Improving export infrastructure performance to meet growing demand in the mining industry presents continuous challenges. Developing infrastructure agreements and contracts with port authorities, state and federal governments, investors, rail and other mining companies is the focus of this event. This conference will also provide strategies on ensuring internal approval processes align with production and export schedules.
The 5th Annual Mining Export Infrastructure 2012 conference will provide the solutions to overcoming some of your sites’ key logistical and infrastructure challenges. With an increasing need for export capacity across this sector, investing in this forum will equip you with improved strategies for export capacity.
Taking place on 30th April and 1st May in Perth, this event presents a strategic approach by combining practical presentations, workshops and problem solving panel discussions.
Why should i attend Mining Export Infrastructure 2012?
Now in its fifth consecutive year, attending Mining Export Infrastructure 2012 will give you and your team the opportunity to:
- Hear from leading Australian mining companies running export infrastructure projects
- Benchmark against infrastructural projects carried out in other states for rail and port development
- Critique project problems and learn how to avoid these potential risks
- Network with industry heads from across the sector and forge new business partnerships
- Hear from vendors and solution providers
- Attend the interactive workshops for hands-on learning on capacity usage and project development
Topical discussions, case study presentations and structured networking opportunities
Mining Export Infrastructure 2012 will deliver relevant and topical sessions for delegates, including a wide variety of formats to keep you engaged and learning.
Some of the topics on the program include:
- Ramifications of poor due diligence on export infrastructure projects
- Improving port and rail capacities and efficiencies
- Mining export infrastructure: an overview of Western Australia’s current requirements and recommendations
- Coordination and capacity: aligning project objections with infrastructure capacity
- Lining up internal approval processes so they flow with production and export schedule plans
- Developing plans to meet short-term iron-ore chain capacity constraints whilst dealing with fluctuating demand