Important constructive proposals for the annual meeting Symposium Important academic seminars Publication of academic papers on mining and metallurgy - Wen/Lin relocation

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Important constructive proposal for the annual meeting

■ The government is encouraged to strengthen the control of foreign energy and mineral resources to ensure stable domestic supply security for the sustainable development of the overall economy.

  1. 1. In recent years, neighboring countries such as China, Japan and South Korea have been actively planning to diversify the sources of supply of imported energy and mineral resources. For example, mainland China’s only energy import from the Middle East has been diversified. South America and Southeast Asia, and mainland China and Japan are ranked second and third largest oil consumers in the world. The rapid economic development requires a large amount of energy and mineral resources, and it overlaps with my supply sources and competes with each other.

Second, China's energy supply is almost 100% dependent on imports. In the past, 70% of the oil came from the Middle East; 40% of the coal came from mainland China; more natural gas came from Indonesia and Malaysia. When it could not be imported, it immediately threatened the lifeline of China's economy, energy and Diversified sources of mineral resources can effectively ensure national energy security.

The Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Economic Development Council are invited to pay attention to their importance, develop countermeasures, and encourage the mastery of overseas energy and mineral resources to respond to future trends. (Republic of China 95 years)

■Invited the Industrial Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs to strengthen counseling and promote the NADCAP (National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) special process certification for domestic metal and aerospace industry manufacturers to assist manufacturers to upgrade product grades and enter the high value of aerospace industry development. The field.

  1. 1. At present, the production of most manufacturers in the domestic metal industry has reached the level of international manufacturers, but the quality has not yet reached the high-grade product grade, such as: domestic screw cap fastener processing industry, combined with upstream raw materials and downstream good processing technology. It accounts for about 14% of the global production distribution, while the high value-added aerospace fastener occupancy rate is far below 1%.

Second, in order to promote the upgrading and high value of metal industry products, it is proposed to invite the Industrial Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs to develop and expand the NADCAP certification counseling measures to assist manufacturers to upgrade their product grades and obtain certification, and smoothly enter the high value field of Aerospace Industry. .

The Ministry of Economic Affairs will be invited to expand the NADCAP certification counseling measures to encourage metal products manufacturers to upgrade their product grades and enter the high-value aerospace products sector. (Republic of China 96 years)

■ In order to ensure the stability of domestic sandstone supply and demand, the government is requested to actively carry out the relevant laws and regulations on the land and stone to promote the use of special zones for earth and stone.

Since the land and soil used in flatland agriculture and animal husbandry adopts the intermediate utilization behavior, it is backfilled to restore agricultural use after completion, and has the function of fallow to increase crop productivity. It is recommended that the government (COA) return to the non-urban land use control rules to allow the use. Mining earth and stone.

It is recommended that the Ministry of Economic Affairs, in accordance with the provisions of Article 7 of the Law on Earth and Stone, actively promote the use of special zones for land and stone on the land to eliminate public doubts and stabilize domestic supply and demand of sand and gravel. (Republic of China, 1997)

■ In order to ensure the smooth and stable supply of domestic coal, the policy is to actively coordinate and integrate domestic coal users to explore overseas coal resources.

  1. 1. The use of coal in China has been imported from overseas. In the past 97 years, the import usage was 62.96 million 909 metric tons. The top three importing countries were Australia, Indonesia and China.

Second, China has no coal production and cannot regulate the fluctuations in coal prices caused by natural disasters and man-made disasters. For example, in early 2007, China announced the suspension of coal exports due to snowstorms; Queensland, Australia reduced coal exports due to flooding, coal prices rose linearly, and some coal supply contracts were even terminated; China could only snap up the spot with the coal spot market.

  1. 3. Recently, both Taipower and Sinosteel have invested in Australian coal mines. Due to the large scale of large coal mines, the proportion of capital invested by individual enterprises in China is not high. In order to increase the number of domestic manufacturers in large coal mines with potential, they have achieved greater The control of the capital ratio should be integrated with the main domestic coal force, investing in foreign potential coal mines, and seeking stability in the domestic coal supply.

