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1.
 
7th Annual Cost-Effective Produced Water Management Marcellus & Utica 2017
ID
859550
Dates
29 mar 2017 - 30 mar 2017
Lieu
Pittsburgh, États-Unis
Résumé
Marcellus and Utica Natural Gas production is defying the sceptics and rigs are firing up once again. However, the regulatory landscape is changing dramatically with the newly legislated Chapter 78a forcing operators to rethink their water management plans, and increasing concerns around TENORM and induced seismicity. Operating cost-effectively and in compliance with the changing regulatory landscape continues be priority number one. The 7th Annual Cost-Effective Produced Water Management Marcellus & Utica 2017 returning to Pittsburgh, PA this March will be a direct reflection of these key issues and more, and will see the region’s most active operators, including EQT Corporation, Ascent Resources, Black Swan Energy as well as regulators from PA, WV and OH and technology and service providers deliver proven solutions for economic cradle-to-the-grave water management.
Contact
Louise Gosling;     Tél.: [1-800-721-3915];     Email.: info@american-business-conferences.com
Sujets
Produced Water Management, Water Management, Pittsburgh, Oil & Gas, Petroleum, TENORM, environment, water recycling, water disposal, water reuse, water storage.
2.
 
IMCET 2017 — 25th International Mining Congress and Exhibition of Turkey
ID
820854
Dates
11 avr 2017 - 14 avr 2017
Lieu
Antalya, Turquie
Résumé
In this congress, a wide range attendance of valuable specialists, scientists and industry representatives from various countries will present and discuss recent technologies and production methods in mining. In addition to the congress, world leading machinery and equipment companies will take place in the exhibition.
Sujets
Asteroid mining, Clean Coal Technologies, Coal Gasification and Coal Conversion Technologies, Coal Preparation, Comminution and Classification, Dewatering and Drying, Drilling Technology, Drilling, Blasting, Tunneling and Excavation Applications, Education in Mining, Exploration Studies, Mining Geology, Geographic Information Systems, Global Positioning, Geometallurgy, Geostatistics (Estimation and Simulation), Geothermal Energy, Hydrometallurgy and Biohydrometallurgy, Industrial Raw Materials and Natural Stones, Intelligent Mining and Automation, Methane Gas Production and Methane Drainage, Mine Closure, Waste Management and Reclamation/Rehabilitation, Mine Design and Planning, Mine Mechanization, Mine Ventilation, Mineral-Material Characterization and Process Mineralogy, Mining and Energy, Mining and Environment, Mining and Water, Mining Economics, Valuation and Finance, Mining Policies and Mine Legislation, Modelling, Simulation and Optimization, Occupational Health and Safety, Physical Enrichment, Plant Design and Control, Politic, Historic, Cultural and Social Aspects of Mining Sector, Precious Metals, Recycling, Risk Assessment and Management in Mining, Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Applications, Shale Gas, Small Scale Mining, Solution Mining, Surface Chemistry and Flotation, Sustainable Mining, Systems and Information Technologies, Undersea Mining, Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence in Mining
3.
 
Eurocoke Summit 2017
ID
894271
Dates
25 avr 2017 - 27 avr 2017
Lieu
Dusseldorf, Allemagne
Résumé
The Eurocoke Summit provides a unique opportunity for senior decision makers from the global coke, coal and steel markets to hear the latest market trends, as well as technical and operational developments within the industry. Eurocoke also provides attendees with the opportunity to network face-to-face and develop valuable connections with their colleagues and customers. Whether you're a coke producer looking for methods to reduce emissions from cokemaking or a plant manager looking for case studies on how to succesfully operate a plant in today's challenging circumstances, the advisory board have made sure to include something for every level of the supply chain so all attendees will gain the knowledge they need to be successful.

Alongside the advisory board, we've developed a programme that includes leading industry players from every level of the supply chain. Representatives from ArcelorMittal, ThyssenKrupp, POSCO, CRU, DMT, Wood Mackenzie, Eurofer, Steel Institute VDeh, BtuBaron and many more will present on a number of hot topics from the global outlook for the coal, coke and steel industries to battery repair and maintenance and methods to reduce emissions.

Contact
Emma Newton;     Tél.: [+44 (0) 1372 802016];     Email.: enewton@smithers.com
Sujets
metallurgical coal, metallurgical coke, steelmaking, steel, coke, coal, forging, mining, cokemaking, coal mining
4.
 
MineSafe — Minesafe International 2017
ID
827389
Dates
01 mai 2017 - 13 mai 2017
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Contact
Rachel Magill;     Tél.: [03 96586100];     Email.: rmagill@ausimm.com.au
5.
 
Mines and Money New York
ID
871401
Dates
03 mai 2017 - 04 mai 2017
Lieu
New York, États-Unis
Résumé
For the first time in our 13 year history, Mines and Money is coming to New York. We’re bringing our world-renowned expertise and are partnering with the biggest names in the business to connect miners with money and investors with opportunity. This is where mining deals get done. Speak to us about being involved in our inaugural event.
Contact
Ieva Stuikyte;     Tél.: [02072166077];     Email.: ieva.stuikyte@minesandmoney.com
Sujets
Mines and Money, Investment, Mining, Service Providers, Exhibition, Conference, marketplace, deals, knowledge, discovery, ideas, meetings, networking
6.
 
