Thu, 30 Jun|
BKS Webinar: Development of Geological Exploration in Kazakhstan
The British-Kazakh Society is hosting a mining group webinar.
Time & Location
30 Jun 2022, 12:00 – 13:00 BST
About the Event
The British-Kazakh Society is hosting a webinar on the topic of the development of geological exploration in Kazakhstan. At this webinar, the discussion between the speakers will focus on Kazakhstan's mining industry and the market forces affecting the industry's development. The webinar as always will cover many interesting topics such as investment & cooperation opportunities, current issues and possible solutions for them, and the overall market situation that has been affected by various circumstances that have happened in the world in the last few years.
David Skeels - BKS, Director
Mike Beare - Managing Director, SRK Consulting, Almaty
Talgat Satiyev - Chairman of the ''Geology Committee of Kazakhstan'' - Welcome Remarks
Zhanat Karybaev - General Director, KazGeoInform - Establishment of the National Geological Survey
Nikki Smith - British Geological Survey (BGS) - The Importance of Geological Mapping and Data Bases
Alex Walker - CEO, East Star Resources, Almaty - Junior mining experience in Kazakhstan
Malik Nishanbayev - Head of Mining, AIX - The platform for Junior Mining Companies as an Important Tool Impacting the Development of Geological Industry and Expansion of the Resource Base
Vilen Adzhivefayev - Co-Founding Partner at Haller Lomax Covering regulatory, Corporate and M&A Practice with a Focus on Mining Industry - Overview of the Business Climate for Geological Works
The discussion between the speakers will be followed by a live Q/A session where you will have an opportunity to communicate directly with the speakers. There will also be available a simultaneous language interpretation to the Russian language.
Registration is necessary to attend the webinar, please register by pressing RSVP. Registration link will be provided a day before the webinar. Registration will close on the 29th of June at 20:00 BST.