Benchmark World Tour 2017

Toronto, Canada

World Tour 2016: Where from the supply chain were delegates from?

34% upstream

4% downstream

62% investors

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Toronto | April 24th 2017
Yorke Room, 68 th Floor, First Canadian PlaceC


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Agenda

12:00 Arrival / Networking Lunch
12:40 Introduction from BMO Capital Markets

Keynotes: Upstream

12:45 Speciality versus commodity: | How lithium ion raw materials need to evolve for 21st Century demand - Simon Moores, Managing Director, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence
13:05 The rise & fall of lithium | +60 million tonnes of opportunity - Dr David Deak, CTO, Lithium Americas Former Senior Development Engineer at Tesla, Battery Supply Chain / Gigafactory

Battery Raw Material Rapidfire Sessions: Lithium, Graphite, Cobalt

13:20 Guy Bourassa, CEO, Nemaska Lithium (Lithium, Canada)
13:35 Don Bubar, President, Avalon Advanced Materials (Lithium, Canada)
13:50 Eric Desaulniers, CEO, Nouveau Monde (Graphite, Canada)
14:05 Greg Bowes, CEO, Northern Graphite (Graphite, Canada)
14:20 Coffee and Networking

Keynote: Downstream

14:45 Lithium ion battery revolution from a cell and pack producers’ perspective Rick Chamberlain, CTO, Boston Power

Battery Raw Material Rapidfire Sessions

15:05 Carlos Vicens, CFO, Neo Lithium (Lithium, Argentina)
15:20 Trent Mell, President & CEO, First Cobalt (Cobalt, Canada)
15:35 Brent Nykoliation, VP Corporate Development, NextSource Materials (Graphite, Madagascar)

Q&A Session

15:50 LPanel session / Q&A with all speakers
16:30 Finish
16:00 Drinks Reception
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Sponsors

Guest Speakers

Brent Nykoliation

Snr VP, NextSource Materials Inc

Trent Mell

President & CEO, First Cobalt

Carlos Vicens

CFO, Neo Lithium

Guy Bourassa

NEMASKA LITHIUM INC

David Deak

CTO, Lithium Americas

Eric Desaulniers

President & CEO, Nouveau Monde Graphite

Greg Bowes

CEO, Northern Graphite

DON BUBAR

CEO, AVALON ADVANCED MATERIALS INC

Simon Moores

MD, Benchmark

Caspar Rawles

Analyst, Benchmark

Yorke Room, 68 th Floor, First Canadian Place