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Jointly organized by:
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Ibero-American Programme for Science, Technology and Development (CYTED)
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) 
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
In collaboration with
Colegio de Ingenieros de Chile A.G 
Comisión Chilena de Energía Nuclear
Ministerio de Minería

UNFC – the tool of choice for optimizing natural resource management
(Press Release 12 July 2013)

Article at the Colegio de Ingenieros de Chile website
(Published on 17 July 2013)

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9 July
Official Opening:
 
Opening Speech
Rodrigo Urquiza on behalf of the Minister of Mining of Chile
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Short opening statements by:
Charlotte Griffiths on behalf of UNECE and ECLACPDF
Jaime Salas, CCHENPDF
IAEA’s Technical Cooperation 
Activities and INT/2/015: Objectives, Work Plan and Achievements
Jing Zhang, IAEA
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Session 1: UNFC-2009 and Reporting of Uranium and Thorium Resources
What are the issues with uranium and thorium resources reporting in a national context?
Tour de Table
UNFC-2009: An introduction
Charlotte Griffiths, UNECE
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UNFC 2009: How it Works  and Stakeholder Benefits
David MacDonald, EGRC
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Geological Classification of Uranium Resources
Patrice Bruneton, France
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What is ‘Comprehensive Extraction’?
Julian Hilton, UK
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Classification standards of mining and energy resources according to the UN classification
Edmundo Tulcanaza, Mining Commission of Chile and CRIRSCO
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The Mining sector in Latin America: review of current trends and prospects
Jean Acquatella, UN ECLAC
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UNFC-2009 bridging document for Nuclear Fuel Resources and applications for "energy basins" – Unified reporting  and management for all resources
Hari Tulsidas, IAEA
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10 July
Session 2: Unconventional Uranium resources
Uranium resources – Global outlook
Patrice Bruneton, France
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Uranium and Thorium Resources in Chile
Prospection and Recovery Experiences
Pedro Orrego, CCHEN
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Mining in Chile, Current Situation and  Perspectives
Alberto Salas, President of Sonami
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The Code of Mines of Chile
Rodrigo Urquiza,  Ministry of Mining - Cochilco
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Uranium from unconventional resources – Challenges and opportunities
Patrice Bruneton
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Competency based capacity building for managing uranium life-cycle
Julian Hilton, UK
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Stakeholder communications: Having the right narrative
Julian Hilton, UK
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Manufacture of  Nuclear Fuel Elements in Chile
Luis Olivares, CCHEN
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Session 3: Socio-economic background
Defining social issue metrics
Gabriela Strazzolini , Roberto Sarudiansky and Hugo Nielson, UNSAM/OLAMI
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Sustainability indicators
Roberto Villas-Boas, CYTED
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Mining conflicts and their impact on the UNFC E axis
Daniel Bosque, Argentina, and Monica Belling, Peru (Mining Press)
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10 July
Session 4: Reporting uranium resources: Case studies
Argentina – UNFC case studies and country report
Luis Lopez
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Argentina – country report
Luis Lopez
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Indonesia
Agus Sumaryanto
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Iraq
Thair Benni
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Malawi 
Cassius Chiwambo
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Philippines
Rolando Reyes
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Tanzania
Dennis Mwalongo
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Thailand
Pipat Laowattanabandit and Pipat Pichestapong
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Mongolia
Baatartsogt Baldorj
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Sri Lanka
Anil Peiris
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Nigeria
Tunde Arisekola
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Paraguay
Gustavo Da Silva Silveira
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UNFC – the tool of choice for optimizing natural resource management
(Press Release 12 July 2013)

Article at the Colegio de Ingenieros de Chile website
(Published on 17 July 2013)

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