ALTA 2017 — ALTA 2017 Nickel-Cobalt-Copper, Uranium-REE & Gold-PM Conference & Exhibition
ID
770136
Dates
20 mai 2017 - 27 mai 2017
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Résumé
ALTA 2017, organised by ALTA Metallurgical Services, will be the 22nd year of one of the world’s premier annual metallurgical events. The conference is an annual gathering of the global Nickel, Cobalt, Copper, Uranium-REE and Gold-PM industries and features highly focused programs, topical forums and presentations by key international speakers. Held over eight days at Pan Pacific Perth, it comprises three technical conferences, three short courses, networking functions and an international trade exhibition.
Contact
Allison Taylor;     Tél.: [+61411692442];     Email.: allisontaylor@altamet.com.au
Sujets
plant operations developments, process technology, new projects, testwork and scale-up, process modelling and control systems, application of mineralogy and geometallurgy, R & D, equipment, reagents, materials, tailings disposal, environmental alleviation
7.
 
Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgists
ID
841187
Dates
22 mai 2017 - 23 mai 2017
Lieu
Ottawa, Canada
Résumé
Extraction of metals applying various technologies, including physical separation, hydrometallurgy, pyrometallurgy and electrometallurgy . Metallurgy for the Non-Metallurgists Workshop is an important learning platform where a comprehensive overview of metallurgy and advances in the field are shared among the participants both formally and informally. This course provides important, practical knowledge to the non-metallurgist. The objective of the course is to provide a comprehensive overview of the subject ranging from topics relevant to conventional or modern technology.
Contact
EduInsight;     Email.: eduinsight@iaemm.com
Sujets
Metallurgy, metal extraction, mineral processing, fused salts, training metallurgy, short course metallurgy, metallurgical operation, hydrometallurgy, pyrometallurgy, electrometallurgy
8.
 
Deep Sea Mining Summit 2017
ID
869186
Dates
22 mai 2017 - 23 mai 2017
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
9.
 
Mines and Technology 2017 Helsinki
ID
871435
Dates
29 mai 2017 - 01 jui 2017
Lieu
Helsinki, Finlande
Résumé
Mines and Technology 2017 will focus on optimising mining efficiency with cutting-edge technologies. Based on the practical case studies from the leading mining companies in the world and presentations from innovative solution providers, Mines and Technology will address only the most critical topics and concerns of the target market and which technologies are best placed to address these. Mines and Technology is a brand being born from a long-standing expertise in the mining sector. Having produced cutting edge publications such as Mining Magazine, Mining Journal, People and the Environment, GeoDrilling International and Australia’s Mining Monthly, Mines and Technology already has the existing expertise when it comes to knowledge and content. This is then combined with our existing event expertise as we are responsible for the world’s largest mining investment event, Mines and Money.
Contact
Ieva Stuikyte;     Tél.: [02072166077];     Email.: ieva.stuikyte@minesandmoney.com
Sujets
Mines, Mining, Technology, Conference, Tradeshow, Helsinki, show, event, information, drilling, blasting, workshop, expo, automation, management, resources, smart mining, clean and green mining, reduced emissions, efficiency
10.
 
EaMP 2017 — 21th International Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing and workshop  „Critical Raw Materials for the 21st Century“
ID
875078
Dates
01 jui 2017 - 03 jui 2017
Lieu
VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava; Ostrava-Por, République tchèque
Résumé
The conference focuses on the new knowledge in the science and technology of mineral processing and environmental protection.
Contact
Vladimír Čablík;     Tél.: [+420 596994040];     Email.: vladimir.cablik@vsb.cz
Sujets
Mineral processing: Processing of low-grade ores; Flotation and flocculation; Hydrometallurgical processes; Solid - liquid separation; Recovery of precious metals, such as gold, silver, etc.; Coal preparation, desulfurization, briquetting and coking; Crushing, milling, sizing and agglomeration; Bulk materials; Decrease in foreign matter in mineral raw material intended for sale. Environment: Innovation for less polluting emission processes; Soil contamination; Tailing and waste disposal in chemically stable and environmentally friendly way; Environmental management, clean production, EIA, EMS, EMAS, IPPC; Environmental problems of mining and industrial landscape; Land reclamation; Waste and recycling legislation; Sampling and chemical analysis of wastes. Recycling: Recycling of industrial wastes; Recycling of municipal refuse, plastics, car wrecks, hospital, agricultural; Recycling of spoils and demolition waste; Introducing new technologies for electronic processing; Alternative processing of tail wastes aiming at maximum recycling and utilization; Business activities in the range of mineral processing and waste recycling. Environmental biotechnology: Mechanical biological processing for wastes; Disposal of biodegradable wastes; Biochemical techniques for extraction or purification; Microbial functions for degradation of pollutants; Bioremediation, bioaccumulation Biocorrosion; Bioenergy, biomass; Biotechnological applications; Biopolymers and bioplastics
11.
 