It is recommended to integrate large domestic coal users and invest in exploration of internationally potential coal mines. (Republic of China 98 years)

■ The “Greenhouse Gas Reduction (referred to as the “Warm Reduction Method”) adopted by the Legislative Yuan on the first reading has many doubts. The competent authorities are required to communicate with the business community as soon as possible to eliminate obstacles and improve feasibility.

  1. I. Name and structure: Covering greenhouse gas reduction and climate adaptation with the Climate Change Act is the current trend. The draft of China's warming-down law is similar in name to the CO2 reduction method developed by Switzerland in 1999. It is too biased to reduce carbon and ignore adjustment.

Second, the government's responsibility: the British and Japanese carbon reduction method and the Korean mother's draft law all regard various types of carbon reduction and adjustment as the government's natural responsibility. China should also look at greenhouse gas reduction measures in the same way, and clearly stated in the parent law that the government must fully assume the responsibility for carbon reduction and adjustment.

Third, the implementation of organizations and mechanisms: internationally believe that the head of the highest administrative body to decide and implement, in order to balance carbon reduction, energy, economics, adjustment and people's employment. The design of China's temperature reduction method is led by the Environmental Protection Agency. The reason for the low level of fear is that it is difficult to take into account the overall situation, and it is difficult to effectively grasp the carbon reduction target and duration.

Fourth, taking into account economic development: This is an important principle for the implementation of greenhouse gas reduction in the world. The reduction of carbon in the industrial sector is based on the principle of not damaging international competitiveness or causing "carbon leakage". Therefore, the "international standard" and "departmental measures" are required to uniformly require global industries. China's temperature reduction law should also adopt its reasonable matching to the industrial sector when it follows the strict international verification and punishment, so as not to cause the burden of carbon reduction in China to be much higher than that of the same industry in other countries.

  1. V. Considering the cost of carbon reduction: Compliance with “cost effectiveness” is another important principle for the implementation of greenhouse gas reduction in the world. Therefore, in the carbon reduction planning, more low-cost countermeasures should be included, such as reducing the emission factor of electricity and transportation, and energy saving at home. China's warming-down method should also take into account international trends when planning greenhouse gas reduction measures, fully consider "cost-effectiveness", avoiding the need to reduce carbon emissions in the industry, regardless of the cost, so as to hit China's economic development and people's employment, and make social problems even more serious.


In line with government policies, the Association is concerned about the development of domestic mining and metallurgy industry. During the annual meeting, we will hold a "symposium" on issues related to national economic construction, people's livelihood and industrial development, and invite scholars and experts to talk about it. There is a lack of discussion, and its main contents and suggestions have been highly recognized by the government authorities and recognized by the community. The topics, sub-topics and keynote speakers of the seminars have been discussed for the past ten years.

■How does Taiwan continue to operate and manage energy (the Republic of China in 1995), the subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. I. The oil company's palm and management of oil and gas: Pan Wenyan / Chairman of CNPC
  1. 2. Sustainable operation and prospects of the electricity industry under the concept of “sustainable development”: Chen Guiming / Chairman of Taipower Corporation
  1. 3. Research and Development and Prospects of Renewable Energy New Energy by ITRI in the Institute of Industrial and Technological Research: Chen Falin / Director of the Institute of Industrial and Technological Research

■ Discussion and countermeasures on the issue of global warming (96 years of the Republic of China), subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. I. Sustainable Development Strategy for Water Resources in Response to Global Climate Change: Chen Shengxian / Director of Water Resources, Ministry of Economic Affairs
  1. II. Energy Saving and Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the Iron and Steel Industry Outlook: Chen Junda / Leader of New Materials R&D Department of Sinosteel
  1. 3. Carbon dioxide underground storage technology and prospects: Lin Guoan / Director of Taiwan Oil Company Exploration and Research Institute
  1. IV. Strategy and Outlook for Electricity Industry to Reduce Carbon Dioxide: Wang Huisheng / Deputy Director, Power Development Division, Taiwan Power Company

