Excellence in Exploration and Mining 2006

Venue: Hilton Hotel Sydney

Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Event Date/Time: Oct 08, 2006 End Date/Time: Oct 10, 2006
Registration Date: Oct 08, 2006
Early Registration Date: Aug 18, 2006
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Excellence in Exploration and Mining 2006
8-10th October 2006, Hilton Hotel, Sydney.

• With the Australian stockmarket stretching records in 2005 and investors flush with cash, how will our resource companies fare
in 2006?

• Will gold follow the upwards surge in interest in uranium and oil and gas?

• How will Australia’s eminence in resource technology enhance our competitive advantage?

For the answers to these and other questions and for a global perspective tune in to Sydney’s own growth resource conference – Excellence in Exploration and Mining 2006.

Set for 8-10th October at the Hilton Hotel Sydney, this three-day conference brings together the investment, mining and technology sectors in an environment for practical networking and information updates looking at 2006 performance and 2007 outlooks.

The conference is an initiative of Mining Events Pty Limited, a joint venture between miningnews.net and Australia’s Mining Monthly, (owned by Aspermont Limited) and Mining Magazine and Mining Journal (owned by Mining Communications Limited).
The conference will bring a global perspective to the mining industry in Sydney, Australia’s largest financial centre. The conference will mix industry views and trends with company presentations and has a program that includes over 40 presentations, 44 exhibitors, and the annual industry awards dinner

• The overall program will be put together by editorial committees from London’s Mining Journal and Miningnews.net

• The event is supported by the Sydney Mining Club

The conferene is being marketed worldwide in over 50 countries Several government delegations from Asia have been invited to present and attend.

Excellence in Exploration and Mining 2005 was a huge success and is set to develop as the pre-eminent annual event for the east coast that looks to bring miners to money, and investors and bankers to mining in an environment where all groups can network and understand the market both in Australia and abroad.

Chris Innis, Chairman of the conference organising committee and a director of Mining Communications said: “Australian miners and mining companies are some of the best in the world and pioneers in mining exploration, mine development and mining technology. Excellence in Exploration and Mining 2006 seeks to bring investors closer to great Australian success stories and a business that defines and celebrates Australia’s wealth and rich past. Excellence in Exlpiration and Mining 2006 is about mining and money. If you are an explorer or miner be there, if you are an investor this is the place to learn more and benefit from mining’s growing impact on Australia’s wealth.”.

Andrew Kent, Chairman of Aspermont Ltd said: “Australia is the leader in many areas of mining. This event brings Australian mining and its investment community together in Australia’s largest financial capital. It will bring together the excellence Australia brings to the sector and with an expected 500 attendees and events for miners, employers and investors is a major mining event on the East Coast. This event is being marketed globally. It is about great companies to great things around the world.”

To register and get full details on the event please go to www.miningevents.com.au . Early bird registration is available until the 18th August 2006.

Program Information:
Kerry Stevenson, Conference and Media Director, Mining Events
Ph: (02) 95186692 email: kerry@miningevents.com.au www.miningevents.com.au

Media information:
Doug Macdonald, Capital Group
Ph (02) 9252 3900 mobile 0424 255 959 email: dmac@capital.com.au

Notes to editor:
Mining Events Pty Limited is a joint venture between miningnews.net and Australia’s Mining Monthly, (owned by Aspermont Limited) and Mining Magazine and Mining Journal (owned by Mining Communications Limited)


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