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  • In the low price commodity market landscape, market participants seek information to make better business decisions that shape strong future strategies.

    The Argus Americas Rare Earths Summit 2016 brings you together with global stakeholders from across the supply chain. Youll discuss core issues including the lack of new production and substitution of rare earths in end use products. This is your opportunity to learn which consumers are continuing to use rare earths and hear what your trading partners are planning.

    Meet leading consumers, manufacturers, processors, producers, mining compa-nies and traders from the rare earths market at this two-day conference dedi-cated to the latest trends and developments in the sector.

    Confirmed speakers include:

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    Book your place: argusmedia.com/americas-rare-earths

    Argus Americas Rare Earths SummitJune 13 - 16, 2016Denver Marriott West Denver, Colorado

    Kurt HoenkeGlobal Sourcing Manager - Motor

    Components Stanley Black &

    Decker

    Steven StretzChief Engineer

    Regal Beloit

    Mark Seddon Senior Manager

    Argus Consulting

    Tom Rasmussen Director of Strategic Planning & Market

    Research DLA Strategic

    Materials

    Nabeel MancheriMarie Currie Fellow Institute of Envi-

    ronmental Science, Leiden University

    Bruce MoyerGroup Leader,

    Chemical Separations,

    The Oak Ridge National

    Laboratory

    Luisa MorenoManaging Partner

    Tahuti Global

    Shiba Masayoshi, Strategic Planning Division, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) Darnita Akers,Senior Analyst, Government Accountability Office

    Gary Ragan, Global Purchasing Director, Albemarle

    Clint Cox, Founder & President, The Anchor House

    Daryl Spindler, Plant Operations Manager, Palm Commodities International LLC

    Mr Feng Yun Guang, Rare earth and steel industry manager, CCCMC

    Additional Speakers

    2016 Site Visit Colorado School of Mines and Critical Materials Institute Lab

  • Why should you attend the Argus Americas Rare Earths Summit?

    A Snapshot of the 150+ Attendees from Las Vegas 2015:Ford Motors Toyota Tsusho Corporation Siemens Wind Power Amazon Web Services Critical materials Institute Arnold Magnetic Technologies Hitachi Metals, Ltd. Rohstoff Allianz Siemens Wind Power Bose Corporation Stormcrow American Council for and Energy Efficient Economy Johnson Matthey Process Technologies Sumitomo Corporation RM Technology IMCOA Toyotsu Rare Earths Corporation B&C Speakers Spa Denham Capital Rare Element Resources Blue Line Corporation Hefa Rare Earth Canada Argnold Magnetic Technologies Brose Fahrzeugteile, Wuerzburg Nissan North America Barclays Rare Element Resources Fujian Changting Golden Dragon Rare-Earth Toyotsu Rare Earths Corporation Advanced Material Japan Corporation Innovation Metals Corp. Solvay, Inc. Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association Ford Motors Advanced Manufacturing Office, US Department of Energy Kiewit Mineria Activa BASF Corporation Treibacher Industrie Grundfos Management Colorado Schhol of Mines Dexter Magnetic Technologies Defense Logistics Agency Aminco Resources Apple Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Molycorp Nissan North America U.S. Government Accountability Office

    Benefits of Attending: Meet over 100 senior executives who

    are involved in the rare earths industry

    Hear from consumers in the industry regarding their consumption requirements and supply chain diversification

    Many networking opportunities including Coors brewery tour, site visit, and networking receptions

    Hear the latest information on the rare earths market from the industrys top experts and market participants

    Join your peers for a trip to the Colorado School of Mines and Critical Materials Institute Lab for a facility tour, including CMIs mineral processing and process engineering for both primary rare earth production, and rare earth recycling, view a live stream of other CMI facilities including Ames Lab, and learn more about the CMIs work on economic analysis and rare earth deposits.

    Discuss the implications of Chinas new export policies, new technologies and consumption patterns with industry experts

    2015 Attendee Breakdown

    Consumer

    Miner / Processor

    Research / Consultant

    Trader

    Investment

    Association

    Government

    Other

    This event will provide you with the best opportunity of the year to network with the industrys most senior executives across the global rare earths supply chain.

  • June 13, 2016

    Coors Brewery Tour:

    14:45 Bus Departs Denver Marriott West for the Brewery (Delegates will meet inside the hotel lobby. The bus will depart promptly at 15:00.)

