How, Who, Where, What … RENEWABLES for MINING Perth Workshop?
Presentation: The Energy & Mines Workshop arrives to Australia
During 2015 and 2016 Energy and Mines organized 6 pre-summit workshops in North and South America, Africa and Europe. June 28th 2017 this workshop will arrive to Perth, Australia.
Workshop Reception desk Toronto 2016
Toronto 2015 & 2016 (Canada) Workshops
Santiago 2015 & 2016 (Chile) Workshops
Johannesburg (South Africa) and London (UK) Workshops
Who & Why should attend, target, goals
Dr. Arnoldus M. van den Hurk is a Trainer in Technical and Financial Education about Mining and Energy (Power & Fuel) for Professionals in the Climate Change Era. He is Ph. D. In Geology (Barcelona and Tübingen Universities) and MBA (Madrid – Shanghai Tongji University). He is General Manager of R4mining and Director of REMIO (Renewable Energies and Mining International Observatory).
Fotos: (left) Perú and (right) Chile workshops
For 30 years, Arnold has been an adviser and professional in geo-mining, renewable energies, company and real estate appraisal and financial analysis. He has worked in Europe, South America, the Caribbean, Africa and China.
He has wide knowledge and experience in both renewable and mining sectors. He is passionate about connecting these two sectors to improve the three bottom line efficiency of mining reducing uncertainties and risks in mitigating Climate Change.
It has also extensive experience in training in Universities, Business Schools and companies in Barcelona, Lima, Madrid, Tübingen, Tongi-Shanghai, Anhui China, Lima-Peru, Santiago Chile, Toronto, London, Johannesburg, Cartagena-Colombia, Curaçao, etc. .). His LinkedIn Group about Renewables for Mining and Oil Industry has more than 1,000 members.
Workshop Peru (left; 2016); Santiago Chile Conference (centre, 2015) and Toronto conference (right, 2014)
Last one day international workshop made by Dr. van den Hurk was at Lima, Perú as special guest for the 2nd Mining and Renewables Peruvian Congress November 28-30 2016
Composition of the Workshop r4mining at Lima (Peru) November 2016
Energy and Mines is the leading global information and event media provider for energy management and operations of the mining sector. Through its global Summit series (Canada, South Africa, Chile, UK, Australia) web portal and newsletter, Energy and Mines brings together the mining and renewable energy sectors to drive solutions for affordable, reliable and sustainable power for mines.
2016 RENEWABLES AND MINING RANKINGS & AWARDS
Registration is now open. For more information, visit www.australia.energyandmines.com for more details and contact Adrienne Baker at
+1 613 680 2482
List of companies attending previous workshops
1. Engineering & Construction
2. Equipment Manufacturers
3. Utilities (Power & Fuel)
4. Mining, Institutional and Others
At the end of units: Coffee Break and Lunch.
UNIT A: INTRODUCTION TO MINING CYCLE
20 minutes per Session
- Session 1: Introduction to Renewables & Mining
- Minerals, metals, ore and mine lifecycle. Reserves and resources. Metals and Alloys. Renewables and Mining major segments. 2016 R&M Awards.
- Session 2: Mining Exploration
- Greenfield and Brownfield Exploration. Geophysics. Geochemistry. Geology. Diamond Core Drilling. Economics of Mineral Exploration. Pre-feasibility Reports. Stock Market Junior Mines Finance
- Session 3: Mining Planning
- Infrastructure (Energy, Water, Transport, Dewatering). Mining Engineers. Workforce. FIFO Decisions. Social & Environmental Considerations. Indigenous Impacts. Social License Decision Point. Digging Through the Numbers. Mine Cost Curves. Resource Equities Analysts. Mine Economics Decision Point. Feasibility Reports. Mine Transport. Trucks. Trains. Pipes. Ports
- Session 4: Mining Operation
- Living Plan. Geotechnical Engineering. Types of Mining. Surface Mining (Open Pit, Strip, Quarry, Leach, Dredge). Underground Mining (Room & Pillar, Open Stoping. Longwall, Sub-level, Block Coving). Processing (Gold, Iron Ore, Nickel, Copper). Blasting. Hauling. Comminution (grinding and milling). Concentration. Extractive Metallurgy (hydro – leaching, Pyro – smelting; Electro – refining).
- Session 5: Mining Closure
- Closure vs. Reclamation. Care and Maintenance. Economics of Mine Closure. Closing a Mine. Mine Closure Examples. Renewables in Mine Closure.
