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Battery Conference | 27 — 28 February 2018

 Mark Seddon 100Mark Seddon, ConsultantArgus

Mark Seddon is Senior Manager (Metals), Consulting Services, based in London.  He is responsible for Argus’ rare earths and tungsten monthly outlooks and for developing metals consulting services.  With over 25 years’ experience in the commodities industry as a trader, researcher, consultant and company executive, Mark has a wealth of experience in the metals sector.

After gaining a BA (Hons) Degree in European Business Administration, as well as a Diplôme d’Études Supérieures Européennes de Management, Mark spent three years as a sugar trader with Louis Dreyfus, a leading global soft commodities company.  The next 20 years were spent at Roskill Information Services, a leader in international metals and minerals research.  In January 2001, Mark was appointed a director at Roskill and in December 2010 became the Managing Director of the company.  Prior to joining Argus, he ran his own metals consulting company, Tungsten Market Research.

Bert Witkamp, Project Co-ordinator, EAFO

Bert Witkamp is Project Co-ordinator of the European Commission’s European Alternative Fuel Observatory (EAFO) project, the EU reference point for information about alternative fuel vehicles, charging and refuelling infrastructures and supportive legislation in Europe. Bert is a member of the commission’s Sustainable Transport Forum as an electromobility and electric vehicle expert and frequently serves the commission as an expert in electromobility or alternative fuels. Bert is an Operating Agent for the IEA’s Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Technology Co-operation Platform leading the Fuels and Drivetrains task. He is an independent observer in the Clean Energy Ministerial Electric Vehicles Initiative. Bert is a Partner at Dutch consultancy FIER Automotive. He is Owner of Valuad, a Belgium consultancy specialising in Electromobility. He is a Board Member of Belgium Electromobility Association ASBE. Bert is a former Secretary-General of European association for electromobility AVERE. Bert has worked for 25 years in multinational companies supplying the automotive sector where he has held senior executive positions in supply chain, manufacturing and general management. He has run businesses in wind energy, biomass, solar energy, sustainable housing and sustainable waste management.
 Marco Romero, President and Chief Executive Officer, Euro Manganese

A Canadian entrepreneur with over 35 years of international experience in the mining, mineral processing and construction material sectors. He has held leadership roles in mineral exploration, mine planning, permitting, project finance and development, as well as operations management. He has extensive corporate development experience and co-founded several Canadian companies, including Eldorado Gold, Polaris Materials and Euro Manganese. Recipient of several international, national and local awards for achievements in corporate social responsibility and environmental excellence.
Hakim Faqir, Research and Development Hydrometallurgy Deputy Director, Managem Group

Hakim Faqir is the deputy director of research activity at Moroccan firm Reminex’s research centre. He received his PhD in physical chemistry and spectrometry from the University of Marseille, France, in 1995 and has studied various aspects of superconductor materials.  Hakim joined the Institute for Materials Research at Tohoku University in Japan from 1996-99, before securing an HDR degree from the Aix-Marseille University in France in 2001. He has 18 years’ experience in hydrometallurgy as a researcher at Reminex having joined the company in 1999. Hakim is also an active member of the New York Academy of Sciences.
Janet Boyce CFO Bacanora MineralsJanet Boyce, Chief Financial Officer, Bacanora Minerals

Ms Boyce is a certified public accountant who has held a number of senior financial roles, including Group Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director of Gemfields plc. Ms Boyce was a member of the Gemfields executive management team between August 2013 and July 2017, playing a key role in the formulation and implementation of group strategy, overseeing the financial activities and managing investor relations.

Prior to Gemfields, Ms Boyce held a number of senior positions with ENRC Plc (August 2007 – July 2013), which at the time of her employment was a FTSE 100 mining and metals company. Her roles included: Group accounting methodology manager; Deputy Finance Controller; Corporate accounting manager and Group reporting manager. Previously Ms Boycwas part of the Audit and Assurance Services team at Ernst & Young LLP in London and PWC in the Philippines (2002 - 2007).

