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Meeting Extraction 2018
Symposium Part A: Extractive Metallurgy Markets and Economics, sponsored by Kingston Process Metallurgy, Inc.
Organizer(s) Luisa Moreno, Tahuti Global
Boyd R. Davis, Kingston Process Metallurgy Inc.
Scope The Extractive Metallurgy Markets and Economics technical theme is one of four technical themes for Extraction 2018.
This one-day symposium will act as a lead-in to the technical component of Extraction 2018. With the commodities landscape continually shifting, it is important for technical and non-technical people to meet, discuss current issues, and develop an improved understanding of each other's fields. Invited speakers will discuss the metal trading, the impact of impurities on tolling and refining charges, environmental regulations world-wide, protectionism, and an outlook to the future. This symposium is intended for anyone in the commodities business, whether technical or commercial, and should be an excellent opportunity to learn about developing trends in the business. The end-of-day forum and reception will be an opportunity to follow up with some of the speakers as well as meet with key people in the commodities industry.

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Deadline Extended! The call for abstracts deadline has been extended to November 30, 2017.
Abstracts Due 11/30/2017
Proceedings Plan Planned: At-meeting proceedings
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Extractive Metallurgist in the World of Concentrate and By-Product Sales
Are You Ready for the New Mining Finance Reality?
M-11: The Effect of Magnesite on Removal of Metal Species and Sulphates in Acid Mine Solution
Project Financing – A Capital Markets Perspective
The Impact Factors on Chinese Copper Smelter Profitability
The Value of Information Gathering – Justifying Pilot Programs and Innovation Projects in the Mining Industry


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