WA Annual Resources Overview

WA Annual Resources Overview

WA
Oct 17
Limited places available, to register please contact Alicia on 08 61047104.

Speakers

Andrew Harding, Chief Executive Officer, Rio Tinto Iron Ore
Mike Erickson, Senior Vice President - Australasia, AngloGold Ashanti
Gerry Flaherty, General Manager of Asset Development, Chevron Australia
Peter Harold, Managing Director, Panoramic Resources

Event overview

A panel of leaders will provide their visions and insights for Australia’s resources future as it transitions to its next stage and beyond.

Questions to be addressed include:

  • With global competition on the rise, what will differentiate Australia to ensure ongoing investment?
  • How can we reduce the costs of doing business in Australia to make ourselves more internationally competitive?

In addition, some of the most high-profile executives in Western Australia’s oil and gas, gold, nickel and iron ore sectors will share their thoughts about the challenges and opportunities facing their commodities and WA’s resources sector as a whole.

Meet the keynote speaker

Andrew Harding
Chief Executive Officer, Rio Tinto Iron Ore

Meet the speakers

Mike Erickson
Senior Vice President - Australasia, AngloGold Ashanti

Gerry Flaherty
General Manager of Asset Development, Chevron Australia

Peter Harold
Managing Director, Panoramic Resources

The Hon. Bill Marmion
State Minister for Mines and Petroleum; Housing

Brett Woods
General Manager WA & NT, Santos

Supported by CEDA members

Event sponsors

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