 Mikhail Nikomarov, Chief Executive Officer, Bushveld Minerals

Mikhail Nikomarov is an entrepreneur and African energy leader committed to resolving the continent’s electricity shortage. He co-founded Bushveld Energy to provide large-scale energy storage solutions across the African continent. Working with numerous partners, the company is also localising manufacturing of vanadium redox flow batteries in South Africa. Previously, Mikhail spent 6.5 years with McKinsey & Company in Moscow and Johannesburg, advising national governments, utilities and manufacturers on growth strategy and policy and leading operational turnarounds in the energy sector. He co-authored McKinsey & Company’s report "Brighter Africa: the growth potential of the sub-Saharan electricity sector." Before that, he was a commercial banker in the US. Mikhail chairs the Energy Storage Committee for Vanitec, the global organisation of vanadium producers. He holds an MBA from INSEAD, a Diploma from the London School of Economics and two undergraduate degrees in History and Economics from the University of Massachusetts.
 Angela Lee, Manager of Overseas Department, Do-Fluoride Chemicals Co
 Nicole Willing, Minor Metals Editor, Argus 
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SnWTa Summit | 27 — 28 February 2018

Michael DornhoferMichael Dornhofer, Director of Purchasing and Logistic, Wolfram Bergbau und Hütten

Michael is director of sourcing, purchasing and logistics at Wolfram Bergbau and Huetten (WBH). WBH is a subsidiary of Sandvik, a world leader in hard metals.

In addition to scheelite from Wolfram's mine, WBH buys primary raw materials (tungsten concentrate), secondary raw materials (hard and soft scrap) and APT/oxides direct from mines and producers, as well as from traders.

As WBH is one of the largest consumers of tungsten raw materials, the sourcing is challenging and constant contacts to existing and potential suppliers worldwide are a key to success. The continuous observation of market trends is an absolute must.

Before joining WBH 10 years ago, Michael worked in sales and management positions at Rio Tinto Minerals and for equipment producers.

He has a mining engineering university degree and a postgraduate education in international trade.

Michael lives in Graz, Austria with his wife and two daughters.
Michael Mastermann Michael Masterman, Executive Chairman, W Resources

Michael is co-founder of W Resources and has an exceptional track record in establishing and financing new resources companies. In 2010, Michael took on an executive role with Fortescue Metals Group overseeing the FMG Iron Bridge iron ore company and completing the $1.15bn sale of a 31pc interest in the project to Taiwan’s Formosa Plastics Group. He was chief financial officer and executive director of Anaconda Nickel (now Minara Resources). Michael oversaw the financing of the $1.2bn Murrin Murrin nickel and cobalt project in Western Australia, which involved negotiating a $220mn joint venture agreement with Glencore International and the raising of $420m in project finance from a US capital markets issue — the first of its kind for a greenfield mining project.

Prior to joining Anaconda Nickel, he spent eight years at global management consulting firm McKinsey and Company, serving major international resources companies, principally in the area of strategy and development. He is a founding shareholder at Fortescue Metals Group, Po Valley Energy and Atacama Metals.
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Mark SeddonConsultantArgus

Mark Seddon is Senior Manager (Metals), Consulting Services, based in London.  He is responsible for Argus’ rare earths and tungsten monthly outlooks and for developing metals consulting services.  With over 25 years’ experience in the commodities industry as a trader, researcher, consultant and company executive, Mark has a wealth of experience in the metals sector.

After gaining a BA (Hons) Degree in European Business Administration, as well as a Diplôme d’Études Supérieures Européennes de Management, Mark spent three years as a sugar trader with Louis Dreyfus, a leading global soft commodities company.  The next 20 years were spent at Roskill Information Services, a leader in international metals and minerals research.  In January 2001, Mark was appointed a director at Roskill and in December 2010 became the Managing Director of the company.  Prior to joining Argus, he ran his own metals consulting company, Tungsten Market Research.
Fedor Mironenko Fedor Mironenko, General Manager, Avas Trading

Fedor Mironenko is general manager of UK-based Avas Trading, which he joined as director in 2014. Previously, he worked in Wogen Resources’ Moscow office in 2008-014, handling physical trading in Russia and the CIS, and business development in neighbouring countries and regions, including Turkey, Mongolia and eastern Europe. Fedor started his career in metals at Russian Tungsten producer Wolfram in 2001, where he managed international sales and purchasing, marketing and logistics.
Denis GorbachevDenis Gorbachev, Director International Business, Wolfram Company

