Archived – Opportunity, Fortune & Demand in the Resources Sector: IMARC 2019

Everything you need to know from Melbourne’s sixth annual IMARC conference.


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The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) featured presentations from mining sector giants like BHP, analysts from around the world and government representatives from Australian states with resources stories to tell. Read our FREE IMARC conference report to read exclusive interviews with industry heavyweights. We discuss topics like growth in the battery metals sector, base metals worthy of your attention and investment, the Australian rare earth supply chain, and more! Click now to gain FREE access to this invaluable report!

Table of Contents

  • Business as Usual: IMARC Successful Despite Protests
  • After Success and Protests, IMARC Organisers Look to 2020
  • Reg Spencer: It's an Opportune Time to Be Looking at Batteries
  • Canaccord: Lithium Needs US$30 Billion to Meet Long-term Demand
  • EMR Capital: Copper is the Next Oil and Gas
  • Western Australia Has a First-mover Advantage in Rare Earths
  • Australia Angling to Increase Rare Earths Supply Chain Strength
  • Victoria Rides Wave of Gold Exploration
  • DKO Capital: Platinum Futures Are a Very Compelling Opportunity
  • Elizabeth Croft: Australian Mining Needs More Engineers
  • EMR Capital: Asia’s Growth Will Underwrite Australian Resources
  • The Future of Resources is in Energy Storage
  • Denham Capital: Flavour on the Public Markets Irrelevant
  • Remi Piet: Questions Around Who Will Gamble on Argentina
  • Global Compact: Economy Can’t Decarbonize Without Mining

Dear Resource Investor,

At the 2019 IMARC conference, the Investing News Network (INN) had the opportunity to speak with dozens of industry experts about the Australian resource mark. Gavin Collery, who is the co-founder of the Melbourne Mining Club, said that the conference was a resounding success.

"If you want to do a deal in the mining sector, then come to Melbourne, come to IMARC 2020, and there'll be an even greater emphasis on investment in the mining industry and of course on the technology side,” said Collery. Fortunately, INN was present at IMARC 2019 to document dozens of presentations and interviews with resource experts. Read our FREE IMARC conference report to gain valuable insight into the market and feel confident about your future investments!

Battery metal experts were optimistic about the sector’s future in Australia. A supply and demand imbalance in the battery space means that investors thinking long term could be in for quite a profit, according to Mining Analyst Reg Spencer of Canaccord Genuity.

"Taking a long-term view, this is quite an opportune time to be looking at this sector," he said in an interview with the Investing News Network covering lithium, cobalt, nickel and graphite. Read this full interview (and many others) in our FREE IMARC conference report! Learn about the future of Australia’s battery metals and resource sector, and how you can strategically position yourself to profit!

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