This week the XII Russian-German Raw Materials Forum will be held at St. Petersburg Mining University. High-ranking German officials and members of the Russian government will take part in it.
Russian and German experts will discuss cooperation in the raw materials industry at the St. Petersburg MFC Gorny
The Russian-German raw materials forum ended at St. Petersburg Mining University. Mining experts from two countries discussed problems and solutions.
The agenda of the forum was formed by the problems of global climate change, waste recycling, and the use of hydrogen fuel. The parameters of joint work between the two countries in the near future were outlined
Russian and German businessmen who are involved in the extraction and processing of raw materials got together at Petersburg Mining University.
The Raw Materials Forum raises topics that are important for both Russia and Germany. For example, how to make production more environmentally friendly, reduce costs, and efficiently develop and extract natural resources.
The Russian-German Raw Materials Forum is being held for the 12th time at St. Petersburg Mining University. This time it is dedicated to the cooperation of the two countries, the interaction of regions in the economic sphere.
Among the participants are politicians, businessmen, scientists, students and teachers of leading universities of the two states.
The conference will host dozens of plenary sessions, discussions and round tables. In particular, the forum will discuss issues of digitalization of the commodity industry, the possibility of cooperation between higher institutions of Russia and Germany
The main buyers of Russian gas are ready to help reduce environmental damage from hydrocarbon production
There is a dilemma: oil and gas are needed for the development of the world, but at the same time their production causes great harm to the environment. Ways to solve this problem were discussed on November 28 at St. Petersburg Mining University at the 12th Russian-German Raw Materials Forum.
From November 27 to 29, the 12th Russian-German Raw Materials Forum will be held at St. Petersburg Mining University. Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko greeted the participants. She noted that this time an important topic of the event was the in-depth interaction of countries in the field of sustainable development and the creation of a closed-loop economy and the further expansion of cooperation between Russia and Germany, which the Federation Council actively supports.
Landfills as mineral deposits: such an innovative campaign is considered today at the Russian-German raw material forum. It opened at St. Petersburg Mining University. One of the main topics is the increase in waste processing. An equally important issue is to understand how the world will change after the rejection of traditional fuels.
This forum is being held for the 12th time and, despite Western sanctions and pressure, it gathers more and more guests every year. As long as the EU leadership continues the policy of economic pressure, the key countries of the European Union; the same Germany, has already openly declared: there is no practical sense in anti-Russian sanctions, we need to look for points of convergence.
The XII Russian-German Raw Materials Conference began its work in St. Petersburg. It takes place at St. Petersburg Mining University.
The conference was attended by representatives of 49 universities in Germany and Russia, as well as politicians and scientists of the two countries. Among the invited guests were Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko, St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Gordeev, German Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Muller.
The most promising developments were presented at the CASE-IN International Engineering Championship. Young specialists from the regions of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan presented projects on the topic of Digital Transformation. Digitalization of production is one of the key challenges of modern science and technology which a new generation of scientists must answer. The goal of the International Championship is to attract the attention of young specialists to solving urgent problems in metallurgy, petrochemicals, mining and other industries. The project provides an opportunity for students, postgraduate students and even high school students to try their abilities in practice, participate in team competition, work with experienced mentors, make enjoyable and useful contacts.
This year, the Mining University team made it to the finals of the championship in the “Mining” nomination. The crew presented a draft of non-standard mining at a diamond deposit in Yakutia. The use of digital technologies that reduce human participation is an integral part of this project.
12 experts of the National Association of Mining Engineers, established to integrate national specialists in this field into the world community, received certificates during the 3rd Russian-British Raw Materials Dialogue. Such a document gives them the right to certify mining engineers on behalf of the British Technical Council, thus increasing their status. To do that, the International Center of Competencies in Mining Engineering was established at Mining University under the auspices of UNESCO.