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The Australian uranium industry has consolidated in the past year and is looking forward to better times, with an upswing in prices over the past few months.
With political pressure brought on to sell to new markets this year, along with the upcoming proposals to mine uranium along with an EPA approval for a new mine in Western Australia, this year could mark a cornerstone for the industry.
The eighth Australian Uranium Conference (now incorporating rare earths) will again feature industry updates, company presentations, government information talks and technical presentations.
This makes the event the original and all-encompassing venue for anyone wishing to keep themselves informed on the uranium industry and the issues associated with it.
The conference has proven itself to be the most influential and largest uranium event in Australia.
Now with Rare Earths, which are increasing in demand throughout the world with the rise of new technologies and given the two are sometimes found in close proximity, the eighth Australian
Uranium Conference will once again not disappoint.
For the past two years this event has seen the inclusion of a second technical and government auditorium, covering technical issues and government policies that affect uranium exploration and mining.
This format will continue again, but will only occur on the first day of the program.
On day two of the program the technical forum will host technical, corporate and overview presentations relating to the rare earths industry within Australia.
Keynote presentations from Dudley Kingsnorth, Tracy Weslowsky and ANSTO will feature along with company presentations from Alkane Resources Ltd, TUC Resources Ltd and Peak Resources Ltd.
The conference will take place over two days on Wednesday 18 July and Thursday 19 July 2012 at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle.
The conference will comprise of two auditoria and an exhibition area, open to all conference delegates throughout the duration of the conference.
Sessions will commence at 8.40am on Wednesday 18 July with an opening address and keynote presentation from the Minister of Mines and Petroleum, Western Australia and will conclude at 5.10pm on Thursday 19 July 2012.
All lunches and refreshment breaks will be served in the exhibition area.
Conference Drinks will also be held for all speakers, exhibitors and conference delegates at the conclusion of day one, Wednesday 18 July 2012.