    15:30 17:00 Coors Brewery Tour and Beer Sampling - Complimentary to all registered delegates

    Tour details: The Miller Visitor Center offers you an indoor/outdoor guided walking tour of Miller Valley, home to over 155 years of brewing history. Experience everything from Fredrick Millers arrival in Milwaukee to the high-speed production lines used today. Your free, one-hour tour seamlessly blends the rich history of Miller Brewing Co. with the modern technology of todays brewing process.

    17:00 Bus Departs Brewery

    June 14, 2016

    08:00-09:30Registration and Coffee

    09:30-09:45Chairmans Opening Remarks

    09:45-10:15 Rare Earth Consumption in the Everyday World

    Use of rare earths in household products and tools The future for consumption of rare earths in these

    products Analysing the requirements of manufacturers

    Kurt Hoenke, Global Sourcing Manager Motor Components, Stanley Black and Decker

    10:15-10:45 The Changing Production of FCC Catalysts

    Understand how the oil price is affecting FCC catalyst production

    How are earths used in FCC catalysts? How has this affected consumption of rare earths?

    Gary Ragan, Global Purchasing Director, Albemarle

    Agenda: Argus Americas Rare Earths Summit 2016

    Book your registration online: www.argusmedia.com/americas-rare-earths

    10:45-11:15 How Will the Increase in Electric Car Production Affect Rare Earths Demand?

    An analysis of the global electric vehicle industry trade flows raw materials, production and sales

    Rare Earth requirements in electric vehicles batteries and magnets

    Exploring how a growth in electric vehicle sales will af-fect rare earths consumption

    Speaker to be announced

    11:15-12:00 Morning Coffee Break

    12:00-12:30 Assessing The Rare Earths Industry Post Molycorp

    How has the industry coped with Molycorp going into maintenance

    A look at the future for production from Mountain Pass Analysing how small cap mining firms have been af-

    fected

    Luisa Moreno, Managing Partner, Tahuti Global

    12:30-13:00 Analysing the Changing Global Rare Earths Supply and Demand Outlook

    Understanding the global supply dynamic, and potential new supply

    Exploring current and future consumption Analysing global trade flows

    Mark Seddon, Senior Manager, Argus Consulting Services

    13:00-14:00 Lunch

    Join delegates at the Coors brewery tour

  • 10:00-10:30 The Design and Application of Permanent Magnet Motors Steven Stretz, Chief Engineer, Regal Beloit

    10:30 -11:00 The Market Dynamics of the Permanent Magnet Industry

    Global magnet trade flows Exploring the growing uses for permanent magnets Analysing the source of rare earths for permanent magnets

    produced in the USASpeaker to be announced

    11:00-11:45 Morning Coffee Break

    11:45 -12:15 Rare Earth Policy in the US

    Rare earth stockpiling in the US National rare earths policy Will the government invest to

    secure a domestic supply? Exploring the shortfall of europium and lanthanum

    Darnita Akers, Senior Analyst, Government Accountability Office

    12:15-12:45 Strategic Materials Policy in the Defense Department and Rare Earths in the National Defense Stockpile

    Rare earth uses in military applications Implications of the inability to source rare earths

    for military applications Reviewing advancements in substitution of rare

    earths

    Tom Rasmussen, Director of Strategic Planning and Market Research, DLA Strategic Materials

    12:45-13:15 Examining the Technology Gaps in the RE Supply Chain

    Bruce Moyer, Group Leader, Chemical Separations, The Oak Ridge National Laboratory

    13:15-14:30 Networking Lunch

    14:30 -15:00 Chinas Ongoing Battle Against Illegal Mining

    Evaluating the implications of illegal mining in China Understanding exports of illegal material, and how these

    get into the market Understanding how the Chinese government is working to

    clamp down on illegal production

    Feng Yun Guang, Rare Earth and Steel Industry Manager, CCCMC

    Agenda: Argus Americas Rare Earths Summit 2016

    14:00 -17:30 Supply Chain Workshops

    Many of your peers and colleagues told us last year that the discussion groups formed the most essential part of the programme. Weve made some changes so that youll find them even more valuable.

    This year youll have access to a full afternoon of group discussions and information sharing, and will have the opportunity to join each topic area as the workshops ro-tate throughout the afternoon.This ensures you can learn about the upstream rare earths industry and really get to meet your fellow attendees in a structured discussi