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3rd Resources for the Electric Vehicle Revolution

Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel
March 12-13 2019

Demand for battery raw materials is still growing with the continued focus on where the supply of major materials such as lithium, graphite, nickel, cobalt and rare earths will come from as car manufacturers switch to HEVs and EVs. China continues to dominate the battery and NEV space, but in the rest of the world there are a number of projects that are coming on stream and ready to meet growing demand.

As governments have pledged to reduce emissions and clean up polluted city air, (Norway and The Netherlands would like to do so by 2025), there is more pressure on the battery industry and the raw materials supply chain to be cost effective and reliable. Manufacturers are scrutinising raw material requirements and the robust nature of all supply chains, with future demand increases in their sights.

Sourcing materials in increasingly larger volumes is already having an effect, with major price increases this year especially in cobalt. Plus lithium and graphite supplies are under scrutiny too.

Join us in Oslo next March and find out  where will new supply for this burgeoning market come from. Are there enough raw materials going forward to service the electric vehicle revolution?

Confirmed presenters include:

Martin Steinbild, Director Lithium Development Business, Savannah Resources;

David Merriman, Deputy Division Manager – Battery & Technology Materials, Roskill Information Services Ltd;

Michael Schmidt, Economic Geologist, German Mineral Resources Agency;

Nicolo Campagnol, Knowledge Consultant at McKinsey & Co;

Christian Graf, Business Unit Director, Dorfner Anzaplan;

Our registration fee offers exceptional value for money and includes all conference sessions, copies of the presentations, cocktail reception, tea/coffee breaks and luncheon.

Reasons to attend Metal Event’s 3rd Resources for the Electric Vehicle Revolution Conference

–      Quality programme and speakers – this is the key part of the conference;

–      Excellent value for money;

–      Meeting other delegates – opportunities for networking at the event;

–      Sponsorship gives you the opportunity to raise your company profile  at our events;

Tuesday 12 March

08:30 Registration & Welcome Coffee

09:15 Welcome remarks

09:20 -13:00 Conference sessions

14:30 – 16:30 Conference sessions

17:00 – 18:30 Networking drinks

Wednesday 13 March

09:30 – 12:30 Conference sessions

12:30 Conference close and luncheon

Full programme details will be available soon

The attendee list will be available soon

Click button below to continue to our registration form. You can pay by credit card or bank transfer

Register

The current fee is £650 for all registrations completed by 9 January 2019 after which time the rate will rise.

The fee includes the cost of all receptions, conference sessions, luncheon, tea/coffee and event documentation. It does not include accommodation or flights to and from the event venue.

Please contact sales$old.metalevents.com (please replace the $ with @ if it is a genuine e-mail) or call on +44 (0)20 7840 0145 for details of special offers for groups and for rates in other currencies, which will be calculated on the day. Metal Events reserves the right to change any of its rates due to currency fluctuations. Our base rate is always in Sterling.

Cancellations, Refunds & Transfers:

A full refund (subject to a 25% handling charge will be made for all written cancellations received up until four calendar months (124 days) before the meeting. A 50% refund will be made for written cancellations received between two and four calendar months before the meeting is held. Cancellations made in the last two calendar months (62 days) will receive no refund. A substitute with a representative from your own company may be made at any time. Joining information and a list of participants will not be available until 14 days before the event. Delegates are responsible for organising and paying for their own transport, insurance and accommodation.

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