Mining the Territory is Northern Australia’s leading mining conference taking a deep dive into the region’s industry: From exploration & resources development to operation, market & logistics.
The Environmental Management & Decarbonisation Forum will bring together environmental practitioners, renewable energy professionals and the resources industry to showcase ways for the mining and onshore gas sectors to improve their environmental management practices and promote regional development.
Three conferences. One all access pass. Incredible networking & industry engagement in the Top End.
2023 is shaping up to be a cracker of a year with ENORMOUS potential for project development across the Northern Territory.
The NT is perfectly placed to provide a supermarket of LNG, energy, hydrogen, and critical minerals to meet surging global demand and drive decarbonisation.
- Plans are well underway with the development of the $1.5 billion Federal Government funded Middle Arm Sustainable Development Precinct, which is a game changer for resource project development in Northern Australia. This funding will accelerate the development on infrastructure for gas processing, liquids refining, critical minerals processing, hydrogen development and carbon capture and storage
- Decarbonisation, and the shift towards electrification is generating huge demand for critical minerals such as lithium, rare earths, copper, zinc, manganese (and others) to enable the energy transition – driving a surge in record exploration activity in the NT and new mining developments.
- The Federal Government has made it a priority to develop and enhance Australia’s domestic Clean Energy Supply Chain and clean tech manufacturing base, setting up the Northern Territory in the box seat to use its enormous endowment of energy opportunities, combined with its mineral wealth to develop new projects and new local manufacturing industries
- LNG’s critical role as a key enabler of energy security amongst our major trading partners will continue to drive new development of billions of investment dollars in LNG production in Northern Australia
- Onshore gas projects in the NT continue to be advanced providing exciting economic growth and infrastructure potential for the wider Katherine and Barkly regions
- Record prices for fertilizer with surging global demand placing the opportunity front and centre to develop Northern Australia’s phosphate and potash deposits
- Amazing opportunities await for new large scale solar, battery storage and other key enablers of the renewable energy transition in Northern Australia
- 2023 is likely to see a number of Final Investment Decisions made on leading projects in the NT, creating new opportunities for the service and supply sector
This is the year NOT to miss attending the pre eminent gathering for the wider resources industry in Northern Australia – NT Resources Week.
NT Resources Week features a number of networking and social events running alongside the conferences and exhibition. They include, Gala Dinner, Welcome Reception, Networking Drinks and Closing Harbour Cruise.
Really enjoyed the networking events and well done to everyone for outing this conference together as I got a lot out of it!”
Nick Flanagan, WSP Australia Pty Ltd
Thanks for the very well organized conference, it provided a great overview on NT gas industry Strategy.”
Swen Nagel, LyondellBasell Australia
It is always a good time when TechnipFMC gets to go up to Darwin to interact with our key suppliers, clients and other NT stakeholders. Glad to have been a part of another good NT event.”
It’s great to bring a diverse range of industry stakeholders together in Darwin at the annual NT Resources week conference. There is an abundance of opportunity in the Territory and industry needs to come together to be on the same page to promote these opportunities and ensure all stakeholders and Territorian businesses are well placed to engage and service these opportunities.”
Sonia Harvey, Energy Club NT
Really great opportunity for NT Businesses to get access to major M&E companies, particularly those head quartered interstate with no permanent staff in the NT.”