How are minerals and energy resources engineers shaping the future?
For the future of our energy supply, minerals and energy resources engineers will play an increasingly important role. For example, in supplying key battery minerals, such as lithium, copper, cobalt, nickel etc.
In addition, this discipline will give students the most relevant and essential knowledge and skillsets for solving problems in projects about underground storage of carbon dioxide and hydrogen. These projects are key players in the global target of net zero emissions.
To learn more about storing carbon in the Earth watch this short video with Yu Jing.