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Kazakhstan and the UK - Critical Minerals - Matching Requirements

The British-Kazakh Society together with the UK Department for Business and Trade are hosting a Mining Group webinar.

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Kazakhstan and the UK - Critical Minerals - Matching Requirements
Kazakhstan and the UK - Critical Minerals - Matching Requirements

Time & Location

20 Feb 2024, 11:00 – 12:00 GMT

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About the Event

The British-Kazakh Society in cooperation with the UK Department for Business and Trade are hosting a mining group webinar. The event will be chaired by David Skeels (BKS, Director). At this webinar we will explore the current situation in the critical minerals sectors in Kazakhstan and where it is heading to. Moreover, we will also the UK industry progress with critical minerals in the recent years. We will have a presentation from KazAtomProm to hear on their initiatives in the rare earth elements sector. Lastly, we will have an assessment from British Geological Survey of the critical minerals sphere. 

Host:

David Skeels - Director, BKS

Moderator:

Assel Zhanbulatova - Mining Lead, UK Department of Business & Trade, Astana.

Panel:

Arkhat Kurmanbekov - Academic Secretary, National Centre for Technological Foresight, Ministry of Industry and Construction - "Update on Critical Minerals in Kazakhstan" 

David Schofield - Director National and International Geoscience, British Geological Survey - "BGS Assessment of the Critical Minerals Sphere"

Armanbek Omirgali - Director of the Department of Scientific and Technology projects, KazAtomProm - "KazAtomProm’s initiatives in the Rare Earth Elements sector"

Jeff Townsend - Co-Founder, Critical Minerals Association - "UK industry progress with Critical Minerals"

The panel discussion will be followed by a live Q&A session where you will have an opportunity to communicate directly with the speakers.

The event will be conducted in English with simultaneous Russian language interpretation available.

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