for increased transparency and accountability, and issues surrounding reputation, trust and access to land are converging to shift stakeholder expectations and drive evolution in this age-old sector. 

As companies and their priorities shift, so too must the skills and capabilities of the people who lead them. The traditional command-and-control hierarchy which served the industry well for over 100 years, is no longer enough. Today, leaders must bring humility, curiosity, empathy, and courage to all that they do if companies are to adapt and flourish through uncertainty.

Key points discussed in this session include:
• What are the skill sets required for the energy transition? Does the mining industry currently possess them? Where can it find them?
• Scaling leadership development to prepare for the energy transition and ensuring that a sound succession planning strategy is in place
• Learning to lead collaboratively – what does this mean in practice?
• Finding and upskilling board members
• Building a culture that allows leaders to learn and grow
• Avoiding groupthink mentality.

  • 08:50
  • Thu, 05 Dec
  • 08:50 - 11:00 GMT
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  • 130 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
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  • Stream: Resourcing Tomorrow Theatre 1

Breaking out of the Echo Chamber – New Approaches to Innovation and Collaboration

  • 08:50 - 09:10
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  • 20 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
Fireside Chat with an industry leader

Mark Cutifani is a mining executive with 47 years industry experience. He has worked as a C Suite Executive for 33 years, 18 as Chief Executive. He was most recently the Chief Executive of Anglo American PLC, where he led the company’s most significant transformation, delivering industry leading shareholder returns for a Major Diversified mining group. He has received numerous awards and acknowledgements including Resourcing Tomorrow’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2021. 

He is currently the Chair of the new spin off, Vale Base Metals business, while he is also a NED for TotalEnergies and the Senior NED for Laing O’Rourke. He is also involved in both NGO and charitable organisations including, The Power of Nutrition (Chair), Development Partner Institute (Director) and the Global Foundation (Chair of the International Advisory Committee).

  • 09:10 - 09:40
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  • 30 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
Keynote Session: Financing the future - unlocking critical mineral potential: government financing opportunities across the mining value chain

Governments are often the missing piece in the jigsaw when it comes to financing critical minerals projects to secure the resources needed for clean energy, technology, and national security. The session will delve into successful partnership models, address challenges, and brainstorm innovative solutions to ensure a steady supply of critical minerals for a sustainable future.

Key points discussed in this session include:
• Discussing innovative financing mechanisms to incentivize critical mineral exploration and development.
• How government investment can ensure responsible sourcing and environmental sustainability throughout the supply chain

  • 09:40 - 10:10
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  • 30 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
Keynote Panel: Is technology becoming the most valuable asset in mining and metals... and an investment opportunity?

Like all sectors, mining and metals is undergoing a digital revolution. This panel discussion dives into the surge of technological innovation and its potential to reshape the entire industry, from exploration to extraction and beyond.

Join a distinguished group of experts for insights on how advancements are driving:
• The rise of mining tech startups: exploring the surge in investment and valuations for mining tech startups as they address critical challenges and unlock new opportunities. 
• Discovering how established technology companies are partnering with mining companies to develop and implement innovative solutions. 
• The role of collaboration between mining companies, technology providers, and governments in accelerating innovation.

  • 10:10 - 10:40
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  • 30 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
Keynote Panel: Building and financing resilient and sustainable end-to-end battery supply chains

There is a recognition within the auto manufacturing industry that the race for the critical minerals necessary for EV production is a zero-sum one and that these resources are infinite. To secure a competitive advantage, maintaining unfettered supply of these materials is rising on the list of priorities auto-executives must contend with. This panel will explore the evolving relationship between EV and lithium battery suppliers with the mining world and how your company can be part of these evolving trends by: 
• Building a comprehensive picture of existing cooperation between EV and battery manufacturers and mining companies 
• Providing a pathway to unplug bottlenecks that exist not only in the supply of the raw material itself but the capital necessary to fund these activities 
• Establishing a roadmap to further OEM investment in the mining sector, where those opportunities are and what level of capital expenditure is necessary to bring projects online 
• Outlining the numerous ESG and sustainability merits of vertical integration in the EV supply chain that accounts for not only environmental but jurisdictional risk 
• Assessing the impact of new legislation such as the Inflation Reduction Act on improving capacity to pursue this activity at scale

  • 10:40 - 11:00
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  • 20 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
Keynote Panel: Deal or no deal? Is acquisition and consolidation the best way forward for the mining industry in 2025?