■ Development trends and outlook of the world's clean energy and related materials (97 years of the Republic of China), subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. I. Fuel cell materials and technology: Wei Wencheng / Professor, Department of Materials, Taiwan University
  1. 2. Current status and development of energy storage materials and technologies: Wu Xihuang / Professor, Department of Materials, Datong University

Third, steel materials - energy saving and environmental protection: Wang Xiqin / Director of Steel and Aluminum R&D Department of China Steel Corporation

Fourth, the current situation and development of solar cell materials: Lin Jiangcai / General Manager of Ganbu Solar (share)

■ The impact of the international financial turmoil on China's mineral supply and demand and its countermeasures (in the year of the Republic of China), the subtitles and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. I. The impact of the global financial turmoil on the oil product market and countermeasures: Kong Xiangyun / Deputy General Manager of Taiwan Oil Company
  1. 2. The coal-fired and nuclear fuel hand procurement strategy adopted by the Taiwan Power Company in response to the international financial turmoil: Xu Zhenhu / Director, Fuel Division, Taiwan Power Company

III. The impact of global financial tsunami on the supply and demand of metal raw materials in China and its countermeasures--Also on the analysis of raw material depletion: Zhong Ziqiang / Deputy Chief Executive of Metal Industry Research and Development Center

  1. 4. Trends in supply and demand of industrial raw material minerals in China from 84 to 1997: Chen Yizheng / Special Committee of the Ministry of Mines

■ Development of rare earth metals and green energy industry (National Republic of China, 2009), subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. 1. Green Energy Industry and Rare Earth Metal Elements: Wei Wencheng / Professor of Taiwan University

Second, the supply of rare earth metals: Huang Jiyan / Professor of Successful University

III. Application examples of rare earth metals in Taiwan: Dr. Chen Yufu / Sinosteel

Fourth, the recovery technology of rare earth metals: Li Qinghua / Professor of Dae Ye University

  1. V. Prospects of Taiwan's Rare Earth Metal Industry: Elegant Ling / Senior Industry Analyst

■ Opportunities and Visions for the Development of Marine Resources (National Republic of China), subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. I. Regulations on the development of marine resources and the response of government organizations: Wang Guanxiong / Professor of Taiwan Normal University
  1. II. Opportunities and Challenges for the Development of Haicheng Methane Hydrate: Wang Wei / Leader of the Ministry of Economic Affairs

III. Opportunities and Challenges for Exploring Manganese Nuclei, Cobalt-rich Shell and Metal Sulfide Carbon in China: Li Zhaoxing / Professor, National Ocean University

  1. IV. Deep sea oil and gas exploration new technology and development environment control: Wu Rongzhang / CEO of Taiwan Oil Exploration and Production Division
  1. V. Development and Utilization of Deep Seawater: Lin Zhishan / General Manager of Stone and Resource Industry R&D Center

■ Climate change and energy conservation and carbon reduction (in the year of the Republic of China), the subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. I. Challenges and Responses to Climate Change: Zhang Zijing / Deputy Director of the Environmental Protection Department of the Executive Yuan

Second, the impact of deep geothermal development on China's energy: Wu Zaiyi / Dean of Taiwan Academy

  1. 3. Opportunities and Challenges for Green Energy to Transform Taiwan's Industry: Liu Zhenbang / Deputy Director of the Institute of Industrial and Technological Research

Fourth, China's "clean coal" development model: Dr. Lin Lifu / Nuclear Energy Research Institute

  1. V. Production of non-traditional oil and gas resources: Chen Dalin / Deputy Director of China Oil Exploration and Research Institute
  1. 6. Technology development and application potential of methane ice: Zhong Sanxiong / Chief of the Central Regional Office

VII. Opportunities and Challenges of Offshore Wind Power under the Green Trend: Lin Dahui / Professor of Successful University

■Energy Technology and Environment (Republic of China, 102), subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows

  1. I. Taiwan's Sustainable Energy Strategy: Lin Lifu / Convener of the Energy National Plan for the Spindle Project of Clean Coal
  1. 2. Nuclear Power Generation in Taiwan: Lin Defu / Director, Nuclear Power Generation Division, Taipower Corporation

Third, the sustainable development of energy and environment: Jian Huiyan / Executive Secretary of the Environmental Protection Department