MME SEE 2017 — Third Metallurgical & Materials Engineering Congress of South-East Europe
ID
884528
Dates
01 jui 2017 - 03 jui 2017
Lieu
Belgrade, Serbie
Résumé
MME SEE 2017 is biannual meeting of profesionals covering all aspects of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering. MME SEE 2017 is excellent place for meeting of scientists, professionals and specialists, from both academia and industry. Presenting new ideas and concepts will lead to innovative solutions for present and future challenges in our industry. Authors from universities, research centers and industry are invited to submit papers to the Congress. The event includes keynote speeches, scientific and technical lecture and poster sessions, technical tours as well as a comprehensive exhibition and remarkable social events. The Congress is organized jointly by the Association of Metallurgical Engineers of Serbia and Metallurgical Academic Network of SEE Countries. The Congress is supported by SEE Associations of Metallurgical Engineers and Chambers of Commerce of SEE Countries.
Contact
Prof dr Karlo Raić;     Tél.: [+381113370488];     Email.: karlo@tmf.bg.ac.rs
Sujets
Future of metals/materials industry in South-East European countries, Raw materials, New industrial achievements, developments and trends in metals/materials, Ferrous and nonferrous metals production, Metal forming, casting, refactories and powder metallurgy, New and advanced ceramics, polymers and composites, Characterization and structure of materials, Recycling and waste minimization, Corrosion, coating, and protection of materials, Process control and modelling, Recycling and waste minimization, Nanotechnology, Sustainable development, Solvothermal synthesis, Welding, Environmental protection, Education, Accreditation & certification.
12.
 
Practical Mineral Processing and Extraction
ID
841175
Dates
05 jui 2017 - 06 jui 2017
Lieu
Ottawa, Canada
Résumé
Practical Mineral Processing and Extraction Workshop provide a concise and thorough overview of extractive metallurgy as it is applied in industry today. It provides an overview of the processing and extraction challenges and provides answers to these challenges. The primary objective of this workshop is to discuss current techniques and future trends in the area of mineral processing and metal extraction. This is an important and growing area, yet there are few practical and up-to-date workshops that devoted to this purpose. This workshop not only discusses the different techniques available for mineral processing and metal extraction, but it also provides attendees sound information on plant optimisation and cost reduction.
Contact
EduInsight;     Email.: eduinsight@iaemm.com
Sujets
Mineral Processing, Mineral Extraction, extractive metallurgy, training mineral, short course mineral processing, hydrometallurgy, process optimization, process control, cost reduction.Flotation, gravity separation, magnetic separation. ore dressing, ore handling
13.
 
Uranium 2017 — The AusIMM International Uranium Conference 2017
ID
880588
Dates
06 jui 2017 - 07 jui 2017
Lieu
Adelaide, South Australia, Australie
Résumé
The AusIMM International Uranium Conference 2017 is pleased to be supported by the South Australian Government Department of State Development as Leading Conference Partner once again. The organising committee is excited to present another action packed and full conference program, including outstanding keynote speakers and highly experienced industry experts which has been the hallmark of the event year to year. Topics covered will include all areas of the sector, such as exploration, development, production, environmental, health & safety and political aspects, the program is sure to please.
Contact
Suzie Chan;     Tél.: [+61 3 9658 6120];     Email.: schan@ausimm.com.au
Sujets
uranium, mining, minerals, Geology, exploration, mineral processing, government regulations, nuclear, south Australia,
Sujets apparentés
14.
 
AIMS 2017 — Second International Conference Mining in Europe
ID
854341
Dates
07 jui 2017 - 08 jui 2017
Lieu
Aix-la-Chapelle, Allemagne
Résumé
Today, the global mining community faces significant challenges, ranging from technological to social, environmental and economic issues. The mining community has confronted and solved such challenges over centuries and has thereby delivered important contributions to the use and development of our mineral resources. The key objective of the 2nd International Conference Mining in Europe is to share the latest developments on mining expertise, activities, developments and research in Europe and beyond. The Conference will address a series of topics, with a focus on mineral resources, mining technologies, and responsible mining.
Contact
Iris Schuemmer;     Tél.: [++49 241 8095673];     Email.: schuemmer@mre.rwth-aachen.de
Sujets
Mineral resources, Mining technologies, Responsible mining
15.
 
79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2017 Energy, Technology, Sustainability - Time to open a new Chapter
ID
824903
Dates
12 jui 2017 - 15 jui 2017
Lieu
Paris, France
Résumé
The energy mix is changing but the world will need every form of energy - both fossil and renewable - to meet its growing demands. Our ability to respond effectively to all the changes in our industry especially during this low oil and gas price cycle, determines whether we stay in a time of crises or move to that of opportunity. In order to survive and ultimately thrive again, we need to change and adapt our approaches and historical norms. On behalf of the LAC, it is my pleasure to invite you to the 2017 EAGE in Paris. It’s time to open a new Chapter.
16.
 
