CEDA Shaping the future of SA series: Resourcing the future

CEDA Shaping the future of SA series: Resourcing the future

Jul 14
Economic development through infrastructure, construction and mining are the keys to unlock the potential for growth and sustainable resource management in South Australia.


Andrew Cole, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, OZ Minerals
Rob Cole, Managing Director, Beach Energy
Kym Burke, Managing Director, Burke Urban
Stuart Glenn, Non-Executive Director / Chairman, Fyfe

Event overview

CEDA and the Surveyors Board of South Australia, welcomes key leaders from the mining, resources and oil and gas sectors, to provide critical insight and analysis around South Australia's resource future.

The event will provide focus around industry, university and stakeholders working together to deliver long term long term outcomes for the whole industry and in turn driving the State's future prosperity.
The event will also highlight the unique collaboration between industry and university with the Surveyors Board of South Australia presenting their second round of education funding to the University of South Australia for the Masters of Surveying program.  A combined vision to establish a professorial chair supported by industry will highlight the standards for research and study in the areas of natural  resources and infrastructure development. 

Join us to hear first-hand from key leaders in the mining and resources sectors in South Australia.

The event will also feature a special performance by the Australian Youth Orchestra during lunch.

Meet the speakers

Andrew Cole
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, OZ Minerals

Rob Cole
Managing Director, Beach Energy

Kym Burke
Managing Director, Burke Urban

Meet the facilitator

Stuart Glenn
Non-Executive Director / Chairman, Fyfe

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