Rio Tinto managing director battery materials, Marnie Finlayson, Austrade’s senior critical minerals advisor, Dr Amanda Murphy, and Tesla’s Perth-based policy and business development manager, Dev Tayal, head a strong list of speakers at next month’s inaugural AusIMM Critical Minerals Conference.
Raj Surendran, CEO of Tianqi Lithium Energy Australia, is another of the many senior industry speakers at the event, which will run from November 21-23 at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre.
They will be joined by leaders from academia and government.
In all, the AusIMM Critical Minerals Conference 2023 program features more than 60 presentations from nine countries, plus eight keynote speakers and four panel discussions.
They will come together to address the increasing appetite for these minerals as the world transitions to a more sustainable future worldwide.
Critical minerals are essential components in many of today’s rapidly growling clean energy technologies, from wind turbines to electric vehicles.