The South Australian Exploration and Mining Conference
The South Australian Exploration and Mining Conference (SAEMC) has been held annually near the end of the year (last Friday in November or first Friday in December) since 2004.
It is designed to provide an opportunity for active South Australian mineral explorers and miners to present succinct technical updates to their peers of activities on their flagship mines and exploration projects. Participants will gain a comprehensive appreciation of the diverse activities in the State and gain ideas from each other which will collectively help to improve the State’s chances of mineral discovery and improved mining developments.
(see Registration section)
Early Bird $180, to 30 September, $200 from 1 October, students $40
Includes coffee breaks, lunch and closing drinks, includes GST
Exploration projects; Feasibility studies/development projects; Near mine exploration; Mining operations
To be advised.
Geological Survey of South Australia Update.
Others to be advised.
Q&A Session, chaired by Derek Carter
Hall L, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide
Catering Breaks and Displays
Halls M and N, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide
Easiest access via western entrance on Montefiore Road.
North Terrace Car Park - on North Terrace.
The conference is organised by a voluntary committee representing the local branches of professional associations (AIG, ASEG, AusIMM, GSA and SACOME). Representatives from the South Australian Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC) and the University of Adelaide have also joined the committee.
The Conference registration fees are kept low to encourage a broad attendance and the modest profits are intended to be invested in student-related activities in the local professional associations.