UNIT B: MINING ENERGY USE, DEMAND, STORAGE & FUTURE DEMAND
- Session 6: Open Pit Mining Energy Requirements & Future Trends
- Electricity and Fuels. Power requirements (Drilling & Blasting, Excavation & Hauling, Lighting, Ore conveying, Concentration – Grinding & Crushing – Flotation). Copper, Gold and Iron Ore Mining.
- Session 7: Underground Mining Energy Requirements & Future Trends
- Blasting. Mucking. Transport. Crushing. Hoisting. Ventilation (Surface and underground fans). Hoisting. Compressed Air. Electric Trucks. Mines of Platinum, Nickel, Gold, Copper, Lead Zing
- Session 8: Off-grid Mining Energy Requirements & Future Trends
- Case Studies Comparison and Evaluation: Diavik (Wind, Canada), Raglan (Wind and storage, Canada) Juwi (solar pv and storage, Australia). Cronimet (solar PV, Africa), El Toqui (hydro and wind, Chile), Rosebek IAMGOLD (Solar PV, solar thermal, small storage, Suriname)
- Session 9: Mineral Processing Energy Requirements & Future Demand
- Comminution (Grinding & Milling) vs extraction. Leach – Solvent Extraction – Electro wiring, Absorption, Smelter, Drying, dewatering and Tailing disposal. Concentrates vs. Cathodes. Mining Services. Aluminum – Wet and Dry Cement – Copper – Iron Steel.
- Session 10: Water & Transport Energy Requirements & Future Demand
- Pumping. Hydrometallurgy. Water and Maintenance. Mining electric vehicles evolution. Commodity transport energy requirement in mine. To port.
UNIT C: MINING SOCIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL LICENCE, THE CSR
- Session 11: Renewables & Mining Environmental Responsibility
- Environmental impacts (Waste Rock, Tailings, Acid Rock Drainage, Dust, Noise and Vibration). Impact Quality Control (Soil, Flora, Fauna, Water, Air). Waste Management. GHG Emissions and Carbon Footprint. Sustainable Mining. Environmental Impact Assessment Process.
- Session 12: Renewables & Mining Social Responsibility
- Community. Third Parties. Environmental to Social. Renewables, jobs and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). Case Studies (Chile – Peru and “Comunidades Andinas”, Canada and First Nations, Australian and aborigines, African mines and communities).
- Session 13: Renewables to Mine Closure & Reclamation
- Examples of standard Closure. Cases of Wind and solar PV mining Closures. Hydro storage pumping mine closures (surface and underground). Submission Requirements for a reclamation Plan. Financial Assurance.
- Session 14: CSR in Mining Corporations & Market Structure
- Mining headquarters and operational departments. Organizational structure. Market concentration. Companies sizing. Leaders and Followers. Rankings of Renewables and Mining
- Session 15: Renewables & Mining Supply Chain CSR
- The importance of EPCM in Mining. World Class Mining Supply Homologation. Renewables for Mining and for Mining Engineering.
UNIT D: RENEWABLES & MINING MARKET SCOPE
- Session 16: Mining and Mines in AUSTRALIA
- Introduction to mines, mining companies and regions. The renewable energy and energy storage potential for Australian Mines.
- Session 17: Renewables for Mining Self-consumption
- Renewable Models for Mining energy self-consumption: Canada, USA, Argentina, Chile, Mexico Australia, South Africa, Suriname, Burkina Faso, Botswana.
- Session 18: Renewables for Utilities to Mining Consumption
- Renewables Models for Utilities to Mining Consumption: Chile, Perú, Argentina, Mexico, Canada, USA.
- Session 19: Renewables to Mining Power Companies
- Renewables Models for Mining Power Companies: Canada, Chile, India, Indonesia, Australia, Iceland
- Session 20: Final Summary & Market Recommendations
PAN PACIFIC PERTH
207 Adelaide Terrace,
Perth, WA 6000
Tel: +61 8 9224 7748
- Coffee Breaks
Lunch time Workshop Santiago Chile May 2016
Lunch time Workshop Johannesburg June 2015
Registration, prices and conditions:
An Essential Introduction to Mining for Renewables Professionals
To be held on Wednesday June 28th, this is a full-day workshop including lunch, breaks plus hard and electronic copies of the materials and repository with key documents, videos and Photos. The summit provides renewables professionals with exactly the right information to enable them to effectively engage with the mining community.
Workshop Fee: A$995 + GST
DISCOUNTS, PROMOTIONAL CODES, MULTIPLE BOOKINGS
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