Next month, keen investors will gather in Brisbane to hear from industry experts about the crucial role Australia continues to play in meeting the world’s rapidly changing energy and mineral needs.
Notwithstanding the ongoing turmoil that global markets are facing as the Coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, the Australian Energy & Minerals Investor Conference will serve to grow the conversation around the world’s future energy needs and from where these valuable resources will be sourced.
Australia, with its abundance of natural resources and an ever-expanding and innovative mining equipment, technology and services sector, is one of the most well-placed economies in the world to play a major role in helping to meet the planet’s changing energy and mineral needs.
Traditional sources of energy continue to grow in demand however the likes of electric vehicle and battery development, along with the production of solar panels, wind turbines and other renewable energy infrastructure, has led to increasing international demand for copper, zinc, nickel, lithium, graphite and many other minerals and metals, including gold.
About 25 companies and four keynote speakers will present to a field of over 500 delegates at theAustralian Energy & Minerals Investor Conference, which will be held at the Royal on the Park Hotel in Brisbane on 25 March.
Presenting companies include Black Cat Syndicate, an active junior explorer with an emerging gold project on the doorstep of Kalgoorlie; Pure Minerals, which is focused on developing a modern battery metals refinery in northern Queensland; and Triangle Energy, owner of the Cliff Head oil field in the Perth Basin.
The Australian Energy & Minerals Investor Conference will shine a light on how all of these commodities are crucial to the energy sector.
Cannings Purple is a proud supporter of the Australian Energy & Minerals Investor Conference. Contact us to find out more information on the conference or visit www.australianenergyconference.com.au to register!