Dudley Kingsnorth

About Dudley Kingsnorth

Dudley Kingsnorth has over 45 years experience in the international mining industry through positions that he has held in operations, project development, marketing, technical consultancies and business development. In 1988 he was awarded the Confederation of Western Industry Individual Export for his contribution to the development of the lithium mineral market. Dudley is recognised as a world authority on the rare earths market and rare earths project development through his 22 year association with the industry, initially as Project Manager of the Mt Weld Rare Earths Project and over the past 12 years as an independent consultant to the industry. He is the author/editor of the last four editions of the Roskill report on rare earths. Dudley has given many key note addresses to international rare earths conferences, including ‘The China Rare Earths Summit’ in Beijing in 2010, the EU/Australia Rare Earths Conference in The Hague in 2010, the 4th China International Rare Earths Conference in Baotou in 2012 and the 8th China International rare earths Summit in Baotou in August 2016. He has provided confidential advice on rare earths to a number of government departments worldwide. In 2012, Dudley was appointed a Professor at the Curtin Graduate School of Business (CGSB) at Curtin University in Western Australia with special responsibilities for establishing the Australian Critical Materials Initiative. Dudley has maintained his interest in the international lithium market since his time as Marketing Manager of Lithium Australia Ltd (1980-85). In August 2016 he joined the Board of Dakota Minerals Limited. Dudley is a former Vice-President of the Australasian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy. He was the organiser of the first international conference on critical minerals: "The Critical Minerals Conference" held in Perth in June 2013.

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The Reality: China is Geared-up to Manufacture Your Electric Vehicle in China

Over the past 25 years China has been progressively moving downstream, such that it now dominates not only the production […]