In an environment of increasing competition and uncertainty, operating flexibility and strategic adaptability are critical to long-term corporate success.
Mining IQ’s Underground Mining Planning & Design 2012 agenda focuses on realising the greatest scope of cost saving for underground mines. Expect to benefit from mining engineering and planning presentations if you are tasked with:
- Developing an optimum sustainable rate of extraction
- Minimising the initial development time and cost and cost per unit extracted
- Provide a grade-control strategy
- Minimising ground-control cost and problems
What will you take from Underground Mine Planning and Design 2012?
The conference agenda was developed after researching directly and extensively with underground mine planning engineers and their managers. This means that all the topics are directly relevant to those working in mine planning, from concept, to design, to operations, to expansions. Case studies from sites across Australia will be combined with expert research presentations to demonstrate not only what is being done at sites across Australia, but also how you can actively improve processes for increased production targets.
Topics covered include:
- Scheduling and sequencing to meet the economic objectives of the extraction strategy
- Allowing for flexibility and implementing contingency plans through underground mine production
- Increasing production by aligning short term plans with long terms in mine design
Who should attend Underground Mine Planning and Design 2011?
Underground Mine Planning and Design 2012 will draw together planning personnel from mine sites, regional off ices, head off ices and mining contractors, from across Australia, including:
- Mine Planning Managers
- Senior Planning Engineers
- Mine Planning Engineers
- Chief Mining Engineers
- Technical Services Managers