From a strong portfolio of up and downstream conferences Metal Bulletin Events announced first conference dedicated to Mongolian metals and minerals industries.
Abundant in resources, the Mongolian Mining sector has seen rapid growth in the last years. 2013 is set to be a pivotal year as Oyu Tolgoi starts production of one of the world’s biggest copper mines, which will not only have a huge impact on the mining sector but the Mongolian economy as whole. With the sector set to go from strength to strength, production of copper set to go online and vast mineral resources still untapped, Mongolia remains the preeminent frontier mining destination.
Metal Bulletin’s Metals and Minerals Congress offers the perfect chance to learn about the opportunities in Mongolian mining, as well as offering excellent networking opportunities with a broad range of delegates both based in Mongolia and abroad. The congress will be held on 14, May- 15, May, 2013 at Kempinski Hotel, Khan Palace. 14 May 2013 – 15 May 2013. Confirmed key speakers include; Cameron McRae, President & CEO, Oyu Tolgoi LLC, Graeme Hancock, Chief Representative, Anglo American, Senior representative, Oyu Tolgoi, N. Algaa, Executive Director, Mongolian National Mining Association, Dr Tuvshintugs Batdelger, Director, Economic Research Institute, Professor Damba Galsandorj, President, Mongolian Exporters Association.