79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2017 Student Programme
ID
824891
Dates
12 jui 2017 - 15 jui 2017
Lieu
Paris, France
Résumé
EAGE provides students with the opportunity to gain knowledge, skills and contacts to pursue a career in geosciences and the engineering industry. The next opportunity for students will be the student programme at the 79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition from 12 June to 15 June 2017. The student programme continues to expand and develop, while maintaining core fundamental offerings in up-to-date industry knowledge and skill development.
17.
 
Computational Modelling '17
ID
854896
Dates
13 jui 2017 - 14 jui 2017
Lieu
Falmouth, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
This, the 6th International Computational Modelling Symposium (Computational Modelling '17) is organised by Minerals Engineering International (MEI). Media Sponsors are International Mining. Computational modelling is the use of fundamental physical equations to predict the behaviour of complex systems. Techniques include Discrete Element Modelling (DEM), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Methods (FEM). Due to rapid increases in computing power, it is now possible to carry out highly sophisticated and realistic simulations of scientific and engineering processes. Computational modelling has become an indispensable adjunct to the traditional modes of investigation via theory and experiment, and is increasingly viewed as ‘a peer methodology to experiment and theory’.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
mineral, processing, mining, modelling, computational, DEM, CFD, FEM
Sujets apparentés
18.
 
Physical Separation '17
ID
854842
Dates
15 jui 2017 - 16 jui 2017
Lieu
Falmouth, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Physical Separation '17 is organised by Minerals Engineering International (MEI) and is sponsored by Holman-Wilfley. Media sponsors are International Mining & Industrial Minerals. Although there is much current emphasis on the chemical methods of mineral separation – flotation, hydrometallurgy, and bioleaching, the physical separation methods are ubiquitous, and there is no mining operation in the world which does not make use of the density differences between solids and liquids.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
mineral, processing, extractive, metallurgy, gravity, separation, solid-liquid, magnetic, hydrocyclones, microwave
19.
 
Excel VBA For Engineers — “Advanced Excel VBA For Engineers and Scientists” Short Course
ID
885386
Dates
26 jui 2017 - 27 jui 2017
Lieu
Vancouver, Canada
Résumé
More than 90% of quantitative professionals (inclusive of Engineers, scientists and analysts) use Excel at a basic level. Yet possibly less than 10% would have received any guidance on how to use Excel effectively. Hence many professionals use Excel in a manner that much of their work is not shared effectively with their colleagues leading to a significant loss in productivity.

Indeed there are ‘Horror stories’ where poor Excel management has lead to millions of dollars in direct losses through wholesale loss of data and models.

The course focuses on providing a strategy to ensure that Excel is used efficiently. At the end of the course participants will be invited to estimate the efficiency gain that is provided by using the strategies of the course.

Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction to Excel 2.0 Introduction to VBA 3.0 Advanced Excel Concepts 4.0 Add-ins 5.0 Constructing a Flowsheet in Excel and Visio 6.0 Linking Flowsheets to Named Ranges 7.0 Linking Excel with a Database 8.0 Excel Add-ins that Increase Efficiency 9.0 Customising the Ribbon Interface 10.0 A General Excel Flowsheet Simulation System 11.0 Improving Your Own Workbooks
Sujets apparentés
20.
 
Mass Balancing — ““Advanced Mass Balancing and Inference” Short Course
ID
885406
Dates
28 jui 2017 - 29 jui 2017
Lieu
Vancouver, Canada
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 The MIDAS Method/ the nine steps of plant optimisation 2.0 Introduction to Mass Balancing 3.0 Information Theory 4.0 Mass Balancing / Practical Example 5.0 Advanced Mass Balancing 6.0 Inference 7.0 Moving Forward
21.
 
Iron Ore 2017
ID
827398
Dates
24 jul 2017 - 26 jul 2017
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Contact
Rachel Magill;     Tél.: [03 96586100];     Email.: rmagill@ausimm.com.au
22.
 
The Australian Mine Ventilation Conference 2017
ID
827320
Dates
28 aou 2017 - 30 aou 2017
Lieu
Brisbane, Australie
Contact
Eliza Sanneman;     Tél.: [03 96586100];     Email.: esanneman@ausimm.com.au
23.
 
IAMG2017 — 18th Annual Conference of International Association for Mathematical Geosciences
ID
831635
Dates
02 sep 2017 - 09 sep 2017
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Résumé
IAMG2017 will provide a venue for the presentation of research and developments in mathematical geosciences in the form of oral and poster presentations at the Esplanade Hotel, in the historic port city of Fremantle in Western Australia. We will be inviting researchers to submit abstracts via our abstract submission web portal. We also welcome proposals for short courses and workshops associated with the conference. There will be exhibition space available for geoscience related industries to showcase recent technological developments, including software. The economy of Western Australia relies heavily on its mineral and energy resources and we particularly urge related industries to participate in this conference and support research. We welcome students and young scientists to the conference. In order to attract their participation we will be offering short courses targeted specifically at early career researchers as well as prizes for outstanding student presentations.
Contact
IAMG2017;     Email.: iamg2017@arinex.com.au
Sujets
The main topics of IAMG2017 include: Mathematics, Informatics, Geosciences, Statistics, Environment, Resources
24.
 