Denis has over 13 years of experience in the tungsten business and long-standing involvement with Wolfram, a large Russian manufacturer of tungsten products with over 1,500 employees. He worked in various roles in the international trade department and procurement before his appointment as business development director and is also involved in expanding the company’s operations.
 Polina SparksPolina Sparks, Analysis Editor, Non-Ferrous Metals, Argus

Polina Sparks is Analysis Editor at Argus Metals International and has 20 years of experience as a journalist and analyst in the metals sector. She has reported on all sectors of the non-ferrous metals industry and on downstream industries including aerospace and chemical. She is focused on specialty metals at present. Polina joined Argus from Metal-Pages, where she had been Editor since 2007 and subsequently Head of Research.  Her responsibilities included managing development and implementation of commodity price reporting across minor metal, ferro-alloy and rare earth markets. Polina’s previous roles included Senior Assistant Editor at Metal Bulletin, where she was responsible for developing coverage of the non-ferrous metals industry in the CIS, central Asia and eastern Europe. She is a graduate of Newnham College, Cambridge University, and holds professional qualifications in Journalism and Translation.
 Andrew O'Donovan, Chief Executive Officer, Global Advanced Metals

Andrew O’Donovan is chief executive of mining and metal processing company Global Advanced Metals (GAM).  Headquartered in Massachusetts, USA, GAM has mining operations in Western Australia, and processing plants in Pennsylvania and Japan.  GAM’s main product is the metal Tantalum, a raw material used in electronics (capacitors and semiconductors), aircraft and turbine engines, the chemical processing industry, medical, military and other applications. Andrew has been with this business since 2004, and became chief executive in 2013, shortly after it was sold by former owner, Cabot Corporation, to private equity owned GAM.
Prior to moving to the US, Andrew held various management positions in a number of electronics companies, most recently as European Director of Program Management  in Sanmina Corporation — one of the world’s largest electronic manufacturing service providers. He is a graduate of University College Dublin and University College Cork.
 Per-Olof Loof, Chief Executive Officer, Kemet Electronics

Per-Olof Loof is Chief Executive of Kemet (NYSE:KEM), a leading global manufacturer of electronic components with 16,000 employees, operations in 24 countries and headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Per-Olof is a former President and Chief Executive of Sensormatic Electronics, the world’s leader in electronic security. Per-Olof was most recently inducted into Nova Southeastern University’s H Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame, has served as Honorary Consul of Sweden for the state of Florida since 2006, and was elected Freeman and Citizen of the City of London in 2001.
 Kay Nimmo, Manager of Sustainability and Regulatory Affairs, ITRI

Kay Nimmo is Manager of Sustainability and Regulatory Affairs for global tin association ITRI. She joined ITRI to lead its materials research and subsequently formed a new group to influence and manage legislative, environmental and social matters across the tin industry. Kay leads a number of industry critical global activities including the REACH consortium, the ITRI Tin Supply Chain Initiative (iTSCi) addressing conflict mineral issues, and the ITRI Code of Conduct to implement the tin industry standard for responsible production. Kay gained experience designing new industrial and electronic materials and understanding the needs of product manufacturers at the UK’s Cookson Technology Centre after graduating in metallurgy from Birmingham University.

 Roland Chavasse, Director, Tantalum-Niobium International Study Center (T.I.C.)
 Burghard Zeiler, General-Secretary, International Tungsten Industry Association

Burghard Zeiler has been Secretary-General of the International Tungsten Industry Association since January 2012. He was an ITIA Executive Committee member from 2000 to 2011 and served as ITIA President from 2006 to 2008. Burghard joined Austrian metals company Wolfram Bergbau und Hutten in 1991 and was the company’s Chief Executive from 2000 to 2011. Burghard studied at Vienna University of Technical from 1982 to 1989.
  Cristian Cretu, Director, Business Development, H.C. Starck

