EIT RAW MATERIALS SUMMIT 2019
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The Future of Waste NdFeB Rare Earth Permanent Magnets and their Role in a Circular Economy
The harsh, remote and inaccessible Arctic, is underexplored, and thus holds an opportunity for future supply of resources. The Arctic poses challenges and demands of technologies and logistical approaches being applied to identify and develop such resources.
The short seasons, vulnerable environment and risks in the Arctic request that technologies are safe, dependable and easy deployable. Also, the expensive and short-season field campaigns imply that technologies must be efficient and trustworthy and, preferable, produced near-real time or minimal turn-around time results for fast follow-up. Since cost of drilling in Arctic often is much more expensive than in competing areas, even more emphasis is needed on the integration of geoscience data and development of robust exploration strategy prior to model-test by drilling. Offsetting this is the often well exposed geology that generally extends the quality of the geological model and interpretation beyond what can be obtained in other areas where cover and vegetation hamper direct observations.
In a dynamic and fast-moving financial and commodity market, the ability of technologies to deliver results and new flow faster and timely is vital. All this is governed by an underlying demand for delivering sustainable impacts on society. The presentation will focus on the trends and needs for future exploration technologies and approaches applied in Arctic; under a motto ‘if it works under these conditions, it will work everywhere’.
PS6 - Resource Efficiency Cities
Wed Feb 13 2019 16:32:34 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)