VIII INTERNATIONAL MINES RESCUE BODY CONFERENCE IMRB — 2017
ID
877895
Dates
02 sep 2017 - 13 sep 2017
Lieu
Moscow, St. Petersburg and Novokuznetsk, Russie
Résumé
In September of 2017, the mine rescue experts from the entire world will meet in Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg and Novokuznetsk) for participating in IMRB conference. For several days, Russia will become the center for the professional experience exchange in the field of Mine Rescue and the platform for the evolvement of professional relations.
Contact
Mrs. Alexandra Ionova;     Tél.: [+7(926)216-74-15];     Email.: aionova@ctogroup.ru
25.
 
MetPlant 2017
ID
827374
Dates
11 sep 2017 - 12 sep 2017
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Contact
Rachel Magill;     Tél.: [03 96586100];     Email.: rmagill@ausimm.com.au
26.
 
NFM SIB — International Congress and Exhibition
ID
850556
Dates
12 sep 2017 - 17 sep 2017
Lieu
Krasnoyarsk, Russie
Résumé
International Congress and Exhibition «Non-Ferrous Metals and Minerals» is an annual event taking place every September in Krasnoyarsk. It includes specialized conferences such as “Aluminum of Siberia”, “Metallurgy of non-ferrous and rare metals” and “Gold of Siberia”. Within the Congress several round table discussions, work-shops, seminars and courses of overview lectures are organized. In the frame of the Exhibition Russian and foreign companies presented their developments, technologies, materials and equipment for mining and metallurgical industry. In addition to business part of the Congress the participants are invited to visit technical industrial plants and scientific centers of Krasnoyarsk Krai as well as cultural centers of the region.
Contact
Marina;     Tél.: [8 3912 695647];     Email.: nfmsib@nfmsib.ru
Sujets
metallurgy, minerals, non-ferrous metals, geology, casting, refractories
27.
 
Uranium Processing — “Uranium Ore Processing” Short Course
ID
885371
Dates
18 sep 2017 - 19 sep 2017
Lieu
Vancouver, Canada
Résumé
Uranium is known to occur in over 200 different minerals but most of these do not occur in deposits of sufficient grade to warrant economic extraction. Uranium ore can be extracted by open pit, underground or in-situ mining methods. Uranium mill process flowsheets and unit operations for yellow cake production vary based on chemical and mineralogical characteristics of the ore to be processed. Ore characteristics are a particularly important component of the understanding the process development. Numerous other factors such as geology, radiation safety, economics, geography, environment, and regulations can change the uranium ore processing technology selection criteria.
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Uranium Market and Trend 3.0 Mineralogy 4.0 Processing Characteristics of Uranium Ores 5.0 Beneficiation & Upgrading (Radiometric Ore Sorting, etc.) 6.0 Comminution (Crushing & Grinding) 7.0 Pre-treatment (Gravity Concentration & Flotation) 8.0 Uranium Leaching 9.0 Thickening, Filtration and Clarification (S/L Separation) 10.0 Solvent Extraction & Ion Exchange 11.0 Precipitation & Drying 12.0 Tailings Handling 13.0 Effluent Handling 14.0 Metallurgical Testwork 15.0 Flowsheet Development & Process Design 16.0 Radiation Safety 17.0 Economics 18.0 Recent Advances & Trends
28.
 
Tenth International Mining Geology Conference 2017
ID
827417
Dates
20 sep 2017 - 22 sep 2017
Lieu
Hobart, Australie
Contact
Suzie Chan;     Tél.: [03 96586100];     Email.: schan@ausimm.com.au
29.
 
Gold Processing — “Gold Ore Processing” Short Course
ID
885445
Dates
21 sep 2017 - 22 sep 2017
Lieu
Vancouver, Canada
Résumé
Gold is among the first metals used by man because it naturally occurs in its native state. Over the years different process flowsheets have been developed with the purpose of optimising gold extraction from a particular feed material using the most appropriate technology. Due to numerous factors ranging from technical e.g. geological, mineralogical, metallurgical and economical to non-technical such as geographical, environmental and political, diverse industrial flowsheet for gold production have been developed in different part of the world.
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Market & Economy 3.0 Mineralogy 4.0 Mineral Processing 5.0 Gravity Gold Recovery 6.0 Intensive Leaching 7.0 Cyanidation 8.0 Heap & Vat Leaching 9.0 Adsorption (CIL/CIP) 10.0 Refractory Ore Treatment 11.0 Gold Recovery – Precipitation, Stripping, Electrowinning 12.0 Other Treatment Methods 13.0 Metallurgical Testplans and Interpretation 14.0 Cyanide Management, Destruction and Effluent Treatment 15.0 Process Design and Flowsheets 16.0 Recent Advances
30.
 
Water & Waste Water Treatment — “Water Treatment & Management in Mining and Mineral Processing” Short Course
ID
885498
Dates
25 sep 2017 - 26 sep 2017
Lieu
Vancouver, Canada
Résumé
Water is fundamental to mining and mineral industry and widely used for processing and treatment, heating, cooling, dust suppression, etc. Managing water and effluent discharge quality throughout the mine life is key to efficient mining and has a big role in mining environmental impact and footprint.

Treatment technologies often must deal with regulatory requirements, environmental sensitivity, social issues and conflicts and there are risks associated with each option. Mining companies must treat wastewater to highest standards, need to recycle and have commitment to sustainable water use.

In this course we introduce participants the basic concepts of available technologies and operations involved in treatment and managing water and waste water in mining and mineral industries.

Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction / Water Management Plan 2.0 Water and Process Solution Treatment in Mining & Mineral Industry 3.0 Treatment Technologies (Precipitation, Membrane, Biological, IX, Sorbent, Electrochemical, TSS Removal and pH Adjustment) 4.0 Treatment for Reuse (Grinding, Flotation, Reagent Makeup, Heap Leach Makeup, Cyanide Recovery, Boilers & Cooling Towers) 5.0 Treatment for Discharge (Sulphate, Heavy Metals, Se, Cyanide, TSS, pH, Biotoxicity) 6.0 Water Issues for Specific Industries (& Case Studies) 7.0 Post-Closure Mine Water Treatment 8.0 Risk Assessment & Decision Making 9.0 Challenges and Future Opportunities & Trends
31.
 
Excel VBA For Engineers — “Advanced Excel VBA For Engineers and Scientists” Short Course
ID
885374
Dates
12 oct 2017 - 13 oct 2017
Lieu
Toronto, Canada
Résumé
More than 90% of quantitative professionals (inclusive of Engineers, scientists and analysts) use Excel at a basic level. Yet possibly less than 10% would have received any guidance on how to use Excel effectively. Hence many professionals use Excel in a manner that much of their work is not shared effectively with their colleagues leading to a significant loss in productivity. Indeed there are ‘Horror stories’ where poor Excel management has lead to millions of dollars in direct losses through wholesale loss of data and models. The course focuses on providing a strategy to ensure that Excel is used efficiently. At the end of the course participants will be invited to estimate the efficiency gain that is provided by using the strategies of the course.
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction to Excel 2.0 Introduction to VBA 3.0 Advanced Excel Concepts 4.0 Add-ins 5.0 Constructing a Flowsheet in Excel and Visio 6.0 Linking Flowsheets to Named Ranges 7.0 Linking Excel with a Database 8.0 Excel Add-ins that Increase Efficiency 9.0 Customising the Ribbon Interface 10.0 A General Excel Flowsheet Simulation System 11.0 Improving Your Own Workbooks
Sujets apparentés
32.
 
Mass Balancing — “Advanced Mass Balancing and Inference” Short Course
ID
885405
Dates
15 oct 2017 - 16 oct 2017
Lieu
Toronto, Canada
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 The MIDAS Method/ the nine steps of plant optimisation 2.0 Introduction to Mass Balancing 3.0 Information Theory 4.0 Mass Balancing / Practical Example 5.0 Advanced Mass Balancing 6.0 Inference 7.0 Moving Forward
33.
 
13th AusIMM Underground Operators’ Conference 2017
ID
827416
Dates
16 oct 2017 - 18 oct 2017
Lieu
Gold Coast, Australie
Contact
Eliza Sanneman;     Tél.: [03 96586100];     Email.: esanneman@ausimm.com.au
34.
 
Metallurgical Testwork — “Metallurgical Testwork, Interpretation & Process Design” Short Course
ID
885446
Dates
19 oct 2017 - 20 oct 2017
Lieu
Vancouver, Canada
Résumé
The metallurgical testwork program is generally the most important critical path item for process design of a circuit and if it is not implemented in a well-structured and framed way by an experienced subject matter expert it can become the main reason of a mining project fatal flow. Not two ore bodies are the same. Although development of a suitable process flowsheet to treat an orebody appears to be a relatively straightforward, selecting the optimum process whilst maintaining the maximum recovery and revenue is a complex task. Aspects of metallurgical test program ranging from initial sample selection and ore characterisation to understand metallurgical response of an ore to complex pilot tests. It is necessary to develop metallurgical testplan that can cater for the variability in the orebody, whilst still providing optimum economics on the majority of the process plant feed.
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Metallurgical Testplan, Sample Selection, Assay & Mineralogy 3.0 Feasibility Study and Process Design 4.0 Comminution Testwork (Type, definition and sample requirements) 5.0 Gravity Concentration Testwork 6.0 Leaching Testwork 7.0 Flotation Testwork 8.0 Thickening and Filtration Testwork 9.0 Solvent Extraction Testwork 10.0 Magnetic Separation Testwork 11.0 Typical Base Metal and Gold Metallurgical Testwork 12.0 Typical Iron ore Testwork 13.0 Variability & Pilot Testing 14.0 Metallurgical Testwork, Scale up, Risks & Mitigations
35.
 
