The Asia Miner

OCT-DEC 2017

The ASIA Miner - Reporting Important Issues to Mining Companies in the Asia Pacific Region

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36 | ASIA Miner | Volume 14 • Issue 4 | 2017 Events THE inaugural Indonesia Miner next April rep- resents an exciting new event for the country's developing mining industry. Continuing the themes of the Regional Technical Conference series, Indonesia Miner will examine ways that the industry can enhance its development. The event will be held in Jakarta on April 11 and 12 and will feature four conference streams focused on various aspects of mining and how it pertains to Indonesia. The streams are: Indonesia Mining Projects; Surface and Underground Mining; Mine Haul- age; and Mineral Processing. The Indonesia Mining Projects stream will focus on the mining outlook for the country, including government policies, investment op- portunities and updated project showcases. The Surface and Underground Mining stream will explore the latest technological operational developments in blasting, safety, mine design, operation automation and rec- lamation. It will also focus on improving efficiency and lowering costs in challenging underground mining environments. Among the topics cov- ered will be new technologies, automation, reliability, maintenance and safety. Mine Haulage will focus on real world solu- tions that help keep operations efficient, safe and profitable. Topics will include automation, fleet optimisation, safety, technology and maintenance. In the Mineral Processing stream attendees will learn about recent developments, tech- nologies and techniques for mineral pro- cessing. The technical program will focus on practical methods of optimising plant processes to achieve better results from crushing, grinding, gravity separation, min- eral liberation and tailings disposal. Indonesia Miner is being organised by the team that is behind the established publication and online news service that is The ASIA Miner. The team also organises the Regional Technical Conference series, which includes Sumatra Miner, as well as the Djakarta Mining Club and Coal Club In- donesia. In conjunction with Indonesia Miner, the fifth anniversary celebrations of the two min- ing clubs will be held. For further information about Indonesia Miner visit To discuss sponsorships, exhibition spac- es, speaker presentation opportunities and other details contact Niema Lubis on +62 21 2940 6337 or email niema@mmi-indo- THE Indonesian Government is still focused on development of downstream processing and value adding to the nation's mineral re- sources despite relaxing regulations restricting the exports of some raw minerals. This focus makes the Regional Technical Conference (RTC) Mineral Processing 2017 event a must for those interested in benefiting from value adding opportunities. The event on Thursday, November 16 at Dharmawangsa Hotel in Jakarta will be the latest in the RTC series organised by the team that publishes The ASIA Miner magazine and online news service. There will also be a Djakarta Mining Club meeting in the evening following the conference. Processing is an important aspect for the entire mining industry, particularly as it struggles to overcome the difficult downtime when optimisation and greater productivity is not just necessary but vital. RTC Mineral Processing 2017 will enable participants to learn about mineral processing technologies and services aimed at im- proving mining operations. It will bring together government, deci- sion makers, equipment and technology providers to facilitate inter- active learning and business opportunities. Speakers will include Diemme Filtration's Fabio Paris, FELUWA's Gerald Tychtl and AIT Clean Tech EA's Robert Davico. Sponsors include Aqseptance Group, AIT and FELUWA. Aqseptence Group manufactures a wide range of overhead and side beam chamber filter presses for solid/liquid separation and high rate thickeners under the Diemme® Filtration brand. Diemme Filtration filter presses and thickeners are acknowledged as being among world-leading technologies in the field of solid liquid separa- tion for industrial processes. AIT has proven technology, the Clean Tech system, for treating waste streams from mining and smelting operations. The system converts potentially hazardous waste materials into environmentally inert slags, while recovering any valuable metal content. AIT Clean Tech EA Fur- naces are able to smelt directly metal fines, dusts and ores. FELUWA Pumpen GmbH specialises in the development and de- sign, production, international sales and service of pumps for media which contain solids and are difficult to pump. Wherever abrasive, aggressive and toxic fluids and slurries are conveyed, the hermet- ically sealed, oscillating displacement pumps from FELUWA are recommended and used. For details visit or contact Niema Lubis ( in Indonesia or Lanita Idrus ( in Australia. Mineral processing focus of RTC Indonesia Miner: four streams in one show

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