Resources investment - where to from here?

Resources investment - where to from here?

WA
Nov 19

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Investment in Western Australia's resources sector reached a record high of $51 billion in 2012, but since then confidence has waned considerably. Join Fortescue Metals Group, CEO, Nev Power, and a panel of industry experts as we discuss the future of investment in WA's resources sector.

 

Speakers

Nev Power, Chief Executive Officer, Fortescue Metals Group
Please see event page for the full list of speakers
 

 Public event
 19/11/2013
 Grand River Ballroom, Pan Pacific Perth, 207 Adelaide Tce, WA

 Energy/Resources/Mining
 Lunch (11.00am to 2.00pm)

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EVENT OVERVIEW

Capital expenditure in WA's resources industry has grown at an annual rate of 21 per cent in the five years to 2012. However, international economic uncertainty, fluctuating commodity prices, cost blowouts and international competition triggered the shelving of several major resources projects.

  • Is the resources sector facing an investment trough, or is this the 'new normal'?
  • What happens after the current wave of construction and committed projects reach maturation?
  • How can WA maximise its foreign investment potential?

MEET THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Nev Power, Chief Executive Officer, Fortescue Metals Group

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Wayne Calder, Deputy Executive Director, Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics

Nick Milne, LNG Specialist, Asian Investment Banking Division, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.

David K. Y. Tang, Managing Partner, Asia, K&L Gates


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