Water & Waste Water Treatment — “Water Treatment & Management in Mining and Mineral Processing” Short Course
ID
885431
Dates
22 oct 2017 - 23 oct 2017
Lieu
Toronto, Canada
Résumé
Water is fundamental to mining and mineral industry and widely used for processing and treatment, heating, cooling, dust suppression, etc. Managing water and effluent discharge quality throughout the mine life is key to efficient mining and has a big role in mining environmental impact and footprint.
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction / Water Management Plan 2.0 Water and Process Solution Treatment in Mining & Mineral Industry 3.0 Treatment Technologies (Precipitation, Membrane, Biological, IX, Sorbent, Electrochemical, TSS Removal and pH Adjustment) 4.0 Treatment for Reuse (Grinding, Flotation, Reagent Makeup, Heap Leach Makeup, Cyanide Recovery, Boilers & Cooling Towers) 5.0 Treatment for Discharge (Sulphate, Heavy Metals, Se, Cyanide, TSS, pH, Biotoxicity) 6.0 Water Issues for Specific Industries (& Case Studies) 7.0 Post-Closure Mine Water Treatment 8.0 Risk Assessment & Decision Making 9.0 Challenges and Future Opportunities & Trends
36.
 
Flotation '17
ID
786827
Dates
13 nov 2017 - 16 nov 2017
Lieu
Le Cap, Afrique du Sud
Résumé
Flotation '17 features 2 discrete symposia: November 13-14: Flotation Fundamentals: Physics and Chemistry and November 15-16: Flotation Applications and Plant Practice.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
minerals, processing, extractive, metallurgy, mining, engineering, froth flotation, reagents
37.
 
Gold Processing — “Gold Ore Processing” Short Course
ID
885400
Dates
16 nov 2017 - 17 nov 2017
Lieu
Toronto, Canada
Résumé
Gold is among the first metals used by man because it naturally occurs in its native state. Over the years different process flowsheets have been developed with the purpose of optimising gold extraction from a particular feed material using the most appropriate technology. Due to numerous factors ranging from technical e.g. geological, mineralogical, metallurgical and economical to non-technical such as geographical, environmental and political, diverse industrial flowsheet for gold production have been developed in different part of the world.
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Market & Economy 3.0 Mineralogy 4.0 Mineral Processing 5.0 Gravity Gold Recovery 6.0 Intensive Leaching 7.0 Cyanidation 8.0 Heap & Vat Leaching 9.0 Adsorption (CIL/CIP) 10.0 Refractory Ore Treatment 11.0 Gold Recovery – Precipitation, Stripping, Electrowinning 12.0 Other Treatment Methods 13.0 Metallurgical Testplans and Interpretation 14.0 Cyanide Management, Destruction and Effluent Treatment 15.0 Process Design and Flowsheets 16.0 Recent Advances
38.
 
Uranium Processing — “Uranium Ore Processing” Short Course
ID
885403
Dates
20 nov 2017 - 21 nov 2017
Lieu
Toronto, Canada
Résumé
Uranium is known to occur in over 200 different minerals but most of these do not occur in deposits of sufficient grade to warrant economic extraction. Uranium ore can be extracted by open pit, underground or in-situ mining methods. Uranium mill process flowsheets and unit operations for yellow cake production vary based on chemical and mineralogical characteristics of the ore to be processed. Ore characteristics are a particularly important component of the understanding the process development. Numerous other factors such as geology, radiation safety, economics, geography, environment, and regulations can change the uranium ore processing technology selection criteria.
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction 2.0 Uranium Market and Trend 3.0 Mineralogy 4.0 Processing Characteristics of Uranium Ores 5.0 Beneficiation & Upgrading (Radiometric Ore Sorting, etc.) 6.0 Comminution (Crushing & Grinding) 7.0 Pre-treatment (Gravity Concentration & Flotation) 8.0 Uranium Leaching 9.0 Thickening, Filtration and Clarification (S/L Separation) 10.0 Solvent Extraction & Ion Exchange 11.0 Precipitation & Drying 12.0 Tailings Handling 13.0 Effluent Handling 14.0 Metallurgical Testwork 15.0 Flowsheet Development & Process Design 16.0 Radiation Safety 17.0 Economics 18.0 Recent Advances & Trends
39.
 
Mineral Processing — “Mineral Processing for non-mineral Processors” Short Course
ID
885539
Date de début
08 dec 2017
Lieu
Toronto, Canada
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction & Definitions 2.0 Crushing 3.0 Grinding 4.0 Screening and Classification 5.0 Gravity Concentration (& Dense Media Separation) 6.0 Flotation 7.0 Ore Sorting, Electrostatic and Magnetic Separation 8.0 Leaching 9.0 Solvent Extraction and Electrowinning 10.0 Filtering & Dewatering 11.0 Thickening 12.0 Tailings Disposal and Management 13.0 Recent Trends and Advances
40.
 
