Boosting energy efficiency and productivity will be the theme when the Coalition for Energy Efficient Comminution holds a workshop in Mount Isa next month.
The workshop on November 14 will focus on boosting energy efficiency and productivity using CEEC’s free suite of energy curves tools.
This year’s CEEC Medal winner Sam Palaniandy, Glencore’s Mt Isa Mines general manager processing zinc, Fran Burgess, and Capricorn Copper concentrator manager, Marvin Muller, head the list of presenters and panellists being assembled for the event.
Those attending will have the opportunity to test-drive five new enhancements to CEEC’s free suite of energy curves tools, either by bringing along their own energy data or using CEEC’s case study data.
As well as hands-on learning sessions and facilitated discussions, the workshop offers an opportunity for networking with industry representatives from mining and METS companies and to explore improvement challenges and opportunities.
“Whether you are a plant operator, mining leader, METS company or industry researcher, join us in Mount Isa to gain real value by sharing industry knowledge and insights and take away practical strategies and actions to improve your energy efficiency and bottom line,” a CEEC spokesperson said.
The CEEC was established by a group of mining industry leaders who recognised the need to provide a platform for effective communication of the latest technical findings on efficient comminution practices.
Registration for next month’s event can be organised HERE