These days were a success, despite the health crisis we are experiencing, the participants came from all countries. We can say that JMP has kept its promises. I would like to congratulate once again the organisers, the organising committee, its president, and all the members of its team, but also AME Trade International and AME Trade Mali.
I would like to congratulate AME TRADE for organising this event, which is no longer a national event but an international one because all companies are here and even international decision-makers. For us, it is also an opportunity to show to the international community what we do, so I really thank AME Trade for the organisation and we are very honoured to be here.
I believe we're a few editions in now and it has become a must-see place. Although Mali is represented, you see the attendance is not only from neighbouring countries but also International. This is an important sector for Mali, which can bring in resources, provide work and have a social impact.
The people who come here are quite important, they really are the key decision makers for these sectors, and they are also open to sharing all their experiences. It was very well organised, we were delighted to come back for JMP, we were here last edition and as usual, it's a pleasure to be here.
This is the 9th edition and we are still with AME Trade, that means something; it means that AME Trade is doing a very good job for Mali. Despite the Covid pandemic this year, we thought it was not going to be like the past years, but AME Trade has done the job right.
Thank you for all your help with the event and for putting on a great show. We enjoyed playing our part & networking with the Government representatives & our peers in the Mali mining industry. We look forward to next year!
LOCAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT: CHALLENGES, PERSPECTIVES & ROLE OF THE STATE
Ministry of Mines, Energy & Water, Mali in association with AME Trade Ltd, United Kingdom was delighted to have had the opportunity to hold the 9th International Mali Mining and Petroleum Conference & Exhibition (JMP 2021) in Bamako, Mali from the 16 – 18th November at the Centre International de Conférences in Bamako (CICB).
JMP Mali 2021 featured discussions and debate in line with the main theme of “Local Content Development: Challenges, Perspectives and Role of the State”. The event bought together over 600 attendees plus 700 visitors and 88 speakers from 20 countries. The exhibition showcased 195 companies such as Mining Service Providers (30,16%), Mining Exploration & Production (16,93%) as well as government entities (18,52%).
Our gratitude also goes to the official delegations from Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal and Niger. At the same we would like to acknowledge the generous contributions of the 30 sponsors who supported the event, as well as the speakers for providing excellent content in the conference sessions.
We would like to give our gratitude to everyone who took part in the event and look forward to welcoming you back for the 10th JMP Mali conference and exhibition. Dates will be confirmed soon!
2021 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.
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.
Participate at the cocktail reception, lunches and gala dinners, network with your peers in a convivial and relaxed atmosphere.
MALI: GLOBAL MINING POWER, CONFIDENTLY ENTERING ITS NEXT STAGE OF GROWTH
11.8 millions t
80 millions t
10 millions t
+500 million t
1.2 billion t
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.