Mineral Processing — “Mineral Processing for non-mineral Processors” Short Course
ID
885463
Date de début
11 dec 2017
Lieu
Vancouver, Canada
Contact
Tél.: [6047827501];     Email.: info@oreventure.com
Sujets
1.0 Introduction & Definitions 2.0 Crushing 3.0 Grinding 4.0 Screening and Classification 5.0 Gravity Concentration (& Dense Media Separation) 6.0 Flotation 7.0 Ore Sorting, Electrostatic and Magnetic Separation 8.0 Leaching 9.0 Solvent Extraction and Electrowinning 10.0 Filtering & Dewatering 11.0 Thickening 12.0 Tailings Disposal and Management 13.0 Recent Trends and Advances
41.
 
AEIC — Al Azhar’s 14th International Conference on: Engineering, Architechture and Technology
ID
882804
Dates
14 dec 2017 - 16 dec 2017
Lieu
Le Caire, Égypte
Résumé
This Conference will discuss Engineering Science is one of the disciplines and careers in the community that specializes in studying various branches, such as; arts, sciences, physics, mathematics, computer and further engineering branches. Engineering Science integrates all the previously mentioned branches together in creative ways to develop new technological solutions of engineering analysis for testing, production, maintenance and construction.
Contact
Ahmed Eid;     Tél.: [201027233310];     Email.: aeic@ierek.com
Sujets
Concrete and construction technology, Computer architecture, Mineral processing.
42.
 
Comminution '18
ID
810671
Dates
16 avr 2018 - 19 avr 2018
Lieu
Le Cap, Afrique du Sud
Résumé
MEI's Comminution conferences are established as the main events for profiling cutting edge research and innovation in all aspects of crushing, grinding and ultrafine grinding in the minerals industry. We strongly encourage a good balance between industrially based and academic research papers showing the benefits of basing practical application on scientific rigour, such as the industrial validation of models and control techniques.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Tél.: [+44 7768234121];     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
mining, minerals, comminution, crushing, grinding,
43.
 
ALTA 2018 Nickel-Cobalt-Copper, Uranium-REE & Gold-PM Conference & Exhibition
ID
834065
Dates
19 mai 2018 - 26 mai 2018
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Résumé
ALTA 2018, organised by ALTA Metallurgical Services, will be the 23rd year of one of the world’s premier annual metallurgical events. The conference is an annual gathering of the global Nickel, Cobalt, Copper, Uranium-REE and Gold-PM industries and features highly focused programs, topical forums and presentations by key international speakers. Held over eight days at Pan Pacific Perth, it comprises three technical conferences, three short courses, networking functions and an international trade exhibition.
Contact
Allison Taylor;     Tél.: [+61411692442];     Email.: allisontaylor@altamet.com.au
Sujets
plant operations developments, process technology, new projects, testwork and scale-up, process modelling and control systems, application of mineralogy and geometallurgy, R & D, equipment, reagents, materials, tailings disposal, environmental alleviation
44.
 
Biohydrometallurgy '18
ID
854895
Dates
11 jui 2018 - 13 jui 2018
Lieu
Windhoek, Namibie
Résumé
This, the 9th International Symposium on Biohydrometallurgy (Biohydromet '18), is organised by MEI with Prof Sue Harrison, Dr Patrick d'Hugues and Dr Chris Bryan. Biohydromet '18 will focus on the latest developments in the field of biohydrometallurgy: the development, optimisation and application of integrated biomining process operations for mineral ores, including low grade and complex ores; the microbiology of biomining and the application of biohydrometallurgy to novel resources (such as mine and electronic wastes) and the (bio)remediation of mining-impacted environments.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
minerals, processing, mining, hydrometallurgy, biohydrometallurgy, extractive, metallurgy, biomining, bioleaching, bioremediation, microbiology, biooxidation
Sujets apparentés
45.
 
Sustainable Minerals '18
ID
854949
Dates
14 jui 2018 - 15 jui 2018
Lieu
Windhoek, Namibie
Résumé
This, the 5th International Symposium on Sustainable Minerals '18, is organised by MEI in consultation with Prof Markus Reuter. The rapid growth of the world economy is straining the sustainable use of the Earth’s natural resources due to modern society’s extensive use of metals, materials and products. An astute and conscious application and use of metals, materials and products supported by the reuse and recycling of these materials and end-of-life products is imperative to the preservation of the Earth’s resources. The realisation of the ambitions of sustainable use of metals, materials and resources demands that the different disciplines of the material and consumer product system are connected and harmonised. This conference will discuss all aspects of material and metal usage.
Contact
Dr Barry Wills;     Email.: bwills@min-eng.com
Sujets
mining, minerals, processing, extractive, metallurgy, sustainability, metals, materials, recycling,
46.
 
11th ICARD | IMWA 2018 Annual Conference
ID
879121
Dates
10 sep 2018 - 14 sep 2018
Lieu
Gauteng, Afrique du Sud
Résumé
South Africa belongs to the world’s main mining countries. A large variety of commodities are mined, and the South African mining experience therefore, practically offers something for everyone in the global mining community. Hosting the 11th ICARD in South Africa supports the INAP Global Alliance Partners vision to have true global representation and involvement.
Contact
Prof C Wolkersdorfer;     Tél.: [+27 12 3826315];     Email.: Christian@wolkersdorfer.info

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