Investment opportunities and mining developments in Africa and Mongolia will be highlighted during the seventh annual Asia Mining Congress in Singapore from April 4 to 8.
The congress will also feature comprehensive updates on mining companies and projects throughout Asia.
It will be held at Marina Bay Sands and will provide a base for sharing knowledge, thoughts and outcomes in the theory, methodology and applications used in mining.
There will be lectures delivered by eminent personalities of international stature and repute to reinforce the theme of the conference in their various areas of expertise.
Some of the main speakers will be Kobe Steel general manager Coal Business Development Yukio Akazawa, Temasek Holdings managing director investments Nagi Hamiyeh, Coal India director of technical (head of overseas acquisitions) Shri NC Jha, Aditya Birla Group executive president and business head Ravi Kastia, Baosteel vice president Dai Zhihao, Bumi Resources’ director Kenneth Farrell, CITIC Capital senior managing director Wang Fanglu and Aluminium Corporation of China executive director and vice president Liu Xiangmin.
Among the companies presenting will be Sundance Resources, Hunnu Coal, Universal Coal, Continental Coal, Blackthorn Resources, Gemcom, Coal India, Chinalco, G Resources, Robust Resources, Sihayo Gold, Rio Tinto Coal, Essar Steel Holdings, Aditya Birla Group, Erdenes MGL, Erdene Resource Development Corporation, Ivanhoe Mines and Centerra Gold.
The 7th Annual Asia Mining Congress 2011 conference will hold many special topics of concern, which will make it very informative and unique.
For more information and registrations visit www.terrapin.com/2011/asiamining