Fourth, the contribution of powder metallurgy products to energy systems and automotive energy-saving engines: Zhu Qiulong / General Manager of Taiwan Baodelai Company

■ Natural disasters and environmental maintenance (Republic of China, 2003), subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. I. Disaster Prevention Work and Land Use: Chen Hongyu / Director of National Disaster Prevention and Rescue Technology Center

Second, the response and adjustment of climate change: Li Hongyuan / Professor of Taiwan University, former Minister of the Interior

Third, the use of risk management to implement highway geological hazard early warning strains: Wu Mengfen / Vice Minister of Communications, former Director of the General Administration of Highways

■Application and Prospect of Titanium Nickel Alloy (in 2004), the subtopics and keynote speakers are as follows:

  1. I. Development of Hitachi Metals in Nickel-Based Alloys for Energy and Chemical Industry: Xiao Lifan / General Manager of Taiwan Hitachi Metals

Second, the application of titanium and nickel alloys in power plants: Pan Yongcun / Researcher of New Materials Research and Development Department of China Steel Corporation

Third, titanium nickel alloy manufacturing and application: Liu Fusheng / Taiwan's heavy factory

  1. 4. Characteristics of industrial titanium and nickel alloys: Chen Guoming / Researcher, China Steel Research and Development Office
  1. V. Application and development of titanium alloy in medical treatment: Chen Weide / Metal Center Leader

Sixth, the application of titanium in construction: Wu Qiongxian / Shengxing Technology Deputy General Manager

VII. Development of titanium plates for construction: Hong Yuting / Sinosteel New Materials Research and Development Division

VIII. Aerospace Industry Supply Chain and Development Prospects: Zeng Yiru / Metal Center PhD

  1. IX. Application and development of aero-engine materials: Cai Zhenhui / Head of Hanxiang Technology
  1. X. The latest development of nickel-based alloys for aerospace engines: Professor Ye Anzhou / Tsinghua University

Important academic seminar

        In order to promote academic activities, the Association regularly organizes or holds seminars, symposiums, lectures or seminars with academic associations and relevant agencies. The participants are extremely enthusiastic, the discussion is warm, and the salty benefits have benefited a lot. The important academic seminars held in the year are listed below for reference:

A total of 22 academic seminars were held in the past 95 years, namely: 1. The 5th Cross-Strait Tunnel and Underground Engineering Technology Seminar; 2.2006 International Symposium on Photocatalyst Environmental Purification Technology; 3. Seminar on Heat Pipe Materials and Process Technology ; 4. The Steel Industry Engineering Technology Seminar (20th); 5. The cutting-edge quality technical exchange seminar; 6. Metal industry talent training - stainless steel metallographic organization technology exchange seminar; 7. Metal industry talent training - Metal surface hardening treatment and heat treatment technology; 8. Gas cylinder, pipe, special steel industry technology exchange seminar; 9. The first Taipei International Thermal Management Materials and Process Technology Seminar; 10. Fastener steel technology exchange Seminar; 11. 2006 Refractory Application and Technology Seminar; 12. Earth and Stone Adoption and Non-Urban Land Use Control Regulations Act Workshop; 13. Metal Industry Talent Training - Metal Surface Treatment and Heat Treatment Technology; 14. Japanese Magnesium Alloy Forging Parts The current situation of development; 15. The 28th Summer College Mining Student Seminar; 16. The Automotive Industry Plated Steel Processing Technology Exchange Seminar; Automotive industry hot cold rolling steel technology exchange seminar; 18. Metal industry talent training - mold technology; 19. Metal industry talent training - steel and applied technology; 20. medium and high carbon steel heat treatment technology exchange seminar; Seminar on steel selection and heat treatment technology development; 22. Non-directional electromagnetic steel sheet technology seminar.

■ A total of 31 academic seminars were held in 1996, namely: 1. Global vehicle industry trends, market and development trend seminars; 2. Steel industry Dioxin removal and CO2 reduction; 3. Spring steel technology exchange seminar; 4. Magnesium-aluminum alloy superplastic forming and A1