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FREE member only seminar: Tuesday 17 March 2015

SACOME is excited to bring a free, member-only seminar featuring three experts in the field of nuclear energy. Esteemed visiting international expert Dr Tim Stone, together with renowned local nuclear and climate change expert Ben Heard and the World Nuclear Associations Ian Hore-Lacy will discuss the nuclear global scene, the lessons learnt and the options for South Australia.

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New President to lead SACOME

12 February 2015

SACOME is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Burgess as President, following current President John Roberts stepping down after over a decade in the role.

Terry Burgess was elected President at a Council meeting last week and will commence in the role on 1 March. Mr Burgess has several years’ experience on the SACOME council, including previously as Vice President.

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SACOME welcomes royal commission into the nuclear fuel cycle

9 February 2015

The South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME) welcomes the announcement by Premier Jay Weatherill for a Royal Commission to consider what role South Australia can play in the nuclear fuel cycle.

SACOME Chief Executive Jason Kuchel applauded the Government’s decision to initiate the Royal Commission stating “It takes great political courage to initiate a review into South Australia’s role in the nuclear industry, and political maturity to have bipartisan support on this important matter”.

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First Breakfast event of 2015!

Drillsearch Energy, Havilah Resources & Minotaur Exploration

MEMBERS ONLY EVENT

Date: Thursday 19 March 2015 (Save the event to your calendar)

Time: 6:45am - 9:00am

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Annual Resources Industry Dinner - Early-Bird Price

2015 SACOME Annual Resources Industry Dinner

Monday 13 April

Register online now for early-bird prices!

Formal invite to follow

Community engagement key to success for SA's resources industry

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The South Australian resources industry supports expectations that communities should be fully informed and involved in activities that may affect them. Effectively engaging and actively partnering with communities is core to the industry's social license to operate.

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