Industrial Info to Present Webinar on Global Mining Project Spending
Want to know where the mining sector is headed for the rest of this year and into 2020? Join Industrial Info for a complimentary webinar on global mining project spending, presented August 29 at 9 a.m. CDT (10 a.m. EDT).
Join Joe Govreau, Industrial Info's vice president of Metals & Minerals Industry research, and Shaheen Chohan, vice president of Global Analytics, as they discuss important topics in the sector. Learn from these experts about the key trends that will drive project spending in the Global Mining Industry for 2019 and 2020, including analysis by commodity and geographic region.
Industrial Info is tracking more than $1 trillion in active mining projects throughout the world. Asia, with more than $355 billion in active projects, leads in terms of planned spending, followed by North America, with $293.5 billion in planned spending.
Among the highest value mining projects being tracked by Industrial Info is Anglo American plc's (London, England) construction of the Quellaveco copper mine and concentrator in Peru. The 1.3 million-ton, above-ground mine will deliver ore to a planned flotation process plant. Construction kicked off earlier this year and is expected to be completed in early 2021. Click here for a list of associated projects.
Industrial Info also is tracking more than $57 billion in mine-related projects that are planned to kick off this year and next in North America, including coal mines, gold mines and a silver-zinc mine and concentrator in Mexico.
Some of the topics in the webinar will include:
- Geographic analysis of mine project spending for 2019 and comparison to previous years
- Commodity discussions on coal, base metals and precious metals, as well as trending minerals, including lithium, cobalt and frac sand
- Mining industry project spending trends, including automation and technology improvements
- Impact of U.S. tariffs/trade war on U.S. and global markets
Join us as our experts discuss these and other topics in this informative webinar. Make sure to RSVP today!