In a rapidly evolving mining landscape, is bigger better? This panel discussion dives deep into the future of M&A and JVs in the mining industry. Our experts will explore whether consolidation is the key to success or if alternative strategies, such as vertical integration with parts of the midstream and downstream

Key points discussed in this session include:
• Citing recent cases, does increased size lead to greater efficiency and bargaining power, or stifle innovation and competition?
• How will the growing demand for critical minerals like lithium and cobalt affect M&A activity?
• Reviewing emerging trends in M&A such as vertical integration
• Does M&A create or destroy value in the mining industry?

  • 14:00
  • Thu, 05 Dec
  • 14:00 - 16:00 GMT
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  • 120 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
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  • Stream: Resourcing Tomorrow Theatre 1

2025: Strategies for Uncertain Times in The Mining Industry

  • 14:00 - 14:40
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  • 40 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
Keynote Panel: A world in flux: geopolitical risks and resource security

The year 2024 presents a confluence of challenges: a volatile geopolitical landscape, a record number of democratic elections, and ongoing disruptions to critical supply chains. This keynote panel discussion convenes leading experts from the mining industry, energy sector, and security domain to explore how the mining industry can adapt and navigate these uncertain times to ensure a secure future for energy, defence, and space exploration.

Our esteemed panellists will address:
• Understanding the interconnectedness of resources needed for energy, defence, and space exploration, and their vulnerability to geopolitical instability
• The ripple effect of geopolitical tensions: Examining how global conflicts like the Israel-Hamas war and the Russia-Ukraine war continue to disrupt critical shipping lanes and impact energy security
• Exploring the role of the mining industry in responsibly sourcing and supplying critical minerals essential for national security and technological advancements
• How can the mining industry adapt to a changing landscape by developing flexible and resilient strategies to mitigate risk and ensure a steady supply of resources in a volatile world
• The impact of geopolitical uncertainty on the mining industry's operations and supply chains
• Developing strategies for diversifying resource sourcing and reducing dependence on potentially unstable regions
• The role of international collaboration and diplomacy in securing access to critical minerals

  • 14:40 - 15:20
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  • 40 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
Keynote Panel: Thriving in turbulent times – mining investment strategies in a time of poly and perma-crisis

From geopolitical instability and climate change to resource scarcity and economic uncertainty, a confluence of crises – "polycrisis" – is reshaping the mining investment landscape. This critical keynote panel discussion brings together leading investment experts to navigate these turbulent times and identify winning strategies for the future.

Our esteemed panellists will address:
• Deciphering the polycrisis Landscape: Understanding the interconnected web of challenges facing the mining industry, from political tensions to climate disruptions.
• Investing for resilience: developing robust investment strategies that can withstand market volatility and adapt to changing geopolitical realities.
• The rise of permacrisis: Acknowledging the potential for long-term, persistent crises and building investment portfolios with long-term sustainability in mind.
• Identifying opportunities in uncertainty: Exploring emerging trends and disruptive technologies that may unlock new investment opportunities in the mining sector.

  • 15:20 - 16:00
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  • 40 min
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  • Thu, 05 Dec
Keynote Panel: Phosphates and potash, the forgotten critical minerals to enhance global food security

In the mining industry phosphates and potash often go unnoticed, remarkable when you consider that the Haber-Bosch process, which has enabled an extra 4 billion people to live on this planet, is one of the greatest achievements of the mining industry. This session brings them to the forefront, highlighting their critical role in boosting crop yields and feeding a growing population. We will explore the challenges surrounding fertilizer use and discuss strategies for sustainable fertilizer management to ensure a stable food supply for all.

Key issues debated in this session include:
• How potash and phosphates contribute to global food security efforts, particularly in the face of a rising population and changing climate
• What are the geopolitical factors and how can the risk be mitigated?
• Exploring challenges associated with fertilizer use, such as environmental impact and resource depletion
• Sustainable strategies for efficient fertiliser application and minimizing waste
• Looking ahead to advancements in fertiliser technology and innovations that can ensure food security while protecting the environment.