Cristian Cretu is Director of Business Development for German metals supplier HC Starck’s US subsidiary in Boston. He joined the company in 2008 to work in product management and business development of refractory metals for chemical processing, superconductors, additive manufacturing and other industries. Cristian has previously worked in research and development of gold alloys for Mintek in Johannesburgh, South Africa, opto-electronics for Alfalight in Madison, US, and management of products for the thin film industry for Targray in Montreal, Canada. Cristian has a master’s degree in materials science and engineering from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania.
Ran Maimon, Owner and President, Metal-Tech Israel

Ran Maimon is the Owner and President of Metal-Tech Israel, which recycles Tungsten scrap and produces tungsten and tungsten carbide powder for the cemented carbide industry. Metal-Tech developed the innovative Moly treatments and as a result the company was involved in building a number of Moly processing facilities around the world. Ran is the founder and owner of Jurametal SRL in Bolivia, where tungsten and tantalite concentrates are collected and processed. He is a Partner and Director of Commerce and Finance for THH Moly Processing in Thailand, which was founded in 2008 and specialises in the leaching and roasting of high Cu Moly concentrates. Ran has a BA degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in business and industrial management from Ben Gurion University in Israel.
 Richard Lucas, Interim Managing Director, Wolf Minerals
 Stephen Nicol, Chief Executive Officer and Director, Saloro
 Lawrence Heim, Managing Director, Elm Group
  P. S Mony, Trader, Krome Commodities
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NiCoMo | 1 — 2 March 2018

Barbara Buck, Climax MolybdenumBarbara Buck, Vice President, Climax Molybdenum

Barbara Buck is the Vice-President, Marketing and Sales for Climax Molybdenum. Barbara joined Climax Molybdenum in 2005. She has held sales, marketing, and business management positions with Union Carbide, Amoco Chemical and UCB Chemical. She holds a BSc degree in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and completed the Wharton Senior Management Program.
Reiner HausReiner Haus, Managing Director, Dorfner Anzaplan

Dr Haus’ focus is in the speciality mineral, rare metals and speciality minerals business. He has a strong academic background in applied and engineering geology. After completing a PhD at KIT in Karlsruhe, Dr Haus held a senior research manager position and was awarded a research fellowship at MIT in Boston, Dept of Mechanical Engineering.
In 2000 he became head of engineering, research and development at Dorfner, a renowned European producer of industrial and speciality minerals. Shortly after he was appointed managing director of Dorfner Anzaplan, a leading independent analytical and engineering firm in strategic minerals and metals based in Germany with projects globally.
In January 2016 he became Managing Director of m.PLAN International, a joint venture of Anzaplan and Micon International based in Toronto, Canada.
He completed his EMBA at RWTH Aachen/University of St. Gallen in 2005.
Nigel Tunna Nigel Tunna, Vice President Business Development, Argus

Nigel has been involved with the metals industry since 1979 when he joined Cominco as a specialty metals trader. Since that time he worked with Sassoon Metals and Chemicals and China Industrial Resources trading in a wide range of metals, ferro-alloys and rare earths from China and the CIS before setting up his own trading company, Rushmore, specialising in antimony and tungsten. In 2000 he started Metal-Pages to provide business intelligence to the metals industry. He is a former chairman of the Minor Metals Trade Association.
 Bill (William) Reid, Pratt & WhitneyWilliam Reid, Associate Director: Airfoil Castings, Structural Castings, Forgings & Mill Products Strategy, Pratt & Whitney

Bill Reid is Pratt and Whitney Associate Director for Forgings, Airfoil and Structural Castings and Mill Products Strategy.  Bill is responsible for leading the team that establishes the long term strategy and contractual negotiation of these products used in the manufacture of PW products. In addition, Bill’s team manages and directs the sourcing of the billet for those forgings and melt stick for castings used by PW US.  His team is also responsible for metals industry analysis and managing cost via elemental strategies for elements that are used for the billet and cast melt stick alloys.
 Anand GuptaAnand Gupta, Chief Executive, Aamor Inox

