Finding new sources of copper supply amidst the backdrop of increasingly tight global supply
Although the demand of #Copper has been volatile, there is no doubt that it has remained as one of the “hot” raw materials as China continues to drive the demand.
With global copper suppliers and miners struggling to meet demand and keep supply going, major miners, like #RioTinto (one of the largest mining companies in the world), have ventured into regions and such as Central Asia, partnering with local partners and governments to develop resources in the region.
Its Managing Director Exploration of Europe and Asia, Ken Tainton, will be speaking in the session on what are the benefits gained in partnering with Central Asia to meet global copper demand at the Central Asia Mining Congress 2012 this coming 18 – 21 June 2012.
Ken assumed the role of Exploration Director for the Eurasia Region, encompassing Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Mongolia, in October 2011.
The 5th annual Central Asia Mining Congress is a premier platform where mining stakeholders to gain first-hand insights into the latest updates on the region’s major mines and mining policies that will impact their investments in the respective Central Asian countries.