Mongolia: The New Frontier
Mongolia’s mining industry is currently entering an incredibly exciting time. Aside from Rio Tinto’s mega-mine, Oyu Tolgoi, billions of dollars’ worth of mine and infrastructure investment has been committed by both the Mongolia government and numerous foreign investors.
Mongolia has a wealth of resources, spanning coal, copper, gold, silver, iron ore, molybdenum and tungsten.
This mineral wealth represents an enormous opportunity, but in order for it to be realised several obstacles need to be overcome. Aside from the difficulty of mining in such a tough environment, new projects face environmental challenges, the need to upskill and train local workers, and build the associated infrastructure including power, water and transport.
The Mongolian Mining Summit includes:
- Insights from 14 Mongolian based mining insiders giving real insights into how to improve government relationships, partner with local companies and understand the investment opportunities and challenges
- Project Showcases: Ukhaa Khudag (UHG) Coking Coal Mine, Oyu Tolgoi, Ovoot Coking Coal Project Tsagaan Uvuljuu Project and South Gobi
- Interactive workshop sessions to give you in depth insights into how to assess and advance early tenement exploration in Mongolia and how to attract infrastructure investment in a challenging market
The Mongolian Mining Summit is the ONLY Australian event to help you get involved in some of the world’s biggest undeveloped mineral reserves in Mongolia.
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Topics to be addressed at the Summit include:
Mongolian Mining Summit 2013 will cover a range of topics and issues, including, but not limited to:
- Investment opportunities and partnerships
- Mongolian government role in promoting and encouraging the mining industry
- Strategic alliances between Australian and Mongolian entities
- Mongolia’s role in the global mining economy
- Overcoming environmental management challenges
- Working with the government to further project approvals
- Managing OH&S in mining projects
- Vocational training programmes and addressing the skills shortage