16 – 18 November 2021
Bamako, Mali

Spotlight on renewable energy for mining projects at JMP 2021

The 9th Mali Mining and Petroleum Conference and Exhibition (JMP 2021) will take place in Bamako, Mali from 16-18 November 2021. JMP will be organised by the Ministry of Mines, Energy & Water, Mali in association with AME Trade Ltd, with the main theme being “Adding value to Mali’s mining & petroleum sector through local content and job creation”.

JMP this year will feature a special spotlight on renewable energy for mining, a dedicated exhibition will be attributed to companies active in this sector, as well as specially industry related conference sessions in the programme. The Mali Renewable Energy Agency (AER-Mali), and the Direction Nationale de l’Energie, DNE will be joining the organising committee to promote their policies to promote the use of solar energy in mining projects, thereby offering solutions to lower carbon emissions and to solve connection problems with off-grid solutions.

JMP Mali 2021 has confirmed the attendance of Laurent Vidal from IRD Mali, Abdoulaye Pona from Mali’s Chamber of Mining and Petroleum, Oumar Barou Diarra from Société Énergie du Mali SA (EDM SA), Mouhamed Kebe from Geni & Kabe, Erick Maville from Sante en Entreprise, Mamadou Coulibaly from Satis Partners, Engineers Without Borders Canada, Anne Gekobed Sogoba from Federation of Women Mining of Mali, FEMIMA, and many other active players in Mali’s mining & petroleum sectors will be joining JMP 2021.

JMP Mali 2021 will focus on the local content and the Session 1 of the live conference will be dedicated to “Mali’s natural resources to empower local content”:

  • How can mining companies formulate successful community development plans in consultation and in cooperation with local communities.
  • What can be done to incorporate artisanal miners into the professional mining workforce?
  • How can Mali’s education institutes work with mining companies to teach students the necessary skills for employability in the mining sector.
  • What can be implemented to encourage more women to work in the mining sector.
  • Formulating and operating successful community development plans.
  • Human resource development training and education in Mali, does it meet the employment criteria for Mali’s mining companies?
  • Mali’s School of Mines, progress on creating the next generation of Mali mining professionals
  • Women in Mining, empowering women to become part of the mining industry.
  • Technology transfer and transferable skills.

JMP Mali is already an established event in the global mining industry calendar and attracted over 400 delegates, 62 exhibitors from 20 countries during its last edition (2019). The event is Mali’s largest dedicated business to business trade event. The 2021 edition counts with the support of Petroma, B2 Gold Mali, Yara Oil, Firefinch Segala Mining Corporation SA, Vivo Energy Mali, E.T.A.S.I., BIA Mali, Universal Prestatins Services (UPS), Manutention Africaine Mali, Eak, Capital, SGS, and ARS Service.

REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN : https://ametrade.org/event/jmp-2021/