Industry leaders including confirmed speakers Robert Friedland, Lukas Lundin, David Garofalo and Kelvin Dushnisky will offer delegates their insights into current commodities markets and how they have built some of the world's most successful mining and mineral exploration companies.
On an African dog and pony show with mining mogul Robert Friedland Monday February 17, 2014 12:50 Ivanhoe Mines executive chairman Robert Friedland at the site of the initial Kamoa copper discovery in the Katanga province, D.R. Congo – Feb 11, 2014.
Mining Watch Canada say SLORC/SPDC are being well supported by funds from Ivanhoe. Around the world, Friedland has left a trail of environmental wreckage behind him. There was a spectacular cyanide spill from his gold mine in Summitville, Colorado, in 1993, dubbed the 'Exxon-Valdez of the mining …
—Robert Friedland A JV with Ivanhoe and Zjin Mining Group each holding 39.6% and the DRC 20%, Kamoa-Kakula inspires "a plethora of superlatives." The veteran of Voisey's Bay and Oyu Tolgoi added, "I've never been as bullish in my 35 years on a project."
Ivanhoe Mines' Executive Chairman Robert Friedland will be a featured speaker at the prestigious China Development Forum's first fall summit in Beijing on September 16 this year. The conference's theme is A New Chapter for China's Reform and Opening-up. The China Development Forum, focusing ...
Robert M. Friedland is the infamous Chairman of Ivanhoe Mines. He is a 'self-made' billionaire, number 645 on the Forbes richest Americans in 2006, with wealth close to $1.2 billion. He is a 'self-made' billionaire, number 645 on the Forbes richest Americans in 2006, with wealth close to $1.2 billion.
When mining financier Robert Friedland took the stage at the World Copper Conference in Chile earlier this year, he outlined the future of mining in a way that brings hope to an industry suffering from a collapse in commodity prices and a society looking for solutions to shift to a low-carbon economy.