Anand joined his family’s stainless steel business, Ambica Steels, in 2001, and started taking the regular family business to a global and international platform. He started the first export business of stainless steel billets produced by Ambica Steels in 2004. And he established a greenfield cold-finishing plant for producing stainless steel bright bars, squares and hexagons in 2005. Hanand started product sales in Europe — Aamor-Inox’s biggest market — and later developed sales across 50 countries worldwide, achieving sales growth of more than 100pc/yr. Anand renamed the company Aamor Inox from Ambica Stainless Steel on 31 January 2016. Aamor Inox has become one of the most trusted names in stainless steel bright bars and one of the largest exporters of “specialty” stainless steel long products from India. Anand has a BA (Honours) degree in International Business from the University of Portsmouth, UK. 
 Michael LilljaMichael Lillja, Marketing Director, Afarak Group

Michael Lillja is head of marketing and sales at Finland-based integrated ferro-alloy producer Afarak’s trading subsidiary in Malta. Michael has held a number of leading positions in energy sector firms over the past few decades including Luxembourg’s Alloy 2000, Kazakhstan’s ENRC, Australia-based International Ferro Metals, Russia’s Serov Ferro Alloy, the UAE’s SamChrome and South Africa’s Samancor Chrome. Michael has an MSc in economics.
 David WeightDavid Weight, President, The Cobalt Institute

David graduated with a BSc Hons in applied science and has been involved with the metal mining industry for 37 years, having spent 20 years with the Zambian Mining Industry providing technical and commercial services to one of the world’s largest refined copper and cobalt producers. For a significant portion of this time he was chief executive of Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines UK.
David then worked with Mitsui, providing consulting in financial risk management and metals trading before working with Anglo American Corporation of South Africa specialising in the integration of base metal assets.
He then moved into the Lloyd’s insurance market and spent a number of years with Jardine Lloyd Thompson, the largest Europe-based insurance broker, specialising in managing mining risks.
David is now president of the Cobalt Development Institute, and director of the Cobalt REACH Consortium, which represents a large part of the global cobalt industry and works to promote sustainable and responsible production.
Marko Kusigerski, BD Manager, LME Marko Kusigerski,  Head of Ferrous, London Metal Exchange

Marko Kusigerski, business development manager at the LME, is responsible for various strategic initiatives, including the new steel contracts. He joined the London Metal Exchange in February 2014. Previously, he was working for an American investment bank and he started his career at Credit Suisse covering industrial clients within the Investment Banking Division.

 Catherine Girard, Expert Leader Energy and Raw Materials, Groupe Renault

Catherine Girard worked for 10 years in a consulting agency as project manager for the automotive sector, in charge of strategic stakes and responsible for short term and medium term European market forecasts.
She joined Nissan Europe in 2007 as Economist.
In 2009 she took over as Corporate Economist at Renault at the corporate and strategic planning department.
She currently holds the position of Expert Leader in Energy and Raw Materials, in charge of medium and long-term visions.
Anthony Milewski, Chairman, Chief Executive and Director, Cobalt 27

Anthony Milewski is the Chief Executive and Chairman of Cobalt 27.  He has spent his career in various areas of the mining industry, including as a company director, advisor, founder and investor. In particular, he has been active in battery metals commodities including investing in nickel, lithium, and cobalt and actively trading physical cobalt. In 2016, one of the industry’s leading publications, “The Mining Journal,” named him as a future mining leader.  Anthony currently sits on the LME cobalt committee.

Anthony has managed numerous mining investments at various stages of development, including exploration, development, production and turnaround situations, and across a broad range of commodities. He has served as a director of public and private companies. He is a member of the investment team at Pala Investments and prior to joining Pala Investments, he worked at Firebird Management.

He previously worked at Renaissance Capital and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom in Moscow, where he focused on advisory and transactional work in the metals and mining and oil and gas sectors. He spent a year as a Fulbright scholar.

He holds a BA in Russian history from Brigham Young University, an MA in Russian and Central Asian Studies from the University of Washington, and a JD from the University of Washington. He holds an LLM from the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Gordon	Buchanan, Senior Trader, Stratton Metal Resources Gordon Buchanan, Senior Trader, Stratton Metal Resources

Gordon Buchanan is Senior Trader for Stratton Metal Resources, joining the company in 2004 as a minority shareholder and managing its more than $1bn annual Ni and Co business. He joined the LME Cobalt committee in 2011 and has been Chairman for the past five years. Gordon worked for four years in Tokyo before joining ThyssenKrupp in 1999 to run the company’s Ni book for its trading entity. He has 27 years of experience in the metals and alloys sector and has a BA degree in finance.
 Fabio Maggiore, Sales Manager, Hobrè Instruments

Fabio Maggiore has an  MSc in Chemical Engineering from Edinburgh University in Scotland, having studied an International Baccalaureate Diploma at the RCN United World College in Norway.
He joined BP during his degree. From 2005 to 2018 he has worked for Italy Orim in the waste recovery sector as R&D and metal recovery manager, leading research in innovative recycling processes, with an internal team and universities and research centres, among the fields he researched was management of the recyclable materials loop  — from purchasing to recovery operations to sales. In future, he expects to research real-time analyser solutions.
 Intissar Benzakour, Scientific Director, Managem Group

She is a metallurgist engineer and graduated from the National School of Mineral Industries of Rabat in 1992.
With more than 25 years’ experience at Managem, where she had various responsibilities in research and development, production and sustainable development., she has been Director of the research and development centre since 2000, then Director of cobalt production in the hydrometallurgy complex from 2007 for five years.
She has been Scientific and Sustainable Development Director since 2011. She has directed various research and development projects relating to hydrometallurgy, mineral processing, waste beneficiation and new products development in cobalt, nickel, copper, zinc, gold, silver, and manganese.
She has given various key note lectures and seminars on research and development, innovation and sustainable development, mineral processing and hydrometallurgy at national and international events.
  Claes Lundman, General Manager Cell Mark Metals Division, Cell Mark Metals / Sonaco Trading
  Tony Southgate, Head of Strategic Marketing, Cobalt Marketing

Tony Southgate is Head of Strategic Cobalt Marketing for Eurasian Resources Group (ERG), one of the world’s largest diversified mining companies and a leading producer of cobalt. ERG’s Chambishi Metals Refinery is an existing LME-registered cobalt producer and the company’s Metalkol RTR project will become one of the world's largest cobalt producers when commissioned in 2018. Tony has nearly 25 years of experience focused exclusively on the financing, trading and marketing of cobalt. Prior to ERG, Tony worked for a number of cobalt institutions including SFP and ECTP.
 Eelco Vogt, Research and Development Director, Albemarle Catalysts Company

Professor Eelco Vogt is Distinguished Advisor at Albemarle Catalysts, and Professor of Refinery Catalysts at Utrecht University.
Eelco Vogt is a catalyst research and development distinguished advisor at Albermarle Catalysts — formerly Akzo Nobel Catalysts — and professor of refinery catalysis at the Netherlands’ Utrecht University. He received his PhD from the same university in 1988.
He has worked for Albemarle Catalysts for 28 years in various research and development roles, covering fluid catalytic cracking, hydroprocessing, hydrocracking, biomass conversion and other processes, and was global director for catalyst research and development in 2006-09.
He joined Utrecht University as a professor in 2014. He is chairman of the industrial advisory board to the Netherlands Institute for Research in Catalysis, and principal and co-author of the Science and Technology Roadmap for Catalysis in the Netherlands. He is also chairman of the programme council for chemical conversion, process technology and synthesis at the Netherlands’ Topsector Chemie.
 Stephane Chorlet, Sales and Marketing Vice President, Erasteel - VALDI
 Alexis Mikandji, Director General, CEE, Ministry of Mines,Democratic Republic of Congo
 Carl Landuydt, Managing Director, Aperam Sourcing
 Edward Lauer, Head of Portfolio Optimisation, Eurasian Resources Group
 Barry Jackson, Principal Market Analysis Nickel, Anglo American
 Damian Brousse, Managing Director, Wogen
 Nigel Clarke, Manager Alloys and Metals Procurement, Liberty Speciality Steels
 Denis Sharypin, Head of Market Research, Norilsk Nickel
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