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The Extractive Industry Geology (EIG) Conference is the principal event for sharing knowledge, scientific research and good practice in the field of applied geology within the UK minerals industry.

Upcoming Events - EIG 2018

The next EIG event will be the 2018 conference at Durham University 12-15th September 2018. For more information follow the link to the latest circular below and to attend the conference please complete and follow the instructions on the booking form.

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Latest conference news - Third circular, May 2018.

delegate booking form - durham 2018

Submit now to take advantage of the early bird rate! Hurry, Closes Friday 14th July!.

dRAFT CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Please note that the programme is still in draft form and, although the speakers are now confirmed, the running order is still subject to change and should not be relied upon.  A finalised version of the programme will be issued to delegates at registration and will be published on this website shortly before the conference.

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CONFERENCE CHARITY ANNOUNCED....

See our charity update page for more details.

 

The EIG Experience!

Check out the EIG's promo video. It's a testament to the reasons why we organise conferences and one day meetings!

 

 

 

2016 Conference Video Round Up

Simon McCurdy, chairman of EIG 2016, provides a summary the conference which was held at the University of Birmingham. Check out the video!

   

 

Opportunities to support industry-based student projects in 2018click here

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Industry partners are now being sort for Geology undergraduates to undertake applied co-supervised summer projects.

Recognising the 50th Anniversary of the Aberfan Disaster

At the last EIG conference the Ansel Dunham lecture was presented by Dr Alan Cobb. The topic was regarding the Aberfan Disaster and was titled "The Aberfan disaster and its continuing relevance 50 years on".  The EIG felt it important to recognise the 50th Anniversary of the  Aberfan Disaster and its implications to legislation that came out of the act and regulations following the disaster. 

A synopsis to Dr Cobb's lecture can be read by following the link below:

The Aberfan disaster and its continuing relevance 50 years on

 

 

Sponsorship

Thanks to the following for their hard work and support in helping to organise the 19th EIG Conference - 2016:

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