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14 - 16 NOVEMBER 2023 CICB | Bamako, Mali

Diversification of Mali’s mineral resources for a green energy transition

700
VISITORS
600
ATTENDEES
88
SPEAKERS
94
EXHIBITORS

The 10th Mali Mining and Petroleum Conference & Exhibition is organised by the Ministry of Mines, Energy & Water, Mali in association with AME Trade Ltd will take place 14 – 16 November 2023. JMP is already an established event in the global mining & petroleum industry and is the official platform for the government to share and discuss its vision for the future of the national Mining & Petroleum industries with the key stakeholders in the country.

JMP Mali 2023 will host over 600 attendees plus 700 visitors and 88 speakers from 20 countries. In 2021 the exhibition showcased 195 companies such as Mining Service Providers (30,16%), Mining Exploration & Production (16,93%) as well as government entities (18,52%).

JMP KEY FEATURES

TWO DAY TECHNICAL CONFERENCE

Hear the Malian government unveil their priorities, policies and new investment opportunities. Listen to case studies from existing projects.

TRADE
EXPO

Allowing you to promote, your projects, services and equipment to a pre-defined audience of industry experts and targeted buyers.

PROJECT FINANCE ROOM

Presentations of diverse projects from large to small scale, enabling you to evaluate bankable ventures.

SOCIAL
PROGRAM

Participate at the cocktail reception, lunches and gala dinners, network with your peers in a convivial and relaxed atmosphere.

2021 SPONSORS

MALI: GLOBAL MINING POWER, CONFIDENTLY ENTERING ITS NEXT STAGE OF GROWTH

GOLD


More than
877,280 t

PHOSPHATES


11.8 millions t

CALCAIRES


80 millions t

MARBLE


10 millions t

BAUXITES


+500 million t

IRON ORE


1.2 billion t

MANGANESE


4 million t

  • The mining sector contributes 70% of export revenues to Malian economy and represents 10% of GDP.

  • Mali produced 66.5 tonnes of gold in 2020 down from 71.1 tonnes in 2019 making it the third largest producer on the African continent.

  • Natural hydrogen discovery: the world’s largest natural hydrogen deposit has been discovered 60 kilometers from the Malian capital of Bamako.

  • Mali has revised and adopted a new mining code in 2020, to make it more investor friendly as well as incorporating sounder social and environmental considerations. The code will result in the creation of a mining fund for local development and an obligation to working with local suppliers.

14 - 16 NOVEMBER 2023 COME TO MALI!