議程

第1天: 2019年9月18日(三)

8:00AM Registration Opens
9:00AM Opening Remarks

Keynote Sessions

9:15AM Coal: Its critical place within Southern Africa
  • The current status of the coal industry within Southern Africa
  • Forecasting production capabilities and output in Southern Africa
  • Exploring expected future consumption in the major markets
  • How producers have been implementing the Mining Charter to ensure diversity and inclusion
Vuslat Bayoglu, Executive Chairman, Canyon Coal
10:00AM Coalfields of Southern and Central Africa: Remaining resources and opportunities
  • Examining the status quo of coalfields in South Central Africa
  • Economic significance of the remaining deposits
  • Geological and logistical challenges of unlocking the value of Southern African coal resources
  • Future opportunities for the coal industry
John Hancox, Managing Director/ Coal Specialist, Caracle Creek International Consulting Coal (Pty) Ltd.
10:45AM Coffee Break
11:20AM Southern African coal production: Realising the potential in the major reserves
  • Understanding the coal industry and production capabilities of Southern Africa
  • Focus on;
    • Botswana
    • Madagascar
    • Zimbabwe
  • Can Southern African suppliers offset the diminishing quality of South African coal?
  • Overcoming the barriers of poor infrastructure and sources of funding for improvements
  • Defining and finding strategies to avoid environmental pollution
Charles Siwawa, Ceo, Botswana Chamber of Mines
Prince Nyati, CEO, Lemur Holdings
12:20PM Lunch Break
1:30PM Availability of investment and funding mechanisms for mines
  • Current appetite and availability of investments in coal mining
  • What is the future of funding in the context of environmental considerations?
    • Investment opportunities in clean coal
  • Is BEE compliance affecting investment in coal?
Johann Bester, Thebe Mining Resources
Mike Seeger, Director, MX Capital Advisors
Henk De Hoop, Director, Rand Merchant Bank
2:15PM Southern African junior mining spotlight
  • Challenges faced by junior miners and how these are overcome
  • Production and market overview for Anthracite production
  • Who is investing and what are they looking for
Bill Lamont, Sales & Marketing Manager, Buffalo Coal Company Inc
Mpumelelo Mkhabela, Chairman, Menar Holding
3:00PM Coffee Break
3:30PM Transport and Infrastructure: Developments needed to modernise
  • Transport plans for 2019/2020
  • Time and cost realities of moving coal internally
    • Will a booming domestic transport network lead to a wider availability of coal?
  • IMO 2020
    • What it is and how will it be implemented
    • Will the new legislation affect India’s reliance on Southern African coal?
    • Cost implications of IMO 2020
  • What is the future of exporting coal from Southern Africa?
Lauren Taylor, Managing Director, Flamite (Pty) Ltd
Divyesh Kalan, Director, Makoya Group
Mandisa Mondi, General Manager- Coal, Transnet Freight Rail
4:15PM Domestic demand: How Eskom continues to shape the domestic market
  • Forecasted demand from Eskom for South African coal over the next 12-24 months
  • The opportunity for international imports into South Africa to meet internal demand
  • Life expectancy of Eskom’s current coal fired power stations and plans for future investments
Yathin Soni, Director, North Star Consulting
5:15PM Drinks Reception

第2天: 2019年9月19日(四)

8:30AM Women in Mining breakfast: Q&A with Farana Boodhram
  • Protecting women working in mines
  • Ensuring equality in the coal industry
  • Overcoming the barriers that withhold women from entering managerial positions
Farana Boodhram, CEO, Avita Mining

Keynote Sessions

9:00AM India: Demand for Southern African coal
  • Forecasting Indian coal demand for the next 12 months
  • How the political appetite for imported coal is affected in an election year
  • The impact of Indian domestic coal production on the need for international imports
    • How Indian domestic supply has affected South African prices
Sunil Toshniwal, Business Development, Essar Power Gujarat Limited
Kapil Mantri, Head of Corporate Strategy & Business Development, Jindal Steel & Power Limited
A.M Dharam, Joint President- Central Procurement Cell, UltraTech Cement Limited
Prashant Goyal, CEO- Coal, OPG Power Generation Pvt Ltd
10:00AM Emerging Markets: Who will be the next big importer of Southern African coal?
  • Assessing the demand for Southern African coal in the key emerging markets
  • Focus on;
    • UAE
    • Pakistan
    • Turkey
  • Plans for the construction of coal fired power plants in the key emerging markets
  • Should emerging markets have a new pricing structure?
Ahsan Zafar Syed, CEO, ENGRO Energy Private Limited
Ashwani Raina, Director- Coal Procurement, Acwa Power
Tahir Jawaid, CEO, Hubco
10:45AM Coffee Break
11:15AM Spotlight on Anthracite: Examining supply and demand

Zululand Anthracite Colliery is the only prime anthracite producer in South Africa. Bradley Hammond, COO of Menar, will be discussing South African anthracite production and the appetite for anthracite both in the domestic and international makets.

Bradley Hammond, COO, Menar
12:00PM How sustainability is influencing the future energy mix
  • How increased environmental awareness continues to impact coal consumption worldwide
  • Defining clean coal and ensuring sustainability in industrially developing countries
  • Shifts in the global energy focus and impacts on coal demand locally
Rosemary Falcon, Chair: Clean Coal Technology, University of the Witwatersrand
Jesse Burton, Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town
1:00PM End of Conference

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