GLOBAL WATER CURVES WORKSHOP – September 27, 2019
You are invited to join CMIC and CEEC in Vancouver for this one day workshop that will bring together mining leaders and technical experts to map the development of a Global Water Curves tool.
Share your unique insights to help us develop this important global tool. At the full-day workshop (to be held at the offices of Teck Resources Limited) we will be exploring:
- What the industry requires from Global Water Curves?
- What does water intensity mean across the value chain of mineral processing?
- What are the right metrics to create this tool?
- What are the benchmarking areas/groupings that would assist in leveraging the most from a water curves understanding?
- What data sharing framework and Digital Rights Management requirements are needed?
- How can companies and their sites can provide initial data to create tool?
- Industry contribution and funding options for the project.
550 Burrard Street Level 33, Suite #3300
|8:15 AM||Registration and Arrival|
|8:30 AM||Welcome & Introductions
CMIC – Carl Weatherell
CEEC – Alison Keogh Perspectives on why this project and why CEEC and CMIC.
|9:30 AM||Setting the Stage
1) Perspectives from Mining Companies Why is this important for miners and what do you see the gain?
Break out groups each focus on defining the data to be collected metrics etc. and report back.
Characterize how water is utilized throughout the mineral processing stages.
What does water intensity mean across the value chain of mineral processing?
What are the right metrics to create this tool?
What are the benchmarking areas/groupings that would assist in leveraging the most from a water curves understanding?
Groups to tackle major commodities, typical flowsheets and mine site types.
|12:00||Groups Report Back
Each group presents their metrics and discussion to finalize an initial set of metrics
|13:30||Reflections on Metrics
|13:45||Data Collection and Sharing
What data sharing framework and Digital Rights Management requirements are needed?How can companies and their sites can provide initial data to create this tool?Which sites could contribute data for first case studies to build momentum for industry uptake?
|14:45||Final Reflections and Next Steps
Review of the Project Charter
CMIC – Carl Weatherell
Short overview presentations on existing initiatives that are already addressing key priorities on the Mineral Processing roadmap.
Shaping the Project – Potential stages for success.Industry contribution and funding options for the project
Facilitator – Next steps for CMIC, CEEC and industry