The forum featured a panel of industry leaders who discussed the future of Australia’s energy production with a focus on Queensland as the primary contributor of energy for the east coast.
Although we’d expect nothing less of our MEC Mining powerhouse Maria Joyce, we’re delighted to share that she has been named one of the world’s top 100 women in mining.
Non-profit UK organisation Women in Mining (WIM) has named Maria, MEC’s General Manager – Strategy and Business Development, as one of its ‘Top 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining’. Their search extended across the entire mining sector, including related and supporting industries, and all roles, ‘from mine to office, from explorers to C-Suite, from finance to compliance and ESG to government/non-government agencies’.
We’re pleased to share that MEC Mining has become a member of independent industry body the Queensland Resources Council (QRC). A non-government organisation representing the interests of companies involved in exploration, mining, minerals processing and energy production, the QRC works to secure an environment that supports the long-term sustainability of minerals and energy sectors in Queensland.
A diverse panel of leaders from the resources sector discussed the future of energy at MEC Mining’s breakfast forum on 9 November.
As the world faces increasing threats from the effects of climate change, discussions around the transition to greener energy are of crucial global significance. This event brought together high-profile panellists who are passionate about the future of the world’s energy supply: