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  • TREM10
  • TREM12

     

    TREM12 Details Announced!

    Date: March 13-14, 2012

    Location: Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City, Arlington VA

    TREM12 is our latest annual critical metals policy conference, and will exceed all others. Our speakers and participants come from the defense, energy, and mining industries, as well as key government policy makers.

    Our speakers so far have included:

     

    • Congressman Mike Coffman
    • Senator Lisa Murkowski
    • Assistant Energy Secretary David Sandalow
    • White House Clean Energy & Materials R&D Assistant Director Cyrus Wadia
    • Chilean Energy and Mining Minister Laurence Golborne
    • Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry Advisor Toshikazu Okuya
    • General Gregory S. Martin (USAF-Ret)
    • USGS Director Marcia McNutt

     

    We also hosted delegates from the Australian, Canadian, Israeli and Danish Embassies, as international resources are of critical importance to America's resource security.

     

     

     

  • TREM11

     

    TREM11 Details Announced!

    Date: March 22-23, 2011

    Location: Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City, Arlington VA

    TREM10 was called the best conference of the year by some, and TREM11 will exceed it. TREM10 included speakers and participants from the defense, energy, and mining industries, as well as key government policy makers.

    Our keynote speakers were:

    • Congressman Mike Coffman,
    • Assistant Energy Secretary David Sandalow
    • USGS Director Marcia McNutt

    We also hosted delegates from the Australian and Canadian Embassies, as international resources are of critical importance to America's resource security.

    At TREM11, we are booking a bigger venue for more people as we include more content beyond rare earth metals, particularly lithium, tantalum, niobium and cobalt.

    Expectations from TREM10 Participants

    "To me, the TREM process is endless. TREM '11 should excel."

    "TREM '11 should continue with the very successful program of government, education, and industry cooperation that was evident in TREM '10."


     

     

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