Decarbonisation was the focus of WASMA’s October Resources Innovation and Collaboration (RIC) event. As an important topic on everyone’s agenda, it was great to hear the insights from leaders in this area and to see the close collaboration in their work.

We heard from Paul Linabury in his electrification role at Barminco, paving the way in mining services; Rob Derries at GOLD FIELDS and the significant vehicle trials they are running within a broader agenda; Kevin West at Dassault Systèmes on simulating new mining models to optimise the next gen electrified mine; Rob Solomon at WA School of Mines: Minerals, Energy and Chemical Engineering and how he is driving new methods of learning; and Michelle Keegan as panel chair.

Thanks to our sponsors Dassault Systèmes and TLT-Turbo GmbH. These events wouldn’t be possible without your support.

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