Michael Wheatland has been invited to speak at events and conferences around the globe including:
Topics Michael speaks about
Sustainable Mineral Processing Technology
Carbon Reduction technology
Climate science and actions that we can take as a society
Public Policy Improvements and advocacy
World Mining Congress
Michael presented brand new zero emissions minerals technology which enables electrification and carbon emissions reduction within the mining and minerals sector.
Better Futures Forum
6-7 September 2022 - Canberra, Australia
A keynote speaker, Michael will be speaking about emissions reduction technology, government support and what Australia can and is doing to improve our contribution to a sustainable future.
To see the full program, visit Better Futures.
CO2 Capture Conference
5-6 October 2022, Sydney Australia
A keynote speaker, Michael will be speaking about Carbon Capture, Storage and Re-use including the regulatory value chain in identifying the economic characteristics and value chain modelling of CCS and the gaps in the market.
To see the full program, visit Carbon Capture Summit Website
Better Futures Forum 2021
Michael is speaking at the Better Futures forum about Better Futures for Heavy Industry.
Along side amazing speakers such as Former Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon.
To see the full program visit Better Futures.
Waste to Energy Forum
Michael is speaking at the Waste to Energy Forum in Ballarat about using carbon negative chemical products to boost the clean energy output of waste to energy power plants.
To see the full conference program visit AIEN.
WIOA Water Conference
Michael has presented at WIOA Water and environment conferences across Australia about using sustainable technology to recondition concrete structures and avoid mineral acid corrosion.
To see the full conference programs visit WIOA.
California and Hawaii Water and Environment Conferences
Michael presented at the Hawaii Water and Environment Association about using technology to revolutionise the water networks to reduce their emissions and improve infrastructure management of concrete assets.
To see the full programs of the conferences visit: