Energy Curves are the focus of the CEEC Mineral Processing and Innovation Workshop to be held in Brisbane, Australia, on 27 August this year.
Scheduled in the lead up to AusIMM’s Mill Operators’ Conference 2018, the workshop is of relevance to plant operators, mining leaders, METS companies and researchers interested in new tools for energy efficiency.
This is an exciting opportunity for networking and collaboration and delegates are invited to
bring plant data to plot and demonstrate potential energy gains from different operational and equipment scenarios.
CEEC CEO Alison Keogh said the CEEC Energy Curve Program was an extremely useful tool that allowed comminution circuit operators to benchmark the energy efficiency of their operations and share that data anonymously with the industry.
“This tool is constantly being updated and we have recently added enhancements for energy cost, ancillary energy, different commodities and embodied energy,” Ms Keogh said.
“We’ve lined up some inspiring speakers for this workshop, which provides a great chance to learn more about mineral processing and comminution innovations to improve energy efficiency and deliver on sustainability targets.”
The engaging, collaborative and strategic workshop will provide real value to the industry by sharing a wide range of practical options to improve current energy efficiency and future proof operations from spikes in energy prices.
The CEEC Mineral Processing and Innovation Workshop is an initiative of the CEEC Advanced Energy Curves Project, funded through a partnership between the Queensland Government; METS Ignited, an Australian Government Industry Growth Centre; and CEEC International Ltd.
- Monday, 27 August, 12pm-6pm (Register by 11.45am)
- Networking drinks 6pm-7.30pm
- United Services Club, 183 Wickham Tce, Spring Hill, Brisbane
- $690 + GST – places are limited
- Student discounts